Jaime, TX

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Music & book junkie, MCTD, Fibro, addicted to coffee, loves the outdoors, Aggie Fan, design and typography, loves cardigans more than Mr. Rogers, motorcycles, rustic and antique things, tattoos, and of course dogs and puppies.

Kik Messenger and Instagram username is eclecticchaos

Blog formerly GetExtreme. I changed it to my personal blog due to changes in my life and inevitably in my lifestyle.

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This is like the cutest thing ever. It’s from the gif-set I reblogged.

Taking its first steps, and after successfully doing so, the chick goes “Yay!”


It’s so freaking cute.

Damn I just cut the hell out of the tip of my index finger. There is small chunk missing in the worst possible place for bandaging and I don’t think it’s stitchable though it’s bleeding bad enough. Got out the duct tape and gauze pads for a custom fit bandage but damn it’s throbbing but I have to stop the bleeding and it needs the pressure currently. Agh this blows I was kicking ass making duct tape pens and now I am stuck holding my stupid finger in the air to stop the bleeding. I hate being so accident prone and it actually really hurts! Lovely being how it was in my bed and have to wash my sheets too now. All the curse words may be inserted here.


There is no quota for having disabilities, mental illnesses, and/or chronic illnesses.

You can, in fact, have more than five concurrent issues going on, especially of varying severity.


I don’t understand abled people’s quota thing? Why is this a thing?

I wish it were a thing.

"Op, you’ve hit your limit! No more illnesses for you forever!"

Chronic Illness Problems #159:


When you’re too nauseous to take all your medications.

Only American audiences ask me, “What should I do?” I’m never asked this in third world. When you go to Turkey or Colombia or Brazil, they don’t ask you, “What should I do?” They tell you what they’re doing… These are poor, oppressed people, living under horrendous condition, and they would never dream of asking you what they should do. It’s only in high privileged cultures like ours that people ask this question… We can do anything. But people here are trained to believe that there are easy answers, and it doesn’t work that way. If you want to do something, you have to be dedicated and committed to it day after day. Educational programs, organizing, activism. That’s the way things change. You want a magic key, so you can go back to watching television tomorrow? It doesn’t exist.

- Noam Chomsky | Imperial Ambitions (via goleyaas)