ruinedchildhood:

me as a teacher

But really. This would earn me a lot of points.

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It’s tanktop season, boys.

jaylanun:

Adam and Eve, not Adam with sleeves





Different Dog Breeds Under 3 Weeks Old

taskscape:

theblogforadog:

American Staffordshire Terrier

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Bloodhound

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Dalmatian 

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German Shepherds

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German Shorthaired Pointers

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Goldendoodles 

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Irish Wolfhounds

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Italian Spinones

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Mudi (a rare herding breed, more info here)

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Siberian Husky

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PRECIOUS TINY BABIES

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Invited a drag queen friend to play practice today. This is going to be a fun adventure!



#things I didn't know I'd ever say  


jaylanun:

I’m way into theology for not actually having one

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altarandhour:

catdad:

Has anyone invented Cards For Humanity yet? It would be the opposite of Cards Against Humanity. A really warm, uplifting and loving card game.

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would not play

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leadingtone:

R. Strauss
"Morgen," Op. 27 Nº 4

Christine Brewer
BBC Symphony, Walter Weller

And tomorrow the sun will shine again,
and on the path that I will take
we, the lucky ones, will be united once more
amidst the sun-breathing Earth.

And to the shore, its wide, blue waves,
we will quietly and slowly descend.
Then we will look into one another’s eyes
and the silence of happiness will fall upon us.

(via no-tritones-for-you)





I liked this before I got to the part about 73 beginning band. WHAT?? But have a good day off :)

I’ll be begging for 3 sections, basically. If they let me split it up by instrument  family, my life will be GLORIOUS.



#icouldflylikeabird  



schwartz1e:

can we talk about this.

because we REALLY need to talk about this.

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godthings:

“We have lived for too long with the arts as the pretty bit around the edge with the reality as a non-artistic thing in the middle. But the world is charged with the grandeur of God. Why should we not celebrate and rejoice in that? And the answer sometimes is because the world is also a messy and nasty and horrible place. And, of course, some artists make a living out of representing the world as a very ugly and wicked and horrible place. And our culture has slid in both directions so that we have got sentimental art on the one hand and brutalist art in the other. And if you want to find sentimental art then, tragically, the church is often a good place to look, as people when they want to paint religious pictures screen out the nasty bits. But genuine art, I believe, takes seriously the fact that the world is full of the glory of God, and that it will be full as the waters cover the sea, and, at present (Rom 8), it is groaning in travail. Genuine art responds to that triple awareness: of what is true (the beauty that is there), of what will be true (the ultimate beauty), and of the pain of the present, and holds them together as the psalms do, and asks why and what and where are we. You can do that in music, and you can do that in painting. And our generation needs us to do that not simply to decorate the gospel but to announce the gospel.”

— N. T. Wright (via recycledsoul)

(Source: naminganimals)