Heart-Felt Dreamer

This is a blog about nothing. I am the reblog QUEEEN!

Dominique is the name (26). :-) Love the beauty of life, the beauty is what YOU make it. I love God, Music, Fatshion, Art (especially nude art), I love randomness & so much more. I'm also a sucka for love.
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nodudedontdothat:

4gifs:

Puppy enjoys listening to guitar

I CANT DEAL WITH THIS AMOUNT OF ADORABLE 

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Pray more, worry less.

I think people focus too much energy on getting people to like them, trying to get people to accept them. I’ve never felt any validation from that.

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fangirlfeminists:

veganmoonprincess:

This is disgusting did they just smack the walden instagram filter on her

This isn’t the Walden instagram filter otherwise the shirt color would have changed, they lightened her skin by a fucking lot.

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vintageblackbeauty:

Seventy summers in the cotton fields

c1899

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divalocity:

Actress Tika Sumpter for ESSENCE Magazine August 2014.

Photo: Jason Rembert

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dynastylnoire:

1stqueenofmars:

something to cheer up your day!

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!

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lustt-and-luxury:

Lmao , they are gone 😂

the-goddamazon:

blckgrlothrwrld:

thetremendousone:

Do y’all understand the importance here?

Remember when people in the music industry used to like each other and make cameos in each other’s videos.

And when they righteously abused the fish-eye lens? Yes. The 90s was a good time for Black people.

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naturee-feels:

Please take time to breathe and be still. Slow down, take time to just chill.

dekutree:

prestonhymas:

snail-monger:

awesomephilia:

Russian guy saves dog from imminent death (via)

I SCREAMED

this was the most stressful five seconds of my life

holy SHIT

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micdotcom:

The crisis in Gaza is so serious, it can be seen from space

International Space Station astronaut Alexander Gerst has posted his “saddest photo yet.” From all the way up in the thermosphere, ISS personnel orbiting 200 miles over the Middle East can see bombs and missiles exploding in Gaza and Israel as the two sides go to war.

Detailed explanation of the photo | Follow micdotcom 

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