Hey guys! This is a very good friend of mines dog and I really want to help find honeybear a good home.
I know someone will read this and feel like they are abandoning their dog. They really really don’t want to be separated but they believe it is in Honeybear’s best interest. They do not want her conditions to get worse or to live in pain to stay with them.
PLEASE! If you know of anyone near Orlando Florida that would be willing to take this wonderful dog in please text the number in the photo.
If you don’t know anyone please reblog.
Boom! by Ryan Pastorino Via Flickr: It’s been a while since I’ve posted a fireworks shot on Friday… One thing I have wanted to do for a couple years now is shoot Illuminations from the Epcot parking lot. Being in Orlando for a month finally gave me that opportunity. I’m not entirely happy with the results. There was too much smoke that night and no breeze to blow it out of the way, but I got a couple decent frames.
One year after the fatal shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, the Central Florida community came together on Monday to honor the victims through Orlando United Day.
Orange County, Florida, declared June 12, 2017 as Orlando United Day in honor of those affected by the attack.
The commemorative day, which should be celebrated with “acts of love and kindness,” is “dedicated to honoring the memory of the 49 innocent Pulse victims, supporting survivors and recognizing the compassion and love that was displayed by the Central Florida community following the tragedy.” Read more (6/12/17)
By now, most of you have seen the photo that Misha posted on Twitter of himself and J2 holding a pride flag from PhoenixCon. The flag was from this photo op @bookkbaby and I did as tribute to the Orlando shooting on June 12th, 2016.
On the flag, are the names of all the victims whose lives were taken that night. This was the op we went there to do. The version Misha posted was his idea and he requested to do a second shot to take it.
In this photo, Booky is holding the trans flag, Misha is holding the asexual flag, Jared is holding the pansexual flag, and Jensen is holding the bisexual flag.
Excuse all the watermarks, but after seeing Misha’s version get photoshopped, cropped, edited, and reposted to suit people’s agendas, I wanted to take caution.
it’s been almost a year since the pulse nightclub shooting. a year since the largest mass shooting in American history. 49 people’s lives were lost. it’s been a year since their family has lost them. countries around the world lit up monuments in remembrance for these people. as the anniversary approaches tomorrow, please be safe. if you go to any pride events please be safe. dont forget that there are people who love you.
Rest in Power to the lives lost on that day. Don’t forget about them.
Earlier in June, Gustavo Bustamante addressed a crowd in front of Orlando’s City Hall. The crowd gathered in support of the Trust Act, an ordinance to ensure the city of Orlando does not collude with federal immigration forces.
Bustamante, who was an undocumented immigrant from Venezuela until gaining U.S. citizenship earlier in 2017, spoke about his own experience as an undocumented person living in the United States.
“The fight for LGBT equality is, in essence, the same as the fight for immigrant rights,” Bustamente said to those attending. “We are all human beings. Human beings deserve respect.”
As Bustamente spoke, he wore a shirt with the logo of the group QLatinx, an organization of queer Latinos in Orlando, Florida, that was formed in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting, which disproportionately affected the city’s Latino population. Read more (6/12/17)