dancing-along:

disharmonious:

bornamutant:

join an awesome online community that is not Tumblr! come on, live a little

So I’m part of this amazing forum called SheroesCentral and we want more members.  If you like books, fantasy, science fiction, politics, feminism, arts & crafts, cooking, and/or hanging out with the coolest people on the internet (ahem), YOU SHOULD TOTALLY JOIN!!  I’m looking at you, followers.  We’re primarily women, but there are a few dudes among us and we would be super-pumped to get more.  We have a shitload of queer members, too.  No creeps, no trolls, no assholes.  Just an awesome, supportive, active forum with a bunch of excellent people on it who want MOAR FRENDZ.

JOIN US…

Co-sign. Check it out, guys!

Guys, really, I love this site. I’ve been a part of it for ages and it is the best, most supportive community I’ve found. 

Biting the bullet and reblogging this even though a large part of me is like “MINE ALL MINE” — but I’m trying to be a grownup and it’s Christmas so YAY SHARING. Sheroes has been my online home for nine and a half years. These people are some of the best I have ever known. So…yeah, feel free to come on and join. We love new people and have a great time talking about books, current events, crafting, our lives…and supporting each other through thick and thin. Aww I have a few tears in my eyes from how much I love Sheroes…

(Source: bornamutant-diedamutant)

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Okay.

My family is fine and has power.

I am stuck indefinitely in Indiana.

Spending my morning reading updates and trying not to panic.

Holy shit.

it was frightening, it was confusing, it was horrifyingthey came to my home. 

it was frightening, it was confusing, it was horrifying
they came to my home

(via unicorn-madness)

inothernews:

The twin towers of World Trade Center, poking through the clouds in the spring of 2001.
(Photo: Katie Day Weisberger via the New York Times)

my home.

inothernews:

The twin towers of World Trade Center, poking through the clouds in the spring of 2001.

(Photo: Katie Day Weisberger via the New York Times)

my home.