I dislike change. I like being comfortable. I like knowing what is coming next. Uncertainty unsettles me. I do not want to make mistakes.
But of course, mistakes happen, and I learn. And I need to push myself more.
So I went ahead with my new username, which I have been sitting on for a few weeks. It is strange to feel how empty this account is, how a corner of the internet can collect so much dust.
So, here I go. Moving forward.
Maybe I have not encountered it enough, but whenever someone says something mean directly to (or about, in this instance) me on the internet, I feel personally slighted. In this case, I also feel foolish for having posted an opinion on art which is apparently not shared by anyone else (and additionally I feel silly about it in general, having reevaluated the piece). Anyway, sad sad mope aside, I am mostly taken aback by how rude this person came across in their comment, which was not to me, but in response to the artist's reply to me. I thought about replying to them, but really did not want to get into an unnecessary comment war, and thus pr
In an effort to pave a way for a possible return to this place, I am going through various aspects of my presence here and cleaning house. Since I have way too many deviations in my inbox to possibly pay heed, I will be performing a watchlist-purge in the hopes of being able to use the deviantwatch as it was intended. Also, since I have the Random Favorites tab in a prominent place on my page, I keep seeing things I must have liked when I was younger and active here, but which no longer apply to me (in some instances). So I have been going through my favorites, starting at the beginning. A lot of the old ones are in storage (mostly jennadelle