Yeah, that potted plant was a guy!

My wonderfull Ada.

My wonderfull Ada.

Love

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gothiccharmschool:

iron-spine:
Hey, everyone. So this is really, really important. Especially people in the TACOMA, SEATTLE AREA.
Early this morning (Sat. June 21) around 3:00 AM my husband saw somebody jump our backyard fence and snatch our 15 week old puppy, Fennris. Everything happened so fast, and it was completely unexpected so by the time we went after them, they had already gone.
The puppy is about 15 weeks old, an Alaskan Klee Kai (miniature husky). He weighs around 6-7 lbs and his coat is white/gray/black and he has bright blue eyes. He is wearing a blue collar with a nametag on it that reads “Fennris”.
We believe somebody grabbed the puppy, got into a car and drove away.
Please, please, please anyone in the Tacoma, WA area keep an eye out and if you see anything at all or hear anything PLEASE contact me right away.
If you don’t live in the Tacoma, WA area I would greatly appreciate it if you could signal boost this to your followers.
Fennris is the sweetest dog you’ll ever meet, and he’s young and he’s scared. He’s not just a pet, he’s a family member. Please help us find our puppy.
We are offering a $500 reward for his safe and unharmed return.


Signal boosting.

gothiccharmschool:

iron-spine:

Hey, everyone. So this is really, really important. Especially people in the TACOMA, SEATTLE AREA.

Early this morning (Sat. June 21) around 3:00 AM my husband saw somebody jump our backyard fence and snatch our 15 week old puppy, Fennris. Everything happened so fast, and it was completely unexpected so by the time we went after them, they had already gone.

The puppy is about 15 weeks old, an Alaskan Klee Kai (miniature husky). He weighs around 6-7 lbs and his coat is white/gray/black and he has bright blue eyes. He is wearing a blue collar with a nametag on it that reads “Fennris”.

We believe somebody grabbed the puppy, got into a car and drove away.

Please, please, please anyone in the Tacoma, WA area keep an eye out and if you see anything at all or hear anything PLEASE contact me right away.

If you don’t live in the Tacoma, WA area I would greatly appreciate it if you could signal boost this to your followers.

Fennris is the sweetest dog you’ll ever meet, and he’s young and he’s scared. He’s not just a pet, he’s a family member. Please help us find our puppy.

We are offering a $500 reward for his safe and unharmed return.

Signal boosting.

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PSA:

gingerhaole:

serkets:

hey! as you probably know, this friday is Friday the 13th! If you have any black cats, PLEASE make sure to keep them inside on friday, because people could harm your kitty since they are known as “bad luck” this type of thing also happens around halloween. make sure to keep your feline friends safe, have a nice day!

Reblogging because we’ve got an outdoor black cat, and this hadn’t occurred to me until I saw this post. Take your cats in this weekend!

Note to all peoples with furry black cat babies, keep’um safe.

kitfoxhawaii:

shmemson:

arcaneimages:

Millicent Patrick.

The mother of the Creature from the Black Lagoon!

Always reblog Millicent.

I have always loved Gill Man.  To know that he was created by a woman is awesome enough, but to see this elegant, statuesque, glamorous woman working on him, painting away with her little hand on her hip and her adorable skirt and ponytail — I know now who I want to be when I grow older.  Such a brilliant designer and artist, and she looks like she knew what power she had.  Three cheers for this woman!

princessmalta:

from the ig of stza

princessmalta:

from the ig of stza

lotosparvula:

heartofatinman:

gingerhaole:

lotosparvula:

Anyone who knows me at all will know three things about me:

1. I put the pro in procrastination.
2. I’m not an overly sociable person.
3. I had cancer when I was sixteen.

Those who have never had, or loved someone who has had cancer, will look at those three things and…

I asked my beautiful friend L to write up this list, having had cancer herself. It’s a long read, but absolutely worth it — there are insights in here that I had never heard before, even though I’ve been the child of a cancer survivor most of my life, things that make total sense to me now. And some of these are things that families of cancer patients also go through themselves, and being aware of that is a revelation to me.

If you know someone (or know someone who knows someone) who has or has had cancer, this is a great resource, and I want everybody to see it. I would love to see it reblogged a million times.

I want to thank you and your friend L so much for making this list. As a survivor of childhood cancer, between 13-15, it’s helped put things in contest that some 11 years later, I still deal with. Thank you very VERY much. If I could hug both of you through the internet I would. The best to your mom. “Malted mothballs” aren’t exactly the words I would’ve used to describe that moccachino contrast stuff, but I agree with her, yuck. I got here because of your art, which is gorgeous and found something I needed more than just really good Kristanna art. Thank you.

Thank you, too, and to everyone who has responded to this in some way — for validating what felt at the time like a rambling heap of nonsense in a foreign language.

No matter how long ago it was, or how many times you see it in action, it’s so easy to forget you’re not crazy; that it’s not just you. People who have been through something like cancer are constantly having to justify their feelings to the clueless, and often it can feel, to them, like an attack, even if it wasn’t meant to be.

So it’s comforting to know that, when I feel attacked by those who don’t understand, there are actually people out there who could back me up. I’m not crazy.

These ladies are awesome and loving and wise. I hope this helps anyone else that is going through this type of situation. I actually sent this to a close friend who is working through her father having cancer. It is a hard road and even if you don’t have folks that know all of what you’re going through. There are loved ones that are willing to try.

royalblackpirate:

usatoday:

This 17-year-old violinist and aspiring physician was accepted to all eight Ivy League universities. Meet Kwasi Enin. (Photo via William Floyd School District)

Black excellence

royalblackpirate:

usatoday:

This 17-year-old violinist and aspiring physician was accepted to all eight Ivy League universities. Meet Kwasi Enin

(Photo via William Floyd School District)

Black excellence

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lessmetamorebeta:

GOLLY FUCKING GOSH WHAT A NICE DAY FOR SURFING!

lessmetamorebeta:

GOLLY FUCKING GOSH WHAT A NICE DAY FOR SURFING!

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