Ah, the OC. I miss you and your simpler times.

Ah, the OC. I miss you and your simpler times.

(Source: nativewanderer)

QuestionDo you like pizza? Does the president like pizza? who am I kidding, everyone likes pizza. Answer

whitehouse:

Yes! Especially Chicago-style deep dish.

important questions being asked

(i am wearing a pizza necklace today mr. president)

myfriendscallmekazzy:

awwh little rawr

(Source: biomorphosis)

slowartday:

slowartday:

India K, Shared Landscapes.

I’m definitely drawn towards works that echo a kind of nostalgic sentimentality - not too saccharine with the right amount of wry edginess.
- Karen, social media manager slowartday:

slowartday:

India K, Shared Landscapes.

I’m definitely drawn towards works that echo a kind of nostalgic sentimentality - not too saccharine with the right amount of wry edginess.
- Karen, social media manager

slowartday:

slowartday:

India K, Shared Landscapes.

I’m definitely drawn towards works that echo a kind of nostalgic sentimentality - not too saccharine with the right amount of wry edginess.

- Karen, social media manager

(Source: india-k.com)

(Source: deforming)

laughterkey:

catshatereading:

Lucius does not approve of @neilhimself.

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LUCIUS!

For those of you who don’t know, the mega amazing vforrestal runs this thing called projecttiara as a way to celebrate every small victory and make the world a more sparkly place. (here’s her blog post on it if you’re interested)

awhile ago, I submitted my victory as getting asked to co-un-chair the CurateCamp (here is the Wiki with all the collaborative google docs from sessions yesterday) and received this beautiful unicorn cat princess tiara this morning. Complete with a Shiny Unicorn horn. Val, you (and your mom!!!) have outdone yourself. This is the most amazing thing I could have ever found on my desk this morning (AND I also had a sweet note from kateordie sorry kate the tiara won) and thank you, thank you, thank you val for being the most amazing and thoughtful.

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"It’s often easy for us to slip into librarian jargon when explaining something to a student but sometimes the most effective way to increase their comprehension of a subject is to abandon the technical terminology. This does not mean talking down to them but, instead, reframe it in terms that better fit their own life experiences."