A baby peregrine falcon is held by University of California Santa Cruz student Nicholas Bunn, rear, as Glenn Stewart, director of the UC Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group, right, places a band on its leg near the edge of the 33rd floor of the Pacific Gas & Electric building in San Francisco, Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Three young falcons got a band on each leg, one is the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service bird band that shows a phone number to call in the event someone finds a peregrine, the other is a visual identification band that can be read from a distance with binoculars.
Jeff Chiu | AP (via Day in Pictures - The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, California)
Embroidered brooches by cOnieco
exchanging headcanons and AUs with friends like
then you find that one AU
In case anyone wanted to know what a lightening strike can do to the body- given that they survive.
I’ve reblogged this before but I didn’t know it was from a lightning strike. That’s insane.
How about you go tell the artist how awesome you think it is.
so I’m leaving for a week (yeah it’s not like I’ve been here much anyway, sorry.). While I’m gone I’m not going to worry about rping in hopes of that helping me get my muse back. When I do get back I’m going to hunt down replies and make starters for new followers and hopefully get Gabriel back and talking again. It’s time to move on. I hate neglecting him and he hates being neglected but neither of us are really in a good place.
So yes, that is my PSA. Thanks for being patient.
If I do owe you please feel free to notify me. I have a few saved in my drafts but I don’t know how many I’m missing.
Everyone has their own love language. That’s one of the most important lessons I’ve ever learned.
when your roleplay partner suddenly ramps up the angst
Tricks to a T.