Google Doodle celebrating 112th birthday of author Jorge Luis Borges: "I have always imagined Paradise as a kind of library."
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“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.”
Jorge Luis Borges
"I had always imagined paradise as a kind of library"
Jorge Luis Borges
A brick in the wall at Denver Public Library
Borges: I have always imagined that paradise will be a kind of library.
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Jorge Luis Borges (1899 - 1986) also worked as a librarian and public lecturer, and was appointed director of the National Public Library and professor of English Literature at the University of Buenos Aires.
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Barack and I are celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary today -- & we'll be spending it in a way I never could have imagined when we
All Things Fall
elmo birthday.....im DYING that I have to have an elmo birthday for boo.....and not in a good dying kind of way
Accent wall! I have always imagined doing an accent wall with this pattern in Adalyn's room since she was born, but of course pink instead of grey =]
My dream home...
Family birthday calendar. -I always have a hard time remembering every ones birthday. Awesome idea!
Fall in Love
Tinkerbell. i have always wanted a tinkerbell tattoo...but not the normal colored cartoon kind. this is perfect
I laughed way too hard at this. Sneezes have always made me laugh hard, even the printer toner kind
Gorgeous! I have always wanted a different kind of doorways throughout my house! This is beautiful! Unique
I have always wanted a library in my home. I think this dream spawned from the scene in Beauty and the Beast when the Beast gives Belle a
2nd in series, follows The Summer I turned pretty, not available at library, 3rd in series is We'll Always Have Summer out April 26, 2011
the bucket list
It Will Be Okay: Trusting God Through Fear and Change - Written by New York Times bestselling author Lysa TerKeurst, It Will Be Okay: Trusting God Through Fear and Change will help kids discover that in the end, it really will be okay because we have a God who is good and kind and always with us.
I've always been jealous, and as a child, I vowed to one day have a library so large I need a sliding ladder. (The comic book nerd in me also wants the ladder, but for cool stunt stuff)
Interiors and Inspiration
"One of the three tattoos that I have. I got this and one more on my 18th birthday in august. This is absolutely my favorite, i just love anchors and it remembers me to always hold on."
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This is one of my husband's favorite appetizers. I know the ingredients sound a bit weird, but trust me, they're good! You could always make your own meatballs, if you have that kind of time on yo...
In this glass floor ocean cottage in the Maldives. Have always wanted to go to the Maldive islands, and stay in one of the over the water bungalows for $300-$400 or per night.... wish I had that kind of money :)
“Happy 17th birthday to my bestest fwiend @kendalljenner!! I miss you soo much and I hope you have an amazing day celebrating!!! I can’t wait to see you in two weeks love love love youuu”
Made this for my grandpas birthday. We have so many people in our family so I thought this would be a useful/one of a kind gift that has everyone's birthdays listed:)
I hope our love is the kind that is quiet on the outside but loud on the inside...You are going to have to let me go on my own sometimes, but I will always come back LOVE LOVE LOVE this quote :) My letter to my future someone as well. Thank you.
"I hope our love is the kind that is quiet on the outside but loud on the inside...You are going to have to let me go on my own sometimes, but I will always come back" LOVE LOVE LOVE this quote :) My letter to my future someone as well.
BE KIND "I suppose the thing I most would have liked to have known or been reassured about is that in the world, what counts more than talent, what counts more than energy or concentration or commitment, or anything else - is kindness. And the more in the world that you encounter kindness and cheerfulness - which is its kind of amiable uncle or aunt - the better the world always is. And all the big words: virtue, justice, truth - are dwarfed by
I recently read where the name "Warlock" was given to those witches who gave up the names of witches during the "burning times" and the male witches who are aware of it have always hated when they are called Warlocks because of it... I'm reading so many books on Witchcraft right now that I can't remember which one it was in... but when I find it again, I'm going to pin it with the author and the title of the book... I'll find it... I'm relentless...