Hello! Kathryn here. I go to a Performing Arts School.

I am Morgan's turd.

I'm obsessed with history, Disneyland, and everything in between. I play Dungeons and Dragons. I volunteer at two museums.

My blog has slowly become somewhat of a personal diary/photo diary. I post a lot of personal posts as well as pretty much a selfie a day.

I'm an INTJ and it's incredibly accurate.

  • Day 39. 10/20/14 Worked on my ORLA all day. 📕✒️💗 #PhotoADayLVA

  • disneylandguru:

    Skull Rock became part of Disneyland in 1960, joining another icon from Peter Pan, Captain Hook’s Pirate Ship, which had been in Disneyland since 1955.

    Skull Rock and the Pirate Ship were both victims of the New Fantasyland project in 1982. When the New Fantasyland opened in May 1983, guests found that the old tournament façades had been replaced by charming architecture; the old dark rides had been improved; Pinocchio’s Daring Journey had been added; and rides such s the King Arthur Carrousel had been moved around to eliminate Fantasyland’s previously cramped layout. But Skull Rock and the Pirate Ship were gone—Dumbo the Flying Elephant had taken over the space

    If you’re in Southern California and you still want to visit Skull Rock on the Peter Pan attraction. 

    (via disneylandguru)

  • aysusjelly:

    Why did Kathryn just reblog a bunch of dokken posts

    we were talking about tumblr in Dokken’s class.

  • gotta find that stuff.

  • theolduvaigorge:

    The Glory of Life in X-ray: a stunning series of X-ray images by medical specialist and artist Arie van ’t Riet explores the inner workings of animals and plants

    Arie van ’t Riet has a unique view of life on earth. As a medical physicist based in the Netherlands, van ’t Riet teaches radiographers about radiation physics and safety. As part of his teaching program, van ’t Riet searched for an example to demonstrate and visualise the influence of x-ray energy on the contrast of an x-ray image. The higher the x-ray energy, the lower the contrast. “I arrived at flowers. After some years I started to edit and partly colour these x-ray images. And I added animals,” he says. van ’t Riet now produces a series of x-ray artworks demonstrating the inner beauty of life. 

    Each image is produced at his home, where he has an x-ray machine under licence. All the animals imaged were already dead. “It’s not justified to expose living animals to the risk of x-rays,” he says. His work has now given him a new perspective on nature” (read more).

    (Source: BBC)

    (via ahhsparklymagic)

  • kinks182:

    "self respect" isn’t wearing clothes that cover you up, it’s wearing whatever the fuck you feel good and comfortable in

    (via ohmyspookyfeferi)

  • cl0udten:

    I wish my six sense was the ability to tell who wants to fuck me

    (via charmxnder)

  • Good because I’m h e r e to ask you out.

    (Source: iftheladyinsists, via indreamshecame)