went to the basic course for my local red cross yesterday, and now i'm officially a voluntary!
honestly, i feel great about it

@lunely it really is a crime that i didn't liked bees before, and not the good kind

a real now, i've been bored out of my mind all day, so i decided to go to my local public park and learn a new skill
loop braiding, y'all

[I.D.: First picture shows five read strings and one black string, connected to a pole. The second picture shows a ready loop braid, together in the grass with a water bottle, a bag and a cane.]

i have no idea if this counts for but i've been doing some repairs lately, because nobody has money to buy new jeans just because yours are too big

found a tiny bird!!

[I.D.: A small, brown bird in the floor, besides a yellow leaf, half bathed in sun.]

my contribution to because I love the idea

[I.D. : The first photo is a grafitti of a witch flying in a broom. On top of it, in red, it says "Selling black meat, number 190". 190 is the cell number to call the police.
The second photo is a colorful grafitti of Marielle Franco, a black and lgbtq activist that was murder about an year ago. Besides it, in yellow letters, is the quote "Do Black Lives Matter? They do." End I.D.]

more punk than solar today

[Image I.D.: a poster, in brazilian portuguese, talking about a protest against the new pension reform]

saw it somewhere and found it very interesting
it can serve as a reminder for people like me who will just buy things on impulse, without thinking about alternatives
(I would put make before thrift, tho)

been working on patches to practice embroidery, may actually use them now

[I.D.: First image is a square patch of the antiga flag and a circular patch of the trans flag. Second image is a Molotov surrounded by the words "Keep Warm. Burn out the rich."]

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bro asked me to repair the pockets of his pants, i said i didn't had the right colored thread and that i only had red. he said that, being he a commie, red is always the right colored thread.
lots of things are nice, repairing instead of buying and having a super cool communist brother are on the top of the list

making bread and sewing are on that list of things capitalism convinced you are too hard to do alone. i know some basic sewing already, and tried my hand at making bread yesterday

the result is tasty and cheap as fuck bread. most of the necessary stuff you already have at home, I spent less than 12 bucks to do it (!)

i recommend everyone with the ability to do so to try and make bread. it's easy and hella therapeutic

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today's is this embroidery on my backpack because a) it's the same as my brother's backpack so i wanted to differentiate them b) embroidery is n o i c e and c) bees

[Image description: Three photos showing the process of a honeycomb pattern embroidery at the front of a black backpack. First it's at the outline process, with the draft in a piece o paper pinned to the backpack. Second is the outline completed, with a bit of the filling. Last is the project finished.]

donated books from the government, aka free good stuff is always nice

[Image description: Three books layed out on a flat surface. The top one is about organic fairs, the bottom left is about cience and art, and the bottom right is about biodiversity, all related to Rio de Janeiro.]

there is this space next to my home that is just kinda... there. no one messes with it, it's just left to the gods i guess lol
I wonder if there's anything i could do with it. any ideas?

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