- Tuesday, October 21st
When people say ‘This is my baby,’ they don’t always mean a baby. Sometimes they mean a dog.

—A Somali student, on what has surprised her most about the United States. (via africandogontheprairie)
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#about me

- Tuesday, October 21st


Pumpkin carving game strong

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- Tuesday, October 21st



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- Monday, October 20th


the sheer terror on bucky’s face after “who the hell’s bucky” before he shoots at steve, just absolute, sheer terror, the kind of terror you have sometimes when you have to run through your house and turn on all the lights because even if you can’t see whatever’s haunting you, you know it’s there and you know it can eat you alive

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- Monday, October 20th

today i

•started my period
•morning nannied
•took marcy on a three mile walk/hike/run
•cleaned & vacuumed the living room
•washed a ton of dishes
•and now i’m about to library

what a productive menstrual day i’m legit shocked at myself who even knows how all this happened

- Monday, October 20th

little buddy didn’t even go on the three mile hike/run marcy and i took but he’s acting just as tired smh

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#jack jack #about me

- Monday, October 20th


Its nice to get away from all the city noise

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#me 2 bear

- Monday, October 20th


He hurt his foot.

(via unamusedsloth:via)

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#puppies #what a big baby

- Monday, October 20th


another day without a baby. i can’t believe i have to live this way

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- Monday, October 20th

"Since she’s been single, Swift has been acquiring girlfriends with the fervor she once devoted to landing guys. (For instance: Two years ago she told Vogue she wanted to be friends with Kloss; now they’re going to the gym together and taking road trips to Big Sur.) Swift says this is another byproduct of being single. “When your number-one priority is getting a boyfriend, you’re more inclined to see a beautiful girl and think, ‘Oh, she’s gonna get that hot guy I wish I was dating,’” she says. “But when you’re not boyfriend-shopping, you’re able to step back and see other girls who are killing it and think, ‘God, I want to be around her.’” As an example, she cites her pal Lorde, whom she calls Ella. “It’s like this blazing bonfire,” Swift says. “You can either be afraid of it because it’s so powerful and strong, or you can go stand near it, because it’s fun and it makes you brighter.”

"One thing I do believe as a feminist is that, in order for us to have gender equality, we have to stop making it a girl fight. And we have to stop being so interested in girls trying to tear each other down. It has to be about cheering each other on as women. And that’s just how I feel about it.”