Wire Ear Wraps by Alina Iftime
You know what your ears are missing? Guitars. And scorpions. Maybe a sea horse. Basically your ears need to feel like they’re in an 80’s rock video, minus the goblet smashing. You can contact Alina at any of the links below for purchasing inquiries or custom designs.
LION KING BLOOPERS
These are actual bloopers from the cast while they recording, and they were later animated.
HIGH MUFASA ALWAYS MAKES ME LAUGH
I needed this in my life.
if you don’t want this on your blog, i’m judging you
The man in the cowboy hat in this photo’s name is Carlos Arredondo. Carlos was at the Boston Marathon with his wife handing out American flags to runners. He lost a son to a sniper bullet in Iraq in 2004 and a second son to suicide a few years later - a depression triggered by the death of his brother. Carlos now spends a significant amount of his time on peace activism and working with vets coming home from war and was at the Marathon to hand out flags and inspire people.
Carlos does not having any medical training but when the blast went off, he ran towards the danger, jumped two fences and found the now-famous man, Jeff Bauman, in the wheelchair on the ground, both his legs blown off, and suffering from severe shock and critical wounds. He got him into a wheelchair and pinched the man’s artery closed with two of his fingers (you can see him doing so in the photo). Because of Carlos, this man is alive today, having had surgery earlier today to remove both of his legs.
This man is a hero and deserves recognition. This man who lost so much still threw himself into the frenzy of panic and saved another guy’s life.
I adore this man.
heros do exist
Reblog every time
i dont understand the need to hide tattoos if you work with children. i mean you’re literally working with people that color on their body with markers all day if they could. hell they color YOU with markers if you don’t watch them close enough.
the problem is the parents who need to get the f*ck over themselves.
I’m so glad the place my sister works at isn’t like this. She has like…um….six tattoos? I think? Two on her collarbone, a large flower on her arm, a heart on her wrist, a cross on the back of her neck, and now a huge flower on her shoulder. Hiding them all would mean long sleeves 365 days a year. But that is not the case for her. And she does a fan-flipping-tastic job with children. And from what I can tell, the parents love her.
Oh hey! You’re talking about me! :D I’m pretty sure a fair amount of the people working there have tattoos. I even think Lisa, the assistant director?/front desk lady?, has one. One of the infant teachers has two full sleeves done along with a giant back piece and she’s amazing.
Other people’s eating and exercise routines are none of your concern or responsibility. “Promote what you love instead of bashing what you hate” and if their habits are really bothering you, just unfollow them. It is not your job to be the food or exercise police and maybe, just maybe you don’t know everything about nutrition, weight loss, fitness, etc.
And then I binge on whatever looks yummy. Ugh
Every time I get mad while working out I always want to do more. 2 miles later and it doesn’t feel like enough