rocknrollercoaster:

to tha window

rocknrollercoaster:

to tha window

rocknrollercoaster:

to tha wall

rocknrollercoaster:

to tha wall

crapandemic:

we’re gonna be old someday and it’s gonna suck/rock

It’s me and Arthur 40 years from now.

crapandemic:

we’re gonna be old someday and it’s gonna suck/rock

It’s me and Arthur 40 years from now.

I’m going to be gone

I have a powwow in New Hampshire. If you guys want, I can set up a queue. I gotta find the tent, air it, get vittles, packs, gather items for the trade blanket….

kqedscience:

What Kids’ Drawings Say About Their Future Thinking Skills
“At age 4, many young children are just beginning to explore their artistic style.
The kid I used to babysit in high school preferred self-portraits, undoubtedly inspired by the later works of Joan Miro. My cousin, a prolific young artist, worked almost exclusively on still lifes of 18-wheelers.
These early works may be good for more than decorating your refrigerator and cubicle, researchers say. There appears to be an association, though a modest one, between how a child draws at 4 and her thinking skills at 14, according to a study published in the journal Psychological Science.”
Find out more from NPR.

My kids draws cats, portraits of herself and others, cemeteries, and butts.
She’s 3 1/2

kqedscience:

What Kids’ Drawings Say About Their Future Thinking Skills

At age 4, many young children are just beginning to explore their artistic style.

The kid I used to babysit in high school preferred self-portraits, undoubtedly inspired by the later works of Joan Miro. My cousin, a prolific young artist, worked almost exclusively on still lifes of 18-wheelers.

These early works may be good for more than decorating your refrigerator and cubicle, researchers say. There appears to be an association, though a modest one, between how a child draws at 4 and her thinking skills at 14, according to a study published in the journal Psychological Science.”

Find out more from NPR.

My kids draws cats, portraits of herself and others, cemeteries, and butts.

She’s 3 1/2

kikaijima:

a redditor recounts the day he met robin williams.

ashtonxrwins:

My cat, Freddie often tends to go missing for a few days, but always comes back perfectly fine. This time, though, he came back limping, starving, and dehydrated.

He refuses to eat, even though he shows signs of clearly wanting the food we offer him (normal dry food, wet food, tuna, baby food, meat), and at first, he wouldn’t drink water either. We’ve been feeding him baby food with an eyedropper, but he dislikes that quite a bit, and it’s definitely not feeding him enough.

And now it seems to have gotten worse. He’s coughing every few minutes, and there seemed to be a bloody-looking mucus coming from his mouth earlier.

He needs to get to the vet, ASAP, but we don’t currently have the money to pay for a visit and treatment.

(pictures are most recent, to oldest)

Donate here, or PLEASE, PLEASE pass this around wherever and however you can.

I’d really like this to reach today, if it can. He needs to get to the vet as soon as possible.

oh my god

I can’t donate, but I can signal boost this. Please help this little guy. Please.

paulamaf2013:

socialjusticekoolaid:

What they won’t show you on CNN tonight: Ferguson residents line a parade of roses down W Florissant, leading to where Mike Brown was taken from this world. #staywoke #powerful #insolidarity 

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST

ephemeral-elegance:

Pearl Trimmed Ball Gown, 1811

via The Met

fashionsfromhistory:

Corset, Petticoat, & Sleeve Supports
c.1830, 1830s & c.1828
United States & British
MET

fashionsfromhistory:

Corset, Petticoat, & Sleeve Supports

c.1830, 1830s & c.1828

United States & British

MET