gravesandghouls:

Luis Ricardo Falero- The Witches Sabbath, 1880

gravesandghouls:

Luis Ricardo Falero- The Witches Sabbath, 1880

(via vintagegal)

animefood:

Akuma No Riddle

animefood:

Akuma No Riddle

(Source: hopelessbaka)

koorik:

Jo In Hyuk

koorik:

Jo In Hyuk

(via dinosaurgy)

Sometimes I swear we must be having the same dreams and that our subconsciouses converge in the wee hours.

Tags: personal

I haven’t been as productive as I like recently, so I downloaded Pomodoro One yesterday. Holy crap I love this app! I just did 1.5 hours of work like it was nothing!

Super productive Calhoun&Caffeine is back and ready to tackle these two historiographic essays and make a website!

vintagegal:

Les chats de Willy Ronis, Paris, 1954 (via)

vintagegal:

Les chats de Willy Ronis, Paris, 1954 (via)

i miss july. some people would say julio.

daises-stars:

checking out new followers

(Source: afterstories, via sneakyprawnz)

harrymckenzie:

Monday Thoughts 2

Up Close: Riding Jacket c.1750 Europe (X)
holographic-plants:

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chroniccurve:

It’s Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week in the UK!
Again, I really have to commend nras-uk on their awareness materials. So glad to see awareness materials addressing not just fatigue, but the impact of fatigue—on sex, no less!You can follow NRAS here:
Twitter: @nras-uk
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Get involved and learn about local events here!


This is so true. I’m sad right now because eating makes me tired.

chroniccurve:

It’s Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week in the UK!

Again, I really have to commend nras-uk on their awareness materials. So glad to see awareness materials addressing not just fatigue, but the impact of fatigue—on sex, no less!

You can follow NRAS here:

This is so true. I’m sad right now because eating makes me tired.

Hey history peeps!

Getting messages from a few of you recently has made me so happy!

But I want to follow it up with two-way questions because I want to know more about you! <3

(Ask me to answer one or feel free to respond to any of them.)

1. Favorite kind of history to study?

2. Favorite historical figures?

3. Best monographs you’ve read recently?

4. Monograph that changed how you study history?

5. Favorite historians?

6. Historical period you could visit/event you would visit?

7. Favorite place to read/write?

8. Current history classes or projects you’re working on?

9. Coffee or tea?

10. Why do you like (love, deeply and passionately?) history?

skinny-cappuccino-please:

People use drugs… I use coffee ☕️ na We Heart It.

skinny-cappuccino-please:

People use drugs… I use coffee ☕️ na We Heart It.