We also want to share with you the sorrows of your losses. The tributes of this district were brave and noble warriors, who brought honor to their families and pride to their people. We are all of us, united, both victors and vanquished, in serving a common purpose. The power, and glory of the Capitol. Panem today, Panem tomorrow, Panem forever.
it all makes perfect sense now. and .. good question.
no d december has finally begun. no one is ever allowe to use the letter again or you will be THROWN INTO THE UNGEON
We humbly regret to inform you that while your last post was highly informative, the usage of the letter-that-shall-not-be-written/spoken, was prevalent twice. Thus this warrant for your arrest, to be thrown in our castle’s basement for the entirety of the twelfth month.
Im in the prison right now it has excellent wifi
"[My mom] lives on a Havasu reservation in Arizona with her new husband and three replacement kids. Oh, and she inexplicably mails me a cactus every Valentine’s Day. And I’m like, “Thanks a heap, Coyote Ugly. This cactus-gram stings even worse than your abandonment.”
would you like some cream cheese on your beagle
keep your cream cheese away from my dog
DO YOU SEE IT NOW?
i think i just wasted about half an hour of my life staring at this.
It switches sides when you look at it using the left and right sides of your brain.
my brain hurts
this planet sucks nothing works. the Volcanoes dont work like 1/10 of them work. the ocean is poorly lit. the dryers in public washrooms dont do shit. im sick of this place
When Ben Nunery and his wife Ali got married in 2009, they had just closed on their new house, so they took the opportunity to take their wedding photos in the empty home.
Just four and a half years later, after Ali’s tragic death from cancer at at the age of 31 in 2011, Ben and his young daughter Olivia got ready to move to a new house, but they wanted to say goodbye to the old one. So they recreated these special photos from Ben and Ali’s wedding day, as a way to remember the happy times.
Waterfalls are coming out of my face???
“Start on January 1st with an empty jar. Throughout the year write the good things that happened to you on little pieces of paper. On December 31st, open the jar and read all the amazing things that happened to you that year.”
I’m reblogging this again, to remind people that reblogged this earlier in the year with the “I’M GOING TO DO THIS” comments. Now, here it is. I’m reminding you. You said you would do this. Now join me and start this Tuesday.
I genuinely love this idea. I am going to do this. I will post pictures of my jar and everything.
oh wow this is a beautiful idea