Stuff by Julia Wertz

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Once my dad made up this life philosophy he succinctly titled  “Life Choices.” It was based on a photo he took of two sets of railroad tracks disappearing into a sunset, which he claimed represented everyday choices we’re presented with, from we have to choose right or wrong. The problem (of which my disclosure was unappreciated) was the tracks were parallel, thus headed TO THE SAME DESTINATION. This marginally related photo just reminded me of that and lololololol

Once my dad made up this life philosophy he succinctly titled “Life Choices.” It was based on a photo he took of two sets of railroad tracks disappearing into a sunset, which he claimed represented everyday choices we’re presented with, from we have to choose right or wrong. The problem (of which my disclosure was unappreciated) was the tracks were parallel, thus headed TO THE SAME DESTINATION. This marginally related photo just reminded me of that and lololololol

— 5 days ago with 10 notes
#tbt those months I was so sick I was almost dead and instead of developing a profound appreciation for life, I started reading comic books.

#tbt those months I was so sick I was almost dead and instead of developing a profound appreciation for life, I started reading comic books.

— 6 days ago with 38 notes
#tbt 
Insert ad for Psychopathia Sexualis. It was controversially popular in psychiatry for a few years in the late 1800’s, I’ve seen referenced on actual patient files a few times. It eventually fell out of favor, on account of many of his theories on sexual deviance being irrelevant and hilarious.

Insert ad for Psychopathia Sexualis. It was controversially popular in psychiatry for a few years in the late 1800’s, I’ve seen referenced on actual patient files a few times. It eventually fell out of favor, on account of many of his theories on sexual deviance being irrelevant and hilarious.

— 1 week ago with 22 notes
WWII army mail pouch with souvenir photos inside. Found in an attic trunk along with love letters from a soldier to his girlfriend back home.

WWII army mail pouch with souvenir photos inside. Found in an attic trunk along with love letters from a soldier to his girlfriend back home.

— 1 week ago with 21 notes
Abandoned train bridge in Providence, RI. It’s hard to tell from the photo, but the bridge is tilted at an obtuse angle, and some maniac put swings at the very top.

Abandoned train bridge in Providence, RI. It’s hard to tell from the photo, but the bridge is tilted at an obtuse angle, and some maniac put swings at the very top.

— 1 week ago with 21 notes
Plate prints from a 1904 medical book

Plate prints from a 1904 medical book

— 1 week ago with 19 notes