Apparently I have a Tumblr

THIS IS DONALD DUCK IN MATHMAGICLAND OMG.

Life, It’s a Colorful

iworkatapubliclibrary:

Patron: “If I choose the color printer, does it print in color?”

ms-katonic:

Needed that today.  

If any of you lot are also in need, here you go.  

Bahorel as a yarnbomber. That’s all I want out of life.
kagenoko
Your voice sounds completely different in different languages. It alters your personality somehow. I don’t think people get the same feeling from you. The rhythm changes. Because the rhythm of the language is different, it changes your inner rhythm and that changes how you process everything.

When I hear myself speak French, I look at myself differently. Certain aspects will feel closer to the way I feel or the way I am and others won’t. I like that—to tour different sides of yourself. I often find when looking at people who are comfortable in many languages, they’re more comfortable talking about emotional stuff in a certain language or political stuff in another and that’s really interesting, how people relate to those languages.
Francois Arnaud for Interview Magazine (via bound2014)

bookriot:

Stamps from around the world honoring kid lit. Check ‘em out!

pedalfar:

Sofia Byström - Ytterligare anteckningsbokskärlek …
feuilly:

Dallas Theatre Centre - Les Miserables

Nehal Joshi, Allison Blackwell, John Campione, Elizabeth Judd, Ed Watts, Steven Walters, Justin Keyes and Dorcas Leung.

feuilly:

Dallas Theatre Centre - Les Miserables

Nehal Joshi, Allison Blackwell, John Campione, Elizabeth Judd, Ed Watts, Steven Walters, Justin Keyes and Dorcas Leung.

living-stories-living-libraries:

My childhood was difficult in many respects. Of course that doesn’t make me unique. Middle school was a terrible time for me as I didn’t fit in with my peers and was experiencing a difficult family life. Fights were frequent at my school and I didn’t even enjoy going to lunch. At some point in sixth grade I decided to spend my lunch period at the library for two reasons:
So I might spend my lunch money at the comic book store later in the day and
To avoid everyone else.
The middle school library was my first real experience with a library on my own. I had had media center instruction in elementary school and my parents took me to the public library a few times when I was younger so they might use the photocopier. But up until sixth grade I never actually got anything out of going to the library. This time was different.
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living-stories-living-libraries:

My childhood was difficult in many respects. Of course that doesn’t make me unique. Middle school was a terrible time for me as I didn’t fit in with my peers and was experiencing a difficult family life. Fights were frequent at my school and I didn’t even enjoy going to lunch. At some point in sixth grade I decided to spend my lunch period at the library for two reasons:

  1. So I might spend my lunch money at the comic book store later in the day and
  2. To avoid everyone else.

The middle school library was my first real experience with a library on my own. I had had media center instruction in elementary school and my parents took me to the public library a few times when I was younger so they might use the photocopier. But up until sixth grade I never actually got anything out of going to the library. This time was different.

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1001paperboxes:

Guys, estelraca is getting married this Sunday.

Like, white dress and ceremony and rings and cake and everything.

You should all go send her and her partner, Cat, all the best wishes and happiness. They are both such lovely, loving, and amazing people and deserve every bit of it.