Lou's Muse

We must create our own meaning in life. So LET'S CREATE.
Ask me anything



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Busking in front of a large crowd at the Buckingham Fountain in Chicago, Emily Jane Perkins, aka Perkulator, gives everyone a remarkable show. As her sign says, she is willing to spin up to five hoops at a time for the crowd, and watching her at “Taste of Chicago”, we know you’ll be coming back for more. The video was filmed and edited by David B. Amburgey. Emily resides in the magnificent city of Chicago, Illinois, USA. If you like the soundtrack here it is “What Now” performed by Rihanna, and you can go get your own copy of it on iTunes. View full size & like/comment on hooping.org


Galaxy hoops


Galaxy hoops

For what it’s worth, I’d like to make a disclaimer, to say you’ve caught me at a weird period. But once you’ve heard yourself say, ‘Things are kind of in flux just now,’ for the hundredth time, you begin to wonder if life isn’t a series of bizarre transitions.


Railroad tracks turn into canvases. Via Lost at E Minor


"how can you drink hot coffee in the middle of summer?"

fire cannot kill a dragon

WEVIBE Giveaway!


I have two Thrill Solo G-Spot and Clitoral Vibrators (unopened in box!) I got for free when ordering plugs for my shop and they are regular 129.00!! They are waterproof,and charge with a usb ^_^ No batteries! 


Just reblog this,seriously all,and at the end of the week I’ll pick two people :) Simple as that! I already have one, so I literally have zero use for these!!





they both look a little nervous about what the other one might write

then just the biggest smiles when they are reassured yet again how much they just love each other

I’m actually jealous rn

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Hooping_at_dusk 0981 M-2 by Rowly Emmett on Flickr.

The problem with reading is that we are never talking about reading to learn, we are almost always talking about reading for pleasure, while at the same time nervously worrying about and sneering about the idea that reading is a fun and pleasurable activity instead of a higher calling. We’re very neurotic about this. We aren’t talking about reading a shelf of history books or psychology manuals, we’re talking novels…but what if they’re the wrong novels? Or what if they’re the right novels, but you don’t read them in the right way? Or what if you read Dickens, but you keep wandering off to watch goofy shit on the internet (That’s me).

What winds up happening is, we worry and grumble about people not reading, then turn around and worry and grumble about the sanctity and power of reading, and the way we must approach it with reverence or it might not count or something. And essentially what this does is suck all the pleasure out of reading.


"… and to you, if you have stuck with Harry until the very end."

Here’s to book seven. Here’s to the years of anticipation before it and the years of discussion in its wake. Here’s to the boy who lived and how he changed everything.

And here’s to you, if you know that “the very end” isn’t happening anytime soon.

We are book eight.

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