timetrabble:

Time Trabble - Illusion [x]
Time Trabble by Mikey Heller [webcomic | website | tumblr | twitter]

timetrabble:

Time Trabble - Illusion [x]

Time Trabble by Mikey Heller
[webcomic | website | tumblr | twitter]

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huffingtonpost:

Excited for the opulent purple wedding tonight? See inspiration on how to have your own here.

(Source: Milestone ImagesGruber PhotographersLion in the SunQuasi StudiosPat Dy PhotographyAlexa Lane on Etsy, and Jamie Clayton via Southern Weddings)

(via catastrophyc)

Just a thing I was thinking

Images blur

skitter

across the flittering screen behind my eyes

Just as soon as the images come

they go

Everything must go.

A mental cry echoes through

please               

these memories

They mean something

Faint, white noise behind those eyes

And as soon as it comes

It goes.

A dull recognition

grasps to be held

but the images

They swirl and swish and diminish

They cannot be kept

They cannot find a way

Nothing can stay.

While around us

the memories hold

and lives, unperturbed, stay well told

Still the memories

behind these eyes

fade.

Nothing can stay.

Everything goes.

dudeedu:

gjmueller:

"Good Job" Alternatives

Parents and teachers often say “good job” as an automatic response to a child’s action. “You ate all of your peas. Good job!” “You did a good job putting away the toys.”
A “good job” now and then is fine, but it doesn’t help children understand why what they did was good. Preschoolers need to know what they did, why it worked, or why it shows they are capable. Try the following suggestions to give preschoolers specific, detailed information that recognizes their achievements and encourages their learning.

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Not just for preschool

dudeedu:

gjmueller:

"Good Job" Alternatives

Parents and teachers often say “good job” as an automatic response to a child’s action. “You ate all of your peas. Good job!” “You did a good job putting away the toys.”

A “good job” now and then is fine, but it doesn’t help children understand why what they did was good. Preschoolers need to know what they did, why it worked, or why it shows they are capable. Try the following suggestions to give preschoolers specific, detailed information that recognizes their achievements and encourages their learning.

Print/share PDF

Not just for preschool

uispeccoll:

The internet may be full of cats, but so are some of our historical documents. Here is a cigarette ad featuring some dapper, and surprisingly tobacco-loving felines. T. [MsC0202 box 13]

Richmond! :)

uispeccoll:

The internet may be full of cats, but so are some of our historical documents. Here is a cigarette ad featuring some dapper, and surprisingly tobacco-loving felines. T. [MsC0202 box 13]

Richmond! :)

cassandraclare:

I was feeling bad about being unforthcoming with spoilers, so have some Clace feels from Cassandra Jean’s postcard set for City of Heavenly Fire! (Yes, these are all scenes that happen.)

cassandraclare:

I was feeling bad about being unforthcoming with spoilers, so have some Clace feels from Cassandra Jean’s postcard set for City of Heavenly Fire! (Yes, these are all scenes that happen.)

Crazy-Mental-Happy-Dance

Just signed up for Fall classes in LIS!! I’m taking Access to Information, Organization of Information, and (personal freakout commenced here) Library Materials and Services to Teens!!!!

It’s gonna be the BEST and I’m EXCITED and I have NO IDEA what to expect but I DON’T CARE!! :D :D :D

gilldoesbookstuff:

”..From the streets of Rome to the caves of the Kirin and beyond, humans, chimaera, and seraphim will fight, strive, love, and die in an epic theater that transcends good and evil, right and wrong, friend and enemy.

Book 3 in the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy, Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor April 29, 2013

(via thebooker)