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Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet on the set of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet on the set of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

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englishsnow:

Colorado by Kevin Russ

I think that’s one of the things I love most about this state; the variations in landscapes and climates.

I’ve gotta get back there. 

Evelyn was trying to give me all of these weird analogies for calico cats, something about squares and something about colors not being smeared, so I decided to google it and I found this. this cat looks just like Thursday!

My baby!

Evelyn was trying to give me all of these weird analogies for calico cats, something about squares and something about colors not being smeared, so I decided to google it and I found this. this cat looks just like Thursday!

My baby!

satanwearsabra:

Thursday as a kitten

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I excel at breaking blenders and feeling soul numbing jealousy. 

 

 

humansofnewyork:

"What was the saddest moment of your life?""When my father died.""How did he die?""He was in an accident back in Guyana. He was riding a motorcycle and got thrown into a stream.""Do you remember a moment when you most admired your father?""My father was a carpenter. And when I was growing up, he would take a ferry every morning across the river to find work. It was the Essequibo River. A very dangerous river. When he returned home in the evening, sometimes I would wait by the docks for him. Every once in awhile, the tides were so bad that the boat could not land. And it would wait offshore. If he saw me waiting for him, he would jump off the boat and swim to me. No other man would do that. It was a very dangerous river."

humansofnewyork:

"What was the saddest moment of your life?"
"When my father died."
"How did he die?"
"He was in an accident back in Guyana. He was riding a motorcycle and got thrown into a stream."
"Do you remember a moment when you most admired your father?"
"My father was a carpenter. And when I was growing up, he would take a ferry every morning across the river to find work. It was the Essequibo River. A very dangerous river. When he returned home in the evening, sometimes I would wait by the docks for him. Every once in awhile, the tides were so bad that the boat could not land. And it would wait offshore. If he saw me waiting for him, he would jump off the boat and swim to me. No other man would do that. It was a very dangerous river."