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pleatedjeans:

Come along, Bort. [x]

Reblog for my sister // thehalcyoneffect

pleatedjeans:

Come along, Bort. [x]

Reblog for my sister // thehalcyoneffect



cameralinz:

i am a fucking delight, i whisper to no one as i put something witty in the tags.


perseidbadger:

the best kind of friendships are fierce lady friendships where you aggressively believe in each other, defend each other, and think the other deserves the world.


gardensandyou:

sliceofbri:

short hair pros

  • no tangles
  • only 1 box of dye no matter how thick your hair is!
  • wow you save like $18372 on shampoo and product
  • people can play with your hair without getting tangles
  • can fluff it like a punk or slick it back like a classy person

short hair cons

  • like 3 style options. maybe 4.
  • no mermaid hair when you swim
  • no hair-stache
  • sticks up at crazy angles while you sleep
  • can never sleep with wet hair
  • ever.
accurate ^^



where-is-my-comb:

Raven’s dad was a hardcore sass-master.







twinkletarsals:

why is your dog zaboomafoo 

twinkletarsals:

why is your dog zaboomafoo 










life-gift-love-eternal:

Christ-Centered Marriage

This is so beautiful!



squaremeal:

(via Berry Kombucha Sangria - Edible Perspective -)

squaremeal:

(via Berry Kombucha Sangria - Edible Perspective -)



“Are you becoming more sweet-spirited, more like Jesus? Are you looking soberly in the mirror each day and praying, ‘Lord, I want to conform to Your image in every area of my life’? Or has your bitterness taken root, turning into rebellion and hardness of heart? Have you learned to shield yourself from the convicting voice of God’s Spirit?”

David Wilkerson (via kvtes)




msleahqueenhbic:

weightingtoteach:

classroomcollective:

Dealing with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

Putting this here for reference… One of my students for next year has already been diagnosed and I may need this…

Saving for later because I have a number of students with ODD.

msleahqueenhbic:

weightingtoteach:

classroomcollective:

Dealing with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

Putting this here for reference… One of my students for next year has already been diagnosed and I may need this…

Saving for later because I have a number of students with ODD.











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