...to defeat the huns.

DeAnna aka Dee or Meowbooks. Student of Life. Hufflepuff. Whovian.
If you're just looking to see what I'll reblog: Optimism, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Supernatural, things about social media, social issues, geeky things, Pirates of the Caribbean,NBC's Chuck, Game of Thones, Quotes and a slew of other stuff that tickles my fancy.



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snazzapplesweet:

imploding-with-feels:

jaclcfrost:

elementary school was like “hell yeah”. middle school was like “hell no”. and high school. high school is just “hell”

college is just “what the hell”

and as far as i can tell life after college is just “to hell with it”

(via tragically-beautiful-stars)

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ce-les-ti-al:

camiekahle:

I’ve never related to anything more

college in a 17 second montage

(Source: fartgallery, via skellyscoo)

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The Disconnection Myth (A Working Idea in Progress)

youthconvertsculture:

“Connection is why we’re here; it is what gives purpose and meaning to our lives. The power that connection holds in our lives was confirmed when the main concern about connection emerged as the fear of disconnection; the fear that something we have done or failed to do, something about who we are or where we come from, has made us unlovable and unworthy of connection.” – Brené Brown Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead

If I heard anything in college it was the phrase “it’s all about connections.” I often wondered how in the world I would find my way when I couldn’t nail down what I wanted to do with my life long enough to make the connections it seemed I so desperately would need to get in the door. The what of my path was always, (and still is) a bit tricky and makes me feel uneasy sometimes but the why on the other hand was never an issue. I always knew it was about people. More specifically, I always knew it was about helping people. It was about the constant pursuit of living for others, beside others, with others. It was about bridging the gaps between people and the hope of leaving the world a speck better than when I entered it. It was about connections. This truth still exists. It is still one of the most important factors to finding, and becoming our best selves. It is still all about connections – it’s just that the definition of the word has changed. And that is a good thing, a really good thing. We have the chance to flip the script. To shift the paradigm. To make the good the only – and connections is how we are going to do it. It is no longer just about who you know, who your parents know, where you were born, where you went to school. All of those things are factors, yes but they are not the deciding factor. They no longer have to make or break you, or your path. All we have to do is become connected locally, globally, and digitally, person to person; in all of those spaces. I find myself spending a lot of time thinking about connections- and a lot more time in the world of education defending my stance on the critical need for people (all people) to be connected locally, globally and digitally. I am constantly asking a lot of questions about what it means to be connected and am usually most drawn to how we are connected to each other, what is created because of those connections, and the illusion that connection is a privilege and/or choice. But before we get into any of that we have to start with the why of it all. Why do we desire, seek out, and identify through connections? Because connections are the thing. The fear of disconnection disappears when we realize not only are we all worthy of connection, we are all capable of it on more levels than were ever humanly possible. So go ahead: get connected. Even more so than that, embrace connection. I dare you. Stop believing the myth that we are simultaneously becoming more disconnected as our world is allowing us to be more deeply connected in every aspect of our life. The majority of our students have already figured this out whether or not you decide to join them, but I’m betting on the fact that most of them hope you will.

- Beth 

(via adventuresinlearning)

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pocketspooks:

locksandglasses:

I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is

image

(via believeinprongs)

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221binyourbonnet:

butchinthesouth:

versatilequeen:

moriiahh:

Harold likes to help me with my homework. And yes that is a diaper we made to make sure he doesn’t pee everywhere when we let him roam the house..don’t judge.

TORTOISE IN A DIAPER.

Omg. Morning made.

THIS WOULD HAVE SOLVED SO MANY OF MY PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE

(Source: moriahsherie, via )

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221binyourbonnet:

butchinthesouth:

versatilequeen:

moriiahh:

Harold likes to help me with my homework. And yes that is a diaper we made to make sure he doesn’t pee everywhere when we let him roam the house..don’t judge.

TORTOISE IN A DIAPER.

Omg. Morning made.

THIS WOULD HAVE SOLVED SO MANY OF MY PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE

(Source: moriahsherie, via canadiaplease)

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abs-gabs:

SOMEONE FINALLY SAID IT

(via madmaninthatoldbluebox)

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mckillington:

i-zelyonii-popugai:

mustbekarma:

agentbartowski:

can you use the term, “i shit you not” in an english essay or is that unprofessional?

nonononono, never use “I” statements in formal essays.

One shits you not

Also acceptable: This author shits you not

It’s best to avoid the “general you.”
“One would not be considered shitted,” is probably the best way I could think to word it formally. 

(Source: tacoposey, via milliecarlton)

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bakrua:

americans listen up because im tired of getting messages about it

  • in england we go to college at 16
  • after two years (or optional more) we then go to university
  • english college is the same as the last years of highschool
  • english university is the same as your college
  • stop sending me messages saying ‘YOU’RE 16 HOW DO U GO TO COLLEGE???’

(Source: bakrua, via the3rdjp)

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I was freaking out earlier, but then I looked at the instructions for one of the optional essays I can write instead of going in for a 8:00 am final and realized the required word count is less than I thought it was. 

THANK YOU GOD AND THE UNIVERSE AND MY PROFESSOR AND WHOEVER ELSE DECIDED THE FATES SHOULD BE KIND.

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pocketspooks:

locksandglasses:

I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is

image

(via the3rdjp)

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disneybombshell:

ifeelcapretty:

The American collegiate system in one gif set

it hurts

(Source: sandandglass, via isomorphic)

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ooky-spooky-nipples:

spookyprincesshajimeichinose:

awwww-cute:

Found this little guy at college today

I wonder what he is majoring in.

Picking up chicks

(via darlingsofthestage)

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ghettoffmylawn:

cokeflow:

catholicnun:

how do u college

you get off tumblr

so that’s where i went wrong

(via canadiaplease)

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Social Media Tips : Never post telling the world when you’re doing something wrong.

…like being on Tumblr when you’re in the school library and a tour group for your school is walking by.