Everyone, stop and reblog this, it won’t make your blog ugly. Taylor is fighting a rare form of cancer and she is struggling to survive. Reblog this photo if you hope she will win her battle with cancer.
Pray for Taylor Love.
One of the saddest photos I’ve saved in my computer.
No fucking way.
oh my god
Mother of God.
oh my holy god.
oh my god :(…………
they obviously didn’t die if the picture was uploaded to the computer… but its still sad!
^ the camera with this picture on was found in the the rubble after the attack.
reblogging every time.
this made me cry
Oh my god
Imagine the aftermath.
This is honestly one of the most intense photos i have seen from 9/11. So sad
This is sad to look at looking how calm he is and not knowing whats about to happen
this photo makes me feel so sick :(
fuck i bursted out into tears
Fuck. To prove this isn’t a photoshop job or anything, reblog and click the picture, then look at this picture again.
omg this is so sad
Look At This Heroic Dog of the Day: Meet Buster: A 9-year-old fawn boxer who was severely injured protecting his home in St. Paul from a knife-wielding prowler.
His owner, who had happened to be out at the time purchasing supplies for a bow-hunting trip, returned home to find Buster covered in deep lacerations. He had apparently attempted to bite into a hunting knife being brandished by the thief, causing him to shatter several teeth.
“Every room of my house was filled with blood. It was like a murder scene,” said owner Larry Wagaman.
The perp (or perps) managed to make away with several items, but left the knife — which belongs to Wagaman — behind. “He’s a dog that comes around every 100 years,” Wagaman said, adding that Buster “fought him off every room they were in.”
The courageous canine underwent surgery at the University of Minnesota veterinary hospital. He’s recovering at home now, where he’s returned to his duties as guard dog. “Even with all the wounds,” says Wagaman,”he wants to sit up and look out the window.”
The medical expenses are steep — over $3,000 so far, but Wagaman says Buster is worth every penny: “That’s a lot of money, but I don’t care. He’s a hero.”