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awwww-cute:

Hedgehog timeout

awwww-cute:

Hedgehog timeout

deletingmyself:

“Hometown" by Michel Delli

deletingmyself:

Hometown" by Michel Delli

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tastefullyoffensive:

Can’t we all just get along?

tastefullyoffensive:

Can’t we all just get along?

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vvhitehouse:

awwww-cute:

Show off

THE LITTLE PAW SHOWING THROUGH THE BOWL IM WEAK

vvhitehouse:

awwww-cute:

Show off

THE LITTLE PAW SHOWING THROUGH THE BOWL IM WEAK

bogleech:

elvenrainbow:

shitsuren-chama:

ocean-child-love:

kaibas-paragraphical-mind:

what-is-a-homestuck:

WHAT IS THE FUCKING POINT

YOU COULD BE A FUCKING BADASS DRAGON THAT’S THE POINT

"I AM A CREATURE OF DARKNESS" "oh hey sabrina."

I guess the point is that you could shapeshift into the body you always thought you’d grow into when you were a kid
taller, shorter, slimmer, more muscular, purple hair, tattoos everywhere, tattoos nowhere, 
every single shoe would fit you every single time you tried it on, every single article of clothing would fit your perfectly, all you have to do is transform slightly, you’d never run out of ‘your size’ again
and you wouldn’t have to work for it at all, and you’d never be limitted by your bone structure or something. You could just transform at will.



I don’t see how this is much of a downside
When you turn into a sixty story tentacle demon and terrorize a city you want to get the credit you deserve

bogleech:

elvenrainbow:

shitsuren-chama:

ocean-child-love:

kaibas-paragraphical-mind:

what-is-a-homestuck:

WHAT IS THE FUCKING POINT

YOU COULD BE A FUCKING BADASS DRAGON THAT’S THE POINT

"I AM A CREATURE OF DARKNESS" "oh hey sabrina."

I guess the point is that you could shapeshift into the body you always thought you’d grow into when you were a kid

taller, shorter, slimmer, more muscular, purple hair, tattoos everywhere, tattoos nowhere, 

every single shoe would fit you every single time you tried it on, every single article of clothing would fit your perfectly, all you have to do is transform slightly, you’d never run out of ‘your size’ again

and you wouldn’t have to work for it at all, and you’d never be limitted by your bone structure or something. You could just transform at will.

I don’t see how this is much of a downside

When you turn into a sixty story tentacle demon and terrorize a city you want to get the credit you deserve

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awwww-cute:

Please come out and play

awwww-cute:

Please come out and play

italian-luxury:

Venice Alley 

italian-luxury:

Venice Alley 

catbountry:


ambitiousbard:


relenawarcraft:


goooseling:


puppy farts - Imgur


I’ve been laughing at this for about the past five minutes.


holy shit


The video this is from is even better because there’s like five minutes of video of these dogs and then at the very end this happens and you hear a little “Frrt” and the dog makes that face and it just
Ends.

catbountry:

ambitiousbard:

relenawarcraft:

goooseling:

puppy farts - Imgur

I’ve been laughing at this for about the past five minutes.

holy shit

The video this is from is even better because there’s like five minutes of video of these dogs and then at the very end this happens and you hear a little “Frrt” and the dog makes that face and it just

Ends.

(Source: ForGIFs.com)

catholicliving:

St. Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orleans.
I’m going to take a moment to thank personally the wonderful artist who drew and/or painted this picture.
St. Joan of Arc is my confirmation (patron) saint. She has been my role model since I extensively studied her life for a 10-page paper in 8th grade, and then again before my confirmation in high school. She was a brave young woman who fought for her country and her Faith - who did God’s Will, and who struggled to do it, like we all do.
In researching her life, I found so many portraits of her in armor; in prayer; in battle; in her childhood as a shepherdess. Almost 95 percent of the time, she is praying, suffering, or fighting. Most of the time she is seen with the expression that I will call “the saint face” — that expression of ongoing suffering which is only made redemptive through Christ’s Sacrifice; that expression of complete Faith and confidence in God’s Will.
There is nothing wrong with those paintings and portrayals of the Maid of Orleans. But, the above painting makes me cherish her life story and respect her all the more.
She was a young woman - a teenager - when she followed the voices of her Saints, met with her future King, took charge of an army, and led them through several battles. She was captured, imprisoned, tried, and martyred before she had the chance to turn 20 years old.
The above painting shows that better than any I’ve ever seen. She’s young. She’s worked and fought hard. She went through so much just to get an army, let alone lead it to victory.
When I look at this painting, I see St. Joan of Arc — rejoicing, happy, and relieved. She’s not suffering. She’s not looking to the Heavens with a martyred look.
She’s looking to the Heavens with a peaceful, joyful expression - one of gratitude, one of Thanksgiving. She and her army liberated Orleans and drove out the English. Not thanks to her — but thanks to God! And she knows that.
For the moment, a weight has been lifted. God has helped the French to claim the victory, and she’s reveling in that. She’s happy knowing that she liberated her people, and that it was God’s Will to do so. Her saints’ voices are real and true. God is on her side.
There are dark times - challenges, trials, and martyrdom - ahead. Maybe she already knows that. Maybe she doesn’t. But, if she does, she’s not thinking about that. She’s grateful for the moment she has - for the mission God is helping her to carry out. She’s happy that she’s not alone, that she’s not crazy, and that she hasn’t lead her soldiers to their deaths.
She’s happy that God is on her side, and that Christ’s own arm brought about the victory!
So, thank you, wonderful artist, for painting this portrait of St. Joan the way I want to see her - how I have seen her for years: overjoyed, happy, relieved, and grateful; young and bright; strong and courageous atop her white charger. St. Joan — happy to do God’s Will — a model of us all.
St. Joan of Arc, Maid of Orleans, Patroness of France and soldiers, pray for us!

catholicliving:

St. Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orleans.

I’m going to take a moment to thank personally the wonderful artist who drew and/or painted this picture.

St. Joan of Arc is my confirmation (patron) saint. She has been my role model since I extensively studied her life for a 10-page paper in 8th grade, and then again before my confirmation in high school. She was a brave young woman who fought for her country and her Faith - who did God’s Will, and who struggled to do it, like we all do.

In researching her life, I found so many portraits of her in armor; in prayer; in battle; in her childhood as a shepherdess. Almost 95 percent of the time, she is praying, suffering, or fighting. Most of the time she is seen with the expression that I will call “the saint face” — that expression of ongoing suffering which is only made redemptive through Christ’s Sacrifice; that expression of complete Faith and confidence in God’s Will.

There is nothing wrong with those paintings and portrayals of the Maid of Orleans. But, the above painting makes me cherish her life story and respect her all the more.

She was a young woman - a teenager - when she followed the voices of her Saints, met with her future King, took charge of an army, and led them through several battles. She was captured, imprisoned, tried, and martyred before she had the chance to turn 20 years old.

The above painting shows that better than any I’ve ever seen. She’s young. She’s worked and fought hard. She went through so much just to get an army, let alone lead it to victory.

When I look at this painting, I see St. Joan of Arc — rejoicing, happy, and relieved. She’s not suffering. She’s not looking to the Heavens with a martyred look.

She’s looking to the Heavens with a peaceful, joyful expression - one of gratitude, one of Thanksgiving. She and her army liberated Orleans and drove out the English. Not thanks to her — but thanks to God! And she knows that.

For the moment, a weight has been lifted. God has helped the French to claim the victory, and she’s reveling in that. She’s happy knowing that she liberated her people, and that it was God’s Will to do so. Her saints’ voices are real and true. God is on her side.

There are dark times - challenges, trials, and martyrdom - ahead. Maybe she already knows that. Maybe she doesn’t. But, if she does, she’s not thinking about that. She’s grateful for the moment she has - for the mission God is helping her to carry out. She’s happy that she’s not alone, that she’s not crazy, and that she hasn’t lead her soldiers to their deaths.

She’s happy that God is on her side, and that Christ’s own arm brought about the victory!

So, thank you, wonderful artist, for painting this portrait of St. Joan the way I want to see her - how I have seen her for years: overjoyed, happy, relieved, and grateful; young and bright; strong and courageous atop her white charger. St. Joan — happy to do God’s Will — a model of us all.

St. Joan of Arc, Maid of Orleans, Patroness of France and soldiers, pray for us!

I want to be a light in someone’s life so that when they look back they’re reminded of how much God was there and how He loves them. My history may be filled with brokenness, but it’s also filled with healing in a far greater measure.

- (via sonofhislove)

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