Hey I'm Lindsey and I am a hopeless romantic in love with life and learning. Once you learn to enjoy the little things in life, you will lead a much happier one. There is so much beauty in the world for those who have the courage to look for it. I believe there is a little good in everyone so I try to have a little faith that the universe will work itself out. I reblog how I feel and anything I find interesting :) Enjoy and don't forget to be awesome! Lots of Love-Lindsey

bookwormandpoet:

simplystormie:

Stop it it’s too cute

I AM DYING 

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tsundereslasher:

E.T., what about E.T.?

That moment when Jeremy realises he’s in his 40’s.

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mindblowingscience:

Opinion: It’s Time to Stop Thinking That All Non-Native Species Are Evil

What should be done with the wattle-necked softshell turtles on the Hawaiian island of Kauai?
The turtles came from China, starting in the 1850s, brought by sugarcane farmers who liked them as soup. Today, they’re endangered in China and considered invasive—the term for non-native species that cause undesirable effects—in Kauai. But conservationists don’t believe the animals are safe from hunting in their home range, so there’s little point in boxing them up and sending them back.
It’s a head scratcher: Should we remove the turtles from Kauai to preserve the native ecosystem there—the turtles could potentially eat native fish—and risk the extinction of their species, or should we keep them alive in Hawaii?
Those kinds of knotty questions are becoming more commonplace in ecology, as global change accelerates. And so a new attitude is emerging that’s less reflexively hostile toward invaders. It was much in evidence at a symposium held last week at the North American Congress for Conservation Biology in Missoula, Montana. I participated as a journalist but not a disinterested observer: I’ve argued in the past that it’s time for a more nuanced approach to the non-native plants and animals among us.

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mindblowingscience:

Opinion: It’s Time to Stop Thinking That All Non-Native Species Are Evil

What should be done with the wattle-necked softshell turtles on the Hawaiian island of Kauai?

The turtles came from China, starting in the 1850s, brought by sugarcane farmers who liked them as soup. Today, they’re endangered in China and considered invasive—the term for non-native species that cause undesirable effects—in Kauai. But conservationists don’t believe the animals are safe from hunting in their home range, so there’s little point in boxing them up and sending them back.

It’s a head scratcher: Should we remove the turtles from Kauai to preserve the native ecosystem there—the turtles could potentially eat native fish—and risk the extinction of their species, or should we keep them alive in Hawaii?

Those kinds of knotty questions are becoming more commonplace in ecology, as global change accelerates. And so a new attitude is emerging that’s less reflexively hostile toward invaders. It was much in evidence at a symposium held last week at the North American Congress for Conservation Biology in Missoula, Montana. I participated as a journalist but not a disinterested observer: I’ve argued in the past that it’s time for a more nuanced approach to the non-native plants and animals among us.

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He reminds me that the air isn’t just something that’s there. It’s something you breathe in. - Love letters to the dead (Ava Dellaira)

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I mean, words can’t be good enough for a lot of things. But, you know, I guess we have to try. - Ava Dellaira Love Letters To The Dead (via sempiternale)
I made a decision right then that I would love her even more than I already did—enough to make up for everything else. - Ava Dellaira, Love Letters to the Dead (via beckisbookshelf)

― Ava DellairaLove Letters to the Dead

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macteenbooks:

No one else can save you. Not really. Not from yourself. 

macteenbooks:

No one else can save you. Not really. Not from yourself. 

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Sometimes, the smallest gestures take up the most room. - Ava Dellaira, Love Letters to the Dead (via beckisbookshelf)
tumblingbookshelves:

YA LIT MEME:
Nine Quotes: Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira (4/9)

“I know I wrote letters to people with no address on this earth, I know that you are dead. But I hear you. I hear all of you. We were here. Our lives matter.” 

tumblingbookshelves:

YA LIT MEME:

Nine Quotes: Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira (4/9)

“I know I wrote letters to people with no address on this earth, I know that you are dead. But I hear you. I hear all of you. We were here. Our lives matter.” 

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There’s more to life than being a passenger. - Ava Dellaira, Love Letters to the Dead (via quotes-shape-us)