drunkonlife-highonyou:

Sooo = I don’t know what to say but I don’t want to stop talking to you.

drunkonlife-highonyou:

Sooo = I don’t know what to say but I don’t want to stop talking to you.

 constantlyintransition:

RIP :(

What a freakin’ ass!

First you insult me, then you try and patronize me After I apologize. I have nothing to be sorry about…. I don’t know why I did it.. ugh. Bigger person my butt. I just wanted to be the one who says, later, well I’m always the one ending the fight reguardless of who was at fault.

Anyyyways I’m still angry.. grrrr. I don’t know what to do. I don’t want to be a bitch about the situation, but I do have a little bitch in me that constantly iches to come out and play ball… :/

 rhamphotheca:

Orphaned Baby Squirrels at the Wildlife Center of Texas
Just finished the noon feeding of squirrels and now these little guys are ready for an afternoon nap. Wildlife Center of Texas staff really appreciate all the volunteers who are tending to the babies. The baby gray squirrels in this picture have been at the Wildlife Center for several weeks. They were brought to the Wildlife Center when a homeowner discovered a huge tree in his yard lost a large branch containing their nest. The homeowner put the babies in a box near the tree but after several hours their mother had not returned. It was getting late and was very hot outside so the babies were brought to the Wildlife Center. The baby squirrels are doing fine and will be released back to the wild in several months.
(via: Wildlife Center of Texas)

rhamphotheca:

Orphaned Baby Squirrels at the Wildlife Center of Texas

Just finished the noon feeding of squirrels and now these little guys are ready for an afternoon nap. Wildlife Center of Texas staff really appreciate all the volunteers who are tending to the babies. The baby gray squirrels in this picture have been at the Wildlife Center for several weeks. They were brought to the Wildlife Center when a homeowner discovered a huge tree in his yard lost a large branch containing their nest. The homeowner put the babies in a box near the tree but after several hours their mother had not returned. It was getting late and was very hot outside so the babies were brought to the Wildlife Center. The baby squirrels are doing fine and will be released back to the wild in several months.

(via: Wildlife Center of Texas)

 
 
 At the Ag Barn :-)

At the Ag Barn :-)

 theniftyfifties:

Gina Lollobrigida photographed by John Deakin, 1953.

theniftyfifties:

Gina Lollobrigida photographed by John Deakin, 1953.

 rhamphotheca:

A large scorpion is spotted with a UV flashlight, in Monahans State Park, near Midland, Texas, USA.
(photo: Arlan Motsch)     (via: TPWD - Tx Wildlife Div. Program)

rhamphotheca:

A large scorpion is spotted with a UV flashlight, in Monahans State Park, near Midland, Texas, USA.

(photo: Arlan Motsch)     (via: TPWD - Tx Wildlife Div. Program)

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Jen!!!!! Idk how often you still use this site, but you might find this interesting :) and hopefully awesome…like I did.