Someone bought a double decker bus-turned-food truck, didn’t change a thing about it, and crashed it into a restaurant that serves the best damn panuchos.

Someone bought a double decker bus-turned-food truck, didn’t change a thing about it, and crashed it into a restaurant that serves the best damn panuchos.

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A run down strip mall that was once all strip clubs and porn shops. You know, places that never have windows. All that’s left now is the Sugar Shack juice bar. The things you find on Killingsworth…

A run down strip mall that was once all strip clubs and porn shops. You know, places that never have windows. All that’s left now is the Sugar Shack juice bar. The things you find on Killingsworth…

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Breathe Easy

Looks like we’re done with the cadavers for a little while. I can feel all my muscles (which I can identify, thanks to the cadavers) relax at this. The sight of them is so shocking and the increments at which it gets easier to see them are too small to count as progress toward “getting used to it.” Before each lab, I have been nervous. During the quiz Thursday, my hand was pretty shaky and the smell was strong. 

Next up is the heart and blood. We dealt with real blood Thursday and next week we’re dissecting cow hearts. I’ve dissected a heart before in 5th grade—almost 20 years ago!—so this will be old hat. Dissecting a body part doesn’t even compare to seeing the whole body, but it can be upsetting in its own way. The first few pokes, prods, and cuts are the worst, like slowly lowering your body into a cold pool. Once I get used to it, it’s not a big deal at all.

College!

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Nothing puts learning the skeletal system in perspective than learning the muscular system. 600 muscles > 206 bones. That having been said, I like being able to know exactly which tendon and muscle in my shoulder is in agony (biceps brachii!) and that my gastrocnemius muscles are lookin’ good these days.

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This is what self care looks like after spending 3 hours on the phone with too many people trying to find a backup hone for one foster child: Bourbon, a ghoulish looking facial, and Biddy cuddles.

This is what self care looks like after spending 3 hours on the phone with too many people trying to find a backup hone for one foster child: Bourbon, a ghoulish looking facial, and Biddy cuddles.

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Vince Boatneck Sweater | SHOPBOP ↘

Soooo you’re telling me I just found a $300 sweater at Goodwill for $6?

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I keep buying button up shirts at Goodwill with the express purpose of cutting off their sleeves when it gets warmer. It’s bordering on a hoard.

The trick—which I haven’t figured out yet—is to find colors that are both flattering and conceal pit stains, because, despite Oregon not being all THAT humid in Summer*, I sweat like crazy. My armpits are playing for keeps, so to speak, even when there isn’t a sleeve to impregnate with sweat.

Let the great experiment begin!

*— In 2005, I went to Mississippi and Louisiana in July with my then college church group, two legitimately humid places. If I stepped outside for a moment, I would instantly have sweat through my shirt. The same thing happens to me here in Oregon, but with a longer delay between stepping out and the initial sweat response. This must not happen to most other Oregonians, because when I blame it on the humidity I get bombarded with “OREGON’S NOT HUMID!” especially from the people who went on that trip with me. Okay, so is it just me…and the mold and mildew that grows here year round? Oregon may not be swampy like the southern states, but (the Western half of) it is pretty fucking wet most of the time, okay? Will you jerks at least grant me that much?

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The party prophet has spoken.

The party prophet has spoken.

(Source: whiskeyboat)

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softerworld:

A Softer World: 1088
(burn it down)
buy this print

softerworld:

A Softer World: 1088

(burn it down)

buy this print

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