Brain of Dani

I post things that I like and some may describe feelings that are on my mind. The images don't belong to me unless I say so.

If you’re an introvert, you also know that the bias against quiet can cause deep psychic pain. As a child you might have overheard your parents apologize for your shyness. Or at school you might have been prodded to come “out of your shell” -that noxious expression which fails to appreciate that some animals naturally carry shelter everywhere they go, and some humans are just the same.

winds-and-waters:

igotbugs:

i was watching this video and suddenly ede looked at the camera and now i’m dead goodbye everybody

that video is so great because a+ song and its so cute when stone messes up and eddie looks at him like this oh my god:

winds-and-waters:

igotbugs:

i was watching this video and suddenly ede looked at the camera and now i’m dead goodbye everybody

that video is so great because a+ song and its so cute when stone messes up and eddie looks at him like this oh my god:

allaboutami:

Aren’t these Super Bunnies AMAZING?  If they look vaguely familiar, it’s because they were made using my “Spring Bunnies" pattern!  Cathrine Johansson originally from Norway and currently living in London, England adapted my pattern to make these heroes including Super Bunny, Spider Bunny, Bat Bunny and Robin Bunny!  When I first saw her work on Instagram (@kittycatknit), I squealed with delight and told her that I HAD to feature them on my blog since they were so amazing!

Cathrine has been crocheting for 6-7 years, but she only started making amigurumi earlier this year.  She found out about my blog through my feature in the magazine “Simply Crochet" and has already made my Dragon and Teddy Ornaments.  Cathrine loves superhero films, and she was watching “The Amazing Spiderman” when she was working on a Spring Bunny.  This gave her the inspiration to try and make some little Super Bunnies!  I love how creative Cathrine was with the colour changes and felt shapes, and it really shows how you can adapt a pattern to make it your own!  Cathrine says that she plans on making the Avengers sometime in the future too!  

Please follow Cathrine on Instagram @kittycatknit to see more of her work, and don’t forget to tag me (@AllAboutAmi) and use the hashtag #AllAboutAmi to show me your crocheted creations using my patterns!  I love seeing them and featuring them on my blog :)  See the free Spring Bunnies pattern that these Super Bunnies were based on HERE!

(Source: allaboutami)

wilwheaton:

NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) is an organization that I am proud to support. NAMI helps people with mental illness get the treatment they need so they can get their lives back. 
One of their major campaigns is to remind people YOU ARE NOT ALONE in the fight against mental illnesses like Depression. The link above goes to a webpage full of stories (likely trigger warnings, gang) from people who have battled Depression and are currently winning the fight.
Please know this: if you have Depression, you do not have to suffer. There is help available, including talking therapy and safe, effective medications to help balance the chemicals in your brain so you can feel normal again. To borrow a phrase from my friend Jenny Lawson: Since I got treatment for my particular flavour of mental illness, I may have Depression, but Depression doesn’t have me.
Here’s my blog on my personal battle with Depression, if you’d like to get a firsthand account of my experience with mental illness.
Please, if you’re suffering, know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE and you don’t have to suffer. You can get help. Please do.

wilwheaton:

NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) is an organization that I am proud to support. NAMI helps people with mental illness get the treatment they need so they can get their lives back. 

One of their major campaigns is to remind people YOU ARE NOT ALONE in the fight against mental illnesses like Depression. The link above goes to a webpage full of stories (likely trigger warnings, gang) from people who have battled Depression and are currently winning the fight.

Please know this: if you have Depression, you do not have to sufferThere is help available, including talking therapy and safe, effective medications to help balance the chemicals in your brain so you can feel normal again. To borrow a phrase from my friend Jenny Lawson: Since I got treatment for my particular flavour of mental illness, I may have Depression, but Depression doesn’t have me.

Here’s my blog on my personal battle with Depression, if you’d like to get a firsthand account of my experience with mental illness.

Please, if you’re suffering, know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE and you don’t have to suffer. You can get help. Please do.

 
#EddieVedder @ “Pepsi Music 2013” in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

#EddieVedder @ “Pepsi Music 2013” in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

(via lifewasted)