I wanted to be Agent 99. I even had one of the books based on the show.
One of the best horror films ever! I had to have a go at some nails based on John Carpenter
The first time I ever had one of these was on a cruise, and I've wanted one everyday since.
I wanted to be in a punk band before I had even heard any punk music. -Kurt Cobain
HOLY COW! Epic doesn't even begin to describe how awesome those games would be!...I might have just had one of the nerdiest nerd moments...ever
Even since a child i have wanted a chair like this of my own. My childhood friend had one, guess who sat in it the most.
I am a huge fan of the television show Top Chef. In one episode they had Martha Stewart on and the “quick fire” challenge was to make a holiday meal but the trick was it had to be entirely in one pot. The contestants could cook something and empty the contents and re-use the pot, but it had to all be cooked in one vessel. #lowcarb #dinner #onepot
Hidden Pantry Door: In my dream home, even the butler's pantry would be a place I would want to spend time in. This is one is sooo clever because no one needs to even know about it. But who would keep it a secret? Simply beautiful. The detail on the cabinets allow the beauty and the organization of the china to show.
Sonia ʚϊɞ Nesbitt
I had two longings and one was fighting the other. I wanted to be loved and I wanted to be alone. - I finally found someone who the only time in my life helped defeat the desire to be alone which was life changing. Then she made a choice that showed that I meant very little to her and now I think the desire to be loved is now forever deafeted and it has taken a huge toll on my soul.
One of the things the kids had to find on their scavenger hunt at the reception. I was a nanny when I met my husband so I wanted a very
Swatch watch. I wanted one bad, wasn't quite ole enough--of course the Sister had one
I swear this must be true. It seems that if I have wanted it, I have had to fight for it every step of the way.
I'm sorry, I had to. I don't hate the wanted or anything this one just had me laughing so hard.
Quotes and Words
Serious ink! 81-year-old Joy Tomkins wanted to make sure no one tried to bring her back from the dead, so she did what any normal grandmother of six would do: She had “Do Not Resuscitate” tattooed on her chest. “I do not want to be half dead, I want to be fully dead,” said Tomkins, who suffers from arthritis, Reynard’s disease, and diabetes. “I’m afraid the medical profession will, with the best of intentions, keep me alive when I don’t
Rings of Interest
The first time I tried this pose (keyword: tried) I was in yoga teacher training in Thailand. I remember we were doing a photoshoot because one of the other students had a fantastic camera and we wanted pictures for our websites. I began in pigeon pose, which is how you start, and then tried to lift the back leg and my knee wouldn't even come to 90 degrees. I'll have to find that picture and show you. Anyway, the beauty of this pose, for me, is what I've learned and how much my ...
I will have this tattoo one day. It is the Celtic Motherhood Knot with dots representing each child. I've always been torn on the commitment of a tattoo, but this in the ONE I've found that I could NEVER tire of and be proud to show off (even to mama and grandma).
90210- I use to Absolutley love this show, even had the Brenda and Brandon Barbie Doll!
"Even before I met you, I had an instinct about you. Once I saw you were a woman with profound static cling, I wanted to be that force
Diana, Princess of Wales, was in love and wanted to be with her boyfriend of two years, Pakistani heart surgeon, Dr. Hasnat Khan. She had even spoken of wanting to have a daughter with him. He didn't want to live with paparazzi the rest of his life so they split up in July 1997 one month before her fatal accident.
"I didn't always know what I wanted to do, but I knew the kind of woman I wanted to be."
This had to be one of the best episodes so far (on season 4 episode 19)
Native American comedian Charlie Hill says he's living the American dream. Actually, make that the "indigenous dream," which he prefers to call it. In many ways, Hill's comedy is about how native people weren't even allowed to have an American dream. Hill, from the Oneida tribe of Wisconsin, quips in one of his routines: "We used to be from New York. We had a little real estate problem." Hill made his TV debut on The Richard Pryor Show in the
I wish I had the guts to try this one! (I've actually wanted to try this since high school.)