Don’t make a fool out of yourself, darling - I obviously was being a little sarcastic and fooling in a personal post that wasn’t meant to really be taken seriously. But feel free to sing me, and all other long-legged, small-waisted victims a song to encourage us on our epic journey to find that one true fitting jeans, bathing our way to endless H&M’s and ZARA’s and god knows what, who apparently all are convinced that the taller you are, the wider you are - I’d like that.
Not sure if I have to add for you that this reply was sarcastic too, but I’ll just do so anyway to prevent you from being confused again. Besides that, think twice about your believe that having long legs and a skinny waist guarantees having a positive body image in this fucked upsociety. Which in fact wasn’t the problem at all what that post was about; the problem was about clothes being designed with only one body in mind. I only said I’d like it if there for once would be jeans fitting my figure, not saying that I dislike my figure.
Also, now I probably have that song in my head for the rest of the week, goddamnit. Kumbayaaa my lordd
Alright, I’m going to town and will not come back until I found a fitting pair of jeans with long legs and a small waiste - So I guess until never, it was nice knowing you all
Norwegian research on the role of wolves in nature, and whether wolves can maintain that role or not when they are being hunted.
Haven’t had the time to read it yet, but I skipped through it and it looks very good. Also a great list of literature with lots of links to research on big predators!
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Hahaha, sure! What do you want to know? ^^
I don’t know what you already know – most people here know David from what I blog about him and he usually takes over this blog when I’m gone.
We’ve been together for more than 3,5 years now. Doctor Who is the thing that brought us together (too nerdy, I know, lol). From the moment we met, we started talking, got really close from day one and have been ever since. David is like, my best friend, my lover, my buddy, my teacher and fuck it I’m just going to use the word soulmate here. I am so in love with him and it only gets stronger everyday. God this sounds so cliche but this really is how it is.
We make each other a better person. In our first year together, because of us being together, old things/problems we pushed away and buried deep inside us came to the surface again and instead of giving ‘us’ up, we fought against it together and reckon off with it for good. That was an extremely heavy year, but together we made it through and we both got better and more beautiful out of it and it brought us into something that really felt like a new era/level. We fought for each other and put in so much effory for each other, that’s really one of our strengths.
We live a 123 kilometers away from each other, so we don’t see each other that often. I think this is one of the reasons why every time we see each other still feels so special.
And I just love that for some reason we maintained a perfect balance between the familiar, trusting feeling of a friendship we have in which we can always be ourselves completely and be completely honest with each other, and on the other side that exciting, new and unpredictable feeling between two persons who are more like ‘lovers’- if that makes sense.. Sometimes it’s the first one, sometimes it’s more like the other thing and I love that.
Eh, god, what else - there’s so much to tell, haha. Just ask if there’s anything else you want to know! ^^
Hell yeah I do! It’s like my whole life revolves around it, even though I only do it in my spare time, lol. It’s really what I live for.
I read scientific articles, studies and books, I watch videos and documentaries, follow wolf centers and organizations (their websites, Facebooks, etc.), follow some biologist students etc. on Tumblr who post interesting stuff as well.
I sometimes go and observe wolves in my local zoo, though unfortunately lately I don’t have much time for that. I’ve tried to look for a place where they have wolves where I can do an internship or volunteer or just anything, but in my country we only have a few zoos that have wolves and the one sanctuary in my neighbor country unfortunately didn’t have any space for me.
For the rest, I study their anatomy a little by drawing them.
Oh and me and my boyfriend David currently are working on a documentary about wolves in The Netherlands. For this we both do a lot of research as well.
I’m currently studying at the academy of fine art in education, but I’m trying to figure out how, where, etc. I can study/do something which enables me to work with/for wolves.