Cameron Kay. 21. Northern California. Muser. Coffee enthusiast. Cat lady. Ron Swanson fangirl. Music Industry major at CSU Chico.

meaganfanart:

broccoleafveins:

See the full footage here: Winston (kitty) takes care of Zeke (puppy) 

 
"Zeke just got home from the vet — being allergic to certain grasses, he broke out in hives and they gave him steroid and benadryl shots. This is Winston, loving and taking care of him"

A cats purr vibrates at a frequency that promotes bone health and aids in healing. So the kitty is probably trying to purr him better.

"I like it when it rains hard. It sounds like white noise everywhere, which is like silence but not empty."

- Mark Haddon, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (via autobibliography)
lowfi666:

Tea time fuckface

lowfi666:

Tea time fuckface

headlikeanorange:

A few days old Indian elephant calf takes its first bath. (Natural World - BBC)

alicesbookshelf:

Do you ever just finish a book and scream to yourself “THIS CAN’T BE THE END”

creativehouses:

HUGE geode in bathroom

creativehouses:

HUGE geode in bathroom

2005emo:

why doesn’t anywhere sell normal clothes for women? like i want a plain black fuckin sweater not a mohair cross stitch embroidered cropped asymmetrical slouch longline short sleeved drop hem thing with a hole in the back 

Cairospirit in Tunisia, Medina of Kerouan

Grammy Gals 👯 #GrammyUSF (at Fantasy Recording Studios)

Grammy Gals 👯 #GrammyUSF (at Fantasy Recording Studios)

wonderlandtattoospdx:

kirstenmakestattoos:

Joseph’s Coat roses and British robins for Krystal. This was her first tattoo! Thanks for being SUCH a champ, lady! Such a pleasure to do.

Kirsten Holliday

Today I’m going to a Grammy U event in Berkeley to network with some music industry folks. Pretty stoked.

I feel like I’m just proving every family member wrong who doubted that I could actually do something in the music business. Gee, thanks for the support.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Camille Kachani

With a background in photography, painting, economics, and history, Camille Kachani has a diverse artistic practice that spans a range of mediums. His projects are united by a common sense of ironic humor and an engagement with everyday life or the artist’s personal experiences. Kachani’s series, “Tomorrow Was Another Day,” (begun 2012) was based on his experience of Lebanon during its Civil War in the 1970s. Other works include a series of imaginary consumer products, false traffic signs installed in public spaces, and “Programa de Desobediência Civil” (2005), for which Kachani made variations on the U.S. dollar bill, featuring different cultural icons.