Reblogged from Green Gables Fables
enchantedsleeper:

A song of love, Harry George Theaker


<3

enchantedsleeper:

A song of love, Harry George Theaker

<3

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iggydelacey:

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Rosalind Franklin.  She performed the x-ray crystallography that helped Watson and Crick identify the double helix shape of DNA.  They got a Nobel Prize, but she was too classy for that.  And she was dead. But mostly she was too classy.

MY GIRL ROSIE 

iggydelacey:

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Rosalind Franklin.  She performed the x-ray crystallography that helped Watson and Crick identify the double helix shape of DNA.  They got a Nobel Prize, but she was too classy for that.  And she was dead. But mostly she was too classy.

MY GIRL ROSIE 

Reblogged from Iggy DeLacey

vfrankmd:

Have you seen my Creature? Please share any mysterious incidents with vfrankmd using the tag #CreatureSighting.

Sighting reports will be collected for my research and shared on the website.

No, but someone stole all the yogurt from my fridge.

Reblogged from Frankenstein MD

What did you say, Anne?

Did anyone catch what Anne said off camera after Gilbert said, “Anne, I was just trying to help!”?

nuggles:

favorite trope: the very important hand touch in period dramas

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It’s not just period dramas. It happens in real life.

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pemberleydigital:

Are you ready? 
New episode coming to life tomorrow at 9am PT - http://pbly.co/FMDpbsds

pemberleydigital:

Are you ready? 

New episode coming to life tomorrow at 9am PT -

Reblogged from Pemberley Digital
ritasv:

I was just resting my eyes!

I relate to this&#8230;

ritasv:

I was just resting my eyes!

I relate to this…

Reblogged from Pemberley Dreams

endangereduglythings:

coelasquid:

romanovan:

if anyone remembers the story that was making rounds a while back about a 19 year old discovering the solution to cleaning up the pacific garbage patch, that project launched a fundraider which now has 7 days to reach it’s goal.

They’re at 89% of the 2 million dollar goal!

This is important. If we can do something about this, we could save millions of aquatic lives.

Reblogged from Endangered Ugly Things