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How are you guys gonna get out of the boxcar ?

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svllywood:

5 years ago if you told me ben affleck, tyler perry and nph would make one of the greatest movies of the decade i would have laughed and said “right, and matthew mccconaughey will win an oscar”

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Audra McDonald as the Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd

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The worst part about having anxiety is when you become so shaky or preoccupied with your anxiety that you are effectively rendered useless for a few hours.  Sometimes these fits happen for no reason.  Today I know why, and it’s stupid.  There is honestly no reason for me to be nervous about maybe not getting to see my friend next weekend.  But I still can’t focus on anything else.

It’s worse on weekends.  At least I can focus on work to keep my mind off my anxiety during the week.  On weekends, I sit in my pajamas with nothing to do and no one to talk to.  Then I dwell on my anxiety and how forgotten I feel and everything I’ve done wrong in life.  And it’s the worst.

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becominginspired:

asanaambitions:

break-the-frozenheart:

lovelyrugbee:

bukibun:

kristenfights:

asanaambitions:

Friendly reminder to check your breasts while you’re just sitting there scrolling the internet, then reblog so your followers do the same. Two people I know were just diagnosed within the same week.

FOREVER RE-BLOG WHEN I SEE THIS ON MY DASH
DO IT LADIES, IT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE

so painfully relevant in my life right now :(

As a nurse in a clinic that frequently diagnoses breast cancer, let me say that age has NOTHING TO DO WITH IT! I have seen many as young as 25! But Please do this at least no more than once or twice a month. You won’t be able to feel a gradual change if you check your breasts everyday. Look for hard abnormal lumps. Soft, mobile masses are normal. Cancers LITERALLY feel as hard as marbles. But anything that is abnormal for you should be checked out.

Let me say that these are very important. Due to high risk of breast cancer in my family, I always gave to be on guard, but every woman should do it regardless.

Pretty happy that people may actually be checking breasts because of my post. The two people that were diagnosed with cancer have started treatment and one has lost all her hair already. This was for them. :)

All boobie having persons (basically all persons since male bodied humans have boobles too) needs to keep on dis

becominginspired:

asanaambitions:

break-the-frozenheart:

lovelyrugbee:

bukibun:

kristenfights:

asanaambitions:

Friendly reminder to check your breasts while you’re just sitting there scrolling the internet, then reblog so your followers do the same. Two people I know were just diagnosed within the same week.

FOREVER RE-BLOG WHEN I SEE THIS ON MY DASH

DO IT LADIES, IT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE

so painfully relevant in my life right now :(

As a nurse in a clinic that frequently diagnoses breast cancer, let me say that age has NOTHING TO DO WITH IT! I have seen many as young as 25! But Please do this at least no more than once or twice a month. You won’t be able to feel a gradual change if you check your breasts everyday. Look for hard abnormal lumps. Soft, mobile masses are normal. Cancers LITERALLY feel as hard as marbles. But anything that is abnormal for you should be checked out.

Let me say that these are very important. Due to high risk of breast cancer in my family, I always gave to be on guard, but every woman should do it regardless.

Pretty happy that people may actually be checking breasts because of my post. The two people that were diagnosed with cancer have started treatment and one has lost all her hair already. This was for them. :)

All boobie having persons (basically all persons since male bodied humans have boobles too) needs to keep on dis

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accentuateawesome:

errantsentences:

greatest thing ever??

THIS NEVER GETS OLD

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Do you ever wonder what Sierra Boggess’s next show is going to be?  Do you ever fear it’s going to be Dr. Zhivago?  Or worse, Phantom again?