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jaclcfrost:

u think i am walking around the house with a blanket around my shoulders because i cold but in actuality it is my cloak and i am on an adventure

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agirlnamedally:

livefortravel:

writing on european trains, one of my favorite things in life.

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agirlnamedally:

livefortravel:

writing on european trains, one of my favorite things in life.

!!!

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My beloved Jesus, Your face was beautiful before You began this journey; but, now, it no longer appears beautiful and is disfigured with wounds and blood. Alas, my soul also was once beautiful when it received Your grace in Baptism; but I have since disfigured it with my sins. You alone, my Redeemer, can restore it to its former beauty. Do this by the merits of Your passion; and then do with me as You will.
St. Alphonsus Liguori (via redlipsandlessonslearned)

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salaciouslysera:

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supercali-live:

malditogrillo:

Avocado Chocolate Pudding - A tasty, healthy alternative that’s vegan friendly. Enjoy! Video RECIPE

i got really caught up in the first gif.

oh, to be an avocado.

Okay, I made this earlier today (only used honey instead of agave, because I’m not vegan and allergic to agave) and HOLY HECK IT IS AMAZING. Go. Go make it now.

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I AM EATING THIS RIGHT NOW AND IT IS SO GOOD. I DONT EVEN LIKE AVOCADO UNLESS ITS IN GUACAMOLE AND I AM LITERALLY RUNNING AROUND THE HOUSE WAKING PEOPLE UP TO TRY THIS. GO MAKE SOME.

Reblogging because I want to remember to make this!

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The funny thing is I didn’t grow up with comic books. I grew up with Communism. I was born in Romania and lived there till I was 8 and then I lived in Vienna for a while. Although I was very young, I do remember that we weren’t allowed to leave the country. So after the revolution, people wanted to escape and find a new way of life. It’s that element of being trapped into something—of a lack of freedom. I always thought for me with Bucky, because of how he grew up in the military and his dad dying in an accident on a military base. His last image of Bucky is, “You’re my descendant.” I think there is this enormous amount of weight on him to be something when he’s never had a chance to go, “What do I really want?” I wanted to bring that—I hope that was being translated.