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God gives enough strength for each day. Just like the manna in the wilderness, He supplies each day one at a time. Keep going back to Him for sustenance. Don’t feel like you have what it takes to get through next week? You probably don’t. But God will provide.
An eighth doctor pallete thing that Maya requested FOREVER ago. So sorry. I kept looking at eight’s face and trying to reconcile it with the face I was drawing, because wow what an interesting, hard to draw face. I was going to do something TARDIS-y in the bg, but I still have Cap to draw so maybe later?
here you go, the first part of last night’s transfusions shooting /)OvO/) it was really nice, hot, but nice, poor cage probably melted in her pullover and jacket, but no cosplay without some kind of pain I guess òAó!
for those who don’t know this amazing webcomic go and read it! It’s adorable and there’s even a fat cat
photos from yesterday evening/night! Doku is so fast! <3 Thank you dear, I like them very very much! <3
Look at that gorgeous shot on the bottom right, daaaaamn.
“My younger sister died when I was seven. I remember my mom asking if I’d seen her, and we searched the whole house, and discovered her beneath some hurricane shutters. We think that she climbed up on them to play, and they fell down on her. My strongest memory from that day is these two young girls, holding open our front door when the paramedics arrived. I can see them clearly in my memory, but I don’t know who they are. I may have just invented them, but I like to think that they were angels.”
Have you seen the awesome diverse cover for hannahmosk's next book, NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED? Brown girl front and center. Here's the blurb:
Etta is tired of dealing with all of the labels and categories that seem so important to everyone else in her small Nebraska hometown.
Everywhere she turns, someone feels she’s too fringe for the fringe. Not gay enough for the Dykes, her ex-clique, thanks to a recent relationship with a boy; not tiny and white enough for ballet, her first passion; and not sick enough to look anorexic (partially thanks to recovery). Etta doesn’t fit anywhere— until she meets Bianca, the straight, white, Christian, and seriously sick girl in Etta’s therapy group. Both girls are auditioning for Brentwood, a prestigious New York theater academy that is so not Nebraska. Bianca seems like Etta’s salvation, but how can Etta be saved by a girl who needs saving herself?
The latest powerful, original novel from Hannah Moskowitz is the story about living in and outside communities and stereotypes, and defining your own identity.