I realized that next year in college I’m going to have to get my dorm mates accustomed to the idea that I shave my face on a daily basis. Possibly a yearly thing.
My mother is the reason I have hope I can still have a figure after motherhood.
My fathers genetics are telling me otherwise.
Guess who’s side I take after?
Once again, Miguel Ferrer show TPTB how it’s done. Bravo!
And I can’t wait to see the scene.
THE DARK DEPTHS OF THE OCEAN TO MEET AND LEARN SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT THE MAGNIFICENT ANIMALS THAT LIVE THERE ALL THROUGH THE CAPTIVATING COLORFUL PAGES OF ZOOBOOKS
- Failing a test you studied really hard for
- Getting replaced in a friendship
- Getting ignored
- Having something that you’re looking forward to, get cancelled
- Having to fight back tears in front of people
- Finding out that the person you like, likes someone else
- Showing your parents something you’re proud of only to get a disinterested reply
That last one always breaks my heart.
that is killer of the child artist
I love Punziella’s work! Especially Rapunzel’s bangs and Elsa’s bun!
Anways, the new BIG SIX!!!
SO MUCH QUALITY
Oh why god WHY isn’t it possible to fit in more than ten pictures in a picture post?!
bread is so fucking good man I could prob eat an entire bakery in 25 minutes or less
one time like wayy before I was born it was christmas and my grandma looked in her backyard where her pear tree was. She noticed a partridge had landed in it. A literal partridge landed in her pear tree. On christmas she had a partridge in her pear tree. So she did the logical thing and shot it and ate it merry christmas everyone
she dun put a cartridge in that partridge
its incredible how many people dont understand the difference between facing your fears and forcing someone into a situation theyre highly uncomfortable with
Curse you third person
Star Parker | Center for Urban Renewal and Education | Total Badass
When Star Parker steps up to a podium, it’s hard to believe she ever helped rob a liquor store at gunpoint, aborted four babies in two years, or bilked the welfare system out of thousands of dollars. At 40, she is a respected and enterprising businesswoman, an articulate political activist and a devoted wife and mother.
But there was a time in her life, Parker confesses, when she was a single woman living on the dole. In fact, she not only collected welfare, she exploited it.
"I was just fine living in my modern apartment with the subterranean garage, a fireplace and a jacuzzi," she tells her audience. "I had no problem dropping my daughter off at a government-subsidized day care, selling off a few Medi-Cal stickers to buy drugs and hanging out at the beach all day."
In those days, white people were her enemies and the government was her provider, Parker explains. That changed one Sunday in 1983 when she listened to a sermon in a black church in Los Angeles. Parker suddenly realized she was the only one holding herself back, and God, not Uncle Sam, was her Source.
Today, Parker is one of the nation’s leading black conservatives and an outspoken advocate of welfare reform. From the streets of America’s ghettos to the halls of Congress, she cries out: “I am tired of the chronic complaining that black achievement is being undermined by institutional racism. Racism is not the issue that has driven our urban communities into crisis. Socialism is. The American Dream can only be achieved with limited government and more educational choices, economic opportunity and moral standards. Some people call these principles conservative. I call them common sense.” [link]
Comparing abortion to slavery [link]In 1854, Abraham Lincoln confronted America’s first “pro-choice” U.S. senator, Stephen Douglas of Illinois, in a speech in Peoria.
I nearly cried when I got to meet her in person this January. More blurbs on my role models to come!