laughing-treees:

wehaveamap:

Hall of Mosses, Olympic National Park, Washington
wehaveamap


holy moss yes

laughing-treees:

wehaveamap:

Hall of Mosses, Olympic National Park, Washington

wehaveamap

holy moss yes

lacigreen:

Hi Sam!

Thanks for taking the time to read this letter. As fellow YouTubers, we have much respect for others who put so much hard work into building their channel. It’s not easy, and you should be proud! That said, we’ve noticed that in your success, there has been a lack of…

mytravelingmama:

I love her so

myheartheartsbooks:

Hardcovers for aesthetics.
Paperbacks to read.
Ebooks to travel.

beautifully-unbroken:

This.

themidwifeisin:

Buy these posters and find more from the amazing Repeal Hyde Art Project!

They are so amazing and speak so many truths - when I have my own clinic I’m going to put all of them up on the walls.  So beautiful!

spfydalekbakes:

Ray Rice Inspired Makeup Tutorial

micdotcom:

A Canadian mom mocked for her post-baby bikini body just inspired millions

Tanis Jex-Blake, a 33-year-old mother of five from Edmonton, Alberta, learned this firsthand when she hit the beach in a hot pink bikini last week. According to Jex-Blake, a group of other beach-goers were so “grossed out” by her post-baby tummy that they pointed and laughed, at one point even pretending to kick her.

Their actions were insensitive, to say the least. To make matters even more upsetting, this was reportedly the first time Jex-Blake had donned a bikini in public in 13 years.

Not content to let the incident slide, Jex-Blake wrote an impassioned open letter to the trio on Facebook, posted along with a picture of her stomach. The post clearly struck a nerve: After being picked up by a local radio station, the photo has gained over 1 million likes (and rising) in a matter of days. 

But the story gets even better Follow micdotcom 

You are beautiful. Own it. Walk like your hips move mountains.
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