The Drifting Lady

Hello Lovelys
This is my blog to get inspired.
I am really excited to start this journey.

Click the words below to find certain things.

angrygirlcomics:

swinku:

Finally did a proper comic about “strong female characters” Its good comics and cartoons are finally representing some diversity. But most cartoons are still with a male lead, and films mostly are the worst example of strong females etc. (Although sarcastic mean girls are a special love of mine provided they are at least sort of decently written)

ALSO please note I am using examples based on stuff I like, its hardly the end all be all of character examples. There is a ton of current and not current stuff I could have used. But an excuse to draw characters I like is aesthetic and preference. (also I really liked Pacific rim so theres that.)

Preach it Stevie!!!

This makes me want to make a comic but I’m awful at drawing and I’m unimaginative.

(via sessionable)

vegan-yums:

vegan broccoli and cheese soup / recipe

Broccoli cheddar is one of my all time favorite soups.

(Source: vegan-yums)

Cute photos of my baby!

prochoicehumor:

itsawomansworld2:

Gisella Perl (1907-1988) was a Jewish gynecologist born in Romania (in an area then part of Hungary). From Wikipedia:

"She was deported along with her family to Auschwitz concentration camp, where she lost both her husband and only son as well as her extended family and parents. She was given the task of working as a doctor within the camp, helping the inmates through their disease and discomfort, which she had to do without the bare necessities: antiseptic, clean wipes, even running water. She is most famous, however, for saving the lives of hundreds of mothers by aborting their pregnancies, as pregnant mothers were often beaten and killed or used by Dr. Josef Mengele for vivisection.”

She survived the camp and eventually traveled to New York where she at first came under suspicion for having worked as an aid to the Nazis. Having being cleared of all charges, she took up her former work as a gynecologist. She delivered 3000 babies and became an expert in infertility treatments. 

It’s so disgusting when people compare doctors who perform abortions to Hitler, especially since people like them saved lives during the Holocaust.

prochoicehumor:

itsawomansworld2:

Gisella Perl (1907-1988) was a Jewish gynecologist born in Romania (in an area then part of Hungary). From Wikipedia:

"She was deported along with her family to Auschwitz concentration camp, where she lost both her husband and only son as well as her extended family and parents. She was given the task of working as a doctor within the camp, helping the inmates through their disease and discomfort, which she had to do without the bare necessities: antiseptic, clean wipes, even running water. She is most famous, however, for saving the lives of hundreds of mothers by aborting their pregnancies, as pregnant mothers were often beaten and killed or used by Dr. Josef Mengele for vivisection.

She survived the camp and eventually traveled to New York where she at first came under suspicion for having worked as an aid to the Nazis. Having being cleared of all charges, she took up her former work as a gynecologist. She delivered 3000 babies and became an expert in infertility treatments. 

It’s so disgusting when people compare doctors who perform abortions to Hitler, especially since people like them saved lives during the Holocaust.

(via ultraveganlove)

themanicpixiedreamgrrrl:

mustardwketchup:

These Fabulous Swimsuits Are Designed Specifically For Breast Cancer Survivors

And they’re modelled by some seriously glam women.

This is amazing.

(via screaminfuschia)

funkysafari:

Cassowary by Geographic Ecotourist

This is a magnificent dinosaur!

funkysafari:

Cassowary by Geographic Ecotourist

This is a magnificent dinosaur!

(via koryos)

Tweets concerning UCSB shooting, misogyny, and masculinity by Imran Siddiquee, Director of Communications for The Representation Project, the organization behind Miss Represenation and the soon-to-be-released documentary The Mask You Live In

(via screaminfuschia)

hannahgruhn:

Chia Seed Pudding 😋
Almond milk, vanilla extract, maple syrup, chia seeds. Combine and chill in refrigerator for at least an hour and top with cinnamon! Yummy


I want this for breakfast

hannahgruhn:

Chia Seed Pudding 😋

Almond milk, vanilla extract, maple syrup, chia seeds. Combine and chill in refrigerator for at least an hour and top with cinnamon! Yummy

I want this for breakfast

(via exercise-for-confidence)

wickedclothes:

Secret Garden Mini Terrarium Necklace

Inside of this antique bronze window locket rests several pieces of nature. Dried lichen and other plants go together to provide an organic accessory perfect for the springtime. Hung on a chain available in lengths between 22” and 28”. Sold on Etsy.

(via abcdefghijklmichelle)

“I think about dying but I don’t want to die, not even close. In fact my problem is the complete opposite. I want to live, I want to escape. I feel trapped and bored and claustrophobic, theres so much to see and so much to do but I somehow still find myself doing nothing at all. I’m wasting every second, even now i’m writing this when I should be out there, I should be living. I’m still here in this metaphorical bubble of existence and I can’t quite figure out what the hell i’m doing or how to get out.”

—   (via sonotlovely)

(Source: floweringo, via 50flightsofstrong)