RIP Oscar de la Renta (via JDBmsnbc on Instagram)
"If you are a citizen of the United States of America, and you can register to vote and you don’t…stop complaining. Because it is your duty and responsibility that if you can make a difference, to do so, and that starts with one vote."
Is it weird if I save this to my phone and text it to people when they say something I disagree with?
That way they will see exactly how I would look disagreeing with them.
I don’t think this is what GIFs were made for.
I think we can all appreciate this.
Because our needs are our little daily dreams. The little things to be done that project us into tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, the future; trivial things that we plan to buy next week, allowing us to think that next week we’ll still be alive.
It’s the need for a nonslip bath mat that keeps us going. Or for a couscous steamer. A potato peeler. So we stagger our purchases. We program the places where we’ll go for them. Sometimes we draw comparisons. An expensive iron versus a cheaper iron. We fill our cupboards slowly, our drawers one by one. You can spend your life filling a house, and when it’s full you break things so that you can replace them and have something to do the next day. You can even go so far as to break up a relationship in order to project yourself into another story, another future, another house.
Another life to fill."
— My Wish List, Grégoire Delacourt
“The country needs a health care system that reflects its own diversity,” says Dr. Myiesha Taylor, an emergency physician based in Dallas. “You’d be surprised how many people still think ‘doctor’ means ‘old white guy.’ If we can build on what Doc McStuffins is doing, the next generation of patients will have a different view of the medical profession, and so will children of color.”
Learn a little more about Disney’s Doc McStuffins in this adorable and inspiring feature by my colleague, Geoff!
This is still one of my most popular Tumblr posts… :)
RIP Geoff. I miss you so much.
"Everyone across the world, they condemned the attack in strong words, and they prayed for my daughter. But she’s not only my daughter. She’s the daughter of everybody. The sister of everybody."
Read José Díaz-Balart’s op-ed here.