So I’ll share what I’ve been thinking of all day:
I am leaving Tumblr.
I will miss Tumblr very much, but I am addicted to it (a serious addiction; I’m not being hyperbolic) and that has to change. It is getting in the way of my life.
I don’t like saying good-bye permanently and I do hope to return after a year or two once my life is under control, so I’m not going to delete my blog—unless I can’t make myself stay away.
I’m going to practice unsafe blogging and leave an email address in case anyone *really* wants to reach me: firstname.lastname@example.org
I thank entropically-favorable and thedoctor-andthedetective-ask for their kind words. <3 And I apologize to profesora-x because she just started following me a few hours ago.
I will miss you all so much.
(But I am really awkward so if I hug you it probably looks more like this…)
Odd how that quote is applicable to my life.
Because I have not slowed down in my life; I have stopped.
Normally I’d put a post like this on my personal, mostly-private tumblr, but in all honesty, I do want attention. I like knowing that someone sees things I write. I have issues believing anyone cares about me once I leave the room, but at least a couple of you are likely to click through and read this. If you are one of them, I thank you, genuinely thank you, in advance.
21 DAYS 2 HOURS AND 13 MINUTES UNTIL YOU DIIIIEEE
imagine if one day jesus and his disciples were eating bread and wine and shit and jesus didn’t even use a fork and peter was just like “dude were you born in a barn”
and jesus just
But today is November 30th…
I cringe when I see Sting in left-handed Martin Freeman’s right hand. Then again, he uses guns and throws punches with his right, so maybe it wasn’t a big deal.
I am really disappointed in whatever evolutionary thing made it so there are so few left-handed people.
“[Playing Sherlock is] a gift of a role, it’s a real pleasure…I have no complaints or difficulties with it. It’s the kind of challenge every actor should relish, and I genuinely can say that. It’s really good fun to do. The hours are long, it’s tough, and all the rest of it, but you know, I’m still getting paid to do what I love…It’s a joy, it’s an absolute joy.” (photo)