I know I said I would take a break, but I actually forgot to post this for my very best friend @blooming_elaine / @screeeech_owl on her birthday or even on the day of the party. I was gonna include a drawing of us as magical girls with me as... a bunny, along with a note but I was too late and I was like nah Ima just post bout it. I love you very much elaine. You are such a sweet lil gremlin bean and I just really, really enjoy playing games with you. Especially our visits to papi rake (insert ronny) I hope we continue to be the best of friends and plan future video game projects :D I look foward to now playing paladins with you 😃 I have so much more to say but I can hardly put it in words. I wish you best in school and I hope you can come over my school after you graduate (expect me to be there)😁 Thank you for everything. For all the laughs. For all the memories. For all the calls. For all the love 💖 From ya girl Delf The Saucy Sausage (Also I based the outfit from your liking in stars. So thats why there is a bunch of stars)
My hand drawn monarch butterflies superimposed on a photo of foggy trees I captured.
Butterflies always remind me of rebirth, growth, change and expansion. An insect with beautiful wings that makes a cute fluttering flight. How fascinating is their beauty and its transformative nature as well. Most often I think that we are all like caterpillars going to be butterflies. Constantly we go within our cocoons and build ourselves over and over again, flourish like a butterfly and then at times we feel like we are back to being a caterpillar again, break out of it, and live over and over again.
We, people, change most often than we ever know. We go through stages in our life and become who we are meant to be if we take the quest. I believe that the most important thing that we can ever aim for in life is personal growth or that complete metamorphosis that only us can ever define in the world we choose, a universe where we will grow with, to become limitless, to create an impact, to make a change.
How we become butterflies lies within us.
No one else, but ourselves.