SaftyCaps

Creative thinking is hard, but so is teaching.

At least I’m progressing…slowly.

At least I’m progressing…slowly.

I am going to revive this tumblr.

It is going to be filled with stories and possibly sketches.

Reblogged from awkwardsituationist

awkwardsituationist:

98 year old dobri dobrev, a man who lost his hearing in the second world war, walks 10 kilometers from his village in his homemade clothes and leather shoes to the city of sofia, where he spends the day begging for money.

though a well recognized fixture around several of the city’s chruches, known for his prostrations of thanks to all donors, it was only recently discovered that he has donated every penny he has collected — over 40,000 euros — towards the restoration of decaying bulgarian monasteries and churches and the utility bills of orphanages, living entirely off his monthly state pension of 80 euros and the kindness of others.

zapbird:

this is important

Reblogged from tessaviolet

zapbird:

this is important

ACTORS AS BABIES OR KIDS

Reblogged from tessaviolet

forevertardisfan:

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Misha Collins

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Tom Hiddleston

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Matt Smith

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David Tennant

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Jared Padalecki

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John Simm

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Benedict Cumberbatch

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Billie Piper

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Jensen Ackles

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Martin Freeman

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Mark Gatiss

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Richard Speight jr

I do not own these images

Reblogged from tessaviolet

tentacruels:

olgie13:

“This gorgeous Hälssen & Lyon calendar is made of brewable tea. Each day is made of fine pressed wafer thin tea leaves.” 

nyphil:

Behind Closed Doors
Broken batons are a normal part of the rehearsal and concert processes (sometimes more deliberate than accidental), but have you ever wondered what happens to the sticks once they snap?
If it’s broken here at the Phil, chances are it ends up occupying a place of honor in our Orchestra Library, in a collection curated by Lawrence Tarlow, our Principal Librarian.

Reblogged from musicalmelody

nyphil:

Behind Closed Doors

Broken batons are a normal part of the rehearsal and concert processes (sometimes more deliberate than accidental), but have you ever wondered what happens to the sticks once they snap?

If it’s broken here at the Phil, chances are it ends up occupying a place of honor in our Orchestra Library, in a collection curated by Lawrence Tarlow, our Principal Librarian.

Reblogged from thingsorganizedneatly

hungrybydesign:

Mikabi Mikan Japanese print ad made out of oranges!
Without relying on digital manipulation they meticulously peeled and dissected several Mikans, using everything from the skin, pulp and juice to recreate an entire front page newspaper. ”

"Wait until the evening before opening night to write your overture. Nothing primes inspiration like necessity."

Reblogged from leadingtone

G. Rossini (via leadingtone)

musicalmelody:

thefatgrackle:

by Enkel Dika

I love this. I dont play french horn, but I want this as a t-shirt. 

Reblogged from musicalmelody

musicalmelody:

thefatgrackle:

by Enkel Dika

I love this. I dont play french horn, but I want this as a t-shirt.