There's a thin line between genius and lunacy
It was a year ago today that I posted a small doodle of a tiny dinosaur that thought he was a turtle, I never dreamed he would become as popular as he is now, or that so many nice people would honor me with their follows! I hope this is only the first of many years for Sheldon! I can’t ever thank everyone enough for being so supportive of my drawing , and as ever I’m especially thankful to my sister who sparked the idea and has been supportive ever since.
I plan to have something special by the end of the week in honor of all this so stay tuned! Also Sheldon valentine’s cards are still available at Redbubble so check it out!
Thanks again to everyone! ;u;
i wonder if anyone would care, if she would care if i did it, if after two tries i would actually succeed…
No! stop it! get out of my head!
Come on, she didnt talk to you all day, do you think she honestly cares?
NO! LIAR! LIARLIARLIARLIAR STOP IT
Youre just pathetic, you know that? nobody would care if you lived or died. you should just do the world a service and take care of yourself once and for all. shed be happier, everyone would be happier, just go and do it, you worthless piece of shit.
you lie…you lie, please stop…she loves me…
You? a pathetic, worthless excuse for a human being? shes got plenty of other options, hell, she may be exploring them right under your nose
There might not be mail today in the USA, but that didn’t stop The Postal Service from announcing their return (via The Postal Service is officially returning)
Stop! Please! You’re hurting me. You must have misheard me, I said i have a melody not a malady.
Our lives are not our own. From womb to tomb, we are bound to others. Past and present. And by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future.
I understand now that boundaries between noise & sound are conventions. All boundaries are conventions, waiting to be transcended. One may transcend any convention, if only one can first conceive of doing so.
Robert Frobisher to Rufus Sixsmith - Cloud Atlas (via an-echo)