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shoutout to my friend prescription-inked for doing something incredibly awesome and completely scary today.

Love ya man.

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Sunday Haiku

Have not left bed yet
And the stress has already

Begun its gnawing.

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ϟ The Magic Begins Challenge: A Scene You Really Wanted To Be In The Movies, But Wasn’t

Have a biscuit, Potter.

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If it involves mountains, breakfast food, coffee or campfires - I’m in. 

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archivesfoundation:

On October 12, 1928, the negative pressure ventilator, commonly known as the iron lung, was used clinically for the first time at Boston Children’s Hospital.
The iron lung is a device designed to assist with the breathing those who have either lost control of their diaphragm muscles or whose muscles don’t have the strength to breathe. It does this by creating an airtight seal around the body of a patient and then periodically increasing and decreasing the pressure exerted on their chest, thus moving their diaphragm for them and allowing them to breathe. 
Image: “Photograph of Nurses Being Instructed on the Use of Respirator for a Polio Patient," undated

archivesfoundation:

On October 12, 1928, the negative pressure ventilator, commonly known as the iron lung, was used clinically for the first time at Boston Children’s Hospital.

The iron lung is a device designed to assist with the breathing those who have either lost control of their diaphragm muscles or whose muscles don’t have the strength to breathe. It does this by creating an airtight seal around the body of a patient and then periodically increasing and decreasing the pressure exerted on their chest, thus moving their diaphragm for them and allowing them to breathe. 

Image: “Photograph of Nurses Being Instructed on the Use of Respirator for a Polio Patient," undated

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