That Blue Ridge is looking extra blue today.

That Blue Ridge is looking extra blue today.

I wish I had been born with curly hair. #vscocam

I wish I had been born with curly hair. #vscocam

Tags: vscocam

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harpaea:

do you ever think about how weird reading is

our eyes are able to scan these different symbols and construct the scenarios and concepts they describe in our mind

and these concepts have the power to twist our emotions and make us cry and laugh and wow reading is weird

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infinite-paradox:

let us go then, you and i by manyfires on Flickr.
flyingchange:

wononone:

pony love <3 
Sarah Ryder and Bridgetown. 
Old Salem Farm.

a rare picture of the “mama” in her natural, territorial, destructive state

flyingchange:

wononone:

pony love <3 

Sarah Ryder and Bridgetown. 

Old Salem Farm.

a rare picture of the “mama” in her natural, territorial, destructive state

(via diaryofaworkingstudent)

foodopia:

Fried Brussels Sprouts with Smoky Honey Aioli Sauce

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Sorry I haven’t been around. A lot has been going on. Murphy died. It was horrible and tragic and definitely resulted in some PTSD. I’m not one to self diagnose, but I can’t hear a seagull call or a baby cry now without breaking down crying and sometimes having a full blown panic attack. I might make a post about it soon. Idk.
Good things have also been happening. I’ve been really busy working on some projects. I’ll blog here when I can.

I made my new blog less than a week ago, it only has four posts, and it already has more followers than this blog has, and I’ve had this one for four years. Wow.

Amos enjoying the cat tree condo at his bubbe&#8217;s house. And snow. Yes snow. I thought spring was finally here, but apparently not.

Amos enjoying the cat tree condo at his bubbe’s house. And snow. Yes snow. I thought spring was finally here, but apparently not.

#Stop. It&#8217;s selfie time.

#Stop. It’s selfie time.

Tags: stop

Canadian Amazon sucks so hard. Canadians, where do you order things?