this is me

everything that i find beautiful i post here

the-grace-of-cas:

sonianeverland:

hey

hey friend

dont kill yourself tonight ok

you have a really pretty smile and i know its not always easy to manage one but itd be a bummer if we never had the chance to see it ever again

youre really important and you matter a lot so stay safe and try and have a nice sleep

I would like a moment to thank the people who reblog post like this so that it eventually shows on my dash.

It is keeping me alive

(Source: casualcissexism, via whenthough)

boldndelicious:

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Okay since i couldn’t get this edit to work as a cover no matter how hard i tried i’m just gonna post it here as a cute little wallie for ya’ll to use! If you need it in a bigger size just message me your screen size (not anonymously) and i’ll give it to you untagged as well. 

boldndelicious:

Direct Link: http://i60.tinypic.com/2hgqypj.jpg

Okay since i couldn’t get this edit to work as a cover no matter how hard i tried i’m just gonna post it here as a cute little wallie for ya’ll to use! If you need it in a bigger size just message me your screen size (not anonymously) and i’ll give it to you untagged as well. 

sourcedumal:

melleauxmood:

Her name is Taylor Townsend. She’s from Chicago and is only 18 years old. She is a professional tennis player currently playing in the second round of the French Open, one of the four Grand Slams. Not only is tennis a white dominated sport, but it’s a sport that considers it’s average players to be petite and slim.”Last year, the United States Tennis Association wanted to keep her out of the tournament (the junior US Open) because it believed her physical conditioning was lacking, even though she was the top-ranked junior girl in the world. She entered the tournament anyway and reached the quarterfinals.” Taylor is proving them all wrong, and is on the road to win the second round of her first French Open.

(via whenthough)

dysfunctionalqueer:

PSA if you send me nice messages and i don’t respond

there is a 100% chance i saw it and it made me super duper uber happy but i have no idea how to respond and i will let it sit in my inbox for days or weeks and smile when i see it but still have no idea how to respond 

there is a 0% chance that you annoyed me and i don’t like you. 

(via wildanduntamedthing)

sixpenceee:

THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT GUYS! LISTEN UP!

As a paranormal blogger, I’ve heard of some pretty insane cases. But this has got to be ridiculous. 

In Kinshasa (a country in the Congo) there are some pretty sick rumors. 

  •  Children who strangle parents in their sleep or eat the hearts of their siblings.
  • Children flying through the skies at night, stealing money or deliberately causing illnesses like HIV and polio.

The Congo people call these children “sorcerers” and believe they cause bad luck and do evil things.

What’s the worst part, is that they think that these children should be rejected by their family or shunned by society. 

People who have experienced a sudden hardship in their family, such a death or illness, literally will go handpicking a child to blame their problems on.

Can you even believe that? The poor child is accused of something he/she had no logical connection to. 

 Some of these children are killed, but far more are abandoned.

Or they are dragged to churches, where they may well find further misery.

According to Human Rights Watch, alleged child sorcerers taken to churches may be denied food and water, whipped until they confess, or sexually abused.

In a 2013 report about Congo, the U.S. State Department described “exorcisms of children accused of witchcraft involving isolation, beating and whipping, starvation, and forced ingestion of purgatives.”

Even worse? This problem isn’t just in Congo, it’s slowly on the rise throughout sub-saharan Africa.

I just really wanted to bring attention to this injustice. 

SOURCE AND MORE INFORMATION

(via guy)

BECAUSE WHY THE FUCK NOT

liqiuid:

If you reblog this before June 1 2014, I will write your URL down and stick it in a jar or whatever. Over the summer I will take the jar of URL’s and I will scatter them around. They may get taped to public loos, they may be thrown into crowds at festivals, or they may get put under napkins at restaurants.

Some one may find your URL, and who knows, they could message you telling you where they found it. 

You have until June 1 to reblog. 

(via independent1313)

mt-satsuki:

姫著莪(ヒメシャガ)の石付盆栽

Fringed iris (Iris gracilipes), Hime-Shaga, bonsai on a rock

2014.5.5 撮影