Originally posted on Lines: First, relax! Whatever is personally happening in your life need not become a mushroom cloud. Sahara Desert, God’s Sandbox, 2010 My daughter, pictured above, spent a college semester in Rhennes, France and traveled as Europeans do. Towards the end of her travels, she skyped to invite me to come to Paris…
via friend or foe? — HIGHWAYPAYBLOG
Whether you like the one arm polite pat or the full bear hug, it’s your official day to hug it out! Today is National Hug Day, so get to hugging!
via National Hug Day 2017 — Orlando Espinosa
Your friendship is valued. Your friendship is worthy. Your heart is full of laughter and authenticity. Your friendship is dear. Your friendship is warm. Your heart is full of music, spiritually, and is genuine. Your friendship is inviting. Your friendship is kind. Your heart is full of sun, light, and sweetness.
via Your Friendship… — Inner Ramblings Boulevard:
flushed skin satiny sheen raised heartbeat trembling limbs nimble fingers I believe I’m just 7 breaths away from heaven *Fiery Verse Writing Prompt on Twitter: 7* Image Credit: jackskarma.deviantart.com
via Heaven — arwenaragornstar
dear you, this is a letter. remember these? i used to write them in college. my best friend lived in spain for two semesters. we wrote once a week. spilled all our guts. my mom lived a thousand miles away. she was always sending me care packages and handwritten notes. i’d send a few lines […]
via letter I — finding rachel’s way
Are you going? Blogging Event. All are welcome. The U.S. Blogging Event committee would like to thank those of you who voted for a location for this meeting of bloggers. If you are unaware, Chicago, Illinois was the city that was chosen to hold … Source: U.S. Blogging Event Details, Poll
via U.S. Blogging Event Details, Poll — A Thomas Point of View
“The most widely distributed vulture in the New World, the Turkey Vulture is a large, predominantly blackish-brown bird. It is most commonly seen soaring overhead. The Turkey Vulture has a 5- to 6-foot wingspan and soars with its wings tilted up, in a dihedral pattern. Turkey Vultures rock back and forth when soaring. The underwings […]
via Turkey Vulture — Photo Walking Through Life