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aceflux: similar to genderflux in that how asexual you feel tends to flux in and out in intensity. some days you may feel apathetic toward sex, then others you might feel entirely sex-repulsed, and some days you’re just like sex? yeah. cool.  

aroflux: similar to genderflux in that how aromantic you feel tends to flux in and out in intensity. some days you may feel apathetic toward romance, then others you might feel entirely romance-repulsed, and some days you’re just like romance? yeah. cool. 

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"In my own little corner, in my own little chair

I can be, whatever I want to be…” for Husssel

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Obit of the Day (Historical): Greyfriars Bobby (1872)
In 1854, John Gray, a night watchman for the Edinburgh City Police passed away. He was buried in Greyfriars Kirkyard. Standing guard was Mr. Gray’s Skye terrier, Bobby, who would remain by his master’s grave for the next fourteen years.
Bobby, or Greyfriars Bobby, became an Edinburgh legend. His license was paid for by the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, and a local pub, would feed the small dog. 
Greyfriars Bobby died on January 14, 1872 and was buried near his former master. The dog was rumored to be sixteen years old.
Every year, at 12:30 local time, a memorial is held for Bobby at his gravestone in Greyfriars Kirkyard. There is a monument to Bobby, as well, which is designated as the smaller building in all of Edinburgh. (It was originally a fountain for humans and dogs but health scares forced the shut off of the water in 1975.)
There are some who doubt Bobby’s story. Several historians document a history of stray dogs who simply wandered cemeteries and were fed by locals and appeared to be connected with one particular grave. Others believe that Bobby actually died years before and was replaced by a second terrier. 
But since there is no evidence to completely refute the original story, people have honored the faithful dog for over 140 years.
Sources: Wikipedia and The Edinburgh Reporter
(Image, supposedly of Greyfriars Bobby, circa 1865 is courtesy of wikimedia.org)

I visited Greyfriars Bobby’s grave during a visit to Edinburgh in December 2013. I also dined at the pub named after him, which is right next to the churchyard in which he and his master are buried, and there’s a Victorian fountain in front of the pub with a little sculpture of Bobby and a memorial plaque. This dear, loyal dog’s memory is still very much alive in beautiful Edinburgh.

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obitoftheday:

Obit of the Day (Historical): Greyfriars Bobby (1872)

In 1854, John Gray, a night watchman for the Edinburgh City Police passed away. He was buried in Greyfriars Kirkyard. Standing guard was Mr. Gray’s Skye terrier, Bobby, who would remain by his master’s grave for the next fourteen years.

Bobby, or Greyfriars Bobby, became an Edinburgh legend. His license was paid for by the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, and a local pub, would feed the small dog. 

Greyfriars Bobby died on January 14, 1872 and was buried near his former master. The dog was rumored to be sixteen years old.

Every year, at 12:30 local time, a memorial is held for Bobby at his gravestone in Greyfriars Kirkyard. There is a monument to Bobby, as well, which is designated as the smaller building in all of Edinburgh. (It was originally a fountain for humans and dogs but health scares forced the shut off of the water in 1975.)

There are some who doubt Bobby’s story. Several historians document a history of stray dogs who simply wandered cemeteries and were fed by locals and appeared to be connected with one particular grave. Others believe that Bobby actually died years before and was replaced by a second terrier. 

But since there is no evidence to completely refute the original story, people have honored the faithful dog for over 140 years.

Sources: Wikipedia and The Edinburgh Reporter

(Image, supposedly of Greyfriars Bobby, circa 1865 is courtesy of wikimedia.org)

I visited Greyfriars Bobby’s grave during a visit to Edinburgh in December 2013. I also dined at the pub named after him, which is right next to the churchyard in which he and his master are buried, and there’s a Victorian fountain in front of the pub with a little sculpture of Bobby and a memorial plaque. This dear, loyal dog’s memory is still very much alive in beautiful Edinburgh.

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Art Nouveau deliciousness for YOU. You’re welcome.

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harpa-zein:

 

Art Nouveau deliciousness for YOU. You’re welcome.

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[Fairytales Retold] Disney in Ancient Asia ~ Tangled ~

↳Set in Ancient India where Sonam Kapoor is Rapunzel, a beautiful young woman who lives with her evil stepmother on a fort in the middle of a great lake and Ranveer Singh is Raj, the lovable scoundrel that finds her. Stolen by the evil witch as a baby from the palace, Rapunzel grew up lonely but bright. Her only company are the doves that fly from the nearby mountains that surround the lake until, one day when the witch leaves on her monthly travels, a young ruffian shows up at the fort. Raj tells Rapunzel he was running from some unsavory folks and, having found a small barge hidden away in some trees by the shore, used it to flee his pursuers. Slowly but surely as the days go by, the two fall in love and Raj convinces Rapunzel that the world isn’t such a scary place as her mother had her believe. They flee the fort using the barge and Raj shows Rapunzel the beauty of the land. One day, they reach a city where a great, colorful festival is taking place and they join in the dancing and merry making. As luck would have it, the King and Queen are in attendance and they recognize the lost princess. They family reunites and the princess is crowned and taken to live in the castle with his family and Raj as her husband and consort.

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page 5.09 of hemlock is up!
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Just stand there cos I’m gonna hug you.

Makes you realize a hug can mean so many different things.

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All 53 Walt Disney Animation Studios Feature Films

↳ Saludos Amigos [6/53]
"Here’s an unusual expedition: artists, musicians, and writers setting out for a trip through Latin America to find new personalities, music and dances for their cartoon films. So, adios, Hollywood, and saludos, amigos."

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Goose was one of my first pets to photograph, he belongs to the Aldie Vet Clinic’s office assistant.  She adopted Goose when someone left him at the clinic because of his special needs.  She was able care for him and give him a new home.  When Goose arrived at my studio, his Momma let him down and he began sniffing around the space for about 10 minutes.  Once he had everything mapped out, we were ready to work.  It was really amazing to see him walk around the studio using his mental picture, and if you didn’t know any better, you would have no idea he couldn’t see!!!  In just 10 minutes, he had everything so perfectly figured out, that he could even walk up and jump up on the bed, knowing precisely where it was!!  He never bumped into anything and was very very very friendly.  He had a smile on his face the whole time, it was an amazing experience for me :)

Visit Suzanne’s website Paw Paw Pretty to see her wonderful pet photography.

Kitty with no eyes doesn’t know he’s supposed to see. Kitty with no eyes is perfectly normal. 

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from 1 to 10, how much does your heart hurts?

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spirited away + day & night

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Brothers Grimm's Homeland, 2013 | Kilian Schönberger

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