Kindlewood

Military-Medic-Artist
Vet-Armorer-Musician
Professional Model
Exotics Rescue

Cherokee by blood.
Seminole by love.

Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.

Robin Sharma (via explore-everywhere)

(Source: pureblyss, via uponsorrowfuleyes)

http://kindlewood.tumblr.com/post/95999438754/oldscot-kindlewood-im-so-tired-from-looking

oldscot:

oldscot:

kindlewood:

I’m so tired from looking at houses in Seattle. I think if the pay is the same between the Seattle job and the NYC job we’ll move to Seattle. All of the people I’d hate in NY won’t be there.

I’m definitely looking at places along the ridge on the edge by the…

It is a beautiful house: a park in walking distance makes it even better. Is there a beach in walking distance?

Yes. I don’t know I’ll do this house though because of the lack of a yard. I might set up a gate and be able to make it work but I don’t know if they’ll allow pets there yet.

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oldscot:

kindlewood:

I’m so tired from looking at houses in Seattle. I think if the pay is the same between the Seattle job and the NYC job we’ll move to Seattle. All of the people I’d hate in NY won’t be there.

I’m definitely looking at places along the ridge on the edge by the waterfront. I want a view. Make the move aesthetically worthwhile. I’m too much of a princess to not live beautifully. 

I live with a magnificent view of the Estuary and mountains beyond;  it brings peace to watch the sunset make the sky seem to burn, and in Seattle you will look into the evening sky and be touched with the same magnificence as am I.

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This is the view of one of the homes I’m looking at. The last picture is the road the house is on. The brown roof in the middle is the house. The house has full hardwood floors, a huge beautiful kitchen, giant living room/loft with the 2nd pictures view. The only downside to this property is no yard. After all, sort of hard to hard a yard when you’re sitting on the edge of a cliff, and that’s understandable and there’s a within walking distance park, but it’s something I have to consider with my dogs.

I watched the clock today as it hit one week. My heart still hurts. I haven’t been able to eat very well this past week. :( I miss her.

I’m so tired from looking at houses in Seattle. I think if the pay is the same between the Seattle job and the NYC job we’ll move to Seattle. All of the people I’d hate in NY won’t be there.

I’m definitely looking at places along the ridge on the edge by the waterfront. I want a view. Make the move aesthetically worthwhile. I’m too much of a princess to not live beautifully. 

Anonymous said: so many ppl on this site saying you shouldn't be sorry for feeling& then they attack someone for having stuff going on "when other people have it worse". freaking BS. i really hope things go well for you. the aholes can fuck a cactus.

Thank you, anon. It really pisses me off that this site does that so much but… it’s whatever. 

syrupy-fallen-angel:

kindlewood:

soundsofambition:

kindlewood:

Getting a bit discouraged about the whole New York idea because of how horrendous the city is. I don’t do public transportation. You’ll wind up hearing some news article about a tiny model who decimated everybody on a train care because either some hobo decided to give me lip or some asshole decided to touch me. I don’t do the germs and the people and the plebeian concept of public transportation that often requires I keep to a schedule. If I’m modeling, a lot of my jobs are going to wind up being in the middle of the city and that’s just going to be a hassle taking 4+ hours to get to a shoot. 

So the other option with this job offer was Seattle, which from what I hear is not nearly as horrendous a city as NYC. I found a nice 5 bedroom mini mansion on top of one of the… bigger than a hill but not quite a mountains found in Burien tat has this amazing view and is about 10 minutes from down town. 

Come to Seattle, we’re nicer and we have better coffee. And the metro bus is more full of high school and college students who are afraid of everyone so no worries about getting lip or unwarranted physical contact.

You also have cliff diving. ~nods~

the only problem is -less so now- you get the occasional twilight girl tourist, and you’re like “oh hey! it’s great of you to vacation here! come for anything specific?” “EDWARD LIVES IN FORKS”

:| Mmmmnnneeerrrrggghhh.. <_<

soundsofambition:

kindlewood:

Getting a bit discouraged about the whole New York idea because of how horrendous the city is. I don’t do public transportation. You’ll wind up hearing some news article about a tiny model who decimated everybody on a train care because either some hobo decided to give me lip or some asshole decided to touch me. I don’t do the germs and the people and the plebeian concept of public transportation that often requires I keep to a schedule. If I’m modeling, a lot of my jobs are going to wind up being in the middle of the city and that’s just going to be a hassle taking 4+ hours to get to a shoot. 

So the other option with this job offer was Seattle, which from what I hear is not nearly as horrendous a city as NYC. I found a nice 5 bedroom mini mansion on top of one of the… bigger than a hill but not quite a mountains found in Burien tat has this amazing view and is about 10 minutes from down town. 

Come to Seattle, we’re nicer and we have better coffee. And the metro bus is more full of high school and college students who are afraid of everyone so no worries about getting lip or unwarranted physical contact.

You also have cliff diving. ~nods~

Anonymous said: white privivlege is having bigger concerns in life than ferguson

Oh hot jesus, you’re so right.

My suicidal depression, loss of multiple family members on the same day, birthday and sudden realization I have to move across the country is totally all white privilege. I’m so sorry, I’m so privileged. I didn’t realize. How horrible of me to not be thinking about something like Ferguson when this other stuff just pales in comparison. 

Go fuck yourself. Get out of my askbox you twats. 

Anonymous said: What the hell, even you're forgetting all about Ferguson! Knew you were too white to actually givw a shit for more than a week.

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Kid… I have been dealing with shit that directly affects me for over a week now. Ferguson means nothing to me at the moment because in addition to plenty of black people telling me I don’t have a place to even comment, I have a life. My life is not going to revolve around a situation for longer than it’s worth when it’s a situation that doesn’t affect me. Especially when I have situations going on that do affect me that need my attention more than a black teen who nobody can prove was exactly innocent or not. I’m no longer in the mood to deal with it. All efforts at this time have become pointless and worthless. And my life is doing some serious shit right now of which you’ve not the means to understand because of your plebeian state of mine. I have bigger concerns, right now. Concerns that actually affect me. That actually require my immediate time and thought. Concerns you will likely never have to think about.