May 20th, 2014
I want to be the last person who ever kisses you… That sounds bad, like a death threat or something. What I’m trying to say is, you’re it. This is it for me.
Eleanor & Park, Rainbow Rowell  (via bourbonandpearls)

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April 29th, 2014

imsirius:

Harry and Hermione

(Source: igperish)

April 23rd, 2014
We now know that 24 hours without sleep, or a week of sleeping four or five hours a night induces an impairment equivalent to a blood alcohol level of .1 percent. We would never say, ‘This person is a great worker! He’s drunk all the time!’ yet we continue to celebrate people who sacrifice sleep for work.
December 25th, 2012
December 24th, 2012
ginandbird:

currently… with the boys…

ginandbird:

currently… with the boys…

(via therusticarchives-deactivated20)

December 23rd, 2012
beinglazyisaskill:

themajesticowl:


Crying omg. 


like, how can you not reblog this? 

beinglazyisaskill:

themajesticowl:

Crying omg. 

like, how can you not reblog this? 

(via ashlee-curry)

October 22nd, 2012

Most interesting (wo)man in the world

The best thing that’s happened to me in a while is going to my favorite hair place in town and only being charged $2 for a haircut.

October 15th, 2012
I don’t like tattoos… but I think this one is really cool

I don’t like tattoos… but I think this one is really cool

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October 9th, 2012
medicalschool:

Doctors’ sloppy handwriting kills more than 7,000 people annually. It’s a shocking statistic, and, according to a July 2006 report from the National Academies of Science’s Institute of Medicine (IOM), preventable medication mistakes also injure more than 1.5 million Americans annually. Many such errors result from unclear abbreviations and dosage indications and illegible writing on some of the 3.2 billion prescriptions written in the U.S. every year. 
Read more of this TIME Magazine Article

medicalschool:

Doctors’ sloppy handwriting kills more than 7,000 people annually. It’s a shocking statistic, and, according to a July 2006 report from the National Academies of Science’s Institute of Medicine (IOM), preventable medication mistakes also injure more than 1.5 million Americans annually. Many such errors result from unclear abbreviations and dosage indications and illegible writing on some of the 3.2 billion prescriptions written in the U.S. every year.