The Impractical Mind, Full of Possibilities

JUST ASK   Catherine, 20, and live in Denver. Take a look around
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person:OMG YOU DIDN'T STUDY FOR THE TEST???!?!?!
me:nope
person:BUT HOW ARE YOU GONNA PASS???
me:i'm not
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Salvador Dali, Summer.
Salvador Dali, Summer.

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It was beautiful today #Denver

It was beautiful today #Denver

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#denver 
I love walking around downtown #soupoftheday #thisisasign

I love walking around downtown #soupoftheday #thisisasign

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#thisisasign  #soupoftheday 
"Drugs become addictive the day you decide to use it to fill the gaps in your heart instead of using it for short entertainment."
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*takes 19 selfies*

*deletes 22 selfies*

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"When I was a student at Cambridge I remember an anthropology professor holding up a picture of a bone with 28 incisions carved in it. “This is often considered to be man’s first attempt at a calendar,” she explained. She paused as we dutifully wrote this down. “My question to you is this – what man needs to mark 28 days? I would suggest to you that this is woman’s first attempt at a calendar.”
It was a moment that changed my life. In that second I stopped to question almost everything I had been taught about the past. How often had I overlooked women’s contributions? How often had I sped past them as I learned of male achievement and men’s place in the history books? Then I read Rosalind Miles’s book “The Women’s History of the World” (recently republished as “Who Cooked the Last Supper?”) and I knew I needed to look again. History is full of fabulous females who have been systematically ignored, forgotten or simply written out of the records. They’re not all saints, they’re not all geniuses, but they do deserve remembering."
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