tashabilities:

soyeahso:

CNN anchor Zain Asher reacting to her brother Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Best Actor nomination. 

Awww, sister-in-love! 

(via 2brwngrls)

elizabethlemonades:

beautiful tropical fishes requested by gay-mo

Leslie: You came into a town hall meeting, and we met and we became friends and that is awesome. 
Ann: It is so awesome. You are so awesome! I love you!

30 day the fosters challenge

day 19 | a scene that makes your heart melt

Okay, I’m loving this show (thanks, Netflix Instant!) because of heartfelt moments like this… but I CAN’T STAND the idea of foster daughter Callie possibly getting involved with biological son Brandon. I know they aren’t really related (I mean, obviously), but it still gives me an icky feeling.

I’m only past episode 6, so we’ll see what happens there.

whentherightonecomesalong:

"The Best Songs Come From Broken Hearts" - Rayna Jaymes

2x05 “Don’t Open That Door”

♫ Well I’m not proud of my mistakes 

But thanks to you I’ve got so much to say

Cause the best songs come from broken hearts

From busted dreams and beat up guitars ♫

bunnyvictorious:

GUYS. It doesn’t matter what your politics are - I promise - this is the GREATEST political ad you’ll ever watch.

Carl Sciortino “Father’s Son” (by Carl Sciortino)

This is terrific. “I still love you, Dad.” “Love you too, son.”

mypubliclands:

Don’t Sam and Spud look cute together?!  Did you know that you can adopt your own wild horse or burro from the Bureau of Land Management?  

The BLM uses its Adoption Program as the primary tool to place these iconic animals into private care. The horses and burros available for adoption come from overpopulated Herd Management Areas where vegetation and water could become scarce if too many animals, including wildlife and livestock, use the area. 

Many people have found it personally challenging and rewarding to adopt a wild horse or burro. Additionally, it is a chance to care for, and then own, a part of America’s heritage. The BLM has placed more than 230,000 wild horses and burros into private care since 1971. Many of those animals have become excellent pleasure, show, or work horses.

Learn more at http://on.doi.gov/xvy7DF .  You can also view Sam and Spud’s video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IccmbPISfXk 

super cool.