Hi I'm Tera I'm 21
Nope now I'm 23
best part of 2013
worst part of 2013
The saddest things in the world:
-people forgotten on their birthdays
-old people eating alone
-animals left behind by their humans
An undated, colorized photo of the Fugate family.
The Blue Fugate Family of Kentucky
Martin Fugate wasn’t sad, but he was blue when he arrived in Trouble Creek in 1920. This was caused by methemoglobinemia, a condition which restricts the flow of oxygen around the body, causing the azure pallor (but are usually fine otherwise).
Fugate married Elizabeth Smith, who wasn’t blue but carried the recessive gene. Four of seven children were blue, and due to the remoteness of their village and societal norms which allowed them to marry cousins, their children ended up having dozens of offspring with the condition.
I want a cactus in a cute little pot and I’ll name it after you because you’re a fucking prick.