when you ask someone what’s up and they answer “the sky”
when you ask someone where they are and they say “in my skin”
when you ask someone what time it is and they say “time to get a watch”
Why are all of the reactions of black people. I mean white people can give a judgemental look.
When white people say “Why are all of the reactions of black people. I mean white people can give a judgemental look.”
i love banksy
why does literally everyone in the gravity falls fandom right now want to fuck the illuminati dorito
"there’s no time for a black widow movie"
"there isn’t an audience for a female lead superhero movie"
why can’t mosquitos suck out my fat instead
this guy could be the last airbender tbh
he can airbend me over a table
When Teachers have the last laugh
Finding Quiet Moments on Local Farms with @wings_of_tin
For more lush portraits of life on small farms, follow @wings_of_tin on Instagram.
“Farming is the dedication of your life to the stewardship of plants from seed to harvest, for better or for worse, in good weather or bad, through pest and disease, at all hours,” says Nikki Seibert (@wings_of_tin). “All of this back-breaking and often heart-wrenching work is done to provide food for family, friends and neighbors.”
Nikki spends almost every day working with local farms in Charleston, South Carolina, where she runs a sustainable agriculture program for organic farmers.
“I’m a ‘farmer of farmers’,” she jokes. “A childhood filled with outdoor adventures, hardworking parents, and countless hours spent building, growing and fixing things created the trifecta for me to end up in a career in agriculture.”
Nikki uses Instagram to showcase her favorite colorful crops and the green, flourishing landscapes of the farmlands she visits.
“I hope my pictures show how important it is to support the people and places that make your community unique,” she says. “Also, how much I love playing in the dirt.”
i never know whats going on / i am a mess