Shailene Woodley : a summary

twinking:

"when i was your age…"

WELL GUESS WHAT, THINGS HAVE CHANGED SINCE THE DINOSAURS LIVED

taylorswift:

simplysfans:

There’s nothing like just apple picking in the Fall, the first cold New York weather hitting you, the fashion sense steaming up, and the fresh apple cider and donuts.

I LOVE THE FALL.

And hats and scarves and knee socks and wearing tights for the first time in months and when…

taylorswift:

mosaicbrokenhearts:

mosaicbrokenhearts:

taylorswift so like can i get your pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe or nah

taylorswift come on come on don’t leave me like this

I use different ones but this one is pretty solid.. Except that I don’t use milk chocolate chips, I use semi sweet or dark chocolate chocolate bars that I chopped up into different sized chocolate chunks.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/pumpkin-chocolate-chip-cookies-recipe.html#

theoddmentemporium:

When Jonathan Reed’s wife, Mary, died in 1893, the widower didn’t want to leave her side. In fact, he was so devoted he moved in to her tomb, where he lived (with a parrot) for over 10 years.
From the Evergreen Cemetery’s website:

Reed had his Mary’s casket transferred to the vault, where he installed an empty casket in which he would eventually lie. He then settled into what became his second home. Domestic furniture stood in the vestibule, a wood stove provided heat, and scattered about the vault were a clock, some urns filled with flowers, photographs, paintings on the wall, a deck of playing cards, Mary’s half-finished knitting, and the family’s pet parrot (first alive, later stuffed). As word of Reed’s story spread, company began stopping by. Around 7,000 people stopped by in the first year alone.
Witnesses said he ate all of his meals there and held imaginary conversations with his wife. According to the New York Times article, published in March of 1905, “Mr. Reed could never be made to believe that his wife was really dead, his explanation of her condition being that the warmth had simply left her body and that if he kept the mausoleum warm she would continue to sleep peacefully in the costly metallic casket in which her remains were put.” The article also states, “According to his friends, he really believed that his wife could understand what he was saying to her.”

Reed died in 1905 and was finally interred with Mary — you can read his New York Times obituary here.

theoddmentemporium:

When Jonathan Reed’s wife, Mary, died in 1893, the widower didn’t want to leave her side. In fact, he was so devoted he moved in to her tomb, where he lived (with a parrot) for over 10 years.

From the Evergreen Cemetery’s website:

Reed had his Mary’s casket transferred to the vault, where he installed an empty casket in which he would eventually lie. He then settled into what became his second home. Domestic furniture stood in the vestibule, a wood stove provided heat, and scattered about the vault were a clock, some urns filled with flowers, photographs, paintings on the wall, a deck of playing cards, Mary’s half-finished knitting, and the family’s pet parrot (first alive, later stuffed). As word of Reed’s story spread, company began stopping by. Around 7,000 people stopped by in the first year alone.

Witnesses said he ate all of his meals there and held imaginary conversations with his wife. According to the New York Times article, published in March of 1905, “Mr. Reed could never be made to believe that his wife was really dead, his explanation of her condition being that the warmth had simply left her body and that if he kept the mausoleum warm she would continue to sleep peacefully in the costly metallic casket in which her remains were put.” The article also states, “According to his friends, he really believed that his wife could understand what he was saying to her.”

Reed died in 1905 and was finally interred with Mary — you can read his New York Times obituary here.

withlovemarilynmonroe:

Joe DiMaggio passed away March 8th, 1999. He was Marilyn’s greatest love and closest friend. Aside from a rough marriage and a heartbreaking divorce, there were no two people that were as in love as Marilyn and Joe. Since the passing of Marilyn in 1962, Joe had dozens of roses brought to her grave every week for 20 years. He never married again. No one could replace his only love. His last words were “I’ll finally get to see Marilyn.” 

Marilyn and Joe in Banff, Canada. 1953.

withlovemarilynmonroe:

Joe DiMaggio passed away March 8th, 1999. He was Marilyn’s greatest love and closest friend. Aside from a rough marriage and a heartbreaking divorce, there were no two people that were as in love as Marilyn and Joe. Since the passing of Marilyn in 1962, Joe had dozens of roses brought to her grave every week for 20 years. He never married again. No one could replace his only love. His last words were “I’ll finally get to see Marilyn.”

Marilyn and Joe in Banff, Canada. 1953.

chxrubic:

We Remember

chxrubic:

We Remember