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Grace Weaner riding Launer Hill tow at Brighton Ski Resort January 1940.

A Look Back: Brighton Ski Resort in the 1930.. | The Salt Lake Tribune

PLANK CHALLENGE- Looks easy, let's see how this works out

Life After I "Dew": February 2014


Post-Punk Icons Reimagined As Marvel Heroes

Grammar Police To Serve and Correct Gift for English by StarTee

Grammar Police - To Serve and Correct - Gift for English Teacher or Major - Funny Sarcastic College Humour Nerd Geek Tee Shirt Tshirt

flowers + love ~ a lifestyle & flower blog

"The Space Between the Hare and the Fox," is a watercolour painting (with gold leaf) by Jackie Morris.

Depression era: when they realized women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, the mills started using flowered fabric for their sacks. The label was designed to wash out.

Old Photos: Kansas Wheat | Kansas City With The Russian Accent

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other: 2015


The Virtual Typewriter

Winter Solstice Traditions: Rituals for a Simple Celebration

Winter Solstice Traditions: Rituals for a Simple Celebration

meaningful quote. this would make a cute quote tattoo


Quotes On Images » All Quotes On Images

You Are Oceanic by Tapiwa Mugabe from the book Zimbabwe

Daisy doodle

The advice of a Japanese organization expert boils down to two rules: Discard everything that does not “spark joy” and do not buy organizing equipment.

Home Organization Advice from Marie Kondo

frolicsome archival print by Swallowfield. ©Jennifer Judd McGee

Mary Oliver | New and Selected Poems | Wild Geese | "...let the soft animal of your body love what it loves..."

Sea Turtle - Paper Mosaic- Incorporate a mosaic look into sea turtle tattoo...

Sea Turtle - Paper Mosaic

Mermaid Cut Out Template | Add it to your favorites to revisit it later.

Learning to Measure Time in Love and Loss -

Log In - The New York Times

5 minute meditation that I can actually do

When Breath Meets Busy - Be More with Less