*finds a picture in a missal* ((PM is drooling… she is seriously the /prefect/ femme))

*finds a picture in a missal* ((PM is drooling… she is seriously the /prefect/ femme))

*sees a poster with this in the hall near the confessional, snatches it down, takes it to see @Young_Vicar*

*sees a poster with this in the hall near the confessional, snatches it down, takes it to see @Young_Vicar*

*wonders why the school nurse always changes clothes when @Young_Vicar is walking by*

*wonders why the school nurse always changes clothes when @Young_Vicar is walking by*

*sees this in the hallway on the way to @SisterGabriella’s room*

*sees this in the hallway on the way to @SisterGabriella’s room*

belleviolette:

Don’t know why, but I think I like this one best. The suit, the amusement on his face… the leaning… UNF

belleviolette:

Don’t know why, but I think I like this one best. The suit, the amusement on his face… the leaning… UNF

santress:

Close-up of Alexander Skarsgard in Vogue (July 2011)
(Source:  ochi chernye @ The Fashion Spot)

santress:

Close-up of Alexander Skarsgard in Vogue (July 2011)

(Source:  ochi chernye @ The Fashion Spot)

*peeks into an empty dorm room*

*peeks into an empty dorm room*

youmightfindyourself:

Flower Seller, Dal Lake, Kashmir, 1996 by Steve McCurry

youmightfindyourself:

Flower Seller, Dal Lake, Kashmir, 1996 by Steve McCurry

*sneaks in & sets them all 1/2 hour apart*

*sneaks in & sets them all 1/2 hour apart*

*drools*

*drools*

lickypickysticky:

A baby hippopotamus that survived  tsunami waves on the Kenyan coast  formed a strong bond with a giant male century-old tortoise in an  animal facility in the port city of Mombassa.
The  hippopotamus, nicknamed Owen and weighing about 300 kilograms (650  pounds), was swept down Sabaki River into the Indian Ocean, then forced  back to shore  when tsunami waves struck the Kenyan coast on December 26, before  wildlife rangers rescued him.
After it was swept away and lost its mother, the hippo was traumatized.  It had to look for something to be a surrogate mother. Fortunately , it  landed on the tortoise and established a strong bond. They swim, eat and  sleep together,” the ecologist added. “The hippo follows the tortoise  exactly the way it followed its mother. somebody approaches the  tortoise, the hippo becomes aggressive, as if protecting its biological  mother,”

lickypickysticky:

A baby hippopotamus that survived  tsunami waves on the Kenyan coast  formed a strong bond with a giant male century-old tortoise in an animal facility in the port city of Mombassa.

The hippopotamus, nicknamed Owen and weighing about 300 kilograms (650 pounds), was swept down Sabaki River into the Indian Ocean, then forced back to shore when tsunami waves struck the Kenyan coast on December 26, before wildlife rangers rescued him.

After it was swept away and lost its mother, the hippo was traumatized. It had to look for something to be a surrogate mother. Fortunately , it landed on the tortoise and established a strong bond. They swim, eat and sleep together,” the ecologist added. “The hippo follows the tortoise exactly the way it followed its mother. somebody approaches the tortoise, the hippo becomes aggressive, as if protecting its biological mother,”

danniburnham:

*frames this picture for @bobbyfoe’s desk*

*also frames picture*

danniburnham:

*frames this picture for @bobbyfoe’s desk*

*also frames picture*

*fans self*

*fans self*