the honorable one

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Best of Diana F+: Photos From Year One

We honor the best of these gloriously low-fi images shared in the Lomography community back in 2008, a year after the Diana F+ was introduced!

I’m watching my bro play For honor online and no one is playing the game, I feel that the only reason there are barely any players is because of the Playstation sale from a few days ago haaaaahaha but I like the skeletons and really silly spooky music they put in the background for halloween atleast

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INKO MIDORIYA IS THE #1 MOM AND HERO OF THIS ENTIRE SERIES!!!! 

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Listen—LISTEN if you want to fight me over Carolina with short hair and wearing plaid, go ahead but look ya gonna lose just sayin Also I abused the heck out of copy and paste but look it would have been weird to have wash freckles look one way on one panel and TOTALLY DIFFERENT on another panel okay im not that patient

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What you guys don’t know: about five years ago, this young girl (who is now a young woman) moved by herself from Seattle, Washington…She moved from Seattle, by HERSELF, to Philadelphia, to pursue dance, to do choreography. She came here to go to school, all by herself! No family, no siblings, no one, nothing. Her dance instructor–and she’s danced her whole life–her dance instructor told her, flat-out, “Kim, you don’t have what it takes, and you are a failure.”

🎃Ways to Celebrate Samhain👻

 Samhain is the celebration of the final harvest and the honoring of the deceased that is celebrated on October 31st. 

Originally posted by falling-through-autumn

👻 Hold a dumb supper to honor the deceased. Invite your family to join and honor your loved ones who are gone.
👻 Make an altar, offering, prayer, or something special to honor the deceased or to honor the holiday
👻 Prepare for the winter by stocking up on herbs and powders and throw away old, unusable tools
👻 Decorate in red and black colors, pumpkins, cornstalks, apples, and candles around the house and on an altar
👻 Visit and tend to the graves of relatives
👻 Now is the ideal time to do any spirit work as the veil is exceptionally thin
👻 Do a divination reading to gather insight for the upcoming months
👻 Make a bonfire and share stories of late loved ones with your family and friends
👻 Take the time to embrace nature before winter wilts the plants
👻 Harvest any herbs or goods from plants and properly store them away or use them in a spell
👻 Now is a great time to do reflection on the self spells, spirit communication, and change spells
👻 Write in your grimoire or book of shadows and write down your magical goals that you want to achieve by the end of the year
👻 Dress up in costumes and have fun with friends! Enchant some of the clothing to make the night more fun!
👻 Do some crafts, such as carving pumpkins, making witch ladders, and making candles in cauldrons
👻 Make food for your friends and family and bless the food with their consent for good health and luck for the rest of the year
👻 Play with an ouija board with friends or use a pendulum by yourself to talk with spirits

Happy Samhain!🎃

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you think we’ll still be friends when we’re dead?
i will if you will. 
− happy birthday, tina!