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Birthday, Tumblr, and Best: WHAT THEy DON'T UNDERSTAND ABouT BIrtHDAYS AnD wHAT they never tell you is that when you're eleven, you're also ten, and nine, and eight, and seven, and six, and five, and four, and three, and two, and one. And when you wake up on your eleventh birthday you expect to feel eleven, but you don't. Yotu open your eyes and everything's just like yesterday, only it's today. And you don't feel eleven at all. You feel like you're still ten. And you are-underneath the year that makes you eleven Like some days you might say something stupid, and that's the part of you that's still ten. Or maybe some days you might need to sit on your mama's lap because you're scared, and that's the part of you that's five. And maybe one day when you're all grown up maybe you will need to cry like if you're three, and that's okay. That's what I tell Mama when she's sad and needs to cry. Maybe she's feeling three. Because the way you grow old is kind of like an onion or like the rings inside a tree trunk or like my little wooden dolls that fit one inside the other, each year inside the next one. That's how being eleven years old is You don't feel eleven. Not right away. It takes a few days, weeks even, sometimes even months before you say Eleven when they ask you. And you don't feel smart eleven, not until you're almost twelve. That's the way it is. lose-in-my-world: aseaofquotes: Sandra Cisneros, “Eleven” the best thing i read today
Birthday, Tumblr, and Best: WHAT THEy DON'T UNDERSTAND ABouT BIrtHDAYS AnD wHAT
 they never tell you is that when you're eleven, you're also ten,
 and nine, and eight, and seven, and six, and five, and four, and
 three, and two, and one. And when you wake up on your
 eleventh birthday you expect to feel eleven, but you don't. Yotu
 open your eyes and everything's just like yesterday, only it's
 today. And you don't feel eleven at all. You feel like you're still
 ten. And you are-underneath the year that makes you eleven
 Like some days you might say something stupid, and that's
 the part of you that's still ten. Or maybe some days you might
 need to sit on your mama's lap because you're scared, and that's
 the part of you that's five. And maybe one day when you're all
 grown up maybe you will need to cry like if you're three, and
 that's okay. That's what I tell Mama when she's sad and needs
 to cry. Maybe she's feeling three.
 Because the way you grow old is kind of like an onion or like
 the rings inside a tree trunk or like my little wooden dolls that
 fit one inside the other, each year inside the next one. That's
 how being eleven years old is
 You don't feel eleven. Not right away. It takes a few days,
 weeks even, sometimes even months before you say Eleven
 when they ask you. And you don't feel smart eleven, not until
 you're almost twelve. That's the way it is.
lose-in-my-world:

aseaofquotes:
Sandra Cisneros, “Eleven”

the best thing i read today

lose-in-my-world: aseaofquotes: Sandra Cisneros, “Eleven” the best thing i read today

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Follow My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc! My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! Tony 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019 awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Follow
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc!
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 Tony
 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019
awesomacious:

Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.

awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to ...

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Follow My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc! My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! Tony 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019 awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Follow
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc!
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 Tony
 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019
awesomacious:

Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.

awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to ...

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Follow My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc! My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! Tony 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019 awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Follow
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc!
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 Tony
 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019
awesomacious:

Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.

awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to ...

Disney, Tumblr, and Blog: blinkzona: Hey I'm Rose from Blackpink and you are watching Disney Channel
Disney, Tumblr, and Blog: blinkzona:

Hey I'm Rose from Blackpink and you are watching Disney Channel

blinkzona: Hey I'm Rose from Blackpink and you are watching Disney Channel

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Follow My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc! My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! Tony 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019 Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Follow
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc!
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 Tony
 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019
Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.

Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students th...

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Followv My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. I was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music. I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! saly Tony 5:03 PM - 1 Apr 2019 The most wholesome body donor
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Followv
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 I was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music. I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 saly
 Tony
 5:03 PM - 1 Apr 2019
The most wholesome body donor

The most wholesome body donor