Tummy Tuesday.

That really awkward moment when you run into a guy you’ve had a crush on for forever and you don’t look your best cuz you’re just bumming around at the mall

gunz997:

🇺🇸 Happy Birthday America 🇺🇸

I’m suddenly feeling very… patriotic gunz997:

🇺🇸 Happy Birthday America 🇺🇸

I’m suddenly feeling very… patriotic

gunz997:

🇺🇸 Happy Birthday America 🇺🇸

I’m suddenly feeling very… patriotic

othothegreat:

someday I’ll build a robot and the robot will leave me for someone else

I love him and we are getting married

I love him and we are getting married

(Source: hairynicemen)

Hey there tumblr it’s been awhile

I love him and we are getting married 

(Source: thehairygodfather)

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
  2. Aperture: f/5.6
  3. Exposure: 1/160th
  4. Focal Length: 76mm

Head over heels.

(Source: adhampir)

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 60D
  2. Aperture: f/3.5
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 27mm
I love him and we are getting married

I love him and we are getting married

(Source: jsantagato)

Haven’t been on tumblr in so long
Forgot I had an inappropriate tumblr crush on #andrewquo
And well pretty much all the other guys I follow
So if I follow you here on the tumblr and you’re a guy
Know that it’s because I love you
Well, probably

hahahahahawesome

(Source: artjcf)

ourpresidents:

Today marks the 90th anniversary of the first time the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was introduced in Congress in 1923. Both Gerald and Betty Ford were strong supporters of this constitutional amendment that stated, “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”When the ERA was again introduced in the early 1970s, Congressman Ford voted in favor of it. Just over 30 states had ratified the amendment by the time he entered the White House. As President, Ford urged “those States who have not ratified the Equal Rights Amendment to give serious consideration to its ratification and the upholding of our Nation’s heritage.” He hoped that the requisite goal of ratification by 38 states would be reached in the Bicentennial year of 1976.First Lady Betty Ford staunchly and vocally supported the ERA. “It is my personal opinion that ratification of the ERA is the single most important step that our nation can take to extend equal opportunity to all Americans,” she said. 
Here is one of her statements explaining why she was firmly in favor of this amendment.
Photo: First Lady Betty Ford Expressing her support for the Equal Rights Amendment in Hollywood, Florida. 2/25/75.
-from the Ford Library
ourpresidents:

Today marks the 90th anniversary of the first time the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was introduced in Congress in 1923. Both Gerald and Betty Ford were strong supporters of this constitutional amendment that stated, “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”When the ERA was again introduced in the early 1970s, Congressman Ford voted in favor of it. Just over 30 states had ratified the amendment by the time he entered the White House. As President, Ford urged “those States who have not ratified the Equal Rights Amendment to give serious consideration to its ratification and the upholding of our Nation’s heritage.” He hoped that the requisite goal of ratification by 38 states would be reached in the Bicentennial year of 1976.First Lady Betty Ford staunchly and vocally supported the ERA. “It is my personal opinion that ratification of the ERA is the single most important step that our nation can take to extend equal opportunity to all Americans,” she said. 
Here is one of her statements explaining why she was firmly in favor of this amendment.
Photo: First Lady Betty Ford Expressing her support for the Equal Rights Amendment in Hollywood, Florida. 2/25/75.
-from the Ford Library

ourpresidents:

Today marks the 90th anniversary of the first time the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was introduced in Congress in 1923. Both Gerald and Betty Ford were strong supporters of this constitutional amendment that stated, “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”

When the ERA was again introduced in the early 1970s, Congressman Ford voted in favor of it. Just over 30 states had ratified the amendment by the time he entered the White House. As President, Ford urged “those States who have not ratified the Equal Rights Amendment to give serious consideration to its ratification and the upholding of our Nation’s heritage.” He hoped that the requisite goal of ratification by 38 states would be reached in the Bicentennial year of 1976.

First Lady Betty Ford staunchly and vocally supported the ERA. “It is my personal opinion that ratification of the ERA is the single most important step that our nation can take to extend equal opportunity to all Americans,” she said.

Here is one of her statements explaining why she was firmly in favor of this amendment.

Photo: First Lady Betty Ford Expressing her support for the Equal Rights Amendment in Hollywood, Florida. 2/25/75.

-from the Ford Library

GPOYupsidedown

stephenandcolour:

No to everything today except for selfies, food and Internet connection.

I LOVE HIM AND WE ARE GETTING MARRIED