“There is an idiom that goes ‘it takes two to tango.’ Lucky for us, that’s the exact number of emus we have in this video below from camelsandfriends showing the pair ‘dancing the tango,’ along with a special guest appearance by an ostrich friend.”
A month-long imagination invasion.
"Every year, my wife and I devote the month of November to convincing our children their plastic dinosaur figures come to life while they sleep.
It began modestly enough. The kids woke up to discover that the dinosaurs had gotten into a box of cereal and made a mess on the kitchen table.”
If I am ever a parent, this will certainly be me.
this is cool and weird at the same time
he looks like rory.
haha, and there’s a gap in the eyebrow where Smith is. XD
I’m sorry, I cannot get over the EYEBROW GAP
this is important
photos with deers near London from last week!
…just a preview.
photos by VW <3
Still not over the idea of Vulcan babies and their parents.
I’M NOT EITHER. Seriously - why aren’t more people all about Vulcan babies/kids? the whole concept makes me just melt. SO ADORABLY SERIOUS.
Listen to me, you can’t fix people.
Your love won’t make him stop hating his father
and your devotion won’t cure her of her childhood.
All you can do is be there, violets sprouting out
from your ribs, acceptance on your lips, your own
wounds still bleeding and all you can do is be there
and sometimes that’s enough, sometimes that’s everything.
"please recite your vows"
i have, and always shall be, your friend
"But I am not human. I am only-"
"Spock," Jim interrupted impatiently, "you want to know something?"
Spock watched as Jim knelt beside him.
"Everyone’s human," Jim said.
"You insult me." Spock turned away.
"Only human," Jim insisted gently.
"Racist," Spock murmured, his gaze fixed on the ceiling, but Jim saw the glimmer in his eye.
"Vulcan," Jim countered. He held out his hand. "Come on. I need you."
Spock hesitated, then, very deliberately, took Jim’s hand.