July 23rd, 2014

omg altair you are the worst at this

(Source: marjoleinhoekendijk)

Reblogged from Etiamsi
July 23rd, 2014

THIS IS A SIGN IT IS TIME TO GET A PUPPY I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE.

(says the guy who has spent a grand total of like 14 hours in his apartment this week—12 of which were spent sleeping)

[thatkindofwoman]

Reblogged from That Kind Of Woman
July 22nd, 2014

philamuseum:

Today is Alexander Calder’s birthday. Known for his hanging mobile sculptures, he was born in nearby Lawnton, PA. His father and grandfather were also sculptors whose work is featured prominently in our city. In fact, Alexander’s grandfather Alexander Milne Calder made the William Penn statue on top of City Hall. You can see the youngest Calder’s “Ghost" in the Museum’s Great Stair Hall, hanging from the ceiling. Here’s wishing him a happy birthday.

Great Stair Hall, including “Ghost" (foreground), 1964, by Alexander Calder (© Estate of Alexander Calder / Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)

Philadelphia: I love you.

Reblogged from Ethel & Bev
July 22nd, 2014

As the train neared Baltimore, the governor suggested that perhaps we both suffered from Irish — or as I know the joke, Jewish — Alzheimers. As he explained,  “That’s where you…”

“…only remember the grudges,” I finished.

We laughed, and the governor used his iPad for a photo. 

[…]

But Mr. O’Malley, who is now contemplating a presidential run, seemed last night to be as much at ease as I remember from his earliest days on the council. And me, I’m no longer trying to film a dark story in his political backyard. The two of us did okay, too, considering.

David Simon, creator of the Wire, ends up traveling with Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (and former Mayor of Baltimore and partial inspiration for Tommy Carcetti).

July 21st, 2014

bigrnac:

lets play “how rude can i be until u realize i dont like u”

Me at work.

(Also me outside of work.)

(Me.)

(Source: ouijasquiji)

Reblogged from ramblin' woman
July 21st, 2014

Brieflezend meisje bij het venster, Johannes Vermeer, 1657–59

Brieflezend meisje bij het venster, Johannes Vermeer, 1657–59

Reblogged from cordially, sforzinda.
Armed with 12 minds, five dreams, three crushes, a couple of rants, and a pretzel stand to hide behind.