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Might be going to Boston for my birthday

Maybe

the machine at work just gave me a free candy bar

this gun be a good day

sandan-ju-to-tenshi:

So mine and Vivi( strongheart-calmmind)’s one year anniversary is tomorrow (July 24th). We’ve known each other long before that, going on… I think eleven years now? But one year ago tomorrow is the day we officially became a couple, and I couldn’t be happier that we did. At the end of this month, we’ll be moving in together.

I don’t have the money that I wish I did to buy her a nice anniversary gift like she deserves, and with packing and work, I haven’t had a lot of time to sit down and make a nice intricate piece of art for her. But still, I wanted to make some gesture (I may take her out or make her a special dinner or something once we’re moved in). 

This is one of her favorite songs, and while I think I failed horribly at singing it (I’m sorry, darling, once my voice comes back I’ll try to redo it- XD), I think she will still appreciate it.

I love you so much, Vivi, can’t wait to see you <3

I’M GOING TO SLAP YOU

ArtistELUVEITIE / Morgan
TitleA Rose for Epona

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The quietest people have the loudest minds — Steven Hawking

(via purplebuddhaproject)

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Headcanon!

thelaotianpoet:

klahan-kamon, I dedicate a headcanon also for Uthai! ;; > ;;

You remember, right, how the national seal of Thailand is the Garuda? And gold/yellow is the most common color of the culture? (And may I add in Lao mythology, the Naga is the protector of the Lao people?)There is this famous Lao poem called ‘San Lup Bo Sun / San Leupphasun' (written during the 1800s when both of them were warring-) that “discusses relations between Laos and Siam in a veiled manner, using the Naga and the Garuda, to represent Laos and Siam, respectively.

And you also remember how in Hetalia, some nations’ births are based off mythology? (ex. Rome from the birth of Romulus and Remus?)

If you look up the legend of the Garuda and the Naga, it is said that both of them are brothers that shared the same mother. They will continue to fight until the end of time, making peace only for a short period of time.

I want to put this here for you and let you see for yourself! \v/

this is beautiful ;w;/

tarajosu:

Hatshepsut was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. She is generally regarded by Egyptologists as one of the most successful pharaohs, reigning longer than any other woman of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty.

ARTIST: RAIPUN

This is inspiring.

(via lordofthemediterranean)

lacroixsuisse:

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I am so mad… terribly mad.

Would it be intrusive to ask what has you so upset—?