Nov 20

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this tumblr will self-destruct in a couple weeks or so. natlee (formerly natattacks.tumblr.com) has moved. follow me! ;D

Nov 07

beautifall lunch break. (Taken with instagram)

beautifall lunch break. (Taken with instagram)

Nov 05

(Taken with instagram)

(Taken with instagram)

Oct 31

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Oct 29

hahahahahaha

hahahahahaha

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such a beautiful, tortured soul.

such a beautiful, tortured soul.

happy halloweenie!

happy halloweenie!

i can only hope.

i can only hope.

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blissed:

mis bebés. 

she not only has the most precious kids but is the most precious mom.

blissed:

mis bebés. 

she not only has the most precious kids but is the most precious mom.

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Oct 28

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Install a Penny Countertop — DIY How-to from Make: Projects

Oct 26

thedailywhat:

This Day In Time Travel History of the Day: On this day, 25 years ago, a certain Marty McFly embarked on a mission to break up, and subsequently reunite, the teenage versions of his parents in Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale’s seminal time travel epic Back to the Future.
That’s right! Today is officially the silver anniversary of everyone’s favorite movie about a guy who really doesn’t like being called “chicken.” To mark this special occasion (and the release of the brand new Trilogy boxset), Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Robert Zemeckis, and others sat down with the Today Show’s Meredith Vieira to discuss the film’s ongoing significance 25 years later.
You can watch the entire interview below.




[msnbc / image: internettoday.]

thedailywhat:

This Day In Time Travel History of the Day: On this day, 25 years ago, a certain Marty McFly embarked on a mission to break up, and subsequently reunite, the teenage versions of his parents in Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale’s seminal time travel epic Back to the Future.

That’s right! Today is officially the silver anniversary of everyone’s favorite movie about a guy who really doesn’t like being called “chicken.” To mark this special occasion (and the release of the brand new Trilogy boxset), Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Robert Zemeckis, and others sat down with the Today Show’s Meredith Vieira to discuss the film’s ongoing significance 25 years later.

You can watch the entire interview below.

[msnbc / image: internettoday.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

i could only imagine how long this took.

i could only imagine how long this took.

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RIP Gregory Isaacs. and Paul, the Octopus.