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infinitebody:

Amethyst square stalactite dangles, crazy lace agate rectangle weights, and aventurine circle weights (all with brass coils) from Diablo Organics. Available for sale in our online store.

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asreoninfusion:

So, I realised I never posted any photos from when I went to Scotland a few months back now. I started going through my pictures, and I found this.
LOOK AT HOW CUTE AND FLUFFY AND ADORABLE THE BABY COOS ARE OMG I WANT TO CUDDLE ONE ;w;
Highland cows are best cows <3

asreoninfusion:

So, I realised I never posted any photos from when I went to Scotland a few months back now. I started going through my pictures, and I found this.

LOOK AT HOW CUTE AND FLUFFY AND ADORABLE THE BABY COOS ARE OMG I WANT TO CUDDLE ONE ;w;

Highland cows are best cows <3

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— 6 hours ago with 2157 notes
avianawareness:

Door no stop us from loves and scritches

avianawareness:

Door no stop us from loves and scritches

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allthecanadianpolitics:

Toronto city councillor pushes for “O Canada” change


In one of her only acts as a politician, interim city councillor Ceta Ramkhalawansingh wants to make history.


At Monday’s council meeting, Ramkhalawansingh will introduce a motion to request the federal government change the English words of Canada’s national anthem to be more gender inclusive.


If successful, singers of “O Canada” will eventually proclaim “true patriot love in all of us command” instead of “true patriot love in all thy sons command.”


“It’s about inclusion, and you’re really changing two words,” Ramkhalawansingh said.


Changing the national anthem requires an act of Parliament, not city council. But Ramkhalawansingh wants to push her colleagues in that direction.


“It’s my last city council meeting and I’m a feminist,” she said. “If you go back and look at the city’s history you will see the City of Toronto has provided leadership on many gender equality issues.”


The recommended word changes are based on the national “Sing all of us” campaign, founded by former prime minister Kim Campbell, author Margaret Atwood, Senator Nancy Ruth, former University of Toronto chancellor Vivienne Poy and educator Sally Goddard.



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allthecanadianpolitics:

Toronto city councillor pushes for “O Canada” change

In one of her only acts as a politician, interim city councillor Ceta Ramkhalawansingh wants to make history.

At Monday’s council meeting, Ramkhalawansingh will introduce a motion to request the federal government change the English words of Canada’s national anthem to be more gender inclusive.

If successful, singers of “O Canada” will eventually proclaim “true patriot love in all of us command” instead of “true patriot love in all thy sons command.”

“It’s about inclusion, and you’re really changing two words,” Ramkhalawansingh said.

Changing the national anthem requires an act of Parliament, not city council. But Ramkhalawansingh wants to push her colleagues in that direction.

“It’s my last city council meeting and I’m a feminist,” she said. “If you go back and look at the city’s history you will see the City of Toronto has provided leadership on many gender equality issues.”

The recommended word changes are based on the national “Sing all of us” campaign, founded by former prime minister Kim Campbell, author Margaret Atwood, Senator Nancy Ruth, former University of Toronto chancellor Vivienne Poy and educator Sally Goddard.

— 6 hours ago with 19 notes
#o canada 
sellmysoulforrocknroll:

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

Awww oh God sooo cute

sellmysoulforrocknroll:

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

Awww oh God sooo cute

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via voxamberlynn)

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scotiacorinne:

Finally able to wear these blue tigers eye after well over a year of having them, so in love

scotiacorinne:

Finally able to wear these blue tigers eye after well over a year of having them, so in love

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