Just a girl trying to stay sane in the world today and failing more often than not.

"If I had a single flower for every time I think about you, I could walk forever in my garden." -Claudia Gould

Hailey Heaton


i think about this girl so much through out my day i hope shes happy 

I haven’t laughed this hard in a while



i think about this girl so much through out my day i hope shes happy 

I haven’t laughed this hard in a while

(Source: saddeer, via borntohulainthefade)

Stopped by Rocky Reach Dam today. Beautiful views, informative museum, amazing mural and plenty of being nerdy

Watch "True Facts About The Duck" on YouTube

True Facts About The Duck: WTF duck. Just…wut?

Check it out

This is pure gold. May have made my entire 2014. So so so very funny. Look at it!

accidentally thinks about something awkward i did three years ago





Disney’s Walking Dead

by Kasami-Sensei

Esmeralda’s goat looks to damn happy to be in a zombie apocalypse

(via feralwavestoyourmind)

A good cause

Duchenne is the leading genetic killer of children. The disease affects one out of every 3,500 boys born worldwide. With no approved treatment, Duchenne has a 100 percent fatality rate. A child of five diagnosed with Duchenne experiences a loss of muscle strength leading to wheelchair confinement by adolescence and a shortened life assisted by ventilators. The progressive deterioration of muscle strength leads to death in the late teens or early twenties.

Today, leading scientists see a decisive decade for Duchenne research. The success of landmark clinical trials for the breakthrough drug eteplirsen is a pivotal moment that will lead to the development of additional new treatments for this dread disease. A pending FDA decision could determine whether this generation of children is the last to die from Duchenne, or the first generation to live.

This infographic charts what happens when urgent need, sound science and good policy combine to help FDA decision makers say “YES” to safe, effective treatments for Duchenne.


Magical Blue Crystals Cover an Entire Room by  Roger Hiorns

Seizure is a large-scale installation by British artist Roger Hiorns in which he used unexpected materials to transform an everyday room into a giant piece of art. To create the site-specific installation, Hiorns covered the surface of the interior with plastic sheeting. He then poured more than 20,000 gallons of boiling copper sulphate solution into the abandoned space and let the liquid cool for three weeks. As the liquid cooled, these strange blue crystalline growths began to form, covering the walls, the floors, and the ceiling. The remaining liquid was drained and sent out for special chemical recycling.             

(via mineralia)