sts 46

Days until... January 30th 2017

Valentine’s day 💕 15
St. Patrick’s day 🍀 46
Spring 🌼49
Easter 🐰76
Mother’s day 🌷104
Memorial day 119🇺🇸
Father’s day 👔139
Summer 👙142
Halfway 🎄145
Independence day 🎆155
Christmas in July🎄175
September🍁🍂213
Labor day 217
Fall/Autumn🍂🍁236
October 🎃243
Halloween 🎃274
November 🎄275
Thanksgiving 🦃297
Black Friday 💵298
December ❄304
Winter❄🌨326
Christmas Eve 🎅328
Christmas 🎄329

Space Shuttle Atlantis’ STS-46 mission launched on July 31, 1992 from the Kennedy Space Center. The mission’s objective was to deploy the ESA’s European Retrievable Carrier (EURECA). The mission also operated the joint NASA/Italian Space Agency Tethered Satellite System (TSS). The mission ended on August 8, 1992 when Atlantis landed back at the Kennedy Space Center.

Dontbrag’s Faves

So I’ve finally after getting almost 350 notes (woah!) I’ve finally gone through all the notes and chosen my faves! (thanks @albany library for the free wifi). Don’t be sad if you didn’t get chosen (unless you have autoplay bc I almost chose a few people but you got cut bc you had autoplay, #sorrynotsorry). Anyway, *drum roll please*


fruitelf, artkindle, costalies, artsychild, avocagogh, classi–cal, picassopear, sugoii, extremelytaciturn, rocket-kidd, kahloskid, eggstheticc, cloudeyskies, cloudiegogh, sabthehen, bhumblebre, leafegrl, tangerine–kisses, moonybud, fruitsykid, brightmares, monethes, @artsypeachy, heartbees, eggyelf, unclemum, benthoos, faunaplant, c0mputer-trash, leafygogh, vanghoe, pearcult, btheocean, bumblemonet, cactuzkid, clubsprout, vineayl, blooodelf, feelinqblue, cahartic, starrrrburst, momagrl, stripeskid, soykidddo, st-franxisand meadowish (46 total)

THIS WEEK, join us for the program “Frederick Douglass: The Most Photographed Man of the 19th Century” on Thursday, October 1st at 6:30pm at the MAAH Boston Campus, 46 Joy St., Beacon Hill.

MAAH introduces a new book, Picturing Frederick Douglass, an Illustrative Biography of the Nineteenth Century’s Most Photographed American,”that promises to revolutionize our knowledge of race and photography in 19th-century America.