I had a dream that my eyebrow was pierced
I had a cool piece of jewelry that was a flying dragon but it turned into a wizard
Then I saw one of my dead great aunts in a selfie and the dream took a startling turn
I had a chance to be in the pit for a local performance of Into The Woods this year and I didn’t take it but I should have just to be able to be a part of the show. It would have been amazing to play during No One Is Alone
Gummatous syphilide, with ulceration and necrosis of frontal bone
If you’ve ever wondered how someone could live with a skull like this one.
Tertiary syphilis would arise between three to 15 years after infection, and emerged as “gummatous” (forming gummas, soft tumor-like nodules, like what caused this lady’s ulcer) about 15% of the time. If the inflammatory nodules didn’t form on an important organ or blood vessel (as they could, and did, form anywhere in the body), gummatous syphilis wasn’t in and of itself fatal. Death from infected ulcers was not uncommon, however.
Interestingly, you could have gone to town with this lady and not gotten syphilis from her, despite her having been infected for probably more than half her life - tertiary syphilis is no longer transmissible.
A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin. John V. Shoemaker, 1892.
Chris and his three-octave vocal range -download-
A kind soul reminded me that Chris’ highest note wasn’t in Defyin’ Gravity, but (and shame on me for forgetting this song) in Not the Boy Next Door. That’s why I obviously decided to add it to my audio post and upload it again (with a new download link for who’s interested), because I couldn’t keep it like that knowing what was missing in it.
So, enjoy -again- and thank you so so much for all the love <3
Potato queen’s out
me: hey accept me into your school
college: whats ur gpa
college: youre in
it just struck me that a 4.20 is actually a really good gpa and a lot of colleges would probably accept u for it
person: are you over bucky barnes yet
after my procedure at the hospital today my doctor tried to explain all of the medications he’s putting me on and i was kind of out of it on pain meds and he goes, “and i’m going to be putting you on some serious steroids, do you have any problems with that?”
and apparently i looked at my mom and whispered, “i’ll never play major league baseball” and started crying
The lack of tattoos on my body is highly upsetting.