pllblackhoodie:

a gifset of haleb’s dramtic ending

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siphotos:

Thirteen-year-old sensation Mo’ne Davis, who plays for Philadelphia’s Taney Dragons, has become the first Little Leaguer to grace the national cover of Sports Illustrated. The 5-foot-4 inch, 111-pound eighth grader is not only taking the Little League World Series by storm, but also she has captured the nation’s attention. 
SI STAFF: More information on Mo’ne Davis cover GALLERY: View all of SI’s 2014 Covers
 

siphotos:

Thirteen-year-old sensation Mo’ne Davis, who plays for Philadelphia’s Taney Dragons, has become the first Little Leaguer to grace the national cover of Sports Illustrated. The 5-foot-4 inch, 111-pound eighth grader is not only taking the Little League World Series by storm, but also she has captured the nation’s attention. 

SI STAFF: More information on Mo’ne Davis cover 
GALLERY: View all of SI’s 2014 Covers

 

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About Ian Harding…

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psych2go:

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Fact submitted by: bonjourtammy

Happens all the time.

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Fact submitted by: bonjourtammy

Happens all the time.

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truemanofsteel:

This is just a theory, but I think Superman enjoyed being a smartass 

Just because.

ithelpstodream:

When Christopher Reeve was in the hospital, awaiting a back surgery that had a fifty/fifty chance of killing him, a man burst into his room. He was wearing surgical scrubs, spoke with a strong Russian accent and said he was there to give a rectal exam. It was Robin Williams; the two men had been roommates together at Juilliard.

Later Reeve said of his long life friend: “For the first time since the accident I laughed. My old friend had helped me know that somehow I was going to be okay.”

That’s sort of what Robin Williams did for all of us.

ithelpstodream:

When Christopher Reeve was in the hospital, awaiting a back surgery that had a fifty/fifty chance of killing him, a man burst into his room. He was wearing surgical scrubs, spoke with a strong Russian accent and said he was there to give a rectal exam. It was Robin Williams; the two men had been roommates together at Juilliard.

Later Reeve said of his long life friend: “For the first time since the accident I laughed. My old friend had helped me know that somehow I was going to be okay.”

That’s sort of what Robin Williams did for all of us.

All of life is a coming home. Salesmen, secretaries, coal miners, beekeepers, sword swallowers, all of us. All the restless hearts of the world, all trying to find a way home. It’s hard to describe what I felt like then. Picture yourself walking for days in the driving snow; you don’t even know you’re walking in circles. The heaviness of your legs in the drifts, your shouts disappearing into the wind. How small you can feel, and how far away home can be. Home. The dictionary defines it as both a place of origin and a goal or destination. And the storm? The storm was all in my mind. Or as the poet Dante put it: In the middle of the journey of my life, I found myself in a dark wood, for I had lost the right path. Eventually I would find the right path, but in the most unlikely place.