Go Team Anthro!
excitingadventuresoftommy:

Balance.
If I am certain about anything

ehmeegee:

it’s that you will be so much happier and productive and joyful if you surround yourself with people who treat the world like their oyster, people who say Yes, people who see a problem as a challenge to be solved and not a detriment to progress. I became a much better person when I stopped spending energy on the apathetic, indifferent, the shallow, and instead inserted myself into situations with people who cherish the joy of life.

theparisreview:

From 1947, T.S. Eliot reads “The Naming of Cats.” (via)

lostsplendor:

Coco Chanel, c. 1929 via History in Pictures on Twitter

lostsplendor:

Coco Chanel, c. 1929 via History in Pictures on Twitter

plannedparenthood:

<3
professorfangirl:

Ain’t nothin brighten your day like a Neil deGrasse Tyson noseboop.

professorfangirl:

Ain’t nothin brighten your day like a Neil deGrasse Tyson noseboop.

coffee-n-cats:

malformalady:

This adorable baby squirrel was picked up from a sidewalk in Washington D.C. with a broken ankle, chipped tooth and bloody nose. Luckily, a concerned passer-by picked it up and took it to City Wildlife, where vets gave it a leg brace.

I love baby squirrels. Working with them in a wildlife refuge was a blast. They’re little rascals though and you have to wear rawhide gloves. Poor baby, I’m sure he’ll be fine.

coffee-n-cats:

malformalady:

This adorable baby squirrel was picked up from a sidewalk in Washington D.C. with a broken ankle, chipped tooth and bloody nose. Luckily, a concerned passer-by picked it up and took it to City Wildlife, where vets gave it a leg brace.

I love baby squirrels. Working with them in a wildlife refuge was a blast. They’re little rascals though and you have to wear rawhide gloves. Poor baby, I’m sure he’ll be fine.