The Hive of a Lone Bee

Thoughts of a single bumble bee, hoping that someone wants to share a hive with her, too.

cumberlockme:

For everyone that blogs this, I will put all the usernames in a jar. And from January 1st, 2014 to January 31st, 2014, every day I will draw one name, and write that person a poem for their ask box. Please only reblog once, no likes.

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Dread would always be waiting. As you open your eyes, no matter what form of goodness you had, no matter what your reason was for having slept so soundly, it will be there. It will wrap you in its arms, cradle you until you wake up, until you find yourself again at the bottom of the pit you yourself dug out of despair, until you figure out a way to get out of it once again.

doubtinglyhopeful:

doubtinglyhopeful:

Hi everyone!

I’m Reese, and I’m a senior at my university. Part of my requirements before graduating is a senior thesis, and this is what I’m doing.

Art Leap is a project that uses methods and concepts found in art therapy in interacting with kids who are confined in hospitals through art sessions. The works made during the sessions would be compiled and curated in an exhibit near the end of the year. :)

This project revolves around the idea that art is healing, and I really just want to share my passion for art and creativity with these children who are probably confused, bored and scared in the public hospital setting.

I need your help to make it happen.

You can pledge donations through:

1. ArtisteConnect (for people residing in the Philippines)

2. Indiegogo (for those who live in other countries)

Each donation gets you special items related to the project! :D

If you can’t donate but still want to help, you can always share those websites with your friends, family, and anyone else you think might be able to help me finish this project (I started going to hospitals just a few weeks ago!)

You can also share and like my project’s Facebook page (check it regularly for more information and updates!) and reblog this post! :)

I hope the Tumblr community finds this project appealing and important, too. Please help me reach my goal of $1500! The money goes entirely for the completion of this project, and I am in dire need of your support. You can also look at the other projects in the sites, maybe they you can help them too. :)

New indiegogo link! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/art-leap-making-kids-happy-with-art/x/5038591?show_todos=true

Had to make another one since the previous one expired. :)

(via doubtinglyhopeful)

doubtinglyhopeful:

doubtinglyhopeful:

Hi everyone!

I’m Reese, and I’m a senior at my university. Part of my requirements before graduating is a senior thesis, and this is what I’m doing.

Art Leap is a project that uses methods and concepts found in art therapy in interacting with kids who are confined in hospitals through art sessions. The works made during the sessions would be compiled and curated in an exhibit near the end of the year. :)

This project revolves around the idea that art is healing, and I really just want to share my passion for art and creativity with these children who are probably confused, bored and scared in the public hospital setting.

I need your help to make it happen.

You can pledge donations through:

1. ArtisteConnect (for people residing in the Philippines)

2. Indiegogo (for those who live in other countries)

Each donation gets you special items related to the project! :D

If you can’t donate but still want to help, you can always share those websites with your friends, family, and anyone else you think might be able to help me finish this project (I started going to hospitals just a few weeks ago!)

You can also share and like my project’s Facebook page (check it regularly for more information and updates!) and reblog this post! :)

I hope the Tumblr community finds this project appealing and important, too. Please help me reach my goal of $1500! The money goes entirely for the completion of this project, and I am in dire need of your support. You can also look at the other projects in the sites, maybe they you can help them too. :)

New indiegogo link! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/art-leap-making-kids-happy-with-art/x/5038591?show_todos=true

Had to make another one since the previous one expired. :)

doubtinglyhopeful:

Hi everyone!

I’m Reese, and I’m a senior at my university. Part of my requirements before graduating is a senior thesis, and this is what I’m doing.

Art Leap is a project that uses methods and concepts found in art therapy in interacting with kids who are confined in hospitals through art sessions. The works made during the sessions would be compiled and curated in an exhibit near the end of the year. :)

This project revolves around the idea that art is healing, and I really just want to share my passion for art and creativity with these children who are probably confused, bored and scared in the public hospital setting.

I need your help to make it happen.

You can pledge donations through:

1. ArtisteConnect (for people residing in the Philippines)

2. Indiegogo (for those who live in other countries)

Each donation gets you special items related to the project! :D

If you can’t donate but still want to help, you can always share those websites with your friends, family, and anyone else you think might be able to help me finish this project (I started going to hospitals just a few weeks ago!)

You can also share and like my project’s Facebook page (check it regularly for more information and updates!) and reblog this post! :)

I hope the Tumblr community finds this project appealing and important, too. Please help me reach my goal of $1500! The money goes entirely for the completion of this project, and I am in dire need of your support. You can also look at the other projects in the sites, maybe they you can help them too. :)

New indiegogo link! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/art-leap-making-kids-happy-with-art/x/5038591?show_todos=true

Had to make another one since the previous one expired. :)

(via doubtinglyhopeful)

doubtinglyhopeful:

Hi everyone!

I’m Reese, and I’m a senior at my university. Part of my requirements before graduating is a senior thesis, and this is what I’m doing.

Art Leap is a project that uses methods and concepts found in art therapy in interacting with kids who are confined in hospitals through art sessions. The works made during the sessions would be compiled and curated in an exhibit near the end of the year. :)

This project revolves around the idea that art is healing, and I really just want to share my passion for art and creativity with these children who are probably confused, bored and scared in the public hospital setting.

I need your help to make it happen.

You can pledge donations through:

1. ArtisteConnect (for people residing in the Philippines)

2. Indiegogo (for those who live in other countries)

Each donation gets you special items related to the project! :D

If you can’t donate but still want to help, you can always share those websites with your friends, family, and anyone else you think might be able to help me finish this project (I started going to hospitals just a few weeks ago!)

You can also share and like my project’s Facebook page (check it regularly for more information and updates!) and reblog this post! :)

I hope the Tumblr community finds this project appealing and important, too. Please help me reach my goal of $1500! The money goes entirely for the completion of this project, and I am in dire need of your support. You can also look at the other projects in the sites, maybe they you can help them too. :)

doubtinglyhopeful:

Hi everyone!

I’m Reese, and I’m a senior at my university. Part of my requirements before graduating is a senior thesis, and this is what I’m doing.

Art Leap is a project that uses methods and concepts found in art therapy in interacting with kids who are confined in hospitals through art sessions. The works made during the sessions would be compiled and curated in an exhibit near the end of the year. :)

This project revolves around the idea that art is healing, and I really just want to share my passion for art and creativity with these children who are probably confused, bored and scared in the public hospital setting.

I need your help to make it happen.

You can pledge donations through:

1. ArtisteConnect (for people residing in the Philippines)

2. Indiegogo (for those who live in other countries)

Each donation gets you special items related to the project! :D

If you can’t donate but still want to help, you can always share those websites with your friends, family, and anyone else you think might be able to help me finish this project (I started going to hospitals just a few weeks ago!)

You can also share and like my project’s Facebook page (check it regularly for more information and updates!) and reblog this post! :)

I hope the Tumblr community finds this project appealing and important, too. Please help me reach my goal of $1500! The money goes entirely for the completion of this project, and I am in dire need of your support. You can also look at the other projects in the sites, maybe they you can help them too. :)

(via doubtinglyhopeful)

doubtinglyhopeful:

Hi everyone!

I’m Reese, and I’m a senior at my university. Part of my requirements before graduating is a senior thesis, and this is what I’m doing.

Art Leap is a project that uses methods and concepts found in art therapy in interacting with kids who are confined in hospitals through art sessions. The works made during the sessions would be compiled and curated in an exhibit near the end of the year. :)

This project revolves around the idea that art is healing, and I really just want to share my passion for art and creativity with these children who are probably confused, bored and scared in the public hospital setting.

I need your help to make it happen.

You can pledge donations through:

1. ArtisteConnect (for people residing in the Philippines)

2. Indiegogo (for those who live in other countries)

Each donation gets you special items related to the project! :D

If you can’t donate but still want to help, you can always share those websites with your friends, family, and anyone else you think might be able to help me finish this project (I started going to hospitals just a few weeks ago!)

You can also share and like my project’s Facebook page (check it regularly for more information and updates!) and reblog this post! :)

I hope the Tumblr community finds this project appealing and important, too. Please help me reach my goal of $1500! The money goes entirely for the completion of this project, and I am in dire need of your support. You can also look at the other projects in the sites, maybe they you can help them too. :)

(via doubtinglyhopeful)

doubtinglyhopeful:

Hi everyone!

I’m Reese, and I’m a senior at my university. Part of my requirements before graduating is a senior thesis, and this is what I’m doing.

Art Leap is a project that uses methods and concepts found in art therapy in interacting with kids who are confined in hospitals through art sessions. The works made during the sessions would be compiled and curated in an exhibit near the end of the year. :)

This project revolves around the idea that art is healing, and I really just want to share my passion for art and creativity with these children who are probably confused, bored and scared in the public hospital setting.

I need your help to make it happen.

You can pledge donations through:

1. ArtisteConnect (for people residing in the Philippines)

2. Indiegogo (for those who live in other countries)

Each donation gets you special items related to the project! :D

If you can’t donate but still want to help, you can always share those websites with your friends, family, and anyone else you think might be able to help me finish this project (I started going to hospitals just a few weeks ago!)

You can also share and like my project’s Facebook page (check it regularly for more information and updates!) and reblog this post! :)

I hope the Tumblr community finds this project appealing and important, too. Please help me reach my goal of $1500! The money goes entirely for the completion of this project, and I am in dire need of your support. You can also look at the other projects in the sites, maybe they you can help them too. :)

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I am becoming a monster.