Mind like a Diamond: Welcome to Wonderland

"I like the idea of a world where people say ‘normal’ like it's an insult." -Misha Collins

♥ ☠ Name: Jane (ᏤᏂᎺᎵ)

My favorite color is black & I live at the beach with two Chihuahuas

& a Noonish Poof♥

Location: Southern USA: Alabama/Tennessee

and Mexico(Gto) for a while

ᎠᏂᏴᏫᏯ/ᏣᎳᎩ (native) -Mix✡ "split feather": Layers not fractions

♥ Misfit, work of art, Overthinker, creator-philosopher, artist, lover, fighter, activist at heart, free spirit

Taurus

"Spoonie" (click for more info on invisible disabilities & the spoon theory)

gf, Vegan (for health & many reasons): "My eyes are green 'cause I eat a lot of vegetables", Non-conformist thiest, feminist, anarchist. Amb/flex-semi-demi Bamfylf.

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♥ Fandoms: SPN also a Misha Minion♥ & Cas fan, Abaddon fan, OTP: Destiel, GOT (I love Brinne, Daenerys, & Ygritte RIP) :'( also like Tyrion, Margaery, & Oberyn (again, RIP), Game Grumps (Suzy, Arin, Danny), WTNV, Skins (Cassie, Chris), AHS, Dexter (Debster *tears*), Weeds (Nandy *cries*),

♥ Hobbies: Being online?, making things when able, drawing/painting, working with my hands, research, writing, graphics & illustration, dancing (Hoop, Belly, other), baking/cooking, linguistics, art/art history, Indigenous interests, sociology, anatomy, music (listening or playing: piano), nutrition, veganism, ebay, criminal psychology, I love most forms of creation, art, & artistic expression.

♥Interests/I love: Animals, Misha Collins, wolves, Brigitte Bardot, the Cheshire Cat/Aiwl, Jimi Hendrix, Frida Kahlo, Led Zeppelin, classic rock, muscle cars, Zelda, Everclear (the band), Willam, weird vegan food, desserts, Japan, Mexico, Supernatural, nature, lolita, WTNV, boots, singer-pianist-songwriters & other creative/artistic people, "odd" or macabre, cute, or bright colorful things, real beauty.(I do NOT care if what I support is not popular if it is what's true). I follow my heart, not your opinions or standards.Be the change you wish to see in the world. Think of the beauty that still remains.Blah, blah, blah...

In summary, I love everything and hate everything....& now the weather:

We aRe aLL mAd heRE!...Smiley face

Meow ♥ (me)

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"Spc. Stacy R. Mull, a 20-year-old Okemah, Okla., native, and Creek Indian, kneads ingredients to make a Native American-style fried bread during a pow wow at Camp Taqaddum, Iraq, Sept. 18, 2004. The U.S. Army’s 120th Engineer Combat Battalion, a Okmulgee, Okla.,-based reserve unit currently deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, held the event to promote cultural understanding of Native American heritage with other servicemembers here, and to bring a piece of home to many of the Native Americans serving in Iraq. Nearly 20 percent of the 120th’s soldiers are of Native American descent. Highlights of the festivities included storytelling, dancing, music, a class on pow wow etiquette, and the chance to sample traditional food. Historically, a pow wow was a ceremony performed before hunts and battles. Today, pow wows are held to celebrate special occasions, such as the birth of a child, and to share songs and customs. Photo by: Sgt. Enrique S. Diaz"

"Spc. Stacy R. Mull, a 20-year-old Okemah, Okla., native, and Creek Indian, kneads ingredients to make a Native American-style fried bread during a pow wow at Camp Taqaddum, Iraq, Sept. 18, 2004. The U.S. Army’s 120th Engineer Combat Battalion, a Okmulgee, Okla.,-based reserve unit currently deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, held the event to promote cultural understanding of Native American heritage with other servicemembers here, and to bring a piece of home to many of the Native Americans serving in Iraq. Nearly 20 percent of the 120th’s soldiers are of Native American descent. Highlights of the festivities included storytelling, dancing, music, a class on pow wow etiquette, and the chance to sample traditional food. Historically, a pow wow was a ceremony performed before hunts and battles. Today, pow wows are held to celebrate special occasions, such as the birth of a child, and to share songs and customs. Photo by: Sgt. Enrique S. Diaz"

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