Finally finished all my Sailor Scout feminism patches B)
If any of you are interested in purchasing one of these as a patch, I will be selling them on my etsy store soon in approx 5x5in sizes, but if you want a specific size or fabric color shoot me a message to discuss a custom patch!
Libraries in many big cities often serve as de facto homeless shelters — a place for people living on the streets to find quiet and warmth — and it can make others, there to just check out books or videos, uncomfortable.
KQED’s Scott Shafer reports that’s why the San Francisco Public Library has hired a full-time social worker. She spends her days roaming the library floors, keeping an eye out for regulars who look like they could use her help. And sometimes she hires the formerly homeless patrons she’s helped, like Joe Bank, to do outreach under her supervision.
motivational to-do list naming
It’s spring it’s spring it’s SPRING #ぶらぶら写真
OT professor humming to himself and perusing the sale books outside the bookstore help
unicorns are notorious for their hatred of posturing bro culture
(I’m debating making this girl available as a sticker and a shirt.)I would buy that shirt. (Assuming it came in plus sizes at no additional cost.)
Would also buy this in plus sizes.
Want this shirt.
Really real question: could I wear this shirt on the campus of my divinity school?
The Rumblr’s in-house astrologer, Madame Clairevoyant, presents her latest dispatch from the stars:
Pisces: This week is going to be about other people. This week, you are going to need to look to other people for your best moments of joy, for your brightest surprises, for the magic you most need. This week is for leaning on your friends when you have to, and it’s for letting them lean on you, for letting relationships with other people sustain you and keep you safe and alive. Talk to your parents on the phone, or talk to your neighbors, or write quiet poems for faraway strangers.
Today’s image was made specially for Madame Clairevoyant by Jen May.
I'm Bailey, a small girl from a small town. I lived a year in Kyoto and I graduated from college in Chicago in 2010. I lived in Boston for almost two years but it was a wash. I moved back to Chicago in May 2012 to rebuild from the ground up. I am in a Master's of Divinity program at a frou frou East Coast university. I say "y'all." I like beautiful things, funny things, photography, Japan, and emoticaps. Left-leaning politics, left-leaning theology, vegan cooking, dresses. My friends call me Etsuko because I was named Etsuko when I started learning Japanese. You write it like 悦子 and it is a very good name.