Thank you in advance!
Thank you in advance!
Title: the scars that words have carved
Story: In the Heart
Colors: Warm light 2 (These are the scars that words have carved on me), rain cloud 25 (Past the expiration date), Blackstar 10 (I'm afraid of Americans I'm afraid of the world I'm afraid I can't help it → I'm Afraid of Americans (Earthling))
Supplies and Materials: Tapestry (warm light/seed beads), seed beads, modeling clay (fight)
Word Count: 125
Summary: It's not easy.
Warnings: Mention of homophobia.
Notes: Oh my god, did I actually finish something?
( the scars that words have carved )
Ed, on the right, and Nayda. That’s a rock on the shelf below them, in case you were wondering. It was supposed to help dull their nails, but it never really worked.
I’m going to rewrite the first issue / story of the White Knight tonight, since I got comments back from the sensitivity reader. Then I just need to set up a specific site for it (besides the tumblr), finish the new logo, and start posting! While working 40 hours a week!
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Here’s Nayda, in my lap. I can’t tell what zie’s eating, probably one of their kibbles. In the apartment, which is where I think this was taken, I could move their cage close enough that they could come and go from the cage to my bed.