Butter was on sale at the grocery store, so my mom came home with 25 pounds of it.
We have to do this stupid project in history making a cereal box for an American Hero, so, of course, I chose Andrew Jackson, and a disgusting number of puns were to follow.
Does anyone else find it hilarious that the tumblr spotlight has a section for parenting?
That feeling of the lingering cold stream of air in a room after someone’s just opened and closed a door to go outside.
It’s still Thursday, and I’ve still got roughly 5 minutes to get out.
Goodbye people of Earth.
There’s a prep school near me whose motto is, “feel free to learn,” which is funny because you have to pay a ton of money to go there.
I can’t be the only lover of history who ships Madison and Jefferson.
I mean, they signed their letters, “Affectionately yours,” when most people were closing with, “Your humble servant.”
I don’t ship them(cause I don’t like Jefferson much) but I do kinda ship Washington and Hamilton.
I didn’t say I liked them. Politicians generally suck, and don’t get me started on some of the things Jefferson did. In any case, I still think it’s great. Yeah, Hamilton and Washington are about as bad. The four were the power couples of the U.S. government.
You guys are totally forgetting about the brotp between Jefferson and Adams.
I mean, even though their political views were completely opposite, they eventually just forgot about that and went back to being bros and dying on the same day. /sigh/
I don’t want to start a ship war or anything, but I mean, Jefferson and Madison. I’m pretty sure they used to take long walks in the Virginia countryside together when Madison was visiting Monticello. They even banded together to slander Hamilton. I mean, come on.
Well excuse you, when Jefferson’s wife died, he stayed at Adams’ home quite often. Not to mention the almost 400 letter between the two, and the fact that Adams’ dying words were
(rumoured)to be “Thomas Jefferson survives.”
You can’t get love more true than that.
Please, Jefferson and Madison were friends for 50 years. Jefferson’s personal letters to reject the Constitution in Virginia and Maryland, against Madison’s goals, didn’t even break those two up. Madison edited Jefferson’s letters to Adams, and they purchased Louisiana together.
I mean, one could argue that Jefferson made the purchase just for Madison.
Fears - A Photographic Study
Printed on 8x10 Illford B&W Paper, this film series of five (I didn’t feel like scanning the last) aimed to dramatically personify common fears or phobias. You may want to click on the photos to enlarge them and see them in their entirety.
Claustrophobia - Fear of Small Spaces, Acluophobia - Fear of Darkness, Chronophobia - Fear of Time, Acrophobia - Fear of Heights, Monophobia - Fear of Being Alone