corners in a round room

corners in a round room

I'm schwa and apparently I have a tumblr now.

Sometimes I forget I have ptsd until it’s like


Fuck. c:

cwtae-withthataxeeugene:

A delicately choreographed whatever the hell it is they’re doing.

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evilsoutherngentleman:

comicshans:

supervillan skeleton

oh my fucking GOD THIS IS GENIUS

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gameofchrons:

getting notes on a selfie

image

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I taught Stitch to play dead because she needed to learn more fun tricks, and we got to the point where she’ll just go completely limp until I ‘revive’ her.

But now she mooches for treats by walking up to me, looking me square in the face, and just fucking keeling over.

I love dogs.

  • Little boy: Mommy, why is Wonder Woman not wearing any pants?
  • The Mom: Because Wonder Woman has amazing thighs and she could crush men with them if they insult her.
  • Little Boy: I wanna be Wonder Woman.
  • The Mom: Don't we all.

lizclimo:

that’s why

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Summer rains are my favorite thing.

lampsarepeopletoo:

i dont even sleep anymore i just die for a couple hours each day

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astrodidact:

This Tree Is Growing 40 Different Kinds Of Fruit At Once

This single (and quite colorfully blossoming) tree grows 40 different varieties of peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries, and even almonds — but just how does it do it?

It does it through the process of chip grafting. After sculptor Sam Van Aken bought a failing orchard in upstate New York full of hundreds of different fruit trees, he began the pain-staking process of grafting several of the different varieties together into one tree. Six years later, the result is this 40-fruit bearing tree, which includes some heirloom varieties that are centuries old.

Image: Sam Van Aken

http://io9.com/this-tree-is-growing-40-different-kinds-of-fruit-at-onc-1608917128

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When someone reminds you of how important you are to them, how they still care for and love you, it’s like so much weight has been lifted off of your shoulders. A big relief that they’re still there. Reassuring, it’s a good feeling.

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Years ago, death was considered a natural part of life and most people died at home, surrounded by families. Today, most people die in hospitals and death is commonly regarded as a medical failure rather than a natural event.
Emergency Nursing made Incredibly Easy (2007) Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (via traumabarbie)

This is what I have been trying to say!

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