...qu'avec le cœur

"Voici mon secret. Il est très simple: on ne voit bien qu'avec le cœur. L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux." Le Petit Prince
~ Sunday, March 30 ~
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allthingseurope:

Mont Saint-Michel, France (by dawvon)

allthingseurope:

Mont Saint-Michel, France (by dawvon)


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~ Saturday, March 8 ~
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popculturebrain:

Trailer: HBO’s ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver


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~ Saturday, February 1 ~
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~ Wednesday, January 22 ~
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riveralwaysknew:

"I believe in Sherlock Holmes" 

"Yeah, well that won’t bring him back."

Let’s talk a little about this scene. Sherlock’s mind referenced certain people as he was dying, but upon review they weren’t random. They were those who had kept him alive for the last two years.

Molly, the inside man.

Mycroft, the confidant.

And, Anderson? Yes, and it’s beautiful… 

Anderson, the believer.

He kept Sherlock alive in the way we did. Not by being integral like Molly, or important like Mycroft, but by simply believing in him. By coming up with theories and starting a fan club all on the basis of believing that if anyone could defy death, it was Sherlock Holmes. So when Sherlock thought he was really going to die and that there was a minimal chance of survival - his mind palace also turned to Anderson. To the person who, despite all evidence to the contrary, believed he could survive.

I’ve just realized that this entire scene is my most favorite in the series.

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~ Thursday, December 12 ~
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WHEN MY DOG LITERALLY FOLLOWS ME AROUND EVERYWHERE

howdoiputthisgently:

IT’S LIKE:

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BUT IF THEY DON’T FOLLOW ME I’M LIKE:

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~ Monday, December 9 ~
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food52:

Spiking mandatory.

Read more: How to Make Holiday Punch Without a Recipe on Food52.


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~ Thursday, December 5 ~
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theatlantic:

Why Millennials Fell Out of Love With Obama

There’s no heartbreak like the heartbreak of first love, and when it comes to politics, no disappointment more bitter than that of a young person who grows up to realize her one-time idol is all too human.
That’s the explanation offered by Harvard Institute of Politics pollster John Della Volpe and IOP Director Trey Grayson for the precipitous drop in Millennial generation support for President Obama in this year’s annual Survey of Young Americans’ Attitudes toward Politics and Public Service.
"We are now seeing a sea change among this critical demographic," Grayson said. "The president has experienced a double-digit drop among Millennials over the past seven months and that rating is now the lowest we’ve seen during his presidency."
Read more. [Image: Larry Downing/Reuters]


I think the problem is the younger generation doesn’t understand how the world actually works. Nothing is black and white, easy to dissect and people need to realize that politicians are mostly self-interested. To change things, you need to get involved instead of just bitching about it. #endrant

theatlantic:

Why Millennials Fell Out of Love With Obama

There’s no heartbreak like the heartbreak of first love, and when it comes to politics, no disappointment more bitter than that of a young person who grows up to realize her one-time idol is all too human.

That’s the explanation offered by Harvard Institute of Politics pollster John Della Volpe and IOP Director Trey Grayson for the precipitous drop in Millennial generation support for President Obama in this year’s annual Survey of Young Americans’ Attitudes toward Politics and Public Service.

"We are now seeing a sea change among this critical demographic," Grayson said. "The president has experienced a double-digit drop among Millennials over the past seven months and that rating is now the lowest we’ve seen during his presidency."

Read more. [Image: Larry Downing/Reuters]

I think the problem is the younger generation doesn’t understand how the world actually works. Nothing is black and white, easy to dissect and people need to realize that politicians are mostly self-interested. To change things, you need to get involved instead of just bitching about it. #endrant

Tags: The Atlantic Millennials Grow up
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~ Sunday, December 1 ~
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Happy adoption day! At exactly 2:12 a year ago, I brought you home. Though the road wasn’t easy and there’s still a long way to go, I couldn’t be more happy. And I’m sure you are too #ilovemySybie

Happy adoption day! At exactly 2:12 a year ago, I brought you home. Though the road wasn’t easy and there’s still a long way to go, I couldn’t be more happy. And I’m sure you are too #ilovemySybie

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~ Friday, November 29 ~
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brutereason:

Y’all should go fix this.

brutereason:

Y’all should go fix this.


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~ Saturday, November 16 ~
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~ Thursday, October 10 ~
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lisabearr:

west coast living.

I love this town

(Source: versacekardashian)

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~ Wednesday, October 9 ~
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healthier-habits:

Orzo and Feta stuffed peppers (I do not like peppers, I’ll put this in tomatoes)
Click here for full directions!

healthier-habits:

Orzo and Feta stuffed peppers (I do not like peppers, I’ll put this in tomatoes)

Click here for full directions!


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