Sad that I am searching terms that get me this. Glad to see this is here.
Another instance of co-occurring/parallel “Laura brain” and “practitioner brain”

Sad that I am searching terms that get me this. Glad to see this is here.

Another instance of co-occurring/parallel “Laura brain” and “practitioner brain”

itstheonlywayiknowhowtofeel:

I wish I wasn’t here right now [x]

itstheonlywayiknowhowtofeel:

I wish I wasn’t here right now
[x]

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elytra:

the me inside feels like this

relevant once again

elytra:

the me inside feels like this

relevant once again

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The worst part about spending 10 days with Mom and driving together with her to Columbus OH and then to my new apartment

is that then she has to leave

and I have to be alone.

Peter Capaldi gets a standing ovation at the Sydney World Tour Event + a bit too much dry ice [x]

(Source: oimatchstickman, via doctorwho)

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Twitter Feeds Reporting from Ferguson

wasarahbi:

leoninenyc:

fishingboatproceeds:

Couldn’t find a list like this, so I thought I’d make one.

Wesley Lowery, Washington Post journalist who was arrested while sitting in a McDonald’s.

Local alderman Antonio French.

Huffington Post journalist Ryan Reilly, who was also arrested while reporting on the protests.

Local TV reporter Christina Coleman.

Guardian reporter Jon Swaine.

Rembert Browne.

I’m sure there are many, many other good sources of information on the ground; hopefully, people will reblog with links to them.

For an overview of what’s happened in Ferguson, Missouri since police shot and killed an unarmed teenager named Michael Brown who was about to begin college, this New York Times story has some background. You can also read about the story in the LA Times, and there are live updates at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

There’s livestream video here.

Also Christine Conetta, another Huffington Post journalist. 

And Trymaine Lee, MSNBC.

Matt Pearce for the LA Times, Michael Calhoun for CBS/KMOX.

You can also follow Julie Bosman for the New York Times. 

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today: up early but stay in bed forever. actual up. shower, toast and tea, walk Pip. clean bedroom. lunch of some kind. 1 pm: appointment at hotel to discuss blocking rooms. maybe visit bookstore (Smart Couples Finish Rich, next Magicians book, paperback copy of Wild Snail Eating for Al) or order from Four Eyed Frog. by tonight, have hotel blocks set up. finalize registry with David and put it on the website. read in The Magicians. dinner out with Angela and Michael. chill evening. bed.

today: up early but stay in bed forever. actual up. shower, toast and tea, walk Pip. clean bedroom. lunch of some kind. 1 pm: appointment at hotel to discuss blocking rooms. maybe visit bookstore (Smart Couples Finish Rich, next Magicians book, paperback copy of Wild Snail Eating for Al) or order from Four Eyed Frog. by tonight, have hotel blocks set up. finalize registry with David and put it on the website. read in The Magicians. dinner out with Angela and Michael. chill evening. bed.

(Source: desenharts, via nemophilistine)

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Having a very obvious breakdown, but still trying to hide it

unaverageconfessions:

is just like:

image

(via sparkle-sweets)

today: up too early. breakfast and whatevering. shower. take Pip on long walk. make bed & gather stuff. 4-hour drive meh. late lunch. stroll around cute Adirondack town. evening: see Matt in performance of Richard II. grab dessert with him afterwards. 4-hour drive home MEH. bed.

today: up too early. breakfast and whatevering. shower. take Pip on long walk. make bed & gather stuff. 4-hour drive meh. late lunch. stroll around cute Adirondack town. evening: see Matt in performance of Richard II. grab dessert with him afterwards. 4-hour drive home MEH. bed.

(Source: paperwerk)

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I Need To Ask for Help

Please click through to read about an awesome 8-year-old whose light has been nearly put out by the stress of having dyslexia in a public school system that can’t support her needs. She now has the chance to attend the Jemicy School, a special school for kids with dyslexia (fun fact: they have a de-stressing dog for kids to cuddle with when they get overwhelmed!). Her family needs help scraping together the expensive tuition. Click through to read more and please donate or reblog!

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