If there was a more beautiful engine than the 1703, I'm not sure what it was. Among the saddest words in the English language are "scrapped
birch seems more elegant than willow, but not sure it fits entirely with the feel of what I'm going for. Either way, still a beautiful arrangement =)
Wrightsville Beach, NC I'm not sure if there's anyone who loves it more than me.... *sigh*
Places I've seen
"If we was descended from wolves, then why is there still wolves?" (awww, I'm sure he's really more intelligent than a lot of creationists)
The boy saw the comet and he felt as though his life had meaning. It was more than just a comet because of what it brought to his life: direction, beauty, meaning. There are many who couldn't understand, and sometimes he walked among them. But even in his darkest hours, he knew in his heart that someday it would return to him, and his world would be whole again. And his belief in God and love and art would be re-awakened in his heart.
There are no words in the English language to accurately describe how much I love this.
Tomato Pie - Tomatoes, fresh from the vine, are one of summer’s greatest gifts. There’s so many ways to use them, but few are simpler or more delicious than a tomato pie. When I first heard the term “tomato pie” – I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Was it sweet? It was after all pie, right? But, after one bite I was hooked.
Arti's Mums Everyday Red Lentils from FoodNetwork.com - Shawn's notes only made this once but it was good. Note if you live in a bigger city go to a big indian store to buy your lentlis they are fresher there and you can get a big bag for cheaper than in the grocery store. I normally use green lentils not red
We know only too well that what we are doing is nothing more than a drop in the Ocean, but if the drop were not there. The ocean would be
More Than Words - Extreme, I'm not completely sure if this is qualified as a one hit wonder, but I guess I don't really care.
i'm still not sure what Rob was trying to do on the set of RM in these pics. lol
“There is a language older by far and deeper than words. It is the language of bodies, of body on body, wind on snow, rain on trees, wave on stone. It is the language of dream, gesture, symbol, memory. We have forgotten this language. We do not even remember that it exists.” ~ A Language Older Than Words, Derrick Jensen
Beware images are disturbing : In 2003, 84-year old Herta Bothe (brutal guard at Bergen-Belsen, who was released from imprisonment in 1951 as an act of leniency by the British government) was interviewed under her married name, Lange. Replying to one question, she said: "What do you mean, ". . . made a mistake?" No, I'm not quite sure I should answer that. Did I make a mistake? No. The mistake was that it was a concentration camp, but I had to go to it, otherwise I would have been put into it...
My French is basically self-taught, but I'm pretty sure this is 'The Third Man' and I just finished reading it in English. One case where the book is just as fabulous as the movie. Joseph Cotten said this, among many other things, of his acting career: 'Orson Welles thought Citizen Kane was his finest picture, Sir Carol Reed considered The Third Man to be his best and Alfred Hitchcock's favorite accomplishment was Shadow of A Doubt. I was in all three.'
For me, there may not be a more beautiful car in the world than this 1967 corvette stingray roadster
The Perfect Home
Southern Fruit Tea -- What if your guests want something other than a coke? Mom always made sure there was something in the fridge like fresh fruit tea to offer guests who popped in.
Madeline. 2006 model Belgian cross molly. Madeline is a 15.3hh, stout girl. She has a beautiful gait and the weight to work cattle. "Maddie" is very people oriented, adores the baby mules and Jackstock and has provided us with babysitting duites on more than one occasion. If there was ever a mule that needed to be a Mama, it is Maddie, although that is obviously not in her future! Courtesy: Lake Nowhere Mule and Donkey Farm. Martin, TN (USA).
Neil Gaiman on love... Poweful words. BUT I'd give Love a second chance. Sure, even if I'm left with another broken heart. Because Love, it's such a beautiful thing, & if you get the chance to experience it, if even for a fleeing second consider yourself lucky, oh Love there's nothing out there quite like it...this is my perspective.
I'm not sure how I feel about the full T-shirt sleeve on the one side. But maybe if it was a tanktop sleeve?
Netherlands liberation, 1945 - A soldier shares his food with two Dutch kids. An earlier pinner said that this soldier was likely Canadian, but while I would like to think so, I'm not 100% sure if that's the case. It can be difficult to tell the difference between Canadian and American soldiers in these photos - so what do you think?
Here’s another Koolhaas, the CCTV Building in Beijing. 2008. I’m pretty sure this is not how it actually looks at night, but it was the clearest picture I could find. What a gorgeous transformation of the basic skyscraper:’)
Recipes to Try
I'm not sure if this was intentional on her part, but it's interesting none the less.
SARAH YOUNG DEVOTIONAL (JESUS CALLING) - HOPE FOR WHAT YOU DO NOT SEE; EAGERLY wait for it with perseverance. Among the five senses, sight is often the one that people value the most. I created the world gloriously beautiful, and I want you to appreciate beauty when you see it. However, even more beneficial than sight is hope, which is itself a kind of vision. It enables you to see—through the eyes of your heart—things that are not yet. The most