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This blog is an eclectic collection of things I like.

nowavvves:

If you think a girl is cute and awesome and really cool and genuinely like her but won’t date her because she’s chubby or fat and you don’t want people to judge you for it then please remember you’re a piece of shit okay, promise

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Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, 1964

Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, 1964

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acaciathorn:

Presenting…The American Girls Collection! Featuring all seven of the “historical” dolls whose series follow the traditional six book format.In chronological order, from left to right:1) Felicity Merriman, 1774, wearing her blue party dress from “Felicity’s Surprise”.2) Josefina Montoya, 1824, wearing her outfit from “Meet Josefina”.3) Kirsten Larsen, 1834, in her blue prairie dress from “Meet Kirsten”.4) Addy Walker, 1864, sporting her yellow strawberry dress from “Addy Saves the Day”.5) Samantha Parkington, 1904, in her sailor outfit from “Samantha Saves the Day”.6) Kit Kittredge, 1934, in her clothes from “Meet Kit”.7) Molly McIntyre, 1944, wearing her school uniform from “Molly Learns a Lesson”.These books instilled in me a love of history that has stayed with me all my life. The first story I ever wrote on paper was my own “American Girl” book, and I’ll always be grateful to the series for encouraging girls everywhere to think about their heritage and expand their creativity. Thanks for looking! <3 

acaciathorn:

Presenting…The American Girls Collection! Featuring all seven of the “historical” dolls whose series follow the traditional six book format.

In chronological order, from left to right:
1) Felicity Merriman, 1774, wearing her blue party dress from “Felicity’s Surprise”.
2) Josefina Montoya, 1824, wearing her outfit from “Meet Josefina”.
3) Kirsten Larsen, 1834, in her blue prairie dress from “Meet Kirsten”.
4) Addy Walker, 1864, sporting her yellow strawberry dress from “Addy Saves the Day”.
5) Samantha Parkington, 1904, in her sailor outfit from “Samantha Saves the Day”.
6) Kit Kittredge, 1934, in her clothes from “Meet Kit”.
7) Molly McIntyre, 1944, wearing her school uniform from “Molly Learns a Lesson”.

These books instilled in me a love of history that has stayed with me all my life. The first story I ever wrote on paper was my own “American Girl” book, and I’ll always be grateful to the series for encouraging girls everywhere to think about their heritage and expand their creativity. Thanks for looking! <3 

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