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Hello! I'm Brittney, but you can just call me PoBox. 23, NOLA, social worker.

zanetheaiden:

ashiecrackerr:

So in my basic drawing class we are learning to draw facial features and I couldnt help myself to draw eyes on all the lips

The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie looks so good

natueral:

lucidnirvana:

myhatknitoutofyarn:

meadow-sage:

mmmmmmmmmmmmm

so in love with this view from Spiderman Buttress at Smith Rock. Memories.

peace and positivity here☮

all natueral

natueral:

lucidnirvana:

myhatknitoutofyarn:

meadow-sage:

mmmmmmmmmmmmm

so in love with this view from Spiderman Buttress at Smith Rock. Memories.

peace and positivity here☮

all natueral

vintagenola:

Aerial View of Audubon Park and Zoo - 1950s
Via Nutrias.org

vintagenola:

Aerial View of Audubon Park and Zoo - 1950s

Via Nutrias.org

sourcedumal:

gbcnt:

Terry Crews on Ray Rice.

Yes terry

werewolfzero:

How many Hogwarts boys do you think Madam Pomfrey has to fix every year because they messed up trying to cast an Engorgio on their dicks

sgt-maggiemae:

Paul McCartney (by Ringo Starr)

sgt-maggiemae:

Paul McCartney (by Ringo Starr)

tuneage:

#tbt: Back to Black — Amy Winehouse

It’s freezing today in the Midwest, so I’ve crawled back into some of my darker albums. Amy Winehouse gives us a jazzy but painful pluck of the heartstrings with “Back to Black.” Her voice is smokey and soulful, and she reveals true vulnerability when she tells us “I died a hundred times/ You go back to her and I go back to black.” Sometimes, when we’re sad or lonely, it’s good to seep into music that is relatable and powerfully empathetic, and Amy, no matter how lonely she was, will continue to give us all something to turn to when we go back to black.

littleplantgirl:

i can’t believe I got these pictures