• 19th August
    2014
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isolated-animals:

mairelon:

el-hotel-bella-muerte:

insanityisallihavegoingforme:

meanwhileinpurgatory:

no-more-yielding-but-a-dream:

aconsultingblogger:

aidanturnerconfessions:

If you can show me a man that looks better than Richard Armitage in military uniform I will give you my first born

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I see your Tennant and raise you Hiddleston and Cumberbatch

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i see your hiddleston and cumberbatch and raise you ackles

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I acknowledge your Ackles and raise you Rogers

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BAM GERARD WAY

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Have a Sebastian Stan

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I sudden want to become a 1 woman USO. :)

(Source: majestickili, via evanescent-fallen-angel)

  • 19th August
    2014
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  • 28th July
    2014
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I wish I could stay asleep forever because when I’m there, he’s real & we’re together. Every time I wake up I have to face the fact that it was all a lie & it feels like my heart breaks all over again.

I miss my Hatter. I miss the dream.

  • 23rd July
    2014
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sara-meow:

turnerofficial:

towritelesbiansonherarms:

thinksquad:

A 5-year-old boy with an inoperable brain tumor has one wish for his birthday: a box full of birthday cards with his name on them.
Danny Nickerson, from Foxboro, Massachusetts, was diagnosed with an inoperable and chemotherapy-resistant tumor this past October. He has stopped going to kindergarten during therapy, and gets lonely, according to his family.
"He can recognize his name now," the boy’s mother Carley Nickerson told ABC News. "When he saw his name on the package from magical fairies on Easter, he was so happy."
Nickerson says personalized cards make Danny happy, and has opened a P.O. box to collect letters from well-wishers.
Doctors say less than 10% of children diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, like Danny, live beyond 18 months.
"I don’t really believe in that," Nickerson says. "He is doing great. Every day is a blessing for us."
Danny has received about 40 letters so far, and his birthday is on July 25th.
Letters can be sent to:
Danny Nickerson P.O. Box 212 Foxboro, MA 02035
http://6abc.com/society/5-year-old-boy-with-cancer-hopes-for-birthday-cards/201528/

LET’S FUCKING DO THIS!

Hey, this actually made it on my dash! Listen, folks, this little boy is from my area, and a bunch of my friends and family have already sent out their birthday cards to him! Please join us all and make him some cards FILLED with love! And I’m sure he’ll be thrilled to receive some birthday cards from far away places, too! Please please please please do this!!!!

Come on guys,this will probably be his last birthday. You can even make a card with printer paper and send it lettermail. Will cost you 5 dollars tops! <3 Went out today and got him a few things,I think he deserves it.

@MishaCollins Send this kid some love? All he wants is mail. GISHWHES is a perfect springboard for this act of kindness.

sara-meow:

turnerofficial:

towritelesbiansonherarms:

thinksquad:

A 5-year-old boy with an inoperable brain tumor has one wish for his birthday: a box full of birthday cards with his name on them.

Danny Nickerson, from Foxboro, Massachusetts, was diagnosed with an inoperable and chemotherapy-resistant tumor this past October. He has stopped going to kindergarten during therapy, and gets lonely, according to his family.

"He can recognize his name now," the boy’s mother Carley Nickerson told ABC News. "When he saw his name on the package from magical fairies on Easter, he was so happy."

Nickerson says personalized cards make Danny happy, and has opened a P.O. box to collect letters from well-wishers.

Doctors say less than 10% of children diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, like Danny, live beyond 18 months.

"I don’t really believe in that," Nickerson says. "He is doing great. Every day is a blessing for us."

Danny has received about 40 letters so far, and his birthday is on July 25th.

Letters can be sent to:

Danny Nickerson
P.O. Box 212
Foxboro, MA 02035


http://6abc.com/society/5-year-old-boy-with-cancer-hopes-for-birthday-cards/201528/

LET’S FUCKING DO THIS!

Hey, this actually made it on my dash! Listen, folks, this little boy is from my area, and a bunch of my friends and family have already sent out their birthday cards to him! Please join us all and make him some cards FILLED with love! And I’m sure he’ll be thrilled to receive some birthday cards from far away places, too! Please please please please do this!!!!



Come on guys,this will probably be his last birthday. You can even make a card with printer paper and send it lettermail. Will cost you 5 dollars tops! <3 Went out today and got him a few things,I think he deserves it.

@MishaCollins Send this kid some love? All he wants is mail. GISHWHES is a perfect springboard for this act of kindness.

  • 22nd July
    2014
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  • 21st July
    2014
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An old acquaintance on Facebook made a comment about my stance on the Border Children issue.

I think it is our responsibility as humans to take them in & take care of them. Give them the best possible chance like any other child, like we want for our own children.

The person who commented said they would never send their kids hundreds of miles to a strange place but I think he’s wrong. And this is my response to him.

Really? Even if it meant saving them from death? From slavery? From a life that you know they will NEVER get a chance?

Yes, any parent that truly loved their child would take that risk. Because the alternative is so much worse. Think of the parents who gave their children to soldiers during the Vietnam War begging them to take them to America for a better life. All the way back to the Europeans who sent their children alone on boats across the Atlantic to the New World because they could only afford to send them. What about during WWII all the children sent out of Paris & London to the homes of strangers to save them from being bombed.

Parents have been making that heartbreakingly hard decision since the dawn of humanity to send their kids away in hopes they make it to a better place.

The difference between then & now is that back then we as humans were a lot more caring & altruistic.

So before you make judgements on the parents who are sending their children over the border, think about what you would do for your child to give them a better life…

Then think about all the children out there in this country, right now, who need homes. The foster system is filled with children just waiting for the right person to take them in & show them they matter.

  • 6th July
    2014
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  • 4th July
    2014
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moxiearien:

cresentmoon2000:

katiaobinger:

the true american experience is wondering if you just heard firecrackers or gunshots

PLEASE TELL ME THIS IS A JOKE

bonus points: both are illegal in your state and you still cannot tell

Both are legal in my state & it scares me because there was a gun shot mixed in with the firecrackers the other night & no one found the body until the morning. :-/ a kid shot himself at the park I take my son to….

(via lalunepleure)

  • 4th July
    2014
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  • 3rd July
    2014
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pronetoobsess:

Just some of the details I threw together last minute for my husband’s bday dinner. It was supposed to be a small, informal affair, but I thought of a few things while he was watching Doctor Who last night. :)


awesome :)

pronetoobsess:

Just some of the details I threw together last minute for my husband’s bday dinner. It was supposed to be a small, informal affair, but I thought of a few things while he was watching Doctor Who last night. :)

awesome :)

(via doctorwho)

  • 3rd July
    2014
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