oh god a lot of people reblogged this while I was asleep
omg it looks so good now i want the shirte
All 159 mistakes listed are actually just the same one over and over.
the fact that there are animals who can see colors that i cant which means that there are colors that exist that it is literally impossible for me to envision is such fucking bullshit that i wanna rip open a couch and eat it
There is an assumption of choice – that with enough effort this illness can be made to go away. But at some point the body is weary and a decision must be made. Continue the fight or surrender. It takes a very long time to make peace with the truth that the illness, this particular illness, is not going to go away. Not anytime soon. Not with the treatment available now.
It takes a very, very long time to accept the irony that winning the war requires embracing the enemy. With the embrace comes a real choice: the choice to fight not against the illness, but for the self. The choice to build a life with meaning – even if that life contains illness.
Once this peace is made the war ends and reconstruction can begin.
|—||Joy Selak & Stephen Overman, You don’t look sick! (via au-nte)|
It’s December already? How about some baby reindeer?
This is exactly what I wanted to see on my dash today.
"I make flowers out of napkins. No tape, no glue, no wire. It’s just a hobby that has turned into a business." He told me all about his business World Paper Flowers and how he uses Japanese Ikebana techniques in his flower making. "Oh I love them. What’s your name?"
"World. Arnold World."
"Oh, wow, I thought your business name was just referring to the fact that you’ve been all over."
"Nope. You know, only 2% of black slaves that were brought to America kept their names? I am in that 2%. I’m a 9th generation World."
You can see more of Arnold’s beautiful paper flowers here.