I'm Julia. This is my life.
My life is characterized by some mix of snark & optimism;my likes range from the delicate to the ironic. I want to be near the ocean. I believe the world is a beautiful place.
This blog is a celebration of nature, of change, of courage, of kindness, of bliss, of life, of the universe.
Scorpio: This is going to be a week of movement and changes, a week of shifting light and unsteady ground, a week of forking paths and strange bright visions. You’ll have to feel your way through unknown territory, through new cities, through the dark. This week, even if you can’t trust the things you can see, try to trust your body; try to trust your feet to carry you home again. Believe that your dreams hold truths that you can’t see during the day. Believe in the people who love you.
— Madame Clairevoyant
Happy Easter babes
"Morning Poem" by Mary Oliver
Happy National Poetry Month
art is giving yourself permission to translate life. exactly the way you feel. see. and hear it. be the artist you are. give yourself permission to speak your own language.
“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”
I’ve reblogged this before and I will reblog it again.
Only one antibiotic is shown to make hormonal birth control less effective. That is rifampin, a special medication used to treat tuberculosis. The brand names for rifampin include Rifadin and Rimactane. Other antibiotics do not make hormonal birth control less effective.
From Planned Parenthood’s response to “Will the morning-after pill work if I’m taking antibiotics?” Excellent answer to a question we hear a lot.