Kale, coconut water, hemp seeds, peach, mango, banana & topped with chia seeds.
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— Tracee Ellis Ross (via thatkindofwoman)
animalrights-humanlefts asked: Hi! I'm just wondering what you do with peta, and how you got a job there? Stay lovely :)
I work in the Laboratory Investigations Department… some of my tasks include responding directly to public phone calls and emails from PETA.org regarding animals used in experiments, presenting the victories for my department every month at our Monthly Staff Meeting, keeping track of finances for my department, etc.
I got the job by simply applying! just google “why work in animal rights” and click the peta link that shows up. You should be able to see our available jobs right there! :)
imarinicollette asked: Congratulations on your baby! How did you and Luke meet?
Thanks Imari! :)
When I moved to Virginia, my coworker at PETA said I should put an ad on Craigslist for a vegan roommate since lots of vegans live in this area. I thought it was super weird, but maybe would be a cool experience. So I did!
And Luke answered my ad, and I went to meet him at his house. I was in love with him from the moment I met him. And he said he felt the same way. There was an instant atmosphere of positivity and light about our interactions. We grew to be best friends and did everything together for the first 5 months of living together. And then we admitted our feelings for one another at 3AM on a Wednesday night and now I’m pregnant. LOL! It’s the greatest love story I’ve ever known :)
do you ever see something great and hilarious but you’re too sad to react to it
why is this picture so accurate?
I literally reblog this every time
Many people saw this photo on the internet and made fun of the “dairy” cow by calling her “stupid” but no one has wondered why she would leave the huge, lush, green pasture behind her and climb over a fence. The cow in the photo is a “first-calf heifer” trying to find her stolen baby. These first time mothers will do literally anything to get to their babies.
A cow will continue to grow physically until she is 3-4 but a “dairy” cow is forcibly impregnated when she is only 15 months old and has her first calf when she is 2. A 2 year old cow is a teenager and will still be playful.
The term “first-calf heifer” is used very frequently in the dairy industry and refers to a cow who has had her first baby. The dairy industry uses the word “heifer” instead of “cow” to describe these first time mothers because they are yet to reach their full mature cow size.
Having not experienced the systematic loss of her babies yet thus very hopeful and ambitious, a “first-calf heifer” will be extremely determined to find and get to her stolen baby that she will literally do anything. This includes crawling over fences, breaking out of fields and walking for miles. To avoid this from happening, dairy farmers try to make their fencing escape-proof with hot electric fence, electric wire strands, steel panels, sturdy barbed/page wires.
— C. S. Lewis (via stability)
Time has done these two SO well!
help me I can’t stop laughing
DID HE JUST RUN ALL THE WAY TO THE SEATS TO CLAP FOR HIS TEAM OMFG