Sep 11, 2014
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gifcraft:

A prairie dog was too fat to get out of his hole

gifcraft:

A prairie dog was too fat to get out of his hole

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Sep 10, 2014
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Sometimes I wonder if we make big moves because we underestimate the importance of smaller ones. Years are just an accumulation of thousands of hours, and what we choose to do with each of them matters.

— Have Mother, Will Travel by Claire and Mia Fontaine

Aug 19, 2014
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bethrevis:

US Constitution, First Amendment: The right to assemble, to have free speech, to have freedom of the press.

Ferguson Police: Kicks out media and limits protestors to a “First Amendment Area”image

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Aug 18, 2014
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Monday morning, up early, can’t sleep, could have used those last two hours before today begins. 

Monday morning, up early, can’t sleep, could have used those last two hours before today begins. 

Aug 17, 2014
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bublog:

When BUB sniffed Grumpy.

bublog:

When BUB sniffed Grumpy.

Aug 1, 2014
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Reblogged from badwolfbutch

badwolfbutch:

just a reminder that you’re looking super ultra cute today

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bluestockingbookworm:

bookmad:

c-parks:

bookmad in one text

pretty much. ;)

This is me when my husband says he has to drop me off early somewhere. “It’s ok! I have my book!”

bluestockingbookworm:

bookmad:

c-parks:

bookmad in one text

pretty much. ;)

This is me when my husband says he has to drop me off early somewhere. “It’s ok! I have my book!”

(via classiclibrarian)

Jul 28, 2014
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Dinner: Spanish tortilla of potatoes, onions, basil, and eggs with a bowl of tomatoes and mozzarella. Thank you, summer.

Jul 27, 2014
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Baba ganoush.

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.

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