I’d like to start by saying that I am 21 years old. I have never given birth, though many women my age have. But I do have a child. I adopted one. Four, actually. And they are all my children.
What do wealthy people actually stress about? They seem to have everything, so why should they stress?
It’s important to remember not to view the wealthy, whether it’s the 1% or just someone who has more than you, as other. They are not other. They are still people, just like you and me, with feelings, and ambitions. Even though many people find it hard to relate to them, they are still people, just like us.
I’d like to think about the phrase The broken clock is right twice a day. We all know that the hands of a broken clock stay just where they were when the battery died, or whatever happened that caused it to stop working. But at that time, every day, the clock is right again. Does it stop being broken for that minute?
I don’t have much to say about this week’s photo. This little girl is the icing on my cake. She’s my cherry on top. And unsurprisingly, she’s climbed into my lap as I’ve typed these few sentences.
The Westboro Baptist Church has taken over the American government. We now live in a country run by extremists claiming to represent Christianity. They have announced that all military personnel, lgbt community members, or a believer in any other religious system, your home will be burnt down, and your entire family will be murdered while you watch.
Lots of people speak English everyday, but most people don’t actually know what they’re saying. Mostly, they’re just mimicking what they heard someone else say. Here are some commonly mis-heard words and phrases that aren’t actually what you think they are!
Daily blogging is nice in theory. But it’s hard.
I’ve always watched YouTubers daily vlog, and one thing that I’ve noticed is that some days, their videos are short because they didn’t do anything that day. Or maybe they didn’t do anything worth sharing. Some days they just don’t have the energy to film and edit videos. And that all definitely transfers to blogging.
I was recently directed to a tumblr page, and only warned that the person directing me to the page found it offensive. I didn’t know what to expect, but I figured I’d give it a look. I’m not going to direct you to the page mostly because I don’t want to supply any more traffic to the site. But also, the creator of the page has been getting a lot of rude and violent messages and I don’t want to risk any more mean message being sent.
When we think of Chameleons, obviously, we all think of the lizard who can change color to blend in with their environment. Not surprisingly, the only other definition refers to people who change their opinions to suit those around them.
So, for this challenge, which I haven’t participated in for a while, I have this photo of a tiny fluff ball blending in to it’s environment.
In this photo you can see all of the details in this little guy’s eyes. You can see all of the hairs on his (or her) body, and some of the hairs on the legs. You can also see the detailed pattern on it’s wings.
It’s not often we get close to a critter like this. A picture is always helpful to exploring the details.