THE ART OF VAGABONDING

I am diagnosed with ADD ( Attention Deficit Disorder) . It is primarily characterized by attentional problems and hyperactivity, with each behavior occurring infrequently alone and symptoms starting before seven years of age.It is a chronic disorder with 30% to 50% of those individuals diagnosed in childhood and blah blah blah. For short I have an attention span the size of a teaspoon which makes it hard to concentrate. I'm quite forgetful at times and I have urges to do weird things like rock back and forth when I sit down.

But aside from that I live a perfectly normal life.

laugh-for-days:

nepetabread:

HEY ALL YOU PEOPLE

HEY ALL YOU PEOPLE

HEY ALL YOU PEOPLE WON’T YOU LISTEN TO MEEE

I JUST HAD A SANDWICH

NO ORDINARY SANDWICH

A SANDWICH FILLED WITH JELLYFISH JELLYYYY

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Anyone else hear the guys voice in their head after reading the first line

(Source: cigarettajames, via lucleon)

rhamphotheca:

Toxic Toupee:  Explaining the Nation’s Most Toxic Caterpillar
by Carrie Arnold
No warm and fuzzy here—a possible boom in a highly toxic but irresistibly touchable caterpillar is sending people in the eastern U.S. to the hospital.
Young children from Florida to North Carolina are reporting excruciating pain after coming into contact with the most venomous caterpillar in the U.S., the furry puss caterpillar aka "asp" , the larva of the Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis), according to news reports. Some have petted the insect; others have been injured when the caterpillars fell onto them from trees.
The puss caterpillar got its name because it resembles a cuddly house cat, said University of Florida entomologist Don Hall. While these insects may look soft, their outer comb-over (which some have compared to a toupee) hides small, extremely toxic spines that stick in your skin…
(read more: National Geographic)
photos: George Grail, National Geo
(Also see “Scat-Firing Caterpillars Elude Predators.”)

rhamphotheca:

Toxic Toupee:  Explaining the Nation’s Most Toxic Caterpillar

by Carrie Arnold

No warm and fuzzy here—a possible boom in a highly toxic but irresistibly touchable caterpillar is sending people in the eastern U.S. to the hospital.

Young children from Florida to North Carolina are reporting excruciating pain after coming into contact with the most venomous caterpillar in the U.S., the furry puss caterpillar aka "asp" , the larva of the Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis), according to news reports. Some have petted the insect; others have been injured when the caterpillars fell onto them from trees.

The puss caterpillar got its name because it resembles a cuddly house cat, said University of Florida entomologist Don Hall. While these insects may look soft, their outer comb-over (which some have compared to a toupee) hides small, extremely toxic spines that stick in your skin…

(read more: National Geographic)

photos: George Grail, National Geo

(Also see “Scat-Firing Caterpillars Elude Predators.”)

I want to get more comfortable being uncomfortable. I want to get more confident being uncertain. I don’t want to shrink back just because something isn’t easy. I want to push back, and make more room in the area between I can’t and I can.

—Kristin Armstrong (via yourhatemademe)

(Source: psych-facts, via burdge)