This isn't Average

The life of a thinly spread, danceaholic, nerd...... who cares more than you will ever know.
did-you-kno:

Watching live dance performances causes your body to respond as if you’re dancing too. A study showed that people watching dancers had specific motor responses to the movement. So if you see someone do an amazing pirouette, your body is secretly trying to do one too. Source

did-you-kno:

Watching live dance performances causes your body to respond as if you’re dancing too. A study showed that people watching dancers had specific motor responses to the movement. So if you see someone do an amazing pirouette, your body is secretly trying to do one too. Source

Halloween Party at work! #halloween #iqss #harvard

Halloween Party at work! #halloween #iqss #harvard

Best discovery near our apartment! We can see Boston with just a 15min walk!

Best discovery near our apartment! We can see Boston with just a 15min walk!

Another part of my kick ass birthday weekend. Thank you Tom!!! #bestbirthdayweekendever

Another part of my kick ass birthday weekend. Thank you Tom!!! #bestbirthdayweekendever

I will always love the Cape, but Columbus Day weekend at the Cape will always be my favorite. #capecod

I will always love the Cape, but Columbus Day weekend at the Cape will always be my favorite. #capecod

This is my new friend Edgar, also known as Poe #boston #poe

This is my new friend Edgar, also known as Poe #boston #poe

allcreatures:


A husband and wife photography team are now so friendly with a family of wild beavers they let them take their portrait. Bettina and Christian Kutschenreiter have spent 10 years making regular visits to the beavers after they interrupted them taking pictures of kingfishers near the city of Rosenheim near Munich, Germany. And now they are able to get up close and personal as the animals recognise their voices when they come to visit.

Picture: Kutschenreiter/Arco/Solent News (via Telegraph.co.uk)

allcreatures:

A husband and wife photography team are now so friendly with a family of wild beavers they let them take their portrait. Bettina and Christian Kutschenreiter have spent 10 years making regular visits to the beavers after they interrupted them taking pictures of kingfishers near the city of Rosenheim near Munich, Germany. And now they are able to get up close and personal as the animals recognise their voices when they come to visit.

Picture: Kutschenreiter/Arco/Solent News (via Telegraph.co.uk)

(via thefrogman)

Since I get to see these people this today and this weekend…and I miss them…gone throw back to freshman year when We discovered Justin’s odd sleeping habits #tbt @amandazipf @marissagsantos

Since I get to see these people this today and this weekend…and I miss them…gone throw back to freshman year when We discovered Justin’s odd sleeping habits #tbt @amandazipf @marissagsantos