a momly menace to the universe
27 Jul 2014 21:36 | 1 note | Reblog


lightrises replied to your post: lightrises said:/whispers “the ‘s…



27 Jul 2014 21:23 | 2 notes | Reblog
/whispers "the 'smoregasbord' url seems to be available for whatever purpose you could possibly have for it... . . . . >_> <_< >_>"

light. light you are such a wonderful friend and i love you. /)8u8/)<3333

26 Jul 2014 23:02 | 2 notes | Reblog

[10:53:37 PM] Threeley: DAVE: i guess you can do that like you usually do
DAVE: and im gonna go make some more sweet jams

i just had the most vivid visual of dave making grape jelly
[10:54:56 PM] Light: pfssssss
[10:55:18 PM] Light: he did that one time too
[10:55:25 PM] Light: y’know, for the ~irony
[10:55:39 PM] Threeley: pfffftt
[10:56:51 PM] Light: and he recorded the process so that he could nab samples from it
[10:57:09 PM] Light: it made for some. interesting mixes
[10:57:46 PM] Threeley: one time he mixed it with this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9FImc2LOr8
[10:57:51 PM] Threeley: i’m so sorry light
[10:57:53 PM] Threeley: so so sorry
[10:58:09 PM] Light: …………………………………………………. /clicks
[10:58:33 PM] Threeley: really really sorry
[10:58:40 PM] Light: i kNEW I T

25 Jul 2014 11:15 | 293 notes | Reblog

Cape's board abolishes entire reading list


If you’ve been following the story of a Delaware school board’s decision to remove The Miseducation of Cameron Post from its high school summer reading list, apparently the final decision is in — the entire reading list has now been removed.

That means not only has Cameron Post been removed, other books including Gene Luen Yang’s Boxers, Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor & Park, John Lewis’s March, and even John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars will no longer be recommended as summer reads for incoming freshman at Cape Henlopen High School. A sad end to a really wonderful and diverse reading list.