fatgirllove:

Whats not to like about this?

Gorgeous.

fatgirllove:

Whats not to like about this?

Gorgeous.

Olaf’s m.o. during bathtime:  pace back and forth on the edge of the tub, headbutt me in the face ninety times, and then lay on the bathmat until I’m done.  Every single time.   (Taken with Instagram at Castle Greyskull-Jones)

Olaf’s m.o. during bathtime: pace back and forth on the edge of the tub, headbutt me in the face ninety times, and then lay on the bathmat until I’m done. Every single time. (Taken with Instagram at Castle Greyskull-Jones)

Every time I look at this, it makes me feel like Christian Bale and I have a really awesome inside joke that he likes to remind me about while he’s busy being incredibly hot. 

Every time I look at this, it makes me feel like Christian Bale and I have a really awesome inside joke that he likes to remind me about while he’s busy being incredibly hot. 

deadohiosky:

Jeff is the rain cloud, the gray in the rainbow.

deadohiosky:

Jeff is the rain cloud, the gray in the rainbow.

wheeeeee

wheeeeee

fuckyeahtattoos:

Van Gogh -  ”Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries.” Its hard to give up on things when you have such inspiring words on you.

This is fucking gorgeous. 

fuckyeahtattoos:

Van Gogh -  ”Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries.” Its hard to give up on things when you have such inspiring words on you.

This is fucking gorgeous. 

I’m going to need to live here, please. 

I’m going to need to live here, please. 

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Because that summer home in Hoboken won’t pay for itself, you know?

Because that summer home in Hoboken won’t pay for itself, you know?

"Confessions of a Juggler" by Tina Fey

myinnermonoblog:

My daughter recently checked out a book from the preschool library called “My Working Mom.” It had a cartoon witch on the cover. “Did you pick this book out all by yourself?” I asked her, trying to be nonchalant. Yes. We read the book, and the witch mother was very busy and sometimes reprimanded her daughter for messing things up near her cauldron. She had to fly away to a lot of meetings, and the witch’s child said something like “It’s hard having a working mom, especially when she enjoys her work.” In the heartwarming conclusion, the witch mother makes it to the child’s school play at the last second, and the witch’s child says she doesn’t like having a working mom but she can’t picture her mom any other way. I didn’t love it. I’m sure the two men who wrote this book had the absolute best intentions, but this leads me to my point. The topic of working moms is a tap-dance recital in a minefield.

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