Calvin’s snowmen are breathtaking achievements and I will accept no disputes
I freaking love Calvin’s snowmen
They forgot the best one though!
✨Tis the season✨ #treelighting #columbiauniversity #collegewalk #christmaslights #winter #holidayseason #holidays #lights #panorama (at College Walk - Columbia University)
🌃 #morningsideheights #manhattan #riverside #church #architecture #night #nyc #newyork #concretejungle #historic (at Riverside Church)
It’s amazing, the things you can do with concrete. #concretejungle #riverside #church #architecture #morningsideheights #manhattan #nyc #newyork (at Riverside Church)
I like falling in love with indie bands, because there’s a legit possibility (even probability!) of actually meeting and/or getting to hang with them. That’s why I’m constantly pulling away from the mainstream—because the fangirl life is a hard and UNFORGIVING life. You get to love them so much, but in the end you will never receive the same love back.
This looks really good; this is how you shed the Disney image, and it totally doesn’t look like Vanessa Hudgens
"I hope these shrubs are vegan". I’m dying.. haha
netflix knows what’s up
netflix, you just get me.
A fast metabolism can be as much of a curse as it is a blessing. My body has always followed a normal pattern of growth and weight gain. The only difference was that my curve was placed slightly lower on the graph, as far as numbers are concerned. I struggled with being bullied about my weight. People called me an “anorexic stick” and “pencil girl.” I do not have an eating disorder. I pride myself on my relationship with food—I live to eat, not eat to live. My family is the only reason I got though those rough years. Whenever my self-esteem got beaten down, they were there with unconditional love and reminders that I am worth a great deal.
Eventually my metabolism slowed a bit, enough for me to put on a good amount of weight. I have fat stores all over my body, and parts of me jiggle now that have never jiggled before. And you know what? I am happy about it. When my body was very thin, I thought that was great because of societal pressures to be thin. But now that I have more meat on my bones, I look healthier, and have a realistic body image. I realize how distorted that view of myself while thin was. I have wide hips and big round butt now, but they’re mine, and I have learned to love them. Whether you’re a size 2 or a size 12, you have to love and accept your body for what it is, especially when it changes because that is when it is hardest.
Jimmy, Mariah Carey and The Roots singing “All I want for Christmas Is You” with classroom musical instruments. Enough said.