this man is so great
i mean how can you not re-blog?
omg this is beautiful
fsdhkjahfkjdsahkfjdsahkjfd so amazing
In quiet moments do you sometimes feel you are in a mute search for something that’s missing? If so, you are not alone. A great hunger lies across the land. Regardless of age, sex or race, a vague dis-ease-if not outright desperation-pervades. A lot of active seeking with little permanent finding. In our quest most of us chase the rainbows of success, power, prestige or the approval of others. Surely, we reason, what’s just beyond will bring peace and a sense of purpose. But once we have what we thought would do the trick, we find the treasure has eluded us. Regardless of outer pluses too many feel lonely and unloved. Yet we keep on trying to get something from “out there” to still the inner unrest, and we cannot pinpoint what’s amiss.– Dorothy Briggs, Celebrate Yourself (via soul-surfer)
I’m 6’ HELLS YEAAAAAAAAAAH
I’m 5’10. Yay?
You can bet your sweet ass we’ll be doing the same exact thing if either of ours is ever stupid enough to do anything like that.
Bestselling Christian chick lit author ReShonda Tate Billingsley‘s Facebook recently posted a Facebook photo of her daughter and it’s going viral. The photo is part of her daughter’s punishment for abusing social media.
The photo’s been shared 3,600 times and counting, with most of the comments regarding it being favorable. One poster’s commends Billingsley’s no-nonsense approach: “This is YOUR CHILD, not everybody else’s! You are her parent! I approve because if you don’t do it now, the jails or worse are waiting for her! Thank you for being courageous in training your female child to be a productive citizen of our world.” Another commenter opined, “I am so through with these uber-permissive parents telling us we’re invading our children’s privacy and embarrassing them unfairly by taking control and stepping up to the plate as moms and dads. Go, ReShonda, you have my full support!” Only a very small minority of posters dissented.
What do you think? Is it ever cool to publicly punish your child? Were you ever punished in full view of friends and/or strangers? Would you try this method with your own kid?
But my hips start to move involuntarily, gyrating to their own rhythm, caught up in his cool vanilla spell.–
Fifty Shades Darker, p. 55.
my first album is going to be called COOL VANILLA SPELL.
WTELF. I mean, seriously. JEEBUS. ::stabby:: I STILL CAN’T BELIEVE THIS SHIZZ IS SELLING!