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yinyanglovee:

This is what should be portrayed in movies. Beautiful

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yinyanglovee:

This is what should be portrayed in movies. Beautiful

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jessicaisawolverine:

shantrinas:

tinymani:

mini-wrants:

detroitsomething:

Detroit was hit with intense flooding yesterday. Keep the city in your thoughts. I’ll look for a link you can follow if you’d like to help.

Holy shit. One friend was unable to get to work today. Hope it clears soon.

The suburbs outside of Detroit are flooded too. People are floating on air mattresses in my neighborhood just to get out of their homes and to higher ground.

OH MY GOD!!!! 

i DIDNT EVEN HEAR ABOUT THIS!!!

Its like Atlantis here right now and im listening to this hard ass rain starting again. We prolly gonna need some assistance.

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Timestamp: 1407884266

jessicaisawolverine:

shantrinas:

tinymani:

mini-wrants:

detroitsomething:

Detroit was hit with intense flooding yesterday. Keep the city in your thoughts. I’ll look for a link you can follow if you’d like to help.

Holy shit. One friend was unable to get to work today. Hope it clears soon.

The suburbs outside of Detroit are flooded too. People are floating on air mattresses in my neighborhood just to get out of their homes and to higher ground.

OH MY GOD!!!! 

i DIDNT EVEN HEAR ABOUT THIS!!!

Its like Atlantis here right now and im listening to this hard ass rain starting again. We prolly gonna need some assistance.

(via xonappylightness)

mashable:

#IfTheyGunnedMeDown Confronts How Minority Deaths Are Portrayed In Media

Following the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen on Saturday, and the ensuing media portrayal of his death, Twitter expressed outrage in the form of a hashtag: #IfTheyGunnedMeDown

(via black-culture)

Timestamp: 1407884120

mashable:

#IfTheyGunnedMeDown Confronts How Minority Deaths Are Portrayed In Media

Following the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen on Saturday, and the ensuing media portrayal of his death, Twitter expressed outrage in the form of a hashtag: #IfTheyGunnedMeDown

(via black-culture)

voltizer:

okay this is from spirited away and i think it is possibly the most beautiful thing.

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Timestamp: 1407883812

voltizer:

okay this is from spirited away and i think it is possibly the most beautiful thing.

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defjamblr:

SINCE 1984: On this day, August 12, 2003, State Property released, “The Chain Gang Vol. 2” On Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam Recordings.

Timestamp: 1407883470

defjamblr:

SINCE 1984: On this day, August 12, 2003, State Property released, “The Chain Gang Vol. 2” On Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam Recordings.

craftedincarhartt:

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WE ARE GIFTED FOR SOMETHING

Call it a hobby. Call it a career. Call it your way of life. We all have that certain area that comes as if it’s second nature and feels a bit like home. For some it’s horses, paintingstarting a business, giving back to the community, or even fire dancing. The trick is finding the path that calls to you and following it. 
As I write this, I realize that this blog is a bit like home to me. I get to share the things I’ve learned from some of the most inspiring women around the country. If there is one piece of advice that rings true in almost every woman’s story, it’s that you take each step towards your passion one day at a time. You don’t become a master of your trade in a few hours. It’s a lifetime pursuit. Don’t be discouraged if you aren’t the experienced wonder woman you dream to be yet. Every skill you learn brings you one leap closer to your goal. Get out there and figure out what makes you tick! 
I recently read this quote by Marie Curie, someone I’ve looked up to since I was a young girl. Curie was a physicist, a chemist, and the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Her work was her driving force and her experiments helped shape much of the world today. Now we’re not all scientists and we won’t all win the Nobel Prize, but we can change and shift our communities and those around us. A strong woman can move mountains just like Curie showed us that a strong woman could break the rules of physics. 
 
"We must believe that we are gifted for something and that is the thing at whatever cost, must be attained." -Marie Curie 

what I wore: Carhartt Women’s Sandstone Kenai Parka & Women’s Series 1889 Slim Double Front Pants

Timestamp: 1407883457

craftedincarhartt:

click on photos for slideshow

WE ARE GIFTED FOR SOMETHING

Call it a hobby. Call it a career. Call it your way of life. We all have that certain area that comes as if it’s second nature and feels a bit like home. For some it’s horses, paintingstarting a business, giving back to the community, or even fire dancing. The trick is finding the path that calls to you and following it. 
As I write this, I realize that this blog is a bit like home to me. I get to share the things I’ve learned from some of the most inspiring women around the country. If there is one piece of advice that rings true in almost every woman’s story, it’s that you take each step towards your passion one day at a time. You don’t become a master of your trade in a few hours. It’s a lifetime pursuit. Don’t be discouraged if you aren’t the experienced wonder woman you dream to be yet. Every skill you learn brings you one leap closer to your goal. Get out there and figure out what makes you tick! 
I recently read this quote by Marie Curie, someone I’ve looked up to since I was a young girl. Curie was a physicist, a chemist, and the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Her work was her driving force and her experiments helped shape much of the world today. Now we’re not all scientists and we won’t all win the Nobel Prize, but we can change and shift our communities and those around us. A strong woman can move mountains just like Curie showed us that a strong woman could break the rules of physics. 
 
"We must believe that we are gifted for something and that is the thing at whatever cost, must be attained." -Marie Curie 

what I wore: Carhartt Women’s Sandstone Kenai Parka & Women’s Series 1889 Slim Double Front Pants

FAVES! THEY SLIP WITH ANYTHING

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FAVES! THEY SLIP WITH ANYTHING

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