Calceolaria Uniflora

Originally from Tierra del Fuego in the southern part of South America, Calceolaria uniflora is a mountain plant growing only to 10 cm tall.


Vesna Vulović is a Serbian former flight attendant. She holds the distinction of being the world record holder, according to the Guinness Book of Records, for surviving the highest fall without a parachute: 10,160 metres (33,333 ft).

On 26 January 1972, an explosion on JAT Flight 367, while over Srbská Kamenice in Czechoslovakia (now in the Czech Republic) caused the plane to break apart. Vulović, 22 years old at the time, was a flight attendant on board. She suffered a fractured skull, three broken vertebrae (one crushed completely) that left her temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, and two broken legs. She was in a coma for 27 days.

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College-Edition {Sentence Starters}
  • "I still have to start my dissertation."
  • "I have to cram for this test! Wanna be my study-buddy?"
  • "The paper's HOW MANY PAGES?!"
  • "Why did I choose the class at 6 am?"
  • "This lab's pretty hand's on. You think you can do it?"
  • "Graduation's coming up. We're almost done!"
  • "Stupid final assignment. Why can't the semester be over?"
  • "Looks like we've got the same class!"
  • "What do you mean we don't have to raise our hand to go to the bathroom?!"
  • "Spring break party tonight!"
  • "Did you get the assignment?"
  • "Don't you think our professor's kinda- weird?"
  • "Screw it. I'm going to class in my pajamas."
  • "Yeah I decided to blow off class today. What's the matter?"
  • "Another night of ramen. Yay for the life of a college student."
  • "Is the professor always this late?"
  • "Welcome to college- where the tests are all made up and your studying doesn't matter!"
  • "Yes, you can eat in class. You didn't know that?"
  • "Can you tell me where this room is?"
  • "Hey, there's gonna be a party tonight! You coming?"
  • "Did I seriously get lost on this campus?!"

wrenchmonkeyraven asked:

Since we have no choice (*glares at writers*), how would you WANT Damon and Elena's story to end?

Well, first of all, S5 and S6 never happened.

Then picture this.

Everyone’s at Jo and Alaric’s wedding (which should’ve happened in the series finale). Jeremy comes back and everyone is reunited. Damon and Elena share a dance with one of their songs playing in the background. Stefan and Caroline officially get together and we get shots of all the endgame couples.

Damon and Elena decide to leave Mystic Falls for a while to travel the world for the summer.

“You sure you want to do this?”

“Just drive.”

Everything Has Changed by Gavin DeGraw starts playing with a montage of everyone being happy as fuck because everything is finally okay after all the hell they’ve been through individually and as a group.

There’s a shot of Damon’s camaro speeding away and leaving Mystic Falls, paying tribute to 1x11. Flash forwards of everyone’s life later on. Caroline’s in New York on a broadway show or something. Flash forward to Jo and Alaric on the day that their twins are born. Everyone is in the waiting room, waiting to see the babies. Caroline bought them a whole bunch of baby clothes and Stefan’s looking at her like she’s the sun. Jo hands a baby over to Elena after they tell her and Damon that they’re the godparents. There’s a close up of her hand and we see a ring, insinuating that she and Damon eloped some time while they were away. No big deal is made about it.

The episode ends with Damon and Elena on the hood of their camaro, looking at the stars on Wickery Bridge. Elena’s cuddling into his side, like when she woke up beside him in 3x03, except she smiles up at him and stays there. They’re talking about everything and nothing. Then Damon brings up the look in Elena’s eyes when she held Jo and Ric’s kid and asks if she wishes things were different. Then she tells him that it’s a nice thought, but she loves her life now. Her life with him. And she’s happy. Then Damon looks at her, finally believing that he’s enough because he can’t doubt the conviction in her eyes. And then he smirks.


“Why wouldn’t I be? I got everything I was looking for.”

Boom. The shot slowly pans to the sky and we get a glimpse of a meteor shower starting.


I love this picture, because Buck drew himself wearing a tie. What if when Buck was little he ran around wearing a tiny button down and tie ALL THE TIME because he thought it was so cool his dad dressed up to go to work AS THE MAYOR every day?

And now of course he’s embarrassed and resentful about how he idolized his dad as a kid, so he always wears shades and jeans and ironic shirts to distance himself from that.