wanderlustful_writer

vintageblackglamour:

I’ve always really loved this picture of Josephine Baker and Joe Louis in Paris in the 1950s. The photo caption from Bettman/Corbis read that Ms. Baker was encouraging Mr. Louis to sing with her during her opening performance at the Club Des Champs Elysees, but I’ve always wondered about the whole night: What did they talk about? Who were they with that evening? There are other photos of them together in this time frame and it’s clear that they were friends (not romantic) and probably had very interesting conversations. Photo by Rene Henry, Bettman/Corbis.

vintageblackglamour:

I’ve always really loved this picture of Josephine Baker and Joe Louis in Paris in the 1950s. The photo caption from Bettman/Corbis read that Ms. Baker was encouraging Mr. Louis to sing with her during her opening performance at the Club Des Champs Elysees, but I’ve always wondered about the whole night: What did they talk about? Who were they with that evening? There are other photos of them together in this time frame and it’s clear that they were friends (not romantic) and probably had very interesting conversations. Photo by Rene Henry, Bettman/Corbis.

yeahwriters:

randomhouse:

"HI WERE YOU LOOKING FOR ME YOU WERE LOOKING FOR ME RIGHT PLEASE PET ME INSTEAD OF READING ONE OF THESE THINGS PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE"
Don’t fall for those sweet eyes and those elegantly draped whiskers and those widdle paws and that boopable nose. Stay true to the cause! Read!

WAAAHT KITTENS BRAINZ MELTINGGG

yeahwriters:

randomhouse:

"HI WERE YOU LOOKING FOR ME YOU WERE LOOKING FOR ME RIGHT PLEASE PET ME INSTEAD OF READING ONE OF THESE THINGS PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE"

Don’t fall for those sweet eyes and those elegantly draped whiskers and those widdle paws and that boopable nose. Stay true to the cause! Read!

WAAAHT KITTENS BRAINZ MELTINGGG

beautiful bride!! Love that veil

beautiful bride!! Love that veil

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fuckyeahdarkgirls:

Reni Abina, 19 


 Love the dress!

fuckyeahdarkgirls:

Reni Abina, 19 

Love the dress!

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gymleaderkarkat:


What are you so afraid of!?

I’m REALLY sorry but it looks like they’re about to rap battle


YAAAASSS!

gymleaderkarkat:

What are you so afraid of!?

I’m REALLY sorry but it looks like they’re about to rap battle

YAAAASSS!

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coupesetique-la-vie:

THEIR HAIR!!!!!!!!!!! They look so gorgeous!!!!<3333333

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drugstoreprincess:

On my days off, one of my favorite things to do is to create new DIY beauty recipes!  I usually make myself a smoothie and then mix random foodie ingredients together and slather them all over… it’s fun!  My skin is always glowing and healthy looking afterwards!
DIY Beauty Recipes

 Need this

drugstoreprincess:

On my days off, one of my favorite things to do is to create new DIY beauty recipes!  I usually make myself a smoothie and then mix random foodie ingredients together and slather them all over… it’s fun!  My skin is always glowing and healthy looking afterwards!

DIY Beauty Recipes

Need this

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stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL: African American women of the 1970s

When the soul was fierce.

1. Chaka Khan / 2. Diana Ross / 3. Pam Grier

Lovelies! Beautiful Black Women

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“People who read books in public places are regarded with suspicion because they appear self-sufficient. When you seem self-sufficient, other people think that you think you’re better than them, and they get resentful.”
Jessica Zafra, Chicken Pox for the Soul (via bookmania)