Cole, Andy, Tom, and Steve boarded tonight’s half-hour premiere for Season Six. It’s kind of a big deal, what with meeting Finn’s dad and all. Just please make sure you note Adventure Time’s NEW TIME: 6/5c.
Wake Up/Escape from the Citadel promo by writer/storyboard artist Steve Wolfhard
Adventure Time: Season 6 begins
*sobbing* I did it. I TTed too much. I flew toO FUCKING CLOSE TO THE SUN AND NOW HERE WE ARE ;~;
Free to a good home. Please only ask if he’s a dreamie, and if you frick up like I did just give him away for free to a good home ♥
Hi, I saw your post on villageradopt but I cannot get to your askbox! I would love to have the cranky kitty if he is still available. :)
As part of my job as an RA (resident advisor) I have to make a new bulletin board for my floor each month!
Here is a sampling of my most recent bulletin boards!My friend is pretty much the greatest RA ever
Amazing bulletin boards
I really appreciated this explanation of the difference between dorms and residence halls. I so frequently correct people on campus when they refer to their room as a “dorm” and especially when they refer to the whole building as such. However, I never have a well articulated response as to why they are incorrect. I usually say “we don’t live in big rooms full of beds” which is accurate, especially since my hall has two private bedrooms attached by a bathroom/common area.
This eloquently describes the difference while touching upon the beauty of Residence Life.
I don’t go to University of Houston, but props to their Res Life!
Smithville school district’s board of trustees heard from Smithville Elementary fourth-grader Sierra Winter and her mother Christa Chagra requesting a change to the district’s dress code at last week’s meeting on March 24.
So, this is my little sister and I am hella proud.
Ten-year-old Sierra addressed the board about her new hairstyle - a short, spiked-style do – which she was recently told to “flatten” by SES principle Denise Rogers.
“Once I decided I wanted this haircut, I was ecstatic,” she said. “One day before school, I was asked by my principle to flatten it down. I was left with very wet, but flat hair. I was very upset. I see boys spike their hair at school all the time.”
Sierra started a petition for a school dress code allowing spiked or gelled hair and obtained over 100 signatures by students and parents.
“Please give me an opportunity to express myself through my hair,” she said.
you go gurl <3
This little girl is super cute and creative. How could you deny a strong young person of something so personal to her as well as trivia to those around her.