Daily Archives: February 10, 2011


Many people die with their music still in them. Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it time runs out. Oliver Wendell Holmes (via katelizabeth)

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kwallsaby: janers: aliceintangaland: damn. how did this happen, crazy. It’s called Heterochromia.  Hers was complete heterochromia and she probably had it from birth, I would think.  The brown in the green eye is probably from an injury. Eyes can have multiple colors naturally (sometimes because of illness and sometimes not) or through injury.  If it is 2 totally different colored eyes, it is considered complete.  If it is just a section in an eye (or in both eyes), then it’s partial/sectoral.  If it is the center of the eye, then it’s central heterochromia. According to some places, Henry Cavill, Mila Kunis, Wentworth Miller, and Demi Moore also have some version.   (I have partial/sectoral heterochromia.  I have blue eyes, but one of my eyes has a green spot naturally and one has a brown spot from an injury.) THEN DO I HAVE THIS? I HAVE HAZEL AROUND MY PUPILS. But blue/green everywhere else! Probably.  🙂 (Source: http://thelastenglishrose.tumblr.com/post/3113851384)




aliceintangaland: damn. how did this happen, crazy. It’s called Heterochromia.  Hers was complete heterochromia and she probably had it from birth, I would think.  The brown in the green eye is probably from an injury. Eyes can have multiple colors naturally (sometimes because of illness and sometimes not) or through injury.  If it is 2 totally different colored eyes, it is considered complete.  If it is just a section in an eye (or in both eyes), then it’s partial/sectoral.  If it is the center of the eye, then it’s central heterochromia. According to some places, Henry Cavill, Mila Kunis, Wentworth Miller, and Demi Moore also have some version.   (I have partial/sectoral heterochromia.  I have blue eyes, but one of my eyes has a green spot naturally and one has a brown spot from an injury.) (Source: http://thelastenglishrose.tumblr.com/post/3113851384)


Today is the 10th of February, which means that there’s exactly 1 week until my birthday. (Presents would be awesome. Heh. I kid. I kid.) It also means that in 2 days I will be exactly the same age that my mother was when she had me. I don’t think that I’m ready to be 27 yet. Of course, I guess that doesn’t matter since we all end up aging whether we’re ready for it or not. As I did last year, I’ve set up a birthday wish for donations to be sent to AARDA. I’m doing better in donations this year. Instead of $0 raised so far, I’ve actually raised $10. The person who donated is one of my friends who has MS, which is an autoimmune disorder. I was a bit surprised that anyone donated. Since it’s almost birthday time, it was also time to renew fps. (Like I’ve mentioned multitudes of times, fps is going to be 10 this year and was a present from my mom for my 17th birthday.) So, this domain will be around for another year. (I plan on keeping it much longer.) I also renewed the domains for several of my tumblrs and my opinions blog. (I need to blog more on the latter domain.) In non-related birthday stuff, I need to start getting together all the information that I’ll need for my rheumatology appointment in Birmingham. I tend to go to these kinds of appointments with absolutely no information on-hand and fill out the forms from my (shrinks-when-I’m-nervous) memory. I don’t want to do that this time, so I guess that means I have work to do. Original Article

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Today is the 10th of February, which means that there’s exactly 1 week until my birthday. (Presents would be awesome. Heh. I kid. I kid.) It also means that in 2 days I will be exactly the same age that my mother was when she had me. I don’t think that I’m ready to be 27 yet. Of course, I guess that doesn’t matter since we all end up aging whether we’re ready for it or not. As I did last year, I’ve set up a birthday wish for donations to be sent to AARDA. I’m doing better in donations this year. Instead of $0 raised so far, I’ve actually raised $10. The person who donated is one of my friends who has MS, which is an autoimmune disorder. I was a bit surprised that anyone donated. Since it’s almost birthday time, it was also time to renew fps. (Like I’ve mentioned multitudes of times, fps is going to be 10 this year and was a present from my mom for my 17th birthday.) So, this domain will be around for another year. (I plan on keeping it much longer.) I also renewed the domains for several of my tumblrs and my opinions blog. (I need to blog more on the latter domain.) In non-related birthday stuff, I need to start getting together all the information that I’ll need for my rheumatology appointment in Birmingham. I tend to go to these kinds of appointments with absolutely no information on-hand and fill out the forms from my (shrinks-when-I’m-nervous) memory. I don’t want to do that this time, so I guess that means I have work to do.

One Week


omgthatdress: Wedding shoes ca. 1889 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Source: http://www.metmuseum.org/works_of_art/collection_database/the_costume_institute/wedding_shoes/objectview.aspx?page=13&sort=1&sortdir=asc&keyword=wedding&fp=11&dd1=8&dd2=0&vw=1&collID=8&OID=80044593&vT=1&hi=0&ov=0)