you know you’ve got a great captain when you find out you both loved garth nix’s old kingdom books and tamora pierce’s works.
If you were wondering if the Lumberjanes #7 cover was a reference to something…yes it was!
A long day of waiting to fence two schools… (where are the women’s epeeists oh where oh where can they be?)
but it went better than OSU - won two bouts! lost one 5-4 in priority (sigh… such pressure… such failed attack)
I feel slightly avenged for MFCs now.
THIS IS WHY I HAVE TRUST ISSUES
This is terrifying
This is why the open see is fucking terrifying! I mean, we have NO IDEA what kind of shit is down there!!!! There could be a bloddy civilization in there for all we know. HOW IS THAT NOT SCARY AS FUCK????
*nopes into the sunset*
People calm down! The second Deathogigantasaur is just checking the ship hull for damage in case they need assistance.
May Hill Arbuthnot (August 27, 1884 – October 2, 1969) from Mason City, IA was an educator, editor, writer, and critic who devoted her career to the awareness and importance of children’s literature. She was born in Mason City, Iowa in 1884 and graduated with a master’s degree in 1924 from Columbia University, after which she teamed with William Scott Gray to write the Curriculum Foundation Readers, or the “Dick and Jane” books. [Source] She travelled around the country lecturing and expanded and enriched the selection of books for children, libraries, and children’s librarians alike. She was selected for the American Libraries article “100 Most Important Leaders we had for the 20th Century.” [source] There is a lecture award series in her honor from the American Library Association.
Featured Book: Time for fairy tales old and new; a representative collection of folk tales, myths, epics, fables, and modern fanciful tales for children, to be used in the classroom, home, or camp; especially planned for college classes in children’s literature; with a general introd., four section introductions, and headnotes for the individual stories. By May Hill Arbuthnot, 1952. Illustrated by John Averill [and others] Designed by Hal Kearney. Iowa Authors Collection, University of Iowa Special Collections.
Lloyd Mayor, Martha Graham Dance Company. NYC Dance Project by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory
95% sure this is Friedemann Vogel in In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated, but anyway his solo is FLAWLESS to say the least…
Oh. My. Lord. How have I never seen this before? I think…I think I’m in love.
I support Farming.
In fact, you could call me
许我三千笔墨，绘你一世倾城 (grant me three thousand strokes of ink, and i shall render you a lifetime of beauty that shall bring down cities)
I’ll stop the world and smelt with you
Wasn’t expecting that
True love is world domination and that is beautiful
This is the best relationship to have hands down,
All musicians know.
My mom had a wire stand and she was a first chair violinist.
THE ANNE BOLEYN
She wins halloween. [via]
I just realized that’s supposed to be ginger and wasabi on her head! This is too cute
Science Penguin [x]
i enjoy that every single human’s reaction to penguin is unrestrained delight
And penguins lack large terrestrial predators, so their reaction to humans tends to be, “HELLO STRANGE GIANT PENGUINS, WHAT ARE YOU DOING? DO YOU HAVE ANY FISH?”