✨💞 Her ( Loving You ) ✨💞

a sapphic playlist for all your sapphic needs. [listen here on spotify

Él era la persona que me hubiera gustado conservar para toda la vida. La única que me ayudo, cuando yo ni siquiera quería salvarme a mi misma. Incondicionalmente, la que me amo con mis defectos y cicatrices. Me hubiera gustado conocerla en otra vida y en otro tiempo. Donde pudiéramos amarnos correctamente. Donde él no estuviera tan jodido, y yo no fuera de este modo, tan jodido e imperfecto. Me hubiera gustado amarlo como se debe. Poder ser libres de querernos y equivocarnos, donde sus demonios no acabaran destruyendome por completo.


Links to the dirt!

Thought I make a little dirt-list. But bare with me, some vanilla-ones ( 🍦 ) did make the cut as well. Those are longer scribbles, but you can find some short thoughts under the hashtag #Dr Who’s scribbles too. I will update it and put the link to this post under the description. Happy reading dirty-birdies!

Kryptonite 💎

A different taste that’s in your mind 😇

All you need is faith, faith is all you need 👟   🍦

No stranger in a strangers land 👁

Thunderbolt 🌩

Fortification (I need some kind of release) 🌋

Time to go down in flames and I’m taking you 🔥

Daydreaming… ☺️  🍦

darthvronton  asked:

swtor ask meme #14 for Ard, Nal, and Yahno

Who is/are their favorite companion(s)?

Nal, Ard: AKK DOG

Yahno: His birdy. It’s close enough to Yahno to know who he likes or doesn’t like. It sometimes attacks on and off command, though. Just ask Zah.

(outside of pets is hard choices. But Yahno was partial to Blizz and Skadge, Ard actually was fine with Rokuss and Raina, and Nal would be fond of Hemdil Tre and K’khrol)

diabetic-chick96  asked:

Top 5 songs?

1. Girls Talk Boys by 5SOS
2. Chava Ballet Sequence from Fiddler On The Roof
3. Heathens by TØP
4. Oogie Boogie Song from Nightmare Before Christmas
5. How Lovely To Be A Woman from Bye Bye Birdie

(I just went off of my top played songs on my phone)


  • 34 Senate seats are up for election this year.
  • All 435 House of Representative seats are up for election this year.
  • A total of 469 seats in the US Congress is up for election in November 8, 2016.
  • In order to TAKE BACK the chamber, Democrats need to gain 5 seats.
  • In order to FLIP the chamber, the Democrats need to gain 30 seats. 
  • Democrats only have 10 seats to defend while Republicans have 24.
  • Confirmation of a new Supreme Court justice requires 60 votes in the Senate
  • Should Democrats fail to retake the Senate in 2016, it is unlikely that they will get another opportunity until at least 2020.

It’s incredibly important that we place attention not only to the presidential candidates, but to the Senators and Representatives that are up for election this year. 

For more info about who’s running, please check this website:,_2016


There are 475 delegates at stake in California.

That’s a YUGE amount of delegates. Delegates that Bernie Sanders needs.

Californians, PLEASE make sure you are registered to vote as “Democrat” or “no party preference” by May 23rd so you can vote for Bernie!

More information:

  • California has semi-closed primaries — Californians must register as a Democrat or “no party preference” to vote for Bernie.
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  • Many counties in California will hold early voting for the Democratic primary between May 9 and June 6, 2016. Contact your county elections office to learn more about early voting in your county.
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