I reblog this everytime it’s on my dash. A lot of people think an anxiety attack is always hyperventilating and freaking out. I don’t know how it is for everybody but I can have anxiety attacks where I just feel like I’m not breathing enough even though I am and start getting sweaty, heart races and sudden urge to escape no matter what I’m doing. Most don’t think that’s an “attack” but until you’ve felt it you don’t know how claustrophobic it actually makes you feel.
its so scary
NAUSEA & VOMITING
Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman - then and now
Is it weird that though I neither believe in God nor consider myself a Christian, I love going to church every Sunday? The people are super nice, the sermons are thought-provoking, and the music is beautiful. Plus I always have really interesting conversations with pastor Nancy. Church is one of my favorite parts of the week!
So why, when I say this to a friend, do they look at me funny? Is it really so unheard of for an agnostic/atheist to go to and enjoy church?
The nights with you are beautiful
a swirling, turning kaleidoscope of colors
and sensations, like a dream that
isn’t a dream
We fall asleep while dreaming
and wake sometimes while sleeping
to kiss a shoulder or a forehead
then fall asleep in violet again
Your back is a vast, smooth plain
or else a crystal, sapphire sea
My hand’s sails catch the wind of your breath
and explore, in search of your sighs
A sunrise streams through our window
pink and orange, and seeming the only one
But were it a choice of stroking your hair
or watching it, I would stay in your arms
Some parts of the morning I dream
but others I am profoundly awake
I perceive differently, but in regards to
your sleeping form, I reach the same conclusion
About to watch the Dungeons & Dragons movie.
This should be interesting.
Ohmygoodness. Thank you so much, sweet anon! <3
The most incredible thing I’ve seen in such a long time.