July 25, 2014


Kodocha!

Kodocha!

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July 18, 2014


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June 14, 2014


I’ve Told You Now; Sam Smith.

Current favorite song of his.


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May 30, 2014


a little light that slowly dims
coldness fills what was once within.
a repetition of the past
an anticipation of the crash.
to break and to fall in eternal sleep
just to wake and to ceaselessly weep.


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April 23, 2014


You will be shocked, kids, when you discover how easy it is in life to part ways with people forever.

That’s why, when you find someone you want to keep around, you do something about it.

How I Met Your Mother (via itscherryamber)

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April 22, 2014


kidsraisingkids:

The Clothesline Project - “Walk in her shoes” / Strength Against Violence

Today I covered a student run event at Fullerton College in Southern California. The purpose of the event is to spread awareness of domestic violence, rape, and other serious issues that often go unreported and unacknowledged. 

T-Shirts bearing emotional messages hung from clotheslines, survivors gave powerful speeches, music resonated within the quad, and male students and faculty members walked the school wearing women’s shoes to show their support.

More photos from this event can be found HERE

Please share.

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mystic-revelations:

Through The Phone

By SamAlive

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Pitch Dating & Creating is an online platform that is all about allowing emerging graphic designers to connect, collaborate and create. It gives young designers the opportunity to maintain that creative momentum of university and transition competitively into the industry.

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