I drove up to PA today to see the friends. I was able to blast klove along the way and hear a radio show about Pope Francis!


congrats to the first-ever tumblr best fandom forever winner, harry potter! potterheads crushed it. 
see the winner in action on the mtvu fandom awards this sunday, july 27 at 8/7c on mtv. hint: it might involve someone whose name rhymes with “songbottom.”


congrats to the first-ever tumblr best fandom forever winner, harry potter! potterheads crushed it. 

see the winner in action on the mtvu fandom awards this sunday, july 27 at 8/7c on mtv. hint: it might involve someone whose name rhymes with “songbottom.”


Museum Studies tends to be for people who want to learn the technical aspect of working in a museum, any museum, and has a smaller range of job opportunities (but still looks like a really cool program). Public history has a wide range of job opportunities, provides you with practical experience and history knowledge, and tends to be for people who know they want to be in the history field.

Anonymous Asked:
What are you going to grad school for?

Public history! Maybe Museum Studies, but I would prefer public history.

Off to visit grad school number two today! It isn’t my top choice but they are rolling out the red carpet for my visit AND they are known to provide full funding. Driving up and back with Patrick, who was kind enough to help me out since I have no clue where I am going. It wasn’t difficult to convince Deacon to give him the day off either!

tommy2shoes Asked:
"I have ZERO desire to veil, do not feel spiritually called to do so, and still treat the Mass with reverence." I agree with you 100%, but it is amazing the number of people who don't. - tommy

The people who don’t treat the Mass with reverence? Or the people who don’t understand that you can be a devout female Catholic without a veil?

Both of those are very sad.

Also, it was nice to meet you Tommy! One of my favorite people is named Tommy! God bless!


(Pick a destination on this European road trip- or more, if you like it)
Amsterdam: Do people think you are a complete "alien"?
Athens: Are you a perfectionist?
Belgrade: Tell me about the nicknames people give you.
Berlin: How often can you get everything you really want?
Bratislava: Tell me about the book of your life.
Brussels: Do you use many different languages in a same sentence?
Bucharest: Have you ever put someone in the Friend Zone?
Budapest: Have you ever been put in the Friend Zone?
Copenhagen: Have you ever kissed or been kissed by a complete stranger?
Dublin: Have you ever drunk to forget something and/or someone?
Helsinki: Imagine you have to choose between love and your greatest goal in life. What would be your choice?
Kiev: Have you ever felt hurt by words that cut your heart more than a knife could ever do?
Lisbon: Have you ever felt you were - absolutely - born in the wrong country?
Ljubljana: Have you ever been mistaken by someone else?
London: More sense or more sensibility?
Luxembourg: Have you ever deeply regretted something you done (and I really mean DEEPLY)?
Madrid: Which talents you don't have and you really would love to have?
Moscow: Are you able you sleep well every night?
Nicosia: How often do you fall into a state of procrastination?
Oslo: What would give you absolute peace of mind?
Paris: Are you afraid of falling in love (in general or for a specific person)?
Podgorica: Would you die for what you believe?
Prague: Are you a jealous person?
Reykjavik: If you had to choose a country in the World to live forever and ever, which one it would be?
Riga: Would you take and publish a selfie if someone asked you to?
Rome: Have you ever experienced undeniable and true love in any form?
Sarajevo: How far would you go for the ones you love?
Skopje: What was the sweetest thing anyone called you?
Sofia: Have you ever been a victim of any form of prejudice?
Stockholm: Have you ever felt that you were an inspiration for someone else?
Tallinn: What was the strangest rumour you heard about yourself?
Tirana: Do you consider yourself a sexy person?
Valletta: Have you ever had a car or bike accident?
Vienna: Choose a song to define your life and explain it.
Vilnius: Would you change your nationality if you had the chance?
Warsaw: Have you ever suffered a depression?
Zagreb: Have you ever gave your heart to someone who did not deserve it at all?
Zurich: How important is money in your life?
NOWHERE FAST: Don´t ask me absolutely anything. Tell – tell me what you think about the person that owns this Tumblr.

Who’s your patron saint and why?

Watching Scooby Doo to see myself on the big screen

"We need ‘lectio divina’ in the visual realm. It means that you get good books. That your coffee table books are rich sacred art. That you give yourself opportunities to wander in the woods, that you read the book of creation more deliberately and you spend time before the 2,000 years of history of sacred art. I think that our homes, our schools, our offices, should be places of beauty, too. There should be beautiful things all around us. Don’t try to bottle beauty. Don’t try to capture it. If you do, it stagnates… We listen, we’re attuned to the transcendent, to God, and beauty leads us to God. Keep your head and your heart open to God, and beauty will lead you to God."

Bill Donaghy

(Source: bethmeetsworld)