More to Life than Books

But not Much more

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alextimmons:

poco-loki:

thecorruptedquietone:

prongsmydeer:

Plot twist: The next companion is a normal girl/boy who only dies once in their lifetime and has no remarkable back story but he thinks they’re wonderful because they are human and the Doctor needs reminding that you don’t need to be a mystery to be remarkable. 

#and the doctor never has to kiss them or sexualize them at all #in fact they are not even attracted to the doctor

so basically we want Donna back

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"I don’t think this is what Hermione had in mind when she suggested you help me revise."
Harry met Ginny’s eyes with a practiced angelic expression, “No?”
She shook her head, not falling for his act even for a moment. Almost unconsciously, he reached up to gently brush her bangs from her cheek and continued, “I’m surprised we even made it to the library, actually.”
"No thanks to you. You realize I’ll blame you if I fail my OWLs?"
"Of course. But you won’t fail." [x]

"I don’t think this is what Hermione had in mind when she suggested you help me revise."

Harry met Ginny’s eyes with a practiced angelic expression, “No?”

She shook her head, not falling for his act even for a moment. Almost unconsciously, he reached up to gently brush her bangs from her cheek and continued, “I’m surprised we even made it to the library, actually.”

"No thanks to you. You realize I’ll blame you if I fail my OWLs?"

"Of course. But you won’t fail." [x]

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doctorwho:

chameshida:

this episode is a phenomenal

instant new favourite

I’m in love with twelve-Clara dynamic

Clara is perfect around children I’m going to cry

basically Clara is perfect human being

Pink is also precious

god I’m so happy with this episode

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seriously! each episode just gets better and better! I loved this one so much! 

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I’ve written about this before, and it comes down to one line: Confusion is the sweat of learning. If a student doesn’t get confused at some point in a class then either the student already knew the material in class, or the student didn’t learn anything in class. It’s just like going to a gym to work out. If you didn’t sweat and you didn’t get sore afterwards, you probably didn’t do anything.
Two Common Misconceptions About Learning | WIRED (via technologies)

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I made it through the second week of school! (I teach 4th grade now. Don’t know if I ever said that one here) 

I am exhausted. My feet hurt and I want to go to sleep, but I have reading assessments to grade. 

But overall, I love me kids. I love my school. I love my co-workers. 

Basically, I’m just really happy with my decision to teach this year! Which I’m glad about because I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do and then this teaching position sort of fell into my lap. 

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