Make tea and Foreshadow Shit

Apr 15
Apr 15
foodopia:

Tiramisu Cake
Apr 15

The Lightning Thief

Apr 15
nicoleanell:

rhllors:

#[disney princess interlude plays in the distance]

I WANT ADVENTURE IN THE GREAT WIDE SOMEWHERE.

nicoleanell:

rhllors:

I WANT ADVENTURE IN THE GREAT WIDE SOMEWHERE.

Apr 15

equinefeather:

today when I was riding my horse, I saw another horse in a nearby pasture and I’m like “oh my god!!! look!! it’s a horse!!!” 

I get excited about seeing horses

while on a horse

and that’s basically all you need to know about me

Apr 15

ladyinterior:

Illuminated Cut Paper Lightboxes by Hari and Deepti

Apr 15
Apr 15
yummytomatoes:

convo my brother had with my dog earlier 

yummytomatoes:

convo my brother had with my dog earlier 

Apr 15

afternoonsnoozebutton:

Have you heard of Ban Bossy? It’s the new initiative from Lean In and the Girl Scouts that’s trying to ban “bossy” and similar words that are used to bring down girls that are ambitious, take risks, and speak up. By changing the way we treat girls who lead, hopefully our generation will someday see more women in leadership roles. 

You can watch the 1:00 video with Beyonce, Jane Lynch, Condeleeza Rice, and Jennifer Garner here, or visit the Ban Bossy website

Apr 15

coherentbostonthoughts:

policymic:

You’re not saying this the same as everyone else

It’s one of the beauties of the English language that different regions have their own vocabularies, but sometimes the differences warrant a “Huh?” You may have no idea what your friend from Louisiana is trying to tell you she ate for lunch, and you may be too embarrassed to ask, but it’s also possible that you ate the exact same thing. You just have a different word for it. When it comes to the American lexicon, variety is key, which is why we’ve put together a list of different words that mean the same thing across the country. English is confusing. 

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what’s funny is that it’s literally always us in New England