30 Jul
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Practicing my Serious Stella face.

30 Jul
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Making a cool face for the camera.

27 Jul
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More fun with J and his “fancy rainbow sucker”, as he called it. Only fanciness for this kid.

27 Jul
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Stella naps on Logan, or, “this sure is a comfortable bed”.

27 Jul
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Posing with Jules

27 Jul
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theyouthlondon:

Japanese Sashiko embroidery @TMCtoronto #textiles #embroidery #Japanese #geometric #pattern #quilt #indigo #Canada #Toronto #museum

(via spectralprojection)

27 Jul

(Source: riannafinch, via marbleflan)

27 Jul

doctordanascullyy:

ideal boyfriend

  • has red hair
  • middle aged
  • played scully on x files
  • is not a man
  • is gillian anderson

(via marbleflan)

25 Jul
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Enjoyed a rum raisin affogato and some snooty coffee at Raleigh’s Joule.

22 Jul

shttlkng:

transartorialism:

today’s required reading—sara ahmed on feminist hurt and the trigger warning conversation

"The insistence on one’s right to use certain kinds of materials can become a scathing indifference to how these materials affect others. Neither of these students was asking for the removal of these materials from the classroom. But perhaps their expression of hurt is already heard as censoring. And that’s what is at stake here: how hurt is heard as wrong (you are wrong to be hurt) and as an imposition. An imposition here is what is treated as alien (out of place) and, in the academic context, it is something that would get in the way of our freedom, of our freedom to show what we do, to do what we show. No wonder those who ask us to change how we introduce certain materials (as potentially causing harm) have become killjoys: those who get in the way. Hurt itself becomes framed as censoring: as requiring the removal of some offending thing (iiii). But actually the killjoy here is asking for more not less: asking for us to complicate the materials; to situate the materials; to consider how materials can create ripples in how they move us. Of course we cannot always anticipate how things affect somebody, but that does not mean we cannot learn about how things are affective by how others are affected. I might be thrown by how you are thrown."

(via spectralprojection)

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