I decided to frame these posters before selling so they are actually still packed safely away in my studio boxes awaiting rediscovery. (I didn't want to unpack any of the shop or much of the craft items until everything else is set up in the new place). Things went a little nuts after this original post last Spring, when some social media posts with flashes repeatedly showed in my feeds at random intervals for three days in a row (an unfortunate accident of the feeds repeating the triggering pulsating post) caused me to go into Status Epilepticus (basically there are no breaks between repeates seizure activity, each often triggering the next). It was so bad that I could not look at any screens (and often any light) for very long if at all for about two months after that happened. To top it off, my access to medicine that worked and was affordable dwindled during that time (though obviously still much better than the old days of no safe, legal medicinal access). At least that changed.
@Regranned from @rtoab - Ranma 1/2 fans take note! I'll be placing my beloved Ranma poster scrolls up on Etsy this week, along with much more fun vintage geekery, decor, and more. Plus, handmade items and downloadables as well. These posters in particular are things I've had since the early 1990s and I cannot wait to see them wind up in a new home. We may even have an option available if you want it framed before shipping (or local pickup) so just let me know if that's something you may be interested in doing! Great gift for yourself or the anime/manga fan in your life.
#TheBazaarTraveler#ForLoveAndFandom#TravelingTech#inbisbee#partakeingeekery#partakeinstyle#ranma#rumikotakahashi#ranmanibunnoichi#ukyou#RanmaSaotome#akane#shampoo#ryouga#pchan#poster#scroll#collectible#forsale#EpilepsyWarrior#ptsdawareness#treatyoself#PayItForward#nostalgia#vintage#1990s#1980s#anime#manga#zensale (March 28)
Today is day 403 of the 22 push-up challenge that Frank Tincher challenged me too. You do 22 push ups a day to raise awareness for the combat veterans. There are 22 vets on average each day that take their lives due to their PTSD. So if you know a vet or encounter a vet that needs help can you please get them the help they need. #22kill#22pushupchallenge#ptsdawareness#letscheckonafriend @claircrawford @ralf_da_mouth @stefanhespeler @cjcook.esq @moerdrgz11 @motorcyclemissions @myptsdofficial @tim2tym @johnelze @aggies1985 @l.s.harvey
A shot from my 200 miler for #ptsdawareness during the night shift. Quitting was never an option so when i felt weak i negotiated with my body to find more strength. Being insensitive to another's pain because it bears no physical mark tears us apart. #empathy#unity
365!! 🤷🏼♂️Just gonna turn my IG into an @alexis_faye_ fan page at this point because this woman just continues to amaze me. While I’m doing the not so IG worthy building phase, she’s crushing PR after PR and not slowing down. Couldn’t be more proud. The future is bright baby😘
Today is day 424 ( 21th October 2017 ) of my #22PushUpChallenge raising awareness for Veterans suicide. It's more than just push-ups, it's a mission to bring attention to those in need of help. On average 22 combat veterans ( US and UK ) take their own lives each day. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, reach out and ask for help. It could save a life!
The number for the US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text HELLO to 741-741. In the UK the 24 HOUR HELPLINE can be reached at 0800 138 1619 #itsoktotalk
Visit http://mission22.com in the US or http://www.combatstress.org.uk in the UK for more information.
Please give these guys some support @ffoxetrot @beornwulf @davehjol @hlk.22 @stefanhespeler @mylois @fauxyasian @garysoldschoolbodybuilding @jameshigginbotham1850
Day 423 of 22 for #22kill , in support of our nation's #veterans and #firstresponders . It's unacceptable that #22vets take their lives each day from conditions such as #ptsd , and I'm continuing this challenge to help raise #awareness so that our servicemembers and veterans can get the help they need. Their defense of our freedoms deserve our support to help them lead fulfilling lives as civilians.
Take time to let those people in your life who've served know that they are loved and appreciated. It could make all the difference in their day, and help them to win their battle. We can work together to let our veterans know that suicide is not the answer. #letscheckonafriend
If you, or a loved one, may need help, the Veterans Crisis Line number is 800-273-8255 [Option 1], or you can text to 838255. Their website also allows confidential online chat: www.veteranscrisisline.org
The two sites below are organizations that help educate and empower our servicemembers, as they transition from the field to their family.
If you are seeing this post, know that you are an awesome and amazing person. And yes, you matter to me.