nostalgic, warming, charming, rude and occasionally quite troubling


Badgley Mischka Pre-Fall 2014

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adessive:

Be Born Again, Dr. Kim

adessive:

Be Born Again, Dr. Kim

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eriebasin:

19th Century Oddfellows Eye of Providence Painted Silk Aprons, $195/each

eriebasin:

19th Century Oddfellows Eye of Providence Painted Silk Aprons, $195/each

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eriebasin:

19th Century Oddfellows Eye of Providence Painted Silk Aprons, $195/each

eriebasin:

19th Century Oddfellows Eye of Providence Painted Silk Aprons, $195/each

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ruineshumaines:

Liz Climo on Tumblr.

Previoulsy: 1 - 2

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eatsleepdraw:

A little hummingbird to say hello!

eatsleepdraw:

A little hummingbird to say hello!

impetrate:

atraversso:

Wood forget-me-not / Myosotis sylvatica by stoplamek on Flickr.


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hifas:

Untitled Natalie Kucken | Tumblr

impetrate:

everlytrue:

[by Erich McVey]


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theuppitynegras:

thedalekmaster:

transgalacticwanderer:

innuendorose:

stridersis:

artificially-gendered:

Last Wednesday one of my teachers that knows I’m trans* was talking to me in front of the class and used the wrong pronouns. 5 mins later she came up to me, handing me a really nice brand new sketch book and simply said “Merry Christmas” and walked away. I took the sketchbook and said thanks and I opened it up to find a note saying “Sorry I called you a she.” Little things like this can just make my day.

THAT’S JUST REALLY AWESOME, OKAY?  OKAY.

WOW SUPER NICE

This is how I wish people handled apologizing, simply acknowledging their fuck up, saying their sorry (and meaning it), and not turning it into a public scene.

good people :)

this is nice :)

theuppitynegras:

thedalekmaster:

transgalacticwanderer:

innuendorose:

stridersis:

artificially-gendered:

Last Wednesday one of my teachers that knows I’m trans* was talking to me in front of the class and used the wrong pronouns. 5 mins later she came up to me, handing me a really nice brand new sketch book and simply said “Merry Christmas” and walked away. I took the sketchbook and said thanks and I opened it up to find a note saying “Sorry I called you a she.” Little things like this can just make my day.

THAT’S JUST REALLY AWESOME, OKAY?  OKAY.

WOW SUPER NICE

This is how I wish people handled apologizing, simply acknowledging their fuck up, saying their sorry (and meaning it), and not turning it into a public scene.

good people :)

this is nice :)

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s.t.