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rodenn:

RT Meme » [02/03] Things

Joe the Cat || Innovator, genius, a creative light for our time, I have been called none of these things, for I am just a retired cat.

danmeth:

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!
Here’s a collection of drawings that have nothing to do with St. Patrick’s Day other than the fact that they’re green!

theyuniversity:

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Hello, Anon.

It’s actually the “-pathy" words. ("Patheia" is Greek for feeling or suffering.)

Because there are numerous words that include the “-pathy" root, I’ll just go over the most common ones:

1. Antipathy: deep-seated hatred of something or someone.

Jim’s antipathy

gjmueller:

buzzfeed inspires:

Thanks Bob, you always know what to say. 

Because Mommy is forever.
It’s such a powerful name. Mommy means “I trust you.” Mommy means “you will protect me.” Mommy is for shouting when you need someone dependable and for laughing with when you are excited; Mommy is for crying on and cuddling with when you are sad or giggling and hiding behind when you are embarrassed. Mommy is the fixer of boo-boos and the mender of broken hearts. Mommy is a comfort place, a safe place. Mommy means you are mine and I am yours and we are family.

Katie Davis (via jessirynn)

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my daughter has recently started calling me “mommy” after calling me “mama” her whole little life, and it’s sooooo cute and i just melt and do whatever she wants lol

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theparisreview:

“What the best fantasy does—and what Le Guin does in spades—is give the impression that even when the book stops, the world inside its pages continues to exist beyond the bounds of the author’s invention.”
Read more of this week’s staff picks, including Ursula Le Guin’s Tales from Earthsea, Blek le Rat’s solo exhibition Ignorance is Bliss, and Lizzie Skurnick Books.

theparisreview:

“What the best fantasy does—and what Le Guin does in spades—is give the impression that even when the book stops, the world inside its pages continues to exist beyond the bounds of the author’s invention.”

Read more of this week’s staff picks, including Ursula Le Guin’s Tales from Earthsea, Blek le Rat’s solo exhibition Ignorance is Bliss, and Lizzie Skurnick Books.

sabrinanymph:

novemberhour:

bruxcat:

More pics -including a crochet Tardis- at "Crafty is Cool".

THEIR EXPRESSIONS ARE REMARKABLE

These are perfect.

gjmueller:

California school district hires firm to monitor students’ social media

A suburban Los Angeles school district is now looking at the public postings on social media by middle and high school students, searching for possible violence, drug use, bullying, truancy and suicidal threats.

Though critics liken the monitoring to government stalking, school officials and their contractor say the purpose is student safety.