pinkcatminht

Female
from Houston, TX

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    • So I had my first real client today.

      4 years ago

      pinkcatminht

      Highlights with color in between the foils, and a haircut. It took several hours, but it came out lovely, and I got a nice tip.

      Today was the last day of this phase. Next week I move up to Salon Concepts, which is the second to last phase of the program. I ONLY HAVE 20 MORE WEEKS, GUYS.

      I'm going to poop my pants.

    • Spencer Please. (also survey)

      4 years ago

      pinkcatminht

      so kempoB tagged me in this. so here you go.

      General:
      Username: skinnehpants
      Age: 22
      From: houston, texas
      Sponsor: yeee
      Date Joined: dude who knows
      Last Signed in: ^^^^

      Rooster Teeth Content:
      First Rooster Teeth Video you saw: first episode of rvb, although it was around the beginning of season 2
      Last Podcast you watched: idk??? like the week before last i think?
      Favorite member of the Rooster Teeth Cast & Crew: i'd have to say its a guy between geoff, who is a personal hero of mine, and brandon, who.... yeaaaaaaaahhhhh.
      Did you watch a RT video today: yes!
      -Which one: Know It All episode where chris interviews burnie.
      Favorite RT Series: rvb for sure.
      Favorite RT Video: uuuuuuuuuuugh probably one of the RT Life eps with Brandon.

      RT Site:
      Current Number Of Notifications: 0, was one when i logged in.
      Name of first Journal: my first journal didnt have a title, but my first journal with a title was something about whiskey.
      Name of your latest Journal: "HEY READ THIS PLEASE!!"
      Last Photo you uploaded: my current selfie profile pic probably
      Last Thread you commented on: ????????
      First group in your group list: buhhhhh probably whatever the Moof Sucks group is (<3 you moof)
      Last Private message sent to: dunno and too lazy to check

      Achievement Hunter:
      Gamer Score: 1.4k
      Team Lads or Team Gents: Gents all the way!
      Favorite Achievement Hunter: Geoff and Michael
      Minecraft Skin: Tootie from Banjo Kazooie!
      Favorite AH show: probably the 7 Days To Die LPs

      The Community:
      Favourite Group: dont really participate??? probably the moof sucks group
      Have you gone to a community event: RTX 2014 :DDDDDDDDD
      Have you gone to RTX: just the most recent one
      Favorite Fellow Community member: pretty much all the people i skype/talk to on twitter.
      Tag 5 people to do this: @roseberry, @chandorica, @meatlowf, @popdelton, @holystone because FUQ U THATS WHY

    • 4 years ago

      pinkcatminht
    • HEY READ THIS PLEASE!!!! <3

      5 years ago

      pinkcatminht

      I have started a facebook page to showcase my cosmetology work, please check it out at www.facebook.com/diabryancosmetology if you'd like. It would mean a whole lot to me!

    • 5 years ago

      pinkcatminht
    • On Depression, Suicide, and Related Things.

      5 years ago

      pinkcatminht

      So, for starters I don't even know if I'm going to post this. A lot of this comes from personal experience(fun fact, I've been diagnosed with depression since the age of 10, so I know a bit about this subject), as well as a bit coming from the obvious news of the passing of Robin Williams, one of my favorite comedians and just generally an amazing human being. (Seriously though, if you haven't seen his stand-up you're missing out.)

      When a famous or well-known individual commits suicide, it seems to always go the same way: there is an outpouring of well-wishes and grief, of course. But there are also a lot of naysayers, people who are incredibly lucky to not have ever experienced mental illness and how debilitating it really is.

      Robin Williams was 63 years old when he passed. He had bipolar disorder, and likely had been struggling with it for an incredible amount of time. The fact that he lost his battle with it after so long, as someone who has a similar mental disorder, is fucking horrifying. When the news broke a few days ago, a dear friend of mine, who was only diagnosed a year ago, came to me crying. "I don't want to fight this for the rest of my life. This isn't fair." And it's not. Even for me, it's an uphill battle pretty much every day to keep my spirits up, to keep focused on the present and distracted from negative thoughts. It's not fair that mental illness takes so much from people. It doesn't discriminate who you are. You could be a poor kid who comes from a broken home, or you could be a well-known and universally loved rich and famous celebrity. And a lot of people don't understand that. I've heard so many sentiments in the past few days of "What did he have to be depressed about?", but it just doesn't work like that. Depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, these things don't care who you are, they infect your mind and take the most important parts of you until you're a shell of who you were. There's not a reason why, there just IS. And it's not fair, and it's scary to see people who have overcome it for so long succumb to it, because if you have it, you know a moment of weakness is all it needs to take everything from you and leave you in the mindset that you have nothing to live for.

      Another thing I've heard a lot of in the past few days, and one that is a particular pet peeve of mine, is the insinuation that what Williams did was selfish or cowardly. This is, first of all, an incredibly callous thing to say, especially to those who are grieving. I understand why people say it though, because as I mentioned before, there are many people who have never experienced mental illness. They literally cannot fathom what it takes for someone, especially a person who seemingly has "everything," to be at such a low point in their thoughts and mood to think ending their life is the only option they have. As annoyed as I get at these comments, I try to not hold it against people, because they genuinely don't understand. Yes, there are loved ones and good things, but often that's what convinces people who are suicidal to hold on for another day.

      When you are in physical pain, and it is chronic, it wears you out. You can only put up with it for so long before relieving the pain becomes your only thought. Mental pain is the same. There's only so long before ending the pain becomes the only thing you can think about, no matter how selfish the "solution" may be. Suicide in people with depression is often less about not wanting to live, but more about wanting an end to the anguish mental illness causes. It's only as selfish as it is to want to end any kind of pain, which is not at all.

      It's why getting help and finding healthy ways to cope is so important. If you feel like things have been bad for you lately and you suspect there may be something wrong, PLEASE get help. See a doctor, if you can. Tell someone you care about and trust. Do something that makes you happy. Try to keep your thoughts in a good place. If you feel suicidal, reach out. There are many crisis hotlines and websites. Acknowledging something is wrong can be scary or make you feel "weak", but it is not weakness to seek help with something you cannot handle on your own. In fact, it's the bravest thing there is.

      I love you guys. Stay here with us. We need you. <3

    • 5 years ago

      pinkcatminht

      in five weeks, i will be halfway through school.
      this is very exciting.
      especially since i dislike a lot about my school and would like to go work in my field and get higher education elsewhere.

      even so, this is really cool! i'm entering the third phase of the program i'm in where we're focusing on more advanced haircuts, as well as chemical services like relaxers and perms. plus we get to take clients every saturday! akjdhfakdjh here's to the next ten weeks not sucking nearly as bad as the last ten!!

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      pinkcatminht

      i curse whatever higher being invented 6 in the fucking morning.

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