1. (Source: commanderchrist, via izxxcpp)

     


  2. It was a parasite by the way. One only prevalent in places that are generally tropical or have a very warm climate as well as poor sanitation. He overheard my sister and aunt mention Colombia and her trip there in December for her sisters funeral and he being from India and having seen this parasite effects first hand sort of had a light bulb go off in his head and suddenly all her strange symptoms that failed to show up on any test made sense. 

     


  3. Though an update on some actual good news, my grandmother ended up getting better. When the talk of hospice care started her diagnosis was a complete mystery and no one could figure out what was wrong except that she kept getting worse and worse and death seemed close. Thankfully a doctor overheard a conversation my sister and aunt were having that lead to a light bulb going off and a diagnosis. So instead of hospice care and us getting ready for her final days she’s now about 1000 times better and in a nursing/rehab home where shes undergoing physical therapy for a few weeks to months to prepare her to be home. So you know good stuff has happened. 

     


  4. Things were starting to look up and then we got some bad news today so you know fun times ahead. 

     


  5. eosthetic:

    always say thank you to the bus driver and the crossing guard and the cashier and the person holding the door for you this is crucial

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  6. darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Katie Orlinsky

    Cassandro in the Ring (The New Yorker‘s Photo Booth) Photos of Saúl Armendáriz, known to lucha libre devotees as Cassandro. Armendáriz is an exótico, an openly gay luchador who plays a drag-queen character and forgoes the customary mask in favor of a full face of makeup and coiffed hair


    (via uarhi)

     

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  8. Aidan Koch

    (Source: booooooom.com, via grimlolita)

     

  9. leseanthomas:

    NYC in the 1980s.

    Love.

    Memories.


    After picking up a camera at the age of 15, Jamel Shabazz has been unknowingly become the first “visual documentarian” of hip hop. For over 30 years he’s captured the world around him. Every frame  of that world is a time portal that sparks emotion stemming from the scenes they represent. And if there is ever a glimpse into the foundations of street wear and its surrounding culture, it can be found in the pages of his first book.

    “Back In The Days” is real deal documentation as it pertains to the origins of hip hop, not to mention hip hop fashion. No 2oK a day models. No makeup artists. No food trucks. The models in the book don’t need runways because they lived the life of style. Jamel Shabazz was there to capture it all.”

    Purchase here: http://www.jamelshabazz.com/monographs.html

    (via hex-girlfriend)

     


  10. suicidewatch:

    The Feelies “The Boy With The Perpetual Nervousness”

    (via importantsound)