So first of all: this is a test post. It’s a regular post, but also a test post, because I’m sending it from my cellphone. I’m in Boston with my boyfriend for mental health reasons, and I have my phone, but my computer is a desktop not a laptop, soooo… hopefully this comes out okay.
I wanted to include a bunch of photos from halloweens past, since this year I
1) cannot upload dslr pics taken today (I do have my dslr with me…)
2) am not dressing up as a witch like I was planning due to severe depression and a lack of reason to even wear the costume I had almost entirely prepared already.
So here are some photos from past Halloweens, below. I hope the quality is okay – I saved them from flickr onto my phone and at what resolution I do not know. Also, I was Scully to go with my boyfriend’s Mulder last year, but there are no good pics of it save one Instagram one I’m not including of the both of us.
Okay, so, photos.
Some of those are rarities, obscure never before made public Zélie photos!
Here is a bad pic (it was a gif) from earlier this month of my friend Alex cutting into a pumpkin shaped Halloween cake, too:
I’m very depressed but very safe and not going to hurt myself, I had coffee this morning. I might be okay.
Hopefully my cancerian nostalgia isn’t too much. If it is, well this is my blog so bye.
I really am fond of my readers as a whole though. I never express that. I know a lot of you are mentally ill from the places that have published my posts and linked to me and the content I post, and the emails I get. I really care about you all surviving and being healthy mentally. Ok. Saccharine rant over – it is Scorpio season after all.
Also: don’t repost individual content from this post, edit pics from it, claim any of my writing or photography as your own, etc. you can link to this post or email me at email@example.com RE: using individual photos or quoting sections of this post with or without also linking to it. I’ll probably say no if you aren’t linking/crediting me. Even if the mobile device method butchers the quality of these photos.
This applies to all my work. I just figured I should say it somewhere more public than Facebook, tbh