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Welcome to my blog. My name is Amber.
I love Jesus first and foremost, as well as my family in Christ. I blog about God, nature, music, gaming, and Disney movies. I hope to make new friends here and build up a support system among fellow bloggers. I have suffered a lot of abuse and am a fragile person. I have suffered insomnia, depression, PTSD, anxiety, and other hardships. I am still in recovery, but my Lord and Savior helps me through the most difficult times. His light truly does shine brightest in the darkest of moments. Feel free to ask me questions. God bless.
Rising from the Ashes.
space-coyote:

FORGET ABOUT THE SEED RANK! WHEN DO WE GET THE FREAKIN’ GUNBLADES?!

space-coyote:

FORGET ABOUT THE SEED RANK! WHEN DO WE GET THE FREAKIN’ GUNBLADES?!

Damon in the finale of every season

animated-disney-gifs:

 

─── You’re not alone anymore.

wteverrr:

triple-six-kicks:

"I don’t love him but he’s here and you aren’t"

Ouch

wteverrr:

triple-six-kicks:

"I don’t love him but he’s here and you aren’t"

Ouch

earthandanimals:

This Cyclops Shark was found 3 years ago off the Coast of Mexico
While the shark is somewhat reminiscent of Blinky, the three-eyed fish from The Simpsons, it is the result of the prosencephalon (forebrain) failing to separate into two hemispheres during embryonic development. As the brain failed to separate, only one optic lobe formed, leading to only one eye. This condition often results in miscarriage, and those that survive  to birth typically die within a day. As the shark would have needed to defend itself from the moment it was born, it would not have lasted very long.
"This is extremely rare, as far as I know less than 50 examples of an abnormality like this have been recorded,” Felipe Galván-Magaña of the Mexican Institute of Sciences.
Full article here

earthandanimals:

This Cyclops Shark was found 3 years ago off the Coast of Mexico

While the shark is somewhat reminiscent of Blinky, the three-eyed fish from The Simpsons, it is the result of the prosencephalon (forebrain) failing to separate into two hemispheres during embryonic development. As the brain failed to separate, only one optic lobe formed, leading to only one eye. This condition often results in miscarriage, and those that survive  to birth typically die within a day. As the shark would have needed to defend itself from the moment it was born, it would not have lasted very long.

"This is extremely rare, as far as I know less than 50 examples of an abnormality like this have been recorded,” Felipe Galván-Magaña of the Mexican Institute of Sciences.

Full article here

carbonatred:

babe. u still mad

carbonatred:

babe. u still mad

immortal-axolotl:

I just gasped really loudly