Amish parking lot
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Amish parking - there is no link to say whats going on but this is across from Lehman's store in Ohio
beau parking !!!
Amish buggy sale • For a list of Lancaster County PA auctioneers visit http://www.thelancasterlist.com/auctioneers
Bruneau Jasper - One of our very favorite types of jaspers!!
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10-5-2014 Bruneau Jasper - One of our very favorite types of jasper stones!! Next to my Brother :p
Shaman Stones are helpful in overcoming the fear of death and the fear of pain, freeing one to pursue one's path without limitation. They are stones of the ascetic, helping one learn to overcome physical discomfort in the search for spiritual enlightenment. Some uses of the Shaman Stone are: Helps in meditation Helps unblock psychic visions Relieves physical discomfort They are excellent tools in Shamanic journeys
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Shaman Stone - moqui ball - vibrational healing
Moqui balls (iron concretions) - Spencer Flats near the Escalante River
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Moqui balls (iron concretions) - Spencer Flats near the Escalante River in Utah
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Homemade Gingerbread Sugar Scrub with printable gift tags. Perfect for the holidays. #DIY #Christmas Ingredients: 1 Cup Brown Sugar 1 Cup Granulated Sugar 2 tsp Cinnamon 2 tsp Ginger 2 tsp Nutmeg 1 Cup Oil (Coconut, Olive, Sweet Almond, Grape seed work best)
He said he was leaving. She ignored him. Story of a woman who chose a different way to deal with the statment "I don't love you anymore".
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The last word: He said he was leaving. She ignored him. THE WEEK STAFF | AUGUST 13, 2009 Let’s say you have what you believe to be a healthy marriage. You’re still friends and lovers after spending more than half of your lives together. The dreams you set out to achieve in your 20s—gazing into each other’s eyes in candlelit city bistros, when you were single and skinny—have for the most part come true. Two decades later you have the 20 acres of land, the farmhouse, the children, the dogs and horses. You’re the parents you said you would be, full of love and guidance. You’ve done it all: Disneyland, camping, Hawaii, Mexico, city living, stargazing. Sure, you have your marital issues, but on the whole you feel so self-satisfied about how things have worked out that you would never, in your wildest nightmares, think you would hear these words from your husband one fine summer day: “I don’t love you anymore. I’m not sure I ever did. I’m moving out. The kids will understand. They’ll want me to be happy.” But wait. This isn’t the divorce story you think it is. Neither is it a begging-him-to-stay story. It’s a story about hearing your husband say, “I don’t love you anymore” and deciding not to believe him. And what can happen as a result. Here’s a visual: Child throws a temper tantrum. Tries to hit his mother. But the mother doesn’t hit back, lecture or punish. Instead, she ducks. Then she tries to go about her business as if the tantrum isn’t happening. She doesn’t “reward” the tantrum. She simply doesn’t take the tantrum personally because, after all, it’s not about her. Let me be clear: I’m not saying my husband was throwing a child’s tantrum. No. He was in the grip of something else—a profound and far more troubling meltdown that comes not in childhood but in midlife, when we perceive that our personal trajectory is no longer arcing reliably upward as it once did. But I decided to respond the same way I’d responded to my children’s tantrums. And I kept responding to it that way. For four months. “I don’t love you anymore. I’m not sure I ever did.” His words came at me like a speeding fist, like a sucker punch, yet somehow in that moment I was able to duck. And once I recovered and composed myself, I managed to say, “I don’t buy it.” Because I didn’t. He drew back in surprise. Apparently he’d expected me to burst into tears, to rage at him, to threaten him with a custody battle. Or beg him to change his mind. So he turned mean. “I don’t like what you’ve become.” Gut-wrenching pause. How could he say such a thing? That’s when I really wanted to fight. To rage. To cry. But I didn’t. Instead, a shroud of calm enveloped me, and I repeated those words: “I don’t buy it.” You see, I’d recently committed to a non-negotiable understanding with myself. I’d committed to “the End of Suffering.” I’d finally managed to exile the voices in my head that told me my personal happiness was only as good as my outward success, rooted in things that were often outside my control. I’d seen the insanity of that equation and decided to take responsibility for my own happiness. And I mean all of it. My husband hadn’t yet come to this understanding with himself. He had enjoyed many years of hard work, and its rewards had supported our family of four all along. But his new endeavor hadn’t been going so well, and his ability to be the breadwinner was in rapid decline. He’d been miserable about this, felt useless, was losing himself emotionally and letting himself go physically. And now he wanted out of our marriage; to be done with our family. But I wasn’t buying it. I said: “It’s not age-appropriate to expect children to be concerned with their parents’ happiness. Not unless you want to create co-dependents who’ll spend their lives in bad relationships and therapy. There are times in every relationship when the parties involved need a break. What can we do to give you the distance you need, without hurting the family?” “Huh?” he said. “Go trekking in Nepal. Build a yurt in the back meadow. Turn the garage studio into a man-cave. Get that drum set you’ve always wanted. Anything but hurting the children and me with a reckless move like the one you’re talking about.” Then I repeated my line, “What can we do to give you the distance you need, without hurting the family?” “Huh?” “How can we have a responsible distance?” “I don’t want distance,” he said. “I want to move out.” My mind raced. Was it another woman? Drugs? Unconscionable secrets? But I stopped myself. I would not suffer. Instead, I went to my desk, Googled “responsible separation,” and came up with a list. It included things like: Who’s allowed to use what credit cards? Who are the children allowed to see you with in town? Who’s allowed keys to what? I looked through the list and passed it on to him. His response: “Keys? We don’t even have keys to our house.” I remained stoic. I could see pain in his eyes. Pain I recognized. “Oh, I see what you’re doing,” he said. “You’re going to make me go into therapy. You’re not going to let me move out. You’re going to use the kids against me.” “I never said that. I just asked: What can we do to give you the distance you need ... ” “Stop saying that!” Well, he didn’t move out. Instead, he spent the summer being unreliable. He stopped coming home at his usual 6 o’clock. He would stay out late and not call. He blew off our entire Fourth of July—the parade, the barbecue, the fireworks —to go to someone else’s party. When he was at home, he was distant. He wouldn’t look me in the eye. He didn’t even wish me “Happy Birthday.” But I didn’t play into it. I walked my line. I told the kids: “Daddy’s having a hard time, as adults often do. But we’re a family, no matter what.” I was not going to suffer. And neither were they. My trusted friends were irate on my behalf. “How can you just stand by and accept this behavior? Kick him out! Get a lawyer!” I walked my line with them, too. This man was hurting, yet his problem wasn’t mine to solve. In fact, I needed to get out of his way so he could solve it. I know what you’re thinking: I’m a pushover. I’m weak and scared and would put up with anything to keep the family together. I’m probably one of those women who would endure physical abuse. But I can assure you, I’m not. I load 1,500-pound horses into trailers and gallop through the high country of Montana all summer. I went through Pitocin-induced natural childbirth. And a Caesarean section without follow-up drugs. I am handy with a chain saw. I simply had come to understand that I was not at the root of my husband’s problem. He was. If he could turn his problem into a marital fight, he could make it about us. I needed to get out of the way so that wouldn’t happen. Privately, I decided to give him time. Six months. I had good days and I had bad days. On the good days, I took the high road. I ignored his lashing out, his merciless jabs. On bad days, I would fester in the August sun while the kids ran through sprinklers, raging at him in my mind. But I never wavered. Although it may sound ridiculous to say, “Don’t take it personally” when your husband tells you he no longer loves you, sometimes that’s exactly what you have to do. Instead of issuing ultimatums, yelling, crying, or begging, I presented him with options. I created a summer of fun for our family and welcomed him to share in it, or not—it was up to him. If he chose not to come along, we would miss him, but we would be just fine, thank you very much. And we were. And, yeah, you can bet I wanted to sit him down and persuade him to stay. To love me. To fight for what we’ve created. You can bet I wanted to. But I didn’t. I barbecued. Made lemonade. Set the table for four. Loved him from afar. And one day, there he was, home from work early, mowing the lawn. A man doesn’t mow his lawn if he’s going to leave it. Not this man. Then he fixed a door that had been broken for eight years. He made a comment about our front porch needing paint. Our front porch. He mentioned needing wood for next winter. The future. Little by little, he started talking about the future. It was Thanksgiving dinner that sealed it. My husband bowed his head humbly and said, “I’m thankful for my family.” He was back. And I saw what had been missing: pride. He’d lost pride in himself. Maybe that’s what happens when our egos take a hit in midlife and we realize we’re not as young and golden anymore. When life’s knocked us around. And our childhood myths reveal themselves to be just that. The truth feels like the biggest sucker-punch of them all: It’s not a spouse, or land, or a job, or money that brings us happiness. Those achievements, those relationships, can enhance our happiness, yes, but happiness has to start from within. Relying on any other equation can be lethal. My husband had become lost in the myth. But he found his way out. We’ve since had the hard conversations. In fact, he encouraged me to write about our ordeal. To help other couples who arrive at this juncture in life. People who feel scared and stuck. Who believe their temporary feelings are permanent. Who see an easy out and think they can escape. My husband tried to strike a deal. Blame me for his pain. Unload his feelings of personal disgrace onto me. But I ducked. And I waited. And it worked. This essay originally appeared in The New York Times.
Very interesting article on what happened when a husband said he was leaving and his wife ignored him. Thought provoking.
The last word: He said he was leaving. She ignored him. And loved him from afar. // Beautiful story on what being a powerful, loving human looks like. #divorce #marriage
He said he was leaving. She ignored him: A story of a husband's midlife crisis and a wife's approach to dealing with it.
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Asperatus Clouds. A new type of cloud recently discovered by scientists. This one spotted over the South Island in New Zealand. Amazing Things. Repin or share and don't forget to listen to Noelito Flow Music. Thank You
These storm clouds don't currently have a name, but meteorologists hope to change that. These clouds, whipped into fantastical shapes, hang over the darkening landscape like the harbingers of a mighty storm. Experts at the Royal Meteorological Society are now attempting to make it official by naming it 'Asperatus' after the Latin word for 'rough'. If they are successful, it would be the first variety of cloud formation to be given a new label in over half a century.
The clouds loom over the skies of New Zealand - but unfortunately words can't describe this dramatic vision from the heavens - Some experts believe the stormy weather phenomenon deserves its very own classification. Experts at the Royal Meteorological Society are now attempting to make it official by naming it 'Asperatus' after the Latin word for 'rough'. If they are successful, it would be the first variety of cloud formation to be given a new label in over half a century.
Because Mother nature rules the sky
Australian photographer Ken Prior snapped the nearly visible brushstrokes in the above sky over Scotland. The photo is the result of a mysterious, as yet unclassified cloud type that's been showing up all over the United Kingdom and New Zealand, and wherever else Prior happens to have his camera pointed at the sky. Meteorologists are calling them asperatus clouds, while people who aren't insecure about being confused with the weatherman are using the more straightforward Jacques Cousteau clouds.
Asperatus Clouds #photography
foal playing with mare's tail
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like my new hair? peek a boo
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I feel like we could recreate a version of this picture where I put your pony tail over my fayce. Caption "peek a boo."
Isn't my moms hair lovely?
Baby playing peekaboo.
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99 Life Hacks That Could Make Your Life Easier
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Road trip tip: left exits will have the exit sign on the left part of the sign. ~ helpful hints for travel
99 Life Hacks That Could Make Your Life Easier- Driving tip... I didn't know that!
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Life Hacks! Helpful hints to simplify life!
Travel Tip - exit signs
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Tells you which side of the road the exit is on.
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i want one! Full grown golden cocker retriever. They stay puppies forever! please
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We need a guard dog for our business! Since it will be small...will this forever puppy do? Please? Full grown golden cocker retriever. They stay puppies forever!!!! Title: F1 Petite Golden Retriever, toy Description: The smallest Petite Golden we can make while keeping a Golden Retriever look. Rigo's mom is an F1B GoldenDoodle and dad is an F1B Petite Golden Retriever. He is: 25% Golden Retriever, 44% Poodle, 31% Cocker Spaniel Projected weight; 20 lbs I NEED THIS SO BAD.
OMMMMGGGG.....golden cockerretriever (full grown); a puppy that looks like a puppy forever!
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shabby chic rustic French country bird
hen and baby chicks
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❧ animals of our forests, gardens, and fields ❧
peek a boo
Yoga sequence for tension headaches. These poses help with blood flow to the neck & scalp for natural relief. - definitely can use this!
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yoga sequence for tension headaches. I have chronic tension headaches and get rebound headaches after too many painkillers. these poses help with blood flow to the neck & scalp for natural relief
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Yoga Sequence to Relieve Tension Headaches... could go for this right about now
excuse me...I seem to have a frog in my throat
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I've got a frog in my throat... This burrowing owl was left with a huge pair of frog's legs dangling from its mouth when it tried to eat breakfast in one go. The bird struggled to gulp down its prey as it stood in a grassy field. Photographer Michael Cenci took this photo while on holiday near Cape Coral, Florida, US. He was delighted with the picture, which he calls "Frogleg Moustache" because the legs look like a handlebar 'tache.
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Is it a mustache or is it lunch? You be the judge
They toil not indeed, nor indeed do they spin. Yet they never are idle when once they begin. But are very intent on increasing their store. And always keep shuffling & cutting for more, 1807
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They toil not indeed, nor indeed do they spin. | Yet they never are idle when once they begin. | But are very intent on increasing their store. | And always keep shuffling & cutting for more. (1807) Digital ID: ps_cps_cd4_051
Several dozen images, including book illustrations and print series, reflecting literary and cultural history and the role of women during the late 18th and early 19th centuries
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Before Victoria: Extraordinary Women of the British Romantic Era; A Selection of Images
62 Things to Say to Make Your Husband Feel Great
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62 Things to Say to Make Your Husband Feel Great. Love these! Perfect for my hubby who needs "words of affection" for his love language!
Yay! Free printable maps!
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Free, printable sheets of vintage maps, Valentine's Day cards, flowers, etc. LOVE PRINTABLE MAPS!
•❈• Free, printable sheets of vintage maps. Great for use as DIY wall art. Endless possibilities.
Free, printable sheets of vintage maps - I love antique maps
Free printable sheets of vintage maps - oh how I adore old maps!
Free printable map collage sheet
The Shelf Life of Food
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Keep wasps and bees away this summer. Put about 10 cloves in 1/2 a lemon and set out. They do not like the scent.
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If this works, it may be the most awesome thing ever....Keep wasps and bees away this summer. Put about 10 cloves in 1/2 a lemon and set out. They do not like the scent. For Outdoor gatherings.
Keep wasps and bees away this summer. Put about 10 cloves in 1/2 a lemon and set out. They do not like the scent. For Outdoor gatherings. || Another pinner wrote: another trick, doesn't drive them away...but attracts and kills them: a small dish with water, a healthy dash of any soda, and little bit of dish soap. Proven over 15 years of running swimming pools :)
Don't know if it works but I'll try it.....Keep wasps and bees away this summer. Put about 10 cloves in 1/2 a lemon and set out. They do not like the scent. Great idea for outdoor gatherings.
Free factory tours listed by state - breweries, candy factories, toys and more!
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Free factory tours listed by state - breweries, candy factories, toys and more! Great idea for family trips!
Free factory tours listed by state - breweries, candy factories, toys and more! Good field trip ideas.
Free factory tours listed by state - breweries, candy factories, toys and more! | Factory Tours USA
Free factory tours listed by state - breweries, candy factories, toys and more! ROAD TRIP
I love this dad's creativity and the fact that his wife is in the military. Imagine being deployed and getting some of these pictures. Instant joy!
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@Courtney Santos these would be fun to take with the kids and dad ahhah
daddy daughter photoshoot! My husband will be the absolute coolest dad!! He's already a super cool uncle!!
Father Daughter photo shoot
Daddy-daughter photo shoots I saw this man on the today show he is truly a funny dad.
Cute daddy daughter photo shoot
daddy daughter funny pics
6 Ways to Build Up Our Husbands-- Every girl needs to read this. It can be a useful in dealing with everyone, not just your husband. A great marriage/household management blog.
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Marriage, married life, couples, spouse, love: 6 Ways to Build Up Our Husbands-- Every girl needs to read this. It can be a useful in dealing with everyone, not just your husband. A great marriage/household management blog.
6 Ways to Build Up Our Husbands-- Every girl needs to read this. It can be a useful in dealing with everyone, not just your husband. Here are six ways we can start building up our husbands today: 1 Listen to what he has to say so that you will recognize what's on his heart. 2 Make an effort to be as cheerful as you were when you were engaged to be married. 3 Ignore his faults and focus on his strong points by taking note of them. 4 Compliment him for the way that he looks and the good things that he does like working hard for the family. 5 See him for who he is, not who you want him to be. 6 Be slow to anger. Relay your frustration with love, respect, and a cool head. You are loved by an almighty God,
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6 Ways to Build Up Our Husbands -- Every girl needs to read this. It can be a useful in dealing with everyone, not just your husband. LOVE THIS!!!
6 Ways to Build Up Our Husbands Best blog I've ever read!! Time warp wife. So awesome.
Chin Workout--sounds silly but it works your facial muscles and gets rid of that double chin and le jowls!
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FOUR CHIN WORKOUT ROUTINES : many individuals exercise every day but forget one important body area -- the face and neck. Exercising your chin tones the muscles of your lower face, your jawline and your neck for a more youthful appearance. Exercise the muscles of your lower face and chin on a daily basis and you may benefit from the natural facelift results that you could begin to see in a matter of weeks.; bye bye double chin!
Chin Workout.. Sounds silly but it works your facial muscles and gets rid of that double chin and le jowls!
FITNESS FOR THE FACE Chin Workout--sounds silly but it works your facial muscles and gets rid of that double chin and le jowls! I think the fact that its early made me read/try these. It actually feels like you are exercising your chin/neck. You might look a little funny doing it so best to do by yourself.
baby hedgehog Could this be any cuter !