☠ - angry/violent headcanon Y’all all know what type of temper Dal has smh
✿ - Sex headcanon Dally loves making the girl moan.
■ - Bedroom/house/living quarters headcanon Dallas loves his room at Buck’s - while he sometimes spends nights on people’s couches, that room is the closest thing he’s ever gotten to a room of his own.
♡ - romantic headcanon Once Dallas gets used to cuddling you at night, he doesn’t sleep well without it.
♥ - family headcanon Dallas considers the boys his brothers, no question about it.
☮ - friendship headcanon One time Dallas had to babysit Two’s little sister with him and he just sort of sat there uncomfortably trying to to cuss too much.
♦ - quirks/hobbies headcanon Dally liked drawing when he was younger.
☯ - likes/dislikes headcanon Dally likes freckles on girls… He thinks they look cute and kind of innocent.
▼ - childhood headcanon Dally doesn’t like to think about when he was little.
∇ -. old age/aging headcanon … I’m going to do what I always do and assume that Dallas is alive and happy and say that over time Dallas develops a liking for one or two Beatles songs.
♒ - cooking/food headcanon Dallas loves burgers.
☼ - appearance headcanon Dallas’ hair is curly when its wet oh my GOD
ൠ - random headcanon Dallas is a cutie but we already knew that
Special moment as Dallas Stars prospects paused Development Camp at noon today to remember those killed and wounded in Downtown Dallas last night. I honestly couldn’t be more proud of this organization.
Cochlear implants are powerful tools for people with hearing loss. Using electrodes implanted in the ear that transmit sound directly to the brain, they can give even the profoundly deaf a sense of sound.
But their success often depends on how early the implants are placed. People who are born deaf and receive implants as adults have worse outcomes than those who are fitted with the implants as children, said Andrea Warner-Czyz, an audiologist at the University of Texas at Dallas who studies development in children with hearing loss.
This is at least partly because as people with hearing loss grow older, the parts of their brain that are normally used to process sounds are reassigned to other jobs, such as visual processing. Once these reassignments occur, it is difficult to re-train them to do anything else.
Over half the roll I shot at this cemetery was screwed up, due to a shutter curtain issue at certain speeds. But this one I like anyway. Despite the frustration of losing so many of my 36 frames shooting a cemetery 200 miles from home, I still LOVE shooting film for that very unpredictability. I’ll shoot 36 or 15 or however many frames and take what the photography gods give me.