Apr 24, 2014
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Reblogged from iworkatapubliclibrary

Library, The Ideal

thatfaeriechick:

iworkatapubliclibrary:

I held a Minecraft program for children at my library branch.

Me: “To help celebrate National Library Week, the theme of today’s club is ‘The Ideal Library.’ Tell me some things libraries don’t already have that you think they should have.”

Kid #1: “A grocery store!”

Kid #2: “A bowling alley!”

Kid #3: “An ice skating rink!”

Kid #4: “Money!”

That last one, though. Preach it, Kid #4.

anglosexual:

undeadthug:



guess where abstinence-only education is taught

anglosexual:

undeadthug:

guess where abstinence-only education is taught

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Apr 23, 2014
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mrarchivist:

A vending machine for art? Yes please. 

(At the National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC).

mrarchivist:

A vending machine for art? Yes please.

(At the National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC).


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Reblogged from nickminichino
paperandparticles:

floraltablerunner:

nickminichino:

elm city market, new haven

LOL VEGETABLE TRENDS
paperandparticles aka broccoli
#hey world you can eat more than one vegetable! #it’s not all or nothing! #but way to go broccoli i am 100% behind you

Technically speaking, both broccoli and kale (and cabbages and collard greens, and cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts) are all just different cultivars of the same plant species, Brassica oleracea. So this is especially silly.
Also, my cousins-once-removed, i.e. my first cousin’s daughters, nicknamed me Broccoli, and it stuck.

paperandparticles:

floraltablerunner:

nickminichino:

elm city market, new haven

LOL VEGETABLE TRENDS

paperandparticles aka broccoli

#hey world you can eat more than one vegetable! #it’s not all or nothing! #but way to go broccoli i am 100% behind you

Technically speaking, both broccoli and kale (and cabbages and collard greens, and cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts) are all just different cultivars of the same plant species, Brassica oleracea. So this is especially silly.

Also, my cousins-once-removed, i.e. my first cousin’s daughters, nicknamed me Broccoli, and it stuck.


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Apr 18, 2014
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Reblogged from yourpersonalcheerleader

I will not belittle my achievements.

— 7 words or less affirmation for this week (via thatkindofwoman)

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Apr 17, 2014
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Reblogged from jocelynejunker

panpanisfandoms:

sickserene:

Truth

Had to reblog this again.

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Apr 16, 2014
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Reblogged from apanelofanalysts
modernanthology:

yeah girls

Again

modernanthology:

yeah girls

Again

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Woke at 4 a.m. to find Collin tucking in the seedlings to protect them from frost.

Woke at 4 a.m. to find Collin tucking in the seedlings to protect them from frost.

Apr 15, 2014
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Reblogged from eyesandash

Pronunciation: Brit. /ˈnɒvlti/ , U.S. /ˈnɑvəlti/

Etymology: < Anglo-Norman and Middle French novelté new situation (c1160 in Old French), Middle French, French nouveauté innovation, change (1280), character of that which is new (1280), something new (end of the 14th cent.), fashionable finery or fabric (1694), (plural) fabric of an unusual colour or design (1868) < novelnovel adj. + -té-ty suffix1.

a. Something new, not previously experienced, unusual, or unfamiliar; a novel thing.

b. A new custom or practice; an innovation.

c. Usu. in pl. News; tidings. Obs.

d. Innovation in thought or belief; heresy; (also) an instance of this.

e. An often useless or trivial but decorative or amusing object, esp. one relying for its appeal on the newness of its design.

http://oed.com/

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