thinking made easy

My life is an open book, but make sure you read between the lines. I need to figure myself out one of these days because I'm a walking contradiction.
~CS.
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ri-science:

We made this animation for our December 2013 advent calendar - a journey through our chromosomes in 24 short films.
Watch the whole series here.

ri-science:

We made this animation for our December 2013 advent calendar - a journey through our chromosomes in 24 short films.

Watch the whole series here.

sofapizza:

Mary had a little Snoop Dogg

sofapizza:

Mary had a little Snoop Dogg

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whatshouldbetchescallme:

Other girls

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hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

yoncehaunted:

*SHOUTING TO THE HEAVENS*

Being a woman is kind of like being a cyclist in a city where all the cars represent men. You’re supposed to be able to share the road equally with cars, but that’s not how it works. The roads are built for cars and you spend a great deal of physical and mental energy being defensive and trying not to get hurt. Some of the cars WANT you to get hurt. They think you don’t have any place on the road at all. And if you do get hurt by a car, everyone makes excuses that it’s your fault.

A friend of a friend (via onesmallflowerofeternity)

Pretty good.

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churchvan:

if your boyfriend doesn’t worship your butt then he’s a lame and i’m very sorry you have to deal with that

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

staythatswhatimeanttosay:

In case you are a fan of same sex unions, weddings in general,or are just really itching to know what I look like (or my wife, as I haven’t posted a picture of her yet[she’s the adorable one in the suspenders]) here’s the promised wedding picture spam.

Best day of my life. 

One Sunday Morning, I found her in a bathtub full of milk, surrounded by little pink rose petals. Her brown mascara running down flushed cheeks. I asked her what in the hell she was doing and she gave me the sweetest little smile before saying ‘the sadness was beginning to thin my bones.’ I called my mom, desperately asked her what do do. She told me to take her to the hospital. I couldn’t though. I just fucking couldn’t. So I wrapped her in her favorite light blue towel instead. Held her tight. Kissed her hair. Breathed her in. Ask her what was wrong, and when she said nothing, told her I loved her. Eighteen times. Eighteen goddamn times. Brought her to my car. Opened all of the windows. Pointed out the different shades of orange and violet in the sky [it was only 4AM.] And once she began turning drowsy, stopped at the grocery store and let her sit in the cart. Bought her two bags of clementines and five cartons of strawberries.

Once we got home I opened up the China cabinet and took out one of my grandmothers favorite pieces before letting it shatter directly in front of her feet. And when she looked up at me wide eyed, completely stunned, I fell to the floor sobbing at her feet. Draped my arms around her legs. Told her that I didn’t want for that to be her, that I couldn’t let that become her. And when she knelt down to cradle me, I let the tremors slow before kissing her kneecaps gently and confessing to her that I needed her, too.



That night she brought home my favorite brand of rainbow sherbet ice cream and laid with me as I stared at the ceiling fan. Ran her fingers through my hair, down my chest, along my face. And when the cold sweats came, she listened intently to my shaky, broken murmurs and kissed my nose. She was the first girl to ever teach me that our sadness is not beautiful, but instead desperate, filthy and vile. BUT LOVE? I don’t care what you say or how corny it sounds, love is fucking heart wrenchingly beautiful. And truth be told, no one can fix you. No one will come along and bandage up your goddamn broken soul and make it new again. But someone who truly loves you, can always hold your hand whilst you save yourself. That was the most important lesson anyone ever taught me and I loved her for it, I really did.

Abbie Nielsen, On Loving Someone Who is Just Sad (via elderberryhoney)

(Source: passionandcoffeestains)

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