What a wonderful quote. Reminds me of some old folks I know...
Yellow Umbrella Watercolor. This reminds me of some of my friends. I don't know why
Reminds me of some of mischa. Haircuts and some I have had myself!!!
CHRONICLES OF FIBROMYALGIA: She Doesn't Do Anything To Make Herself Better - "From the folks who think they know what Fibromyalgia is because they know someone who has it, or they read some crap online. Nine times out of ten when I ask how that person functions I am told, 'Well, not too well. But she doesn't really do anything to make herself better.' Which royally pisses me off..."
This quote was on my Grandfathers memory card from his funeral. I love to read this time to time to reground myself, reminds me of what a wonderful man he was, he lived by this quote, and was right ATTITUDE is everything!! Thought I would pass the knowledge along as he did!! Will miss you always Papa!! quotes-and-inspiration
I love this quote. This reminds me of something Jace would say to Clary.
This piece for some reason reminds me of an old romance movie, I love the vibrancy of the red and the flow of colors it creates some type of emotion that... I cant explain
DIY Instax Wallpaper - I like this, it reminds me of the wall covered in Reader's Digest back covers @ my folks' house!
live where you live
For some reason, this house reminds me of The Exorcist. I think due to the stairs.
reminds me of an old apartment i lived in...love the cat in the basket
Well, I know the game some, but <3 love me some football
love this poster/quote about friendship- reminds me of Lindsay and I, sharing our old lady middle names...."1....2....3...GO!" "Jean!" "Joan!" Hahahaha bff/prinsessas xoxoxoxo
Got some old wood pallets laying around and don't know what to do with them? Make them into something wonderful! DIY wood pallet end tables!
WES BRADY, 88, WAS BORN A SLAVE. "I wore myself out right in this county and now I'm too old to work. These folks I lives with takes good care of me and the gov'ment gives me $11.00 a month what I is proud to git." (Texas Slave Narratives 1936-1938)