recoverykitty:

chelsea-cakes:

I was looking at ideas for costumes that would go around my wheelchair and I found all these! How cute are these kids!

Omg

wingsinthemorning:

This is Noah. Noah is gender queer. On any given day his answer to the question “Do you want to be a boy or a girl?” changes.

He loves superheroes, fast cars, rough housing and toy cars like most toddler boys. He also loves makeup, nail polish, pretty dresses and barbies.

I am Noah’s mother. Some of our family thinks its funny, others are supportive… Then there are those that yelled at me or try to tell him that he can’t like the things that make him happy.

Those are the people that hurt us the most.

Noah & I have and probably will continue to receive hate from the general population simply for being happy and true to ourselves. But I will love, support and protect Noah every day no matter what: as a boy, a girl or a mix there of.

REBLOG IF YOU WOULD TOO.

libutron:

Cactus de Pâques | ©Domcho
Hatiora gaertneri (Cactaceae), the Easter Cactus or Whitsun Cactus, is a South American epiphytic species, meaning they grow in trees in more wet/humid regions. The stems of these species may be either flat and leaf-like or round in cross section.
In the wild, the Easter cactus can be found in Parana, Santa Catarina, Brazil [1]. This species is cultivated as ornamental. Its flowers are actinomporhic (symmetrical), scarlet-red, and 4.5-7.5 cm in diameter [2].

libutron:

Cactus de Pâques | ©Domcho

Hatiora gaertneri (Cactaceae), the Easter Cactus or Whitsun Cactus, is a South American epiphytic species, meaning they grow in trees in more wet/humid regions. The stems of these species may be either flat and leaf-like or round in cross section.

In the wild, the Easter cactus can be found in Parana, Santa Catarina, Brazil [1]. This species is cultivated as ornamental. Its flowers are actinomporhic (symmetrical), scarlet-red, and 4.5-7.5 cm in diameter [2].

libutron:

Prickly Lines | ©Joanna Clegg
Abstract macro of a Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea), showing vertical lines of spines.

libutron:

Prickly Lines | ©Joanna Clegg

Abstract macro of a Saguaro cactus (Carnegiea gigantea), showing vertical lines of spines.