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About Calica

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    still being written.
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    you, me, them, it.
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    "...point is, we don't have the answers, we just have to live with the questions and find our way." ~Castle

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  1. soundtrack I don't know how to insert the url into the image link anymore. Or how to preview quotes (to pick up useful tricks, of course).
  2. *waves and smiles*
    *waves more and smiles more*

    1. Calica


      :wideeyed: *waves*

      *lovingly scatters onion leaves*

      *waves at some more*

  3. Agreed with figuring out your triggers and trying to prevent it from escalating. For me a big one is tense muscles, could be from the feet up, but especially shoulders and neck. As long as the tension is not resolved the migraine perists or comes back after a day when the pill effect runs out. Also hormone fluctuations, persistent eye strain and weather changes. I remember you mentioning a hormone imbalance some time ago. Might be worth checking out. When it comes to prevention- I strongly dislike fluorescent lights, strong smells and too many disjointed sounds. Try to pinpoint what might be causing discomfort to your senses. This is useful in preventing a full blown attack. Other than that, the morning migraine makes me think perhaps you didn't unwind enough before sleep (stretching, calming down, airing out your bedroom, drinking enough water).
  4. I think I had a conversation with someone very good at manipulation. In hindsight it all seemed choreographed and adjusted to my responses/reactions. I gave too much personal info. Feeling a bit freaked out and paranoid, tbh.
  5. kwangho shin?

    1. Calica


      Indeed :) Though that isn't me admiring his work. Are you a fan as well?

    2. spect


      lol had to look because i wasnt sure, think a few others have a similar style but yes i really like his work for some time

  6. Gonna go with staying as they are/miserable is the safer, easier option. Trying means opening up to the possibility of either succeeding or failing and both can be scary. Especially admitting to and going after something they want can trigger feelings of inadequacy i.e. "not deserving it" or fearing the possibility of hoping high and falling down even lower, which is basically just the fear of failing/succeeding all over again.
  7. Zootopia Cute and occasionally funny, while keeping the stereotypical revenge spiel. The sloth scene was pretty funny though.
  8. I will not be surprised if you say you're expecting any day now. There were enough pregnancies the last few years for it not to be a cause of stupefied existential introspection. *shrugs* Live long and prosper. Edit: but I do still enjoy the guilty pleasure of thinking "I knew it " on ocassion.
  9. Assuming LOTR and GOT are not of interest: Brandon Sanderson ~ Mistborn series (interesting concept, fleshed-out characters, fun fantasy) Rachel Aaron ~ The legend of Eli Monpress (interesting characters continuously messing about) Jim Butcher ~ Codex Alera (supposedly conceived as a dare with the starting point of Pokemon and Roman warfare. It is less hilarious than it sounds and worth the read) Steven Erikson ~ The Malazan Book of the fallen (10 books.. truly epic, heavy stuff) Hopefully you find something in there.
  10. I like it best when it (for the most part) subtly accentuates the color of the iris and draws attention to it (to better ensnare your senses :D). Seeing as how eyes are such and expressive part of the face and I'm drawn to paying extra attention to them anyway I can appreciate the different effects makeup plays on my perception. Depends on the person and situation as well, of course. Sometimes it just seems like something fun to get creative with. I usually prefer just mascara and sometimes eyeliner/pencil (black, mossy green or violet), rarely eye-shadow for evening looks. While I find the colour combinations interesting I don't have skill at using eye-shadow and find removal of heavy makeup annoying. Some styles I think look awesome:
  11. Cristoph Andre ~ Feelings and moods Not theory heavy, but I found the writing style easy to read and understandable. It reads almost diary-like, but with separate chapters on different feelings/moods. Not sure how useful it would be for a presentation, but for personal understanding it might fit.
  12. Surprisingly, potentially interesting guest lectures take precedence over going to the sea side. Well, at least enough to postpone it for a few days. I'm quite looking forward to listening to topics I couldn't say much about at this point.
  13. Thank you...I thought it could be a fun thread.