January152014

junk-yard-doll:

celiabasto:

100% ART / James Paterson

(via mudwerks)

November252013
September22013
July72013

don’t feel sorry for me.
I am a competent,
satisfied human being.

be sorry for the others
who
fidget
complain

who
constantly
rearrange their
lives
like
furniture.

juggling mates
and
attitudes

their
confusion is
constant

and it will
touch
whoever they
deal with.

beware of them:
one of their
key words is
“love.”

and beware those who
only take
instructions from their
God

for they have
failed completely to live their own
lives.

don’t feel sorry for me
because I am alone

for even
at the most terrible
moments
humor
is my
companion.

I am a dog walking
backwards

I am a broken
banjo

I am a telephone wire
strung up in
Toledo, Ohio

I am a man
eating a meal
this night
in the month of
September.

put your sympathy
aside.
they say
water held up
Christ:
to come
through
you better be
nearly as
lucky.

For the Foxes - Charles Bukowski (via legomyeggowave)
July42013
shouldahadav8:

Happy Independence Day! #bestcostumefortheday

shouldahadav8:

Happy Independence Day! #bestcostumefortheday

June222013
Free Printable. Reflecting on the phrase since it was first used in zine in 2007.
….”So, can you imagine it? Can you imagine if all women, men and children everywhere (or even just in this country) simultaneously no longer cared about their looks and their size? What kind of energy would people have left over for themselves and others if they are no longer hating themselves or trying to fit themselves in a mold that is not their size? And what would they do with that energy? Perhaps they would help other people more. Perhaps they would exercise for fun and eat what their body craves naturally and not what is morally acceptable.  Perhaps they would save lots of money and have more time to think about things other than what their body looks like. And, even more exciting - with this lack of judgement on themselves people would no longer judge other people on looks or size. Can you imagine the ramifications of that? - See more at: http://www.ponyboypress.com/2013/06/body-positive-printable.html

Free Printable. Reflecting on the phrase since it was first used in zine in 2007.

….”So, can you imagine it? Can you imagine if all women, men and children everywhere (or even just in this country) simultaneously no longer cared about their looks and their size? What kind of energy would people have left over for themselves and others if they are no longer hating themselves or trying to fit themselves in a mold that is not their size? And what would they do with that energy? Perhaps they would help other people more. Perhaps they would exercise for fun and eat what their body craves naturally and not what is morally acceptable.  Perhaps they would save lots of money and have more time to think about things other than what their body looks like. And, even more exciting - with this lack of judgement on themselves people would no longer judge other people on looks or size. Can you imagine the ramifications of that? - See more at: http://www.ponyboypress.com/2013/06/body-positive-printable.html

June162013
natgeofound:

Second Avenue, the main business street in Fairbanks, Alaska, with Christmas decorations lighting the street. Christmas Eve was 40 degrees below zero.Photograph by W. Robert Moore, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Second Avenue, the main business street in Fairbanks, Alaska, with Christmas decorations lighting the street. Christmas Eve was 40 degrees below zero.
Photograph by W. Robert Moore, National Geographic

June142013
natgeofound:

People on the beach in Germany as a plane flies overhead, 1928.Photograph by Wilhelm Tobien, National Geographic

natgeofound:

People on the beach in Germany as a plane flies overhead, 1928.
Photograph by Wilhelm Tobien, National Geographic

8PM
natgeofound:

A balloon vendor runs across a road with a trailing mass of balloons in Buenos Aires, November 1921.Photograph by Newton W. Gulick, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A balloon vendor runs across a road with a trailing mass of balloons in Buenos Aires, November 1921.
Photograph by Newton W. Gulick, National Geographic

8PM
natgeofound:

A curious cow on a hilltop tries to nibble a woman’s camera in Switzerland, November 1956.Photograph by Franc & Jean Shore, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A curious cow on a hilltop tries to nibble a woman’s camera in Switzerland, November 1956.
Photograph by Franc & Jean Shore, National Geographic

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