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fredredrika:

Help me get a Peanut Sniffing Dog!

I was diagnosed with a severe peanut allergy at the age of 6 after years of suffering from (luckily) minor reactions. Fifteen years later, my allergy has not only grown in severity but also progressed to affecting my education and social life. (Things I cannot do: travel via airplane or train, walk into restaurants/bars, buy food without reading ingredients, go to a majority of sports games, sit in crowded cafeterias, etc.)

After years of research, I have finally found some sort of a solution: an Allergy Service Dog. It’s exactly what it sounds like—a highly trained dog with the capabilty of sniffing out peanuts in busy restaurants, full classrooms, on public buses, and even on the hands, body, or mouth of a person I am interacting with.

Seeing as the majority of my struggle with the allergy is socially (I have learned how to avoid food and certain situations where I may come across peanuts), an Allergy Service Dog would lessen the load I am burdened to carry. Not only would it make me feel more comfortable in public, the dog would also be a certification and/or proof of my allergy for those whom I meet who think I am making my allergy up for attention.

There is a flaw in this plan, however. A Service Dog is expensive, especially because Allergy Service Dogs are relatively unknown and do not receive much support. I am a college student who does not have much money.

I am asking for the help from family, friends, and strangers to support me in my next step in life and this leap towards confidence. I really could not do it without you.

Please share and/or donate if you can. Thank you!

I am 0.9% to my goal! To be honest, this is more than I ever thought I would get to when I first started looking into Allergy Dogs. Please continue sharing and donating if you can. Do not hesitate to email all your contacts as well as sharing my page via social media. I need all the help I can get.

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"Who don’t believe in anything?" [x]

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It is a curious thing, the death of a loved one. We all know that our time in this world is limited, and that eventually all of us will end up underneath some sheet, never to wake up. And yet it is always a surprise when it happens to someone we know. It is like walking up the stairs to your bedroom in the dark, and thinking there is one more stair than there is. Your foot falls down, through the air, and there is a sickly moment of dark surprise as you try and readjust the way you thought of things. Lemony Snicket (via beatriseprior)
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littlemissmutant:

kingjaffejoffer:

Remember this when you read reports of people ‘looting’ McDonalds tomorrow

I keep coming back to the fact that in Ferguson the protestors are doing everything police and other first responders are supposed to do - emergency first-aid, preventing break-ins at local businesses - and the police are doing the things that the police are supposed to prevent - murder, assault, intimidation, harassment, generally terrorizing this community.

littlemissmutant:

kingjaffejoffer:

Remember this when you read reports of people ‘looting’ McDonalds tomorrow

I keep coming back to the fact that in Ferguson the protestors are doing everything police and other first responders are supposed to do - emergency first-aid, preventing break-ins at local businesses - and the police are doing the things that the police are supposed to prevent - murder, assault, intimidation, harassment, generally terrorizing this community.

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pax-arabica:

I think the story that kills me the most, is the story of the neighbors who all gathered themselves on the roof, in a hope that when the Israeli pilots see them all as a large group of unarmed civilians, they won’t bomb them.

They assumed that the Israeli pilot would have a shred of humanity. They overestimated his conscience, and underestimated his depravity.

Peaceful methods work only if your enemy has a conscience.

And you still ask us why we fight?

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societykilledher:

forgivemeasinner:

justinmilwaukee:

This is so awesome.

Yeah, I can’t help but reblog this. No matter how famous or tough you are, if a little kid is stoked on you… You stop and recognize that he is your biggest fan.

His face I can’t

societykilledher:

forgivemeasinner:

justinmilwaukee:

This is so awesome.

Yeah, I can’t help but reblog this. No matter how famous or tough you are, if a little kid is stoked on you… You stop and recognize that he is your biggest fan.

His face I can’t

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chalriepace:

humansofnewyork:

"So do you sell drugs?" "No I’m only five"

#sounds like something a drug dealer would say

chalriepace:

humansofnewyork:

"So do you sell drugs?" "No I’m only five"

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