|me in the evening:||oh, staying up late isn't bad, I'll manage tomorrow|
|me in the morning:||AM I A FUCKING IDIOT|
|reads book:||*favourite character dies*|
|me:||maybe if i read this again he won't die this time|
I’m in a glass case of Tamora Pierce emotions.
can we just talk about Joss Whedon’s script for the avengers?
there is so much more i can’t even begin
OH MY GOD SOMEONE READ THE WHOLE SCRIPT TO ME LIKE A BEDTIME STORY
this was originally how i wrote my project script and my media teacher made me rewrite the entire thing joss whedon gave me high expectations of the film industry
I have one professor that HATES when I write like this and one that encourages it. There really is no industry standard. I really think this style (though not as exaggerated as Whedon does it) is surprisingly descriptive and visual.
On the other hand, when you’re Joss Whedon you can do whatever the hell you want.
Anonymous asked: First off I love your blog, Second I just have to ask, What is your orientation?
Guys I don’t know when this is from (past week or so) BUT I GOT ASKED IF I’M GAY. Well, I’m assuming even though it doesn’t say sexual before orientation (if this isn’t what they meant then oops). Which is totally fine and if you know me in real life understand that this is hysterical because I act super queer sometimes. But I’m actually run of the mill straight. I have a fondness for the male figure.
Thank you for loving my blog, anon!
I CAN’T MAKE MYSELF GO TO SLEEP
Prison program gives dogs, inmates 2nd chances
ALTO, Ga. -
It isn’t often that one hears about inmates saving lives, but at one state prison in north Georgia they are doing just that. A special program allows prisoners to help rescue dogs from shelters and give them a second chance at life.
Lee Arrendale State Prison is Alto appears to be a typical prison on the outside, but on the inside there is something special going with dogs living with inmates. Forever Friends K9 Rescue is a program that pairs inmates with dogs from the Habersham County Animal Shelter.
Dogs who have been at the shelter too long and were slated to be put down get a second chance. For 12 weeks 7 dogs live and train with two inmates a piece. They concentrate on obedience, crate training and being house broken. The goal is for the dogs to be adopted out by their forever family.
And for the inmates it is a bit more complicated. 37-year-old Pearl Hartley says she was a very lost person going into the prison. She says her addiction to pills landed her behind bars.
Pearl’s projects are Angel, a lab mix who spent the first 6 months of her life in a cage built for a Pomeranian. She is still a bit unsure of the world, but Pearl has helped Angel come out of her shell. If you ask Pearl, she says it’s angel who has taught her how to live.
And that’s what Warden Kathy Seabolt says it is all about, the second chances.
The prison tried out the program for the first time this summer. All the dogs were adopted out to staff and families of inmates. This group of dogs will be ready for adoption the week before Christmas.
For more information on how you can adopt one of the dogs visit the Habersham County Animal Control website by clicking here.
Video at the link!
Wait. This is nearby and I’m friends with Andrew, the instructor for this program. I love what they’re doing!