zebra socks and other stuff

hi stranger. i can build a vicious fort and i can (probably) beat you at connect-4. i do, however, have a rather difficult time completing a sentence without stuttering and walking without tripping.

also, i unintentionally make things awkward.
Any zebra-ey/fort/connect-4/gluten and dairy free nuggets can be sent to me at zebrasock at gmail.
Sep 30
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Sep 28
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You know what?

I have outrageously great friends.
I am really freakin lucky.

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Sep 26
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npr:

World War I left many soldiers with disfiguring scars. So American artist Anna Coleman Ladd set up her own studio in Paris and set to work sculpting new faces for those who had lost a piece of theirs in trench warfare.
Ladd started by getting to know the men: their quirks, daily habits, what their siblings looked like, the limited facial expressions they were still capable of. Then, she would choose an expression. For some, that expression would be the only one they could wear.
The Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art has just posted a collection of Ladd’s papers online — photos, letters, diaries and other texts documenting her work.
One Sculptor’s Answer To WWI Wounds: Plaster, Copper And Paint
Photo: American Red Cross/Anna Coleman Ladd papers/Archives of American Art/Smithsonian Institution

npr:

World War I left many soldiers with disfiguring scars. So American artist Anna Coleman Ladd set up her own studio in Paris and set to work sculpting new faces for those who had lost a piece of theirs in trench warfare.

Ladd started by getting to know the men: their quirks, daily habits, what their siblings looked like, the limited facial expressions they were still capable of. Then, she would choose an expression. For some, that expression would be the only one they could wear.

The Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art has just posted a collection of Ladd’s papers online — photos, letters, diaries and other texts documenting her work.

One Sculptor’s Answer To WWI Wounds: Plaster, Copper And Paint

Photo: American Red Cross/Anna Coleman Ladd papers/Archives of American Art/Smithsonian Institution

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Sep 25
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breakinq:

following back tons

breakinq:

following back tons

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  • accidentally thinks about something awkward i did three years ago
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(Source: yodiscrepo, via gnarly)

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pajameys:

throwback thursday omg I look soo different


I watched a “stages of life” video when I was a kid so for the longest time, I just knew that babies were made when the worm eats the cheese.

pajameys:

throwback thursday omg I look soo different

I watched a “stages of life” video when I was a kid so for the longest time, I just knew that babies were made when the worm eats the cheese.

(via gnarly)

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