Puppuuu *~.~*

awww, perfect little feetsies. I need to degrinchify mine’s feet again. 

professor-pigeon:

I googled ‘swimming pigeon’ once and I still haven’t recovered from this picture

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thingwhatwows:

If you know Buglamps from Twitter or World of Warcraft he is in need of help. In case the photo comes out too small to read I will summarize. He was hit by a car in July which resulted in injuries keeping him out of work, his broken elbow has still not healed properly. He reached out on Twitter last night and I have permission to share this, since his account is locked.
If you can spare financial assistance his paypal is campste @ gmail dot com . If you can’t spare the financial assistance then please help me share his story in case there is someone else who can. Thank you.

If you have some extra bucks, this is a Good Dude in a Bad Situation. The universe doesn’t like Buglamp nearly as much as I do. thingwhatwows:

If you know Buglamps from Twitter or World of Warcraft he is in need of help. In case the photo comes out too small to read I will summarize. He was hit by a car in July which resulted in injuries keeping him out of work, his broken elbow has still not healed properly. He reached out on Twitter last night and I have permission to share this, since his account is locked.
If you can spare financial assistance his paypal is campste @ gmail dot com . If you can’t spare the financial assistance then please help me share his story in case there is someone else who can. Thank you.

If you have some extra bucks, this is a Good Dude in a Bad Situation. The universe doesn’t like Buglamp nearly as much as I do.

thingwhatwows:

If you know Buglamps from Twitter or World of Warcraft he is in need of help. In case the photo comes out too small to read I will summarize. He was hit by a car in July which resulted in injuries keeping him out of work, his broken elbow has still not healed properly. He reached out on Twitter last night and I have permission to share this, since his account is locked.

If you can spare financial assistance his paypal is campste @ gmail dot com . If you can’t spare the financial assistance then please help me share his story in case there is someone else who can. Thank you.

If you have some extra bucks, this is a Good Dude in a Bad Situation. The universe doesn’t like Buglamp nearly as much as I do.

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tattrx:

Sara Rosenbaum - Painted Fox
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This iOS so wadi rack. Cr gfhelp finch jestruinng.

Ok I can’t type with the dog shoving at my hand. This is so adorable.

karalianne:

womanlyadhd:

karalianne:

It feels silly now to even bother since it’s 4.20 p.m. and all, but I really should try and do something from my list for today. I’m feeling better emotionally, which is good. I’ve done stuff while crying, and it’s just not a good scene.

So here’s my first set of three things:

I Love to read about your tasks and I love that you follow up about how you are going with them and then setting the next few…it’s really nice because I really really do understand what it’s like to get through the day and try to self-motivate to get things done and achieve them beyond ADHD procrastination, distraction and trying to keep the focus on what we want to focus on, instead of what our brain decides to scatteringly focus on.

I’ve been going through depression on top of ADHD and anxiety, so when I read your posts like these, I honestly admire you and I feel cosy and inspired. I’m sorry if the cosy part sounds creepy but that’s how it makes me feel. I just truly appreciate reading about people describing how they are managing their day. I struggle every day with every little task.

I was so happy with myself because 3 nights ago I started cooking dinner at 3pm and I took my time and enjoyed the process, and by 5pm I was eating dinner. That was amazing because when I cook, dinner is served late as I take too long. I made a very healthy and nutrient-rich version of fried rice (with brown rice, kale, chicken, fresh chilli, garlic, ginger, parsley, basil, coriander, broccoli, baby spinach, mushrooms, celery, onion, spring onion, fish sauce, oyster sauce and low-salt soy sauce) haha so many things!! I made enough for my partner and I to have it for dinner that night, I had it for lunch (twice) the next day and we both had it for dinner the following night. It was so yummy and healthy and I was really happy with myself for making it and having an early dinner that night then not having to worry about food for the next day.

:)

I know what you mean, I like seeing things like this too. That’s part of why I do it. Also because posting publicly like this makes me feel like I need to do the things I said I would, since other people know my plans now. :)

That dinner sounds amazing! Yesterday I made SO MUCH pasta salad and about half as much roasted veggies! I’m going to eat some of the veggies after I water the plants, and I might have some of the pasta salad too. The whole point was to have yummy food that I could just get and eat when I needed something, instead of having to figure out what to eat and then make it. And I needed it to be something I would want to eat when it was ready. Both dishes should fit the bill. :)

I like reading these posts too, even though I don’t really respond to them :) I’m ADHD too and it’s such a struggle but I feel like I’d be boring people to post about things on twitter, even though I’m not bored when other people post theirs.

I have been in a new job at work this week and I don’t have a routine set yet and i keep being busy and forgetting/feeling too guilty to go to lunch. Thankfully I’ve had food so I’m not hungry, but it’s hard working without a break. I have 30 more minutes and I’m going to try to get done the rest of the fittings POs, which is quite a lot, so i need to go! 

neurodiversitysci:

phantompiper:

jonpertwee:

silverblacker:

jmoriartycriminalconsultant:

noxyouravragefangirl:

crowleys-juliet:

derinthemadscientist:

surprisebitch:

tentaclerapper:

methylbenzene:

when i was little and my parents were driving id pretend there was a man/being/thing running alongside the car who had to follow certain rules like “he can only travel by jumping from streetlight to streetlight” or “he can only walk on fences”
i was so surprised to find out that other people did similar things

i wonder what the underlying psychology behind it is
like its a really specific thing to do but almost everyone did it without telling other kids about it because we all thought it was probably weird or unimportant

i really hope that a psychologist sees this and will post the physiological reason why 99.9% of kids do this

My imaginary runner did not look this terrifying.

I didn’t have an imaginary runner, but I did feel a compulsion to blink between passing street posts. I’m almost 22 and still do it.

Mine was usually a cat or fox

Mine was a character from the cartoon I watched at the time(even then I loved fictional characters)

I had a whole team of them. One is a skater, one is a ballad dancer, one is a ninja, one is an athlete. 

I’ve never heard of this???!What the actual fuck? Why haven’t I heard of this? What is wrong with you people??

I did this at school to avoid eye contact. My man was tiny though and he could only run on handrails or cracks in the walls.

Mine was usually a dinosaur or cat, but occasionally a person.
One of my friends imagined Pocahontas.
I’m looking forward to seeing how many people did this as kids.

Mine was the moon. Even in the day time. 

neurodiversitysci:

phantompiper:

jonpertwee:

silverblacker:

jmoriartycriminalconsultant:

noxyouravragefangirl:

crowleys-juliet:

derinthemadscientist:

surprisebitch:

tentaclerapper:

methylbenzene:

when i was little and my parents were driving id pretend there was a man/being/thing running alongside the car who had to follow certain rules like “he can only travel by jumping from streetlight to streetlight” or “he can only walk on fences”

i was so surprised to find out that other people did similar things

i wonder what the underlying psychology behind it is

like its a really specific thing to do but almost everyone did it without telling other kids about it because we all thought it was probably weird or unimportant

i really hope that a psychologist sees this and will post the physiological reason why 99.9% of kids do this

My imaginary runner did not look this terrifying.

I didn’t have an imaginary runner, but I did feel a compulsion to blink between passing street posts. I’m almost 22 and still do it.

Mine was usually a cat or fox

Mine was a character from the cartoon I watched at the time(even then I loved fictional characters)

I had a whole team of them. One is a skater, one is a ballad dancer, one is a ninja, one is an athlete. 

I’ve never heard of this???!
What the actual fuck?
Why haven’t I heard of this? What is wrong with you people??

I did this at school to avoid eye contact. My man was tiny though and he could only run on handrails or cracks in the walls.

Mine was usually a dinosaur or cat, but occasionally a person.

One of my friends imagined Pocahontas.

I’m looking forward to seeing how many people did this as kids.

Mine was the moon. Even in the day time.