Times Infinity Plus One
Wedding Times
I am a: newlywed, kindergarten teacher, lover, dreamer, shower singer, apartment dancer, total dork.
I am not a: fighter
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conditiond:

Testing out some new #doubleexposure. This is the digital twin of my first time using a strobe with medium format film. #vscocam #mextures  (at Foxtrot Images Den)

Testing.
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modcloth:

Tiny fox hugs: once of the many reasons we <3 critter jewelry.

WANT!
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becomingtaylor:

This is so important


Love and hate these because they’re the truth.
becomingtaylor:

This is so important


Love and hate these because they’re the truth.
becomingtaylor:

This is so important


Love and hate these because they’re the truth.
becomingtaylor:

This is so important


Love and hate these because they’re the truth.
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"I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
RIP Maya Angelou. I will never forget how you made me feel (via kawrage)
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sesamestreet:

We’re saddened by the passing of our friend Maya Angelou. Thank you for all you’ve done, and for all the hugs.
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crystalsrad:

this is my FAVORITE one so far
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moviesinframes:

Her, 2013 (dir. Spike Jonze) 

By neverforgettingtobeawesome

Need to watch again.
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dailyotter:

Sea Otter Mother Floats Holding Her Pup Close
Via Chuq von Rospach

Squeeee!
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latimes:

Fueled by unusually hot May weather and strong winds, wildfires have broken out in more than half a dozen spots in northern San Diego County and spread at a dangerous pace. As of Wednesday night, the fires had burned about 10,000 acres in San Diego County.
Our Metro staff is posting regular updates on the fires, and our photographers continue to add to a photo gallery of the efforts to fight them.
Photos, from top: The moon rises in a smoky sky as seen from Carlsbad (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times); the fire in San Marcos (Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times); an airplane drops fire retardant on a hilltop home that had caught fire near Cal State San Marcos (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times); people stranded by the Fallbrook fire wait outside their cars on the closed southbound I-15 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times); Robert Payne hugs his dog Rocky after he was found hiding in the back of his burned home after it was destroyed in the Pointsettia wildfire (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times).

Yipes! So not looking forward to this summer…
latimes:

Fueled by unusually hot May weather and strong winds, wildfires have broken out in more than half a dozen spots in northern San Diego County and spread at a dangerous pace. As of Wednesday night, the fires had burned about 10,000 acres in San Diego County.
Our Metro staff is posting regular updates on the fires, and our photographers continue to add to a photo gallery of the efforts to fight them.
Photos, from top: The moon rises in a smoky sky as seen from Carlsbad (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times); the fire in San Marcos (Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times); an airplane drops fire retardant on a hilltop home that had caught fire near Cal State San Marcos (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times); people stranded by the Fallbrook fire wait outside their cars on the closed southbound I-15 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times); Robert Payne hugs his dog Rocky after he was found hiding in the back of his burned home after it was destroyed in the Pointsettia wildfire (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times).

Yipes! So not looking forward to this summer…
latimes:

Fueled by unusually hot May weather and strong winds, wildfires have broken out in more than half a dozen spots in northern San Diego County and spread at a dangerous pace. As of Wednesday night, the fires had burned about 10,000 acres in San Diego County.
Our Metro staff is posting regular updates on the fires, and our photographers continue to add to a photo gallery of the efforts to fight them.
Photos, from top: The moon rises in a smoky sky as seen from Carlsbad (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times); the fire in San Marcos (Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times); an airplane drops fire retardant on a hilltop home that had caught fire near Cal State San Marcos (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times); people stranded by the Fallbrook fire wait outside their cars on the closed southbound I-15 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times); Robert Payne hugs his dog Rocky after he was found hiding in the back of his burned home after it was destroyed in the Pointsettia wildfire (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times).

Yipes! So not looking forward to this summer…
latimes:

Fueled by unusually hot May weather and strong winds, wildfires have broken out in more than half a dozen spots in northern San Diego County and spread at a dangerous pace. As of Wednesday night, the fires had burned about 10,000 acres in San Diego County.
Our Metro staff is posting regular updates on the fires, and our photographers continue to add to a photo gallery of the efforts to fight them.
Photos, from top: The moon rises in a smoky sky as seen from Carlsbad (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times); the fire in San Marcos (Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times); an airplane drops fire retardant on a hilltop home that had caught fire near Cal State San Marcos (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times); people stranded by the Fallbrook fire wait outside their cars on the closed southbound I-15 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times); Robert Payne hugs his dog Rocky after he was found hiding in the back of his burned home after it was destroyed in the Pointsettia wildfire (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times).

Yipes! So not looking forward to this summer…
latimes:

Fueled by unusually hot May weather and strong winds, wildfires have broken out in more than half a dozen spots in northern San Diego County and spread at a dangerous pace. As of Wednesday night, the fires had burned about 10,000 acres in San Diego County.
Our Metro staff is posting regular updates on the fires, and our photographers continue to add to a photo gallery of the efforts to fight them.
Photos, from top: The moon rises in a smoky sky as seen from Carlsbad (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times); the fire in San Marcos (Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times); an airplane drops fire retardant on a hilltop home that had caught fire near Cal State San Marcos (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times); people stranded by the Fallbrook fire wait outside their cars on the closed southbound I-15 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times); Robert Payne hugs his dog Rocky after he was found hiding in the back of his burned home after it was destroyed in the Pointsettia wildfire (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times).

Yipes! So not looking forward to this summer…
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latimes:

A preliminary map released by the California Geological Survey shows the Hollywood fault running under hundreds of buildings, including the Capitol Records building and luxury hotels on the Sunset Strip. Take a tour of the fault line here.
Under The Volcano
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modcloth:

Bike fashion for the win. 
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He’s going to grow so fast…