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I’m going to start referring to my dog by her first name, so it sounds like I hang out with actual people.

Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On (Dubstep)

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13 January 2013    Reblog    
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So I always forget to take pictures of the hair that I do.  I finally remembered thankfully because this wasn’t the typical “little off the sides and a tiny bit off the top” cut.  He started out with the same long length (about 6-7 inches) all around his head.  Turned into a messy almost pomp.

So I always forget to take pictures of the hair that I do.  I finally remembered thankfully because this wasn’t the typical “little off the sides and a tiny bit off the top” cut.  He started out with the same long length (about 6-7 inches) all around his head.  Turned into a messy almost pomp.

Vinegar Drink and Felicity

This is my first Saturday night off and I’m wrapped in a blanket, drinking an Apple Cider Vinegar drink that supposed to help me naturally get rid of this illness, all while watching Felicity.  Kind of enjoying it though…

Robyn + my hand during Hang With Me

Robyn + my hand during Hang With Me

Newest house and Sim… I’m sick, why not?

#Sims3  #Sims 3  #Sims  
Sassy & Furry

Sassy & Furry

USS Christmas Light Bulb Chicken Patty

USS Christmas Light Bulb Chicken Patty

discoverynews:

Creepy and beautiful in the same moment.

arpeggia:

Animals in the Womb

They may grow to be very different beasts, but these breathtaking images reveal how surprisingly similar the beginning of life can be for the animal kingdom. Captured using revolutionary four-dimensional imaging technology and anatomically accurate models, scientists have managed to shed light on the world of mammals inside the womb. As diverse a bunch as they are - elephant, dog, dolphin and penguin are all shown united by their similar stages of development.

Scientists captured the images for a National Geographic Documentary called ‘Animals in the Womb’. The images were also used on a Channel 4 documentary ‘Animals in the Womb’ which aired in 2009. They were created by using a combination of ultrasound scans, computer graphics and small cameras -as well as some carefully created models- to document the animals’ development from conception to birth, and give an unparalleled glimpse into a world that few of us would ever expect to see.

[via dailymail.co.uk]

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my queen

my queen

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