Jacob Markstrom hiding his dolls when he sees an interviewer come by.
this is the wrong color tricycle mom I hate you so much this is the worst birthday ever
i’m thankful my childhood was filled with imagination and bruises from playing outside, instead of apps and how many damn likes you get on a picture
When our government is sending planes to southern Mexico to pick up “migrant children” and bringing them to the U.S. so they won’t have to “pass through cartel infested Mexico” but won’t help one of it’s own… you know you have a government with it’s priorities up it’s ass.
Bring back our Marine!
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (via stephanieeeelala)
Our neighbor didn’t die, he was just needed someplace else.
He took a moment that was about recognizing him and turned it into a moment to recognize everyone who was there and everyone who made it possible for him to do what he does. If you want a perfect example of why he is so fondly remembered and such a great person, it’s tough to find a better one than this.
Mister Rogers is like, the one person where the more I find out about him, the more I love about him. It’s such sweet relief, rather than being disappointed in a celebrity when you find out more about their personal life, to go “my God, what a thoroughly good human.”
Always reblog Mister Rogers
One of the true wizards and healers.
I’m not crying i just accidentally poured salty water into my eye cavities
I didn’t pour salty water into my eye cavities I am actively crying.
Mister Rogers was my childhood hero, and this is why.
My heart is just sweating through my eyes.
Mister Rogers is still my hero
Dir En Grey, Kyo (via suchvodka)
"It winded me like I’ve never been winded. I was thinking, I’ve been shot in the neck, it’s game over.”
Lance Corporal Simon Moloney, of the Blues and Royals, fought on despite being shot in the neck during a battle with the Taliban. Lance Corporal Moloney is pictured receiving medical treatment on the frontline.
With blood pouring from his throat down onto his machine gun, Moloney figured he only had a few minutes to live.
As their dawn raid on a Taliban position commenced, Mononey and another machine gunner were positioned on a rooftoop overwatch position to provide support. Suddenly 30 Taliban fighters engaged the patrol from all directions in horseshoe ambush.
Moments into the fight Lance Corporal Moloney was struck in the throat by a tracer round which passed clean through. “It winded me like I’ve never been winded. I was thinking “I’ve been shot in the neck, it’s game over. I figured I had minutes left.”
The bullet passed just behind his windpipe, missing arteries by millimeters.
“When after a couple of minutes I was not dead and I could still talk I started to get a better feeling,” he said. “We had to crack on. They were pushing quite hard so it was either maybe die or definitely die because they would have over-run us.”
Despite the injury to his throat, Moloney continued shouting information and orders to his team during the fight, and when his evac chopper arrived, he refused to leave the battlefield, having to be ordered aboard.
The Lance Corporal returned to Britain for further treatment, but pushed to get back in fight and was with his brothers in Afghanistan again in under a month.
No I have to reblog this again cus I am crying right now look at the dads face