I wanted to be Agent 99. I even had one of the books based on the show.
The first time I ever had one of these was on a cruise, and I've wanted one everyday since.
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
I wanted to be in a punk band before I had even heard any punk music. -Kurt Cobain
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.
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
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 ...
90210- I use to Absolutley love this show, even had the Brenda and Brandon Barbie Doll!
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).
"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
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 didn't always know what I wanted to do, but I knew the kind of woman I wanted to be."
I wish I had the guts to try this one! (I've actually wanted to try this since high school.)
"Even if I had to paint my pictures with my wet tongue on the dusty floor of my cell." -Picasso
My husband & I worked together making this potting bench ~ he had only a plan in his head & we put the plan to work! I wanted to wait until I had it all cutesy & finished to show you but I'm so proud of it! I will show it to you again when it's done.
There is an AMAZING link up going on at my blog today! K-12 math activities organized by grade strands! Tons of people have already linked up and I expect to have even more as the week goes on! We had over 200 activities last time and I'm sure this one will be even bigger! Check it out, and make sure to keep checking back! Link in the first comment! Oh! and share with your friends and on your social networks!! :D
OMG a bag designed by Da Vinci???? So very awesome...I want to be one of the 99 people getting one of these :)
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Clark Gregg as Agent Phil Coulson - Team Leader - ''The last time I looked from this guy's eyes they were going dark fast. And now he's walking around with the story of this close call that he had and recovering from that. I don't know how you can go through what Phil Coulson went through — and he doesn't even know how near-death or full death that is — without being changed somehow. That's not something that's going to be ignored.''