Help a family keep going— with our job eating away at the car and money to replace parts, we are struggling in many ways.
I’m not one to ask for help unless it gets to a braking point. So, Tumblr peeps, my family and I have met our match. The fiance, my 2.5 year old and myself are in critical need of assistance. We both work, he works every night 365 days a year and it’s killing the car (he’s a newspaper delivery and can NEVER miss a night). So much so now that the repair is beyond our financial ability and additional job offers the past month (to get away from the paper route and it’s car torture) were lost to us because the car decided to blow tires, brake a barring, or the brakes just decided to stop working. I even have called in a few times because of the car. We’re concerned the CV joint or axle will brake soon which would cripple the car, and we ultimately would lose our jobs, lose the house— and we don’t want that. We also don’t need to be hauling my baby in the car with it being unsafe but sometimes we don’t have much choice if we need to work— after all, we don’t have a sitter. And of course, we don’t need anyone else to be injured.
So, pleading here which I rarely do. I can’t even figure out what can charities would help us, so a fundraiser must do. Help a mom and dad keep our jobs, keep our baby safe, and keep us going out there on the road.
"Cas, it’s no use. Give it up, man."
"Dean Winchester, there is not a hell out there harsh enough to keep me from you. Not even one of your own making. Now let it go—Sam’s waiting."
Hey guys. So I know not that many of you actually know me in person. But from what I can tell, a lot of you are fans of Misha’s and you are familiar with the Random Acts fundraising event Endure4Kindness (E4K). I’m planning on participating in E4K for the first time this year!
I was just wondering if any of you would be interested in supporting my personal campaign for the event. I’ll be making paper cranes with funny and uplifting messages inside. I have 24 hours (October 18-19) to make as many as I can. Then when I make my cross country move to California, I’ll be leaving them at every rest stop, restaurant, gas station, roadside attraction, and hotel that I stop at along my way. I could even make one for you, if you’d like! <3
If you want to contribute, you’d have two options. If you want to just leave a small donation before the event begins, you are free to do so. But this is an endurance event! I’d encourage you (if you are able) to pledge a small amount to donate per crane folded. It could even be like one penny per crane or something ;) If you want to do that, just let me know what you pledge and as the event goes on I will keep you updated about how many cranes I’ve made.
My crowdrise page is at
Remember, ALL proceeds go to Misha’s charity Random Acts.
Please consider helping me out <3 <3 <3
Thank you in advance for your generosity,
Misha Collins legs
i’m not looking at his legs
Nobody is looking his legs
damn that’s a nice carpet
HOT DAMN LOOK AT THOSE SOCKS!
loving the blinds there
What a cute foldup table.
he has a really nice watch
that’s a very interesting electrical socket
those are some nice curtains
i dk about you but I love that cute glass thing on the tabletop
dat practical armor
I love every aspect of this.
NO you guys don’t understand, the entire book is like this. They tried to cram in all sorts of representation of different races and the art is gorgeous and it’s GREAT! The picture for a spellcaster is a female human who is wearing BAGGY, NON-SEXUALIZED CLOTHING AND NO MAKEUP because she’s in a dungeon, she doesn’t have time to do her hair cmon.
Lillian Weber, a 99-year-old good Samaritan from Iowa, has spent the last few years sewing a dress a day for the Little Dresses For Africa charity, a Christian organization that distributes dresses to children in need in Africa and elsewhere.
Weber’s goal is to make 1,000 dresses by the time she turns 100 on May 6th. So far, she’s made more than 840. Though she says she could make two a day, she only makes one – but each single dress she makes per day is personalized with careful stitchwork. She hopes that each little girl who receives her dress can take pride in her new garment.