reminds me of elementary school :)

25 Ways To Tell You’re A Kid Of The ‘90s

i was a pro. nbd.

Waterful Ring-Toss by Tomy. Anyone Remember This? I want this! I loved playing with this as a kid!

what i want to say to everyone that comes to our door!

Welcome Girl Scouts, go away Door to Door Salesman! "Unless your selling Thin Mints, NO SOLICITING". This would be great for thehome front door on a small sign above the doorbell or on the glass door of a business.

babys breath.fav.flower

Baby's Breath in wine bottles that have been painted white & rolled in Epson salt. Beautiful, easy and cheap wedding flower centerpiece idea! This links to lots of neat DIY winter wedding ideas.


Funny pictures about Typical college night. Oh, and cool pics about Typical college night. Also, Typical college night photos.

I do this all the time

Ummm yep, sometimes that is me at night. because there's TOTALLY a murderer lurking in the shower.


Love this unique grooms attire - pinstripe suit, bow tie, pink shirt and polka dot pocket square are such a great unconventional mix of colors and patterns


A little girl in bathing suit with her bike and her dog arrives at the beach only to find a sign that reads "No Dogs, No Bicycles, No Swimming"


There you are my love. There you are. I've been looking for you for 30 years, so you'll have to excuse me if I seem to be holding on to you tightly! (And I'm never letting go.) You are my life Natasha. I love you Rob, we are forever.

i hate musicals (except this lovely one)

'White Christmas' starring Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Danny Kaye and Vera Ellen. Most favorite Christmas Movie.

I am OBSESSED with brain studies... like this...    Why we like to share and talk about ourselves by Robert Lee Holtz, wsj: Harvard neuroscientists Diana Tamir and Jason Mitchell find that self disclosure triggers the same sensation of pleasure in the brain as food or money. (The aha of social media?)   #Science #Diana_Tamir #Jason_Mitchell #wsj #Robert_Lee_Hotz

Science Reveals Why We Brag So Much

Talking about ourselves—whether in personal conversation or through social media sites—triggers same sensation of pleasure in brain as food or money