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Hi. I'm Nikki. I probably want to be your friend. I like kpop, and a lot of other assorted things. Prepare yourself for some unfunny commentary about the wonderful quintet SHINee.

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"I am thankful,
for each second of every moment,
for the dazzling road on which I am walking,
for the precious people that surround me." -Onew

kenway:

watch at least the first minute of this

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“Until you heal the wounds of your past, you are going to bleed. You can bandage the bleeding with food, with alcohol, with drugs, with work, with cigarettes, with sex; But eventually, it will all ooze through and stain your life. You must find the strength to open the wounds, Stick your hands inside, pull out the core of the pain that is holding you in your past, the memories and make peace with them.”
Iyanla Vanzant (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

blackbanshee:

nightmareloki:

buttonghost:

elderheart:

I guess I’ll be keeping a spoon in my makeup kit…

this video was an experience.

oh my word

all these years of struggle….

Things almost every author needs to research

clevergirlhelps:

the-right-writing:

  • How bodies decompose
  • Wilderness survival skills
  • Mob mentality
  • Other cultures
  • What it takes for a human to die in a given situation
  • Common tropes in your genre
  • Average weather for your setting

yoooo

lifemadesimple:

Gentlemen: A Guide for 6 ways to tie a Scarf

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allthatsleft:

thickshake:

loooserrr:

this is so fucking cool

"kiss me it’s for a project"

wow. This was fun to watch.

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queennubian:

heisenbabe:

thethuglifeishard:

badbilliejean:

READ

Legendary

Oh fuck. I can’t get enough of this.

GAWT DAMN

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thomassobien:

Jenni Parker, right, and granddaughter Sharlyse Parker of the Northern Cheyenne tribe pose in Lame Deer, Mont., in August. (Photographer: Matika Wilbur)

Native American travels across U.S. photographing citizens of tribal nations

She sleeps on couches, dines with strangers and lives out of her car. Still, Matika Wilbur does it for the art and for the people.

Wilbur is Native American. Invariably strapped to her arm is a camera, and other than a few provisions and clothing, she owns little else. Last year she sold everything in her Seattle apartment, packed a few essentials into her car and then hit the road.

Since then, she’s been embarking on her most recent project, ”Project 562.”

The plan is to photograph citizens of each federally recognized tribe, Wilbur said. Sometimes she’ll journey to an isolated reservation, other times she’ll meet some of the 70 percent of Native Americans living in urban settings. Yet she hopes that when her project is complete it will serve to educate the nation and “shift the collective conscious” toward recognizing its indigenous communities.

To date, Wilbur has photographed citizens of 159 tribes.

In 2010, when Wilbur first conceptualized the campaign, there were 562 federally recognized tribes in the U.S., hence the name. Since then, the U.S. government has added four more nations to the list.

The project all began three years ago when Wilbur photographed her elders from both of her tribes, the Swinomish and Tulalip. She soon decided it was not enough to photograph only her people. After raising $35,000 through Kickstarter.com, an online funding platform, she had enough to realize her project and zip across the country capturing the faces of this nation’s first peoples.

Wilbur said her project is aimed toward debunking the bevy of erroneous stereotypes surrounding Native American culture and society and to reiterate the continual presence of Native Americans.

"We are still here," she said. "We remain."

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fattributes:

strawberry pop-tart ice cream

lokisangelwithashotgun:

drink-up-lets-boo-boo:

I just bought the best book money can buy. 

I need this

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