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"Guns and drums and drums and guns, haroo, haroo. Guns and drums and drums and guns haroo, haroo. Guns and drums and drums and guns, the enemy never slew ya, ooohh, Johnny I hardly knew ya!"
Seems The Primal is still hanging around a bit, It just goes dormant for spells of time. And other times I simply fight It off. I guess I shouldn't be surprised, as Primal is fueled by my anger and frustration and I have that in spades still, constantly. What does that even mean, by the way, having something "in spades?" Got a job that starts Tuesday and am super stressed about that, because new thing for an autistic person, a.k.a. "reasons". I'd say more but am tired and contemplating going to bed or continuing to watch old episodes of Spin City. I'm not kind to myself sometimes.

Oh, and Shannon apparently finds The Primal appealing on occasion. I'd say more but don't want to give anyone "T.M.I." moments. So.................................................................................................. Oh look, Godzilla. RUN!!!

S.D.
  • Mood: Questionable
  • Reading: Paradise Lost and comic books
  • Watching: low budge scifi movies and Spin City
I was able to go out in a dress, even did a splash of makeup. It was after my interview; I was bored and needed something to do. So I went to Parkland and changed into my Harley Quinn dress with black tights and boots, put on blue mascara and a subtle, purple lipstick shade. Then I ran water through my hair and rearranged it into a slightly rockabilly style (I love hairwax. That's seriously all you have to do to go from one style to another.) and off I went. I didn't quite look like a girl, but I looked femme for sure and some days, that's good enough. Then I played "movie roulette", essentially I went to the theater, looked at the list of movies they had playing and picked a film whose title appealed to me the most. I saw Ex Machina, a movie I had never seen a trailer for and knew nothing about. I thought I'd heard that it was sci fi and that proved to be correct. It was a matinee, so it cost me less than six dollars to see the movie. I wouldn't watch it again because of how it ended, but it was still a good movie. Had one of the sexiest robot designs I've ever seen. And that was before they put skin on her body, which didn't happen until the end. She was metal and mesh, with human-like skin adorning only her face and hands. It didn't end the way I would have ended it, but oh well.

A writer friend of mine once remarked that the new phone app for finding movie reviews has made going to the movies so much better. I do not have this app because I do not have, nor do I want, a smart phone. He suggested that if I'd had this app it could have saved me the trouble of seeing Legend of Hercules at random last year by informing me that it was a terrible movie. I told him that I'd actually enjoyed watching that movie. Anyone who knows me will tell you that some of my favorite movies are generally considered by most people to be bad movies. I share Stephen King's taste for what he calls "z-movies". And Roger Corman is one of my favorite directors of all times. I have often hated movies that got the "two thumbs up" treatment from Roger Ebert. I later learned that Fury Road, which I chose Ex Machina against, was actually the remake of Mad Max. I'm a little regretful that I didn't see that one but, what're ya gonna do? It happens.

S.D.
  • Mood: Questionable
  • Reading: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • Watching: low budge scifi movies and Spin City
Have an interview with Family Christian Bookstore on Thursday afternoon. Having vodka with dinner. Not to celebrate, I just wanted some vodka tonight.
Jurassic World does not start this week because it isn't June yet. This update will have to be brief as I've got to run to the Clinton Library before they close tonight and I've still got jeans to fold. Anyway, my dad's dad isn't doing so well. They found fluid in his lungs today and his blood wasn't good, so he wasn't able to take this week's cancer treatment. Seems a very odd time for God to start teaching me a new lesson about having compassion for rich preachers and false prophets, but I'm used to God having weird timing by now. To be clear, in case I need to be, "having compassion for" is not the same as "condoning." It simply means I'm learning to see them as human beings who are lost. Learning to love with God's heart brings with it many strange lessons I'd never expected to learn. And of course, this comes on the heels of a pretty damn stressful week. I need vodka, but I also have to drive 36 miles to and from Clinton, (18 there + 18 back) so vodka will have to wait. That is all for now. I feel like shit, thought oddly at peace with the new lesson I learned today, and I'm still dying to wear a dress outside the house again.

S.D.
  • Mood: Questionable
  • Reading: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • Watching: low budge scifi movies and Spin City
Seems The Primal is still hanging around a bit, It just goes dormant for spells of time. And other times I simply fight It off. I guess I shouldn't be surprised, as Primal is fueled by my anger and frustration and I have that in spades still, constantly. What does that even mean, by the way, having something "in spades?" Got a job that starts Tuesday and am super stressed about that, because new thing for an autistic person, a.k.a. "reasons". I'd say more but am tired and contemplating going to bed or continuing to watch old episodes of Spin City. I'm not kind to myself sometimes.

Oh, and Shannon apparently finds The Primal appealing on occasion. I'd say more but don't want to give anyone "T.M.I." moments. So.................................................................................................. Oh look, Godzilla. RUN!!!

S.D.
  • Mood: Questionable
  • Reading: Paradise Lost and comic books
  • Watching: low budge scifi movies and Spin City

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daddyslittlejanegirl
Simyona Deanova
United States
I'm pansexual and genderfluid. Also, emo/punk with high-functioning Autism. Religiously, I'm a Christian Mystic.

By the way, this picture update is not an indication that my gender identity has changed. I'm still genderfluid. I've just got shorter, more punky hair now. In the new pic I have spiking wax in my hair and liquid foundation softening the features of my face.

Current Residence: F.C., IL
Favourite genre of music: Could you be more specific?
MP3 player of choice: I don't now, nor will I ever own an MP3.
Shell of choice: What's THAT supposed to mean?!
Skin of choice: ?
Favourite cartoon character: Garfield the cat
Personal Quote: "Money cannot purchase honor." -Fremen saying
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Kajm Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Happy Birthday!
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daddyslittlejanegirl Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2014
thank you. Sorry for the delayed response. I've have connectivity issues since Thursday and am currently using a family member's computer. I'm hoping to have the issue resolved soon.
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a-l-connor Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013
Sorry to randomly pop in without any prior introduction, but I happened to noticed that one of your favourite drawings here is one titled "Here Comes the Bride." As this picture includes me, so to speak, I couldn't help but contact you... 

Do you by any chance know "someone" (an internet troll, character in many different respects, in all kinds of stories, etc...he was a lot of things) by the name of Fredrick? He also went by Freddy, and would've likely taken the last name Macvarian. I'm looking for this person, but have yet to find any trace of them other than via this image. Hopefully you can help me...
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daddyslittlejanegirl Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013
I don't think so, but it's probably been a while since I faved that drawing. And I mostly pay attention to the art itself when I fave things. I hope you find this person you're searching for though. Sounds pretty serious.
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a-l-connor Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013
it was for a long time. the person i'm looking for actually was the artist that drew that, but his/her (its confusing) account has since gone quiet for years. i've been trawling the internet looking for any account of theirs, but thus far this is the closest i have come. *sigh*
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daddyslittlejanegirl Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013
I'm sorry to hear that.
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Mushu-XIII Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013   Photographer
I Am No Longer Dead! ;D
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daddyslittlejanegirl Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013
Yayyy!!!!
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Mushu-XIII Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2013   Photographer
So How's DaddysGirl Been? :)
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daddyslittlejanegirl Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013
Mostly frustrated, but with occasional happy spots.
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