1. A reminder that it has been a year, and somehow I’m not jaded around or about love.  I am resilient and absolved.

    A reminder that it has been a year, and somehow I’m not jaded around or about love. I am resilient and absolved.

  2. Breakfast!

    Breakfast!

  3. How did I get here? How do I deserve this…what kind of person are you? I know that this is not how you treat people you love and still expect them to be your friend. It’s not how people logically think of friendship, this is pretty fucked up. A relationship doesn’t define me, but I thought I was a part of this relationship? Today is not a good day for me. I can only talk about it so much, who treats people like this and thinks that it’s okay? Marriage equality my ass…this was a joke, to cheat, then to lie for over five months I’m a fool for even thinking that you respected me cared for me, were a part of each others lives? Time and space I’ve come to start to regret…no more of the how could you’s and why’s, but I deserve better than you, and karma we all know about it.

  4. nomorebillsforpills:

Your total is $0.00. Oh yeah!!!

    nomorebillsforpills:

    Your total is $0.00. Oh yeah!!!

  5. lenachen:

Hump Day PSA: Free birth control in the United States starts TODAY. Beginning on August 1, 2012, the Affordable Care Act guarantees women access to preventive health care services (e.g. cancer screenings, HIV and STI testing, well-woman visits, breastfeeding support, prenatal/post-partum care) without copayments or deductibles. That includes prescription contraception, the prohibitive cost of which can often mean the difference between safe sex and an unplanned pregnancy.
For more information on whether your health plan is offering women’s preventative services with no co-pay, check out this easy-to-follow guide at the Center for Reproductive Rights.
Please repost widely and spread the word to your social networks!
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    lenachen:

    Hump Day PSA: Free birth control in the United States starts TODAY. Beginning on August 1, 2012, the Affordable Care Act guarantees women access to preventive health care services (e.g. cancer screenings, HIV and STI testing, well-woman visits, breastfeeding support, prenatal/post-partum care) without copayments or deductibles. That includes prescription contraception, the prohibitive cost of which can often mean the difference between safe sex and an unplanned pregnancy.

    For more information on whether your health plan is offering women’s preventative services with no co-pay, check out this easy-to-follow guide at the Center for Reproductive Rights.

    Please repost widely and spread the word to your social networks!

    Image via Ultraviolet

  6. Even the teenager liked the new juice :)))!

    Even the teenager liked the new juice :)))!

  7. Pre dinner

    Pre dinner

  8. BEETS!

    BEETS!

  9. theyuniversity:

    What it means when you say literally

    • Click HERE to see The Oatmeal’s post in its entirety.

    My favorite.

    (Source: theyuniversity)

  10. „the more I wonder, the more I love“

    – Alice Walker (via creating-renewing)

    (via elixherfix)