Mara Wilson (via sexatcoachella)
Two christmas tree worms, an anemone, and some general pictures of how beautiful today’s dive was. Just stunning.
OMG! MY FRIEND IS SO COOL! SO JELLY! THAT IS SO AWESOME! I MISS YOU HUNNY BUT ITS OKAY CAUSE YOURE IN PANAMA DOING AMAZING THINGS!!!! :3
Mother Teresa (via observando)
A girl in my creative writing class said this in response to a story we read about witnessing intimate partner violence and it really fucked with my head because I’ve never, ever, ever, thought of it that way. (via fuckinq)
Folks from Louisiana don’t move elsewhere often. They understand what it means to be from somewhere. If there is a hurricane, you rebuild. If there is a flood, you rebuild. You don’t run away from a problem. You fix it. This also makes it difficult to find authentic representations of Louisiana elsewhere. Gumbo isn’t a chicken wing. I love wings, but tons of people have left Buffalo and brought that tradition to the masses. The idea of moving because of weather is ludicrous to Louisianans no matter how many times someone asks, “Why do you live in a flood zone?” How can these same people think a gay person should have to move elsewhere, away from their families, in order to be protected by their state or country?
The Louisiana I know loves me as an equal, practices the concept of equality in its culture, and revels in individuality. Louisiana has the Independence Bowl, for crying out loud. Louisiana is not Alabama or Mississippi or Texas. It is the place where those places go to have fun.
I am not asking anyone to change their religious beliefs. I am just asking every Louisianan to consider having to move because of who they love. To be asked to leave behind bayous, Mardi Gras breaks, and crawfish boils because of who they love. To miss out on your niece’s softball games and Saturday night gumbo or have your kids grow up not knowing the history of a doubloon because of who they love. You see, you can’t duplicate Louisiana. This is why Louisianans, more than anyone, with their understanding of religious, ethnic and cultural diversity should lead the South into the future as a union, with justice and confidence. ❞
To The Louisiana I Know by Kristen Becker
Donald Glover (via arristide)
Cutting board + Weighing scale IN ONE!
*science boner intensifies*
omfg yes please.
Yes. Yes. Yes! Oh god/flying spaghetti monster, yes!
I SO WANT THIS
Coke dealers rejoice.
Things that should be in my kitchen