Facts that you should know about this blog.
1) It will have Christian references (I am a Protestant).
2) Me represented through randomness (mainly reblogs, though some thoughts, rants, and what not tossed about)

1st April 2014

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Exactly… =(

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1st March 2014

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kiaxet:

awesomephilia:

Foot, where are you going… foot… Noooo! (via)

#this is how i feel about life sometimes

^This. Is. Adorable. And. How. I. Feel.

kiaxet:

awesomephilia:

Foot, where are you going… foot… Noooo! (via)

#this is how i feel about life sometimes

^This. Is. Adorable. And. How. I. Feel.

Source: awesomephilia.com

23rd September 2013

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Just a little reminder…

Just a little reminder…

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23rd September 2013

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Hot beverage now please. =)

Hot beverage now please. =)

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22nd September 2013

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I need to learn how to play Dungeons and Dragons before we would be able to play it… but we can replace it with Munchkin. =)

I need to learn how to play Dungeons and Dragons before we would be able to play it… but we can replace it with Munchkin. =)

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14th September 2013

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smilingsiarra:

saekurosawa:

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ladykalliste:

CARGO - A zombie-bitten father tries to save his infant daughter

This is an amazing short film I found on YouTube. Watch it, you won’t be disappointed.

Welling up here…

Wow…

Well, I cried. Damn. This is so good.

sobbing heavily; this is amazing.

This is an amazing short story. I LOVE it. Have watched it a few times… and have cried.

Source: ladykalliste

14th September 2013

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Sometimes the simplest way of getting the word across is the best.

Sometimes the simplest way of getting the word across is the best.

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14th April 2013

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dezzoi:

Mustang Appreciation

Mustangs… I’ve been seeing or at least noticing them around more. I want one. For now I’m just going to have to look up different car shows to go to that are around this area.

4th April 2013

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borgevino:

i had the sudden and shocking realization this morning that some people have never heard the ‘oh where is my hairbrush’ song and don’t automatically sing it in their heads when they’re looking for something

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whY IS THERE A CUCUMBER IN A SHOWER

Because he took a shower and now needs to find his hairbrush.

Obviously.

This song. Oh god.

THIS!! First off, I sometimes sing part of this song while trying to find something. Secondly, thinking really deep right now about this… aren’t we all kind of like him trying to find that one thing that we really think that we need but truly could live without. A pickle does not need a hairbrush, do we really need that thing that we lost? Finally, I would like to say if you don’t need something give it away to someone that needs it or can use it in some way. Just have been thinking about a minimalistic life style and decreasing the amount of random/obscure things that I have with me. Like “why do I need touchable bubbles?” (…well maybe I actually do need that one) and “why do I have old pairs of eye glasses?” I don’t know. Yeah this is really deep for a little something but I needed words to explain my thoughts. =)

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16th March 2013

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Bit of Change

This blog originally started out when I needed a way to “escape” and “verbalize/show” what was going on and what I was thinking and it was through pictures and words. It has since then accomplished it’s mission. Due to this fact I am making some changes to the way I am running this blog. It is still going to be personal in nature, have some of the randomness…

However

I’m only going flat out reblog interesting articles and videos to educate the public on different subjects of my interest, occasional comments may be made. I am going to start making comments on all of the pictures I post, which their may be a decrease in. I am also going to start doing some free time writing, and some when I am stressed/need to get something out, be it joy or sorrow.

Why

I am changing the way I have been doing things because it is no longer the way I feel I can express myself. It’s a bit of a challenge for me to do it this way and I want to see how it goes. I don’t know why completely but yeah…

I hope you enjoy the new way I am going to be doing this. If you do not, I apologize.

14th March 2013

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^This and the song the lyrics come with. It’s adorable.

^This and the song the lyrics come with. It’s adorable.

Tagged: ed sheeran wake me up

5th March 2013

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gjmueller:

Why children learn faster with only a few books: Repeatedly reading the same book to toddlers helps them learn new words

‘In the original study, we found that children who hear the same stories again and again learn words better than the kids who get the different stories,’ she told the Independent on Sunday.‘In the follow-up study I looked at how this worked over time. We have seen the same effect - that kids actually learn better when the information that they are not even trying to learn is repeated.’ Dr Horst’s research is expected to appear in the journal Frontiers of Developmental Psychology later this year.

photo via flickr:CC | hcplebranch

gjmueller:

Why children learn faster with only a few books: Repeatedly reading the same book to toddlers helps them learn new words

‘In the original study, we found that children who hear the same stories again and again learn words better than the kids who get the different stories,’ she told the Independent on Sunday.

‘In the follow-up study I looked at how this worked over time. We have seen the same effect - that kids actually learn better when the information that they are not even trying to learn is repeated.’ Dr Horst’s research is expected to appear in the journal Frontiers of Developmental Psychology later this year.

photo via flickr:CC | hcplebranch

26th February 2013

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Heavy lifting?

What would you call heavy lifting? 45 pounds? 50 pounds? 75 pounds?

I am looking apply to a position nearby and was trying to figure this all out. I don’t want to end up too muscular from my job and my mom will worry.

While I know I can lift/carry the large dog food bags, sleeper sofas with a partner, and my little (but not little as in really young) sisters if we are talking deadweight/barrel types that messes the center of gravity and heaving abilities I know I can not do it at my current state.


Think I should apply? This would open up some positions that in the male-dominated section of the field and make more entry-level positions available.

23rd January 2013

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m0llyh8su:

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andysambergsbitch:

explaining autism

Holy fuck Arthur was on some next level shit

Oh my god

And that’s why I still love the show Arthur, it still tries to help kids understand each other and the world around them in an interesting way.

9th January 2013

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jtotheizzoe:

Overly Honest Methods: Uncovering the hilarious truth behind how science actually gets done


Earlier this week, in a fit of comedic inspiration, a postdoc named Leigh tweeted a funny lab confession and included the hashtag #overlyhonestmethods. By the end of the day, dozens of scientists had joined in, and the result is nothing short of hilarious.

Science is an incredibly painstaking and difficult process, and in addition to being quite funny, these tweets pull back the curtain on just how human a process research really is. Some of them had me raising my eyebrows right after I finished giggling, because please tell me you didn’t actually do that. Others had me nodding sagely in agreement, because sometimes you drop a tube or run out of a chemical and the world has to keep on turning, man.

Check out this collection of 75 of the best, and Robert Gonzalez has picked quite a few gems at io9. What are your favorites? Got any confessions?