Breathe. love. go.

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I have something (someone) really good in my life right now and I don’t want to jinx it or bring too much attention to it because it’s still so new, but: wow.

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bullterrierlove:

DSC_7038 by 100dogs on Flickr.

bullterrierlove:

DSC_7038 by 100dogs on Flickr.

My brother came home with an entire case of girl guide cookies today

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Morning Lady - Gregory Alan Isakov | 22,167 plays

brotherstories:

"Morning Lady"- Gregory Alan Isakov
October songs that make your bones feel brittle- reminders that the sun goes down a little too early, all those bright leaves eventually fall, and someone will inevitably let go of your hand.

The older Isakov songs do this to me. Ah hell. All Isakov songs do this to me. Gregory, you dog. | Cheers.

I went shopping yesterday and bought this super cute shark tank! Summer’s on it’s way!!

I went shopping yesterday and bought this super cute shark tank! Summer’s on it’s way!!

Don’t ask for guarantees. And don’t look to be saved in any one thing, person, machine, or library. Do your own bit of saving, and if you drown, at least die knowing you were headed for shore.

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (via christopherevan)

asthmas:

Dinner is here.

asthmas:

Dinner is here.

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foodffs:

CHOCOLATE OLIVE OIL BUNDT W/ SALTED MAPLE ALMONDS (GLUTEN + DAIRY FREE)

Really nice recipes. Every hour.

jakehollywood:

Picked myself up some new Nike Janoski Max. 

jakehollywood:

Picked myself up some new Nike Janoski Max. 

tarynbrandell:

Meanwhile in Canada… #Canada #notallthatsurprised


Oh, Red Deer

tarynbrandell:

Meanwhile in Canada… #Canada #notallthatsurprised

Oh, Red Deer

freeoftheground:

tempest1944:

spartanorka:

THIS NEEDS TO STOP!

Can someone explain to me WHY this seal slaughter gas been going on in the first place? As a Canadian, I hear about it every year, but have never really understood it.

There’s a lot of BS coming from the activists about the seal hunt. The thing that really pisses me off is that they target sustenance hunting in the Arctic and lump it in with the commercial hunt. The people of the North have been screwed over enough. The fragile cultures of the North need to be protected.

I agree with freeofftheground. From a heritage/cultural preservation standpoint (already so much knowledge is lost because there’s no push to preserve it) plus arctic survival, seal hunting is important. I don’t understand the fashion argument, I have not seen anyone down south wearing seal anything. Up north yes, you do see some more seal coats, boots etc, but even still, not a lot. You can’t even really find it in stores down south, so this argument baffles me.
I don’t really understand the commercial side of things, but I have heard the argument that there is some cultural basis for it, being that Newfoundland and Labrador have been settled with seals as a primary sustenance source since before Europeans came over.

freeoftheground:

tempest1944:

spartanorka:

THIS NEEDS TO STOP!

Can someone explain to me WHY this seal slaughter gas been going on in the first place? As a Canadian, I hear about it every year, but have never really understood it.

There’s a lot of BS coming from the activists about the seal hunt. The thing that really pisses me off is that they target sustenance hunting in the Arctic and lump it in with the commercial hunt. The people of the North have been screwed over enough. The fragile cultures of the North need to be protected.

I agree with freeofftheground. From a heritage/cultural preservation standpoint (already so much knowledge is lost because there’s no push to preserve it) plus arctic survival, seal hunting is important. I don’t understand the fashion argument, I have not seen anyone down south wearing seal anything. Up north yes, you do see some more seal coats, boots etc, but even still, not a lot. You can’t even really find it in stores down south, so this argument baffles me.

I don’t really understand the commercial side of things, but I have heard the argument that there is some cultural basis for it, being that Newfoundland and Labrador have been settled with seals as a primary sustenance source since before Europeans came over.

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