WWII - "Maybe you’re afraid because you know that you aren’t stable without him, that you need him, because without him the ground is too shaky to walk on. And it’s scary to need someone to hold you—and sometimes carry you—across that trembling surface."
This is cute! When we're old we're going to be that couple that others look at and say they wish they had that... when we're old i want us to go up to random young couples and just start talking to them and share with them ways to make love last
I think this is the most touching and beautiful photograph I have seen in a long time.....God bless this lady and all animal saviours everywhere ♥(comment from previous pinner, but I agree, when I see it, my breath catches and tears come to my eyes)
this is something I have experienced first hand. Having a loved one at war is one of the most difficult things anyone can go through. There is nothing better than that, "I'm coming home alive" phone call. Thank you, soldiers, for all that you do!!
There's nothing like getting up before dawn to milk the cows. :) In LIFE magazine’s Nat Farbman photographed Fresno dairy farmer Arch Badertscher milking his cows alongside his barn cats Blackie and Brownie. | Community Post: You Can Milk A Cow Into A Cat
I found this on Pinterest aren't these two adorable! These two are Marin and Doran Gick and they are my great niece and great nephew! They belong to my niece Joanna and her husband Dave. My sister Kathy Smith is their grandmother - Geri Smith Dominiak