ectopuppy:

listening to super bass while drawing tania was a good idea 
so yeah Tania’s dream is to be a dancer even if people don’t think she’ll be able to make it due to her arm and nicki minaj is her personal hero

ectopuppy:

listening to super bass while drawing tania was a good idea 

so yeah Tania’s dream is to be a dancer even if people don’t think she’ll be able to make it due to her arm and nicki minaj is her personal hero

My parents died years ago. I was very close to them. I still miss them terribly. I know I always will. I long to believe that their essence, their personalities, what I loved so much about them, are - really and truly - still in existence somewhere. […] Plainly, there’s something within me that’s ready to believe in life after death. And it’s not the least bit interested in whether there’s any sober evidence for it. So I don’t guffaw at the woman who visits her husband’s grave and chats him up every now and then, maybe on the anniversary of his death. It’s not hard to understand. And if I have difficulties with the ontological status of who she’s talking to, that’s all right. That’s not what this is about. This is about humans being human.

Carl Sagan on why sometimes it’s good to temporarily forgo your beliefs in order to respect someone else’s (via applepiesfromscratch)

Alternatively, Carl Sagan on (one of the reasons) why Richard Dawkins/many self-proclaimed atheists are assholes. (via imathers)

tbh i cant d8 you if you can’t name that one uruk-hai dude from the first lord of the rings

vgjunk:

Ballade For Maria, PC-98.

xtheprettyliestheuglytruth:

this has got to be the longest ive had a hair colour! 

Ellen Page and Drew Barrymore for Marie Claire, October 2009

thesteveoprojekt:

coffeepotsmokin:

PARKOUR

More like PORKOUR

livingwithdisability:

spoonie-living:

radically-disabled:

spoonie-living:

I have a really exciting Spoonie Living announcement for y’all! When I started on my 6-month medical leave from work, one of my goals was to create a zine for new spoonies, to help them hit the ground running as they begin their chronic illness experience. I’m calling it Chronically Badass, and it’s finally done!

Here’s what I cover inside:

  • Spoon theory
  • Getting answers
  • Working with doctors
  • Work & school
  • Friends & family
  • Reactions
  • Mental health
  • Coping strategies
  • Online communities
  • Mobility

It’s free for download right here (although you’re welcome to donate if you like), so be sure to check it out!

Please also reblog and spread the word so others can find and benefit from this zine.

Is there any way to get this without a credit card? I’d love to read it, but not sure how to get it without having a card.

Gosh, absolutely! If you set the amount to $0, the credit card thing will disappear—give it a shot :)

Just read this and loved it!