-Once Upon A Time
-The Avengers
-Green Day
-The Used
-Ed Sheeran
Love is a dangerous disadvantage.

Let me tell you a story… 


Two years and a month ago, a Sherlock RP blog was introduced to an Irene Adler RP blog by an OC RP blog named Audrey. Audrey’s mun, Ivanaa, knew the two and decided that they needed to meet because she thought that they would be fast friends (Sabrina would like to add that Ivanaa shipped those muns from the beginning). She couldn’t have been more right. Sherlock and Irene muns (Rachel and Sabrina respectively) hit it off. They talked OOC on the blog, through messages, sharing secrets, gushing about fandoms, sharing pain and joy. They moved on to skype and text messages and became even closer. A year after the introduction, they spoke on the phone together. May 13, 2013, the conversation went like this:

Sabrina:  You’re cute.

Rachel:  I’m not cute, I’m a dork.

Sabrina:  Hey, so…Hypothetically, if I was to ask you to be my dork…

A lot of giggling ensued and the two were bonded. They began to talk all the time, over text, and quickly on the phone. Sabrina listened and supported Rachel through College, visiting during vacation and shared her 21st birthday. Five months into the relationship, she traveled 2,672 miles to continue a romance that was still new and their love was set in stone.

Now, approaching the halfway mark to our second anniversary, Sabrina and I would like to announce that we are engaged to be married sometime in the near future and that she will be making her dream move to California before the year is out.  Then we will have our happily ever after.

And we met on TUMBLR!

Fluffy chickens are only the beginning! 


Dearest Tumblr users,

We have helped people get fluffy chickens, participated in mass support posts against SOPA AND CISPA, and many more accomplishments due to our ability to unite.

As a friendly member of this wide community, I would like to ask a favour of you:

There is a poll up today in my local paper that asks: Should the Portland teachers union make some contract concessions in order to avoid staff cuts?

The answer to this should be NO.

This poll is asking if the contract that all Portland (Maine) teachers signed nearly three years ago should be considered null and void. Within that contract is a guarantee of a raise that teachers have not been given, and were promised to receive three years after signing. This promise is threatened in order to prevent staff cuts that are already occurring. 

Such cuts could have possibly been prevented had the superintendent (who happens to have an annual salary of  $137,500) not hired extra people into Central Office, more than there were before he fired all previous employees, by default spreading the city’s school budget thinner. 

This is especially relevant to me because my mother is a teacher and has been an employee of the Portland School District for the past 30 years. She hasn’t gotten any form of raise in the past three years, and the yearly budget given to the teachers to pay for basic classroom materials is continuously shrinking, forcing her to pay out of pocket. 

No PERSON should be denied a raise promised in their contract.

If you would like to help Portland teachers get their promised raise, please click HERE to vote NO on the poll.

Thank you for your time x

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