Photographs by Ben Torode [flickr]
Is that a keeshond?!?!
Newborn Puppies: Dogs in Their First Three Weeks by Traer Scott [website]
A Russian zoo is home to a unique animal - the liger. It is half-lioness, half-tiger. Mother Zita is pictured licking her one month old liliger cub
I DON’T GIVE A SHIT WHAT YOU CALL IT LOOK AT HER HAPPY LITTLE FACE IN THE LAST PICTURES SHE’S SO PROUD OF HER LIL CUB AND HER SPOTS AND SHE’S GOTTA BE TOUGH MOMMA WHEN THE BABY’S LOOKING BUT AS SOON AS THEY TURN AROUND, SHE’S LIKE,
":3 Look at it. I made a thing. I made a rly good thing. :3"
Reblogging for “I made a rly good thing. =3”
a really dumb straight-to-ink comic about how one really loud negative presence shouldn’t overpower all the positive presences in your life or something??? idk this is bad
Noki the Sun Glow/Red Marble fox!
NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND: BEAUTY TIPS FOR THE INCAPACITATED
You know when everything is horrible? Haha, me too. Today I was lying in bed, eating Lime Tostitos for breakfast because who cares, and I thought, “I should leave my apartment today.” And then I thought, “I’m not going to do that.” “Okay, then just do something,” I suggested. “Let’s put a bunch of stuff on our face and body. Stuff that’s not just the same regular filth you’ve been wallowing in for two days.” “But like, on a cosmic scale, there’s no point,” I pointed out. “Sound and fury, told by an idiot, signifying nothing.” “Sure,” I conceded, “but what if we look a little prettier while we sink slowly into the black mud of mortality from the feet up?” “Ugh, fine,” I said.
I so good. Sleepy car rides~
if you are having a bad day, here is a sleepy puppy
Sleepy puppies are always good, bad day or not.
Emotional Regulation Activities: A follower suggested I should compile a post with all the emotional regulation activities I’ve posted so here it is.
- Calm Box
- Glittler Bottle
- Jellyfish Jar
- Calming Rain Stick
- Deep Breathing
- Separation Anxiety Hearts
- Free Guided Meditation
- Worry Bag
- Anger Management Balloon Activities
- DIY Sensory Substances
I also created an emotional regulation page here