Today is Tolkien Reading Day, so it can’t have been coincidence that on this very day I came across the beautiful fanfic Vena Cava by SilentAuror which inspired the drawing above: John reading the Silmarillion to Sherlock as he’s recovering from his gunshot wound. I look forward to reading more from this author :).
One of my biggest YouTube inspirations Freddie Wong, and his brother, Jimmy Wong recently put up the music video for my new remix of “Don’t let Go” by Swiss American Federation. Check it out and Reblog!!!
Good news: If you’re wearing one of these suckers, you can use the words gnarly and brah unironically. Kidding! You can, however, hang out at the beach once the sun goes down and, if things go as I always hope they will, eat marshmallows toasted/charred over a bonfire. —erica
1) Vena Cava Wasily baja hoodie: Just long enough to wear over a bikini. 2) Textile Elizabeth and James baja popover cotton jacket: The soft pinks and creams give it an unexpectedly sweet look. 3) Sophomore baja hoodie: This fabric should eliminate any drug rug gags. 4) Gryphon vintage baja: Each one is made from found fabric and is therefore one of a kind—obviously up our alley.
The preferred position for pregnant women is in semi-fowlers on left side to prevent vena cava compression. If the vena cava is compressed it will decrease venous return, reduce cardiac output and blood pressure, and decrease PLACENTAL PERFUSION. Bad mommy.