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One-Liner Wednesday -- Flaws are like headlights on a car.

Gregg actually said “faults”, but I feel that “flaws” is more identifiable. I’m sure he doesn’t mind.

 “Flaws are like headlights on a car — you can only see the other person’s.”

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Wordpress votes for their Favorite Poets

Hey Everyone,

We gather here today to celebrate truly inspiring poets on WordPress, please be generous with your votes to the poets you prefer.

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One-Liner Wednesday -- Let them be the person they are.

This is a thought that is lost on a lot of people. They just never get it or understand the pain they cause. (This does not apply if someone you know is an ax murderer, of course, so don’t be a smart-ass.) 76 more words


Photos: Forbidden from riding bikes, fearless Afghan girls are skateboarding around Kabul

Australian skateboarder Oliver Percovich created the non-profit Skateistan in 2007, a grassroots project that connects youth and education through skateboarding in Afghanistan. The organization, which has since grown to an award-winning international NGO, caught the attention of London-based… 244 more words

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My hat is off to my fearless Afghan sisters. (Please comment under the original thread. Thank you!)

Forces of Nature

There’s nothing quite like a sea storm to set the adrenalin rushing.  When you’re out there bobbing about on a boat, the  power of wind and waves can be a daunting experience. 25 more words


Rainbow Bridge ~ Something Worth Sharing


dynasticqueen reblogged this on Manuscript. Head. Drawer. and commented:

I bought my kitten, Friskie, when I was twelve years old with the handful of nickles, dimes, and pennies in my piggy bank. She was the runt of the litter, unable to get a bite to eat until the others had their fill. When I rode my bike, I always made sure to wear something with a pocket big enough to carry her with just her head poking up. From then until I had my first child at age 22, my Siamese cat and I were never separated. But then, one day, her hind legs gave out. Dad and my brothers carefully wrapped her in a blue blanket and took her to the vet. I waved goodbye to her from the front door ("See you in a little bit, Frisk!"), and she never came home. That was 30 years ago. I've never been able to bring myself to get another pet because I can't take feeling that utter grief again. Thanks for this post (and video), Margaret. It made me laugh and cry at the same time, a good thing. :)

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Shells: The Intricate Details

Spider conch

Sea urchin

Sand dollar


For 500 million years Mollusks have been perfecting shape and form. Their shells have a wide variety of intricate patterns and colouring.

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