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May the Force of Inspiration & Love Be With You...Always. (yourgroovybouquetsoul is still here!)

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agir1ukn0w·2 hours agoPhoto

Just a reminder…

Cause love and hope for the future and for my fellow human beings lives rent free in my mind✨😎👍

#vote #vote2020 #voteblue2020 #votehimout #voteforchange #votevotevote #votelikeyourlifedependsonit #voteblue (at Highlands Ranch, Colorado)
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agir1ukn0w·10 hours agoText

faedaimon:

Why did we stop with ballroom dances??? Like seriously to waltz around a room with a handsome stranger to classical music while others look at us with envy and after the music ends both of you with flushed cheeks, breathing fast, the sexual tension ; that was the shit.

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agir1ukn0w·10 hours agoText

Honestly, I spend way more time creating playlists than I do actually listening to them lol

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agir1ukn0w·10 hours agoText

inkskinned:

me making what is unmistakably a bad choice: lol 

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agir1ukn0w·19 hours agoPhoto

naniiebimworks:

Aziraphale and Crowley in Morticia and Gomez Addams Halloween costumes.


I kind of wanted to get across the adoration…. and snakeyness and still maintain their sort of colour palette.

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agir1ukn0w·19 hours agoText

ashmoleanmuseum:

Happy #BlackCatDay! This is a bronze statue of the cat-goddess Bastet, made 715-343 BC in Egypt.⁠

Whilst there are many Cat Goddesses and lion gods, Bastet is the only one represented as a domestic cat. In ancient Egypt, Bastet was the goddess of the home, domesticity, cats, fertility and childbirth. She was known to protect the home from evil spirits and diseases, especially those affecting women and children. Bastet was also the daughter of the sun god Re (the all-seeing eye).⁠

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