Hey there! I'm Elisabeth. I'm a college junior majoring in sign language interpretation, and I love it!
I also love Sherlock, Castle, Doctor Who, Elementary, LOTR, books (lots of books), and other cool stuff like that. I mostly just reblog things I like, so feel free to have a look around.

Things I am passionate about:

Interpreting, American Sign Language, Deafness and the Deaf Community, feminism, dancing, raising awareness about mental illness (especially depression), music (in general), EQUALITY, trying to better myself, changing my pattern of ignorance on different issues, thinking complexly about books/movies/stories, languages, good food (especially gluten free food!), poetry, coffee, being kind to others, staying positive, learning new things, and finding the beautiful in everyday.


I'm always here for anyone who needs to talk or is having a hard time. I know, I've been there, so please message me anytime if you need someone to talk to. Anon is on.

I hope you have a lovely day! :D

P.S. this is my poetry blog:http://swingblueslove.blogspot.com/

 

castixle:

Women don’t have to wear short skirts or small tops, but if they want to, they can.

Women don’t have to wear long shirts or long skirts, but if they want to, they can.

Women don’t have to shave, but if they want to, they can.

Women don’t have to stay at home and cook, but if they want to, they can.

Women don’t have to wear makeup, but if they want to, they can.

Women don’t have to do anything they don’t want to do, but if they want to, they can.

thebrainscoop:

Teeth rows of a tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Often times the teeth of a shark are the only evidence of that species’ existence in the fossil record - their cartilaginous skeletons fail to preserve with the same frequency. These teeth, however, are not bone - they’re modified placoid plates; in other words, scales. 

thebrainscoop:

Teeth rows of a tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Often times the teeth of a shark are the only evidence of that species’ existence in the fossil record - their cartilaginous skeletons fail to preserve with the same frequency. These teeth, however, are not bone - they’re modified placoid plates; in other words, scales. 

gallavantinggallifreyan:

Okay guys, the bees are dying. This isn’t a joke, or some sort of sci-fi show gimmick. We need bees, they are very important. Please do what you can…even if it isn’t much.

(Source: gerhard-martin)

pemberleydigital:

New emmaapproved episode - “Big Girls Don’t Cry” - with Joanna Sotomura and Dayeanne Hutton.
Emma’s Look - http://pbly.co/EA_el65
Emma’s Pullover - http://pbly.co/EA_t70
Harriet’s Look - http://pbly.co/EA_hl33
Harriet’s Dress - http://pbly.co/EA_d67