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To the older woman at the dog park,

Thank you. Thank you for being kind to me and talking about life with me. You are so sweet and kind and you could not ever realize how much I needed that today.

After dinner I left my house with my dog, music blasting. I went to the neighborhood park to cry. This whole week has been awful and I just feel like everyone in this world has something against me. I went to go into the dog park and you were there.

You and your perfectly trained golden retriever, we talked, and talked. We talked about dogs and school and life. You must be in your sixteys and I’m in my teens, but our age difference only pulled us together. You talked of a boy who once took you to your homecoming dance and I admitted to you how terrified I was to go to my first.

I left the dog park with a smile on my face. I went home and sat on my back porch with my dog eating ice cream. I let things go.

I am happy. Thank you for helping me realize that there are more important things in life than stupid boys and people who make you feel worthless.

Love,
Grace

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goood evening everybody I hope you’re all having a good day. I’m almost done with bio, only two more books to go and then it’s time for the final exam.

I thought I would share with you how I like to read my school books:

I like to use post-it’s to write down everything I find important or terms I have to remember. This way I don’t have to rewrite my notes. I learn better when I write things down while reading and when I go back to that book to revise, I only have to read the post-it’s! (and remember that your quick notes aren’t supposed to look cute or extra, just write things down)

You know what the TF2 fandom needs more of?

More chubby Demoman.

Because I heard that he has a pudge.

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anonymous asked:

Anon reminded me of skeleton that we have in our uni in drawing studio office. It is not used since we have plastic models now and this one is old, misses couple of fingers and is very much real. It's skeleton of a guy from let's say other side of WW2 that was found in 40s and some young drawing profs decided that it's good idea to make him into a model. In uni archive you can find a bill for "boiling out a corpse" which caused confusion back then as profs billed school without telling anyone.

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The cape hoarding is getting out of hand.

            I am outraged that you all would say this to me…