Sep 16, 2014
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She’s so cute and I’m so scary ❤️🙈 #beaut @cjdouglas90 #love

She’s so cute and I’m so scary ❤️🙈 #beaut @cjdouglas90 #love

Happy days with r courts @courtneywakes #keele #happy #bestie

Happy days with r courts @courtneywakes #keele #happy #bestie

Dis gal 👍 @unsociabletiger #love

Dis gal 👍 @unsociabletiger #love

My best friends ❤️ #best #bitches #love just missing @leahcgallagher ❤️❤️❤️❤️

My best friends ❤️ #best #bitches #love just missing @leahcgallagher ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Sep 15, 2014
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Sep 14, 2014
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My beautiful mother, windswept Queenie ❤️👸 #mum #smile #windswept #seaside

My beautiful mother, windswept Queenie ❤️👸 #mum #smile #windswept #seaside

#selfie #poser #sorrynotsorry

#selfie #poser #sorrynotsorry


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Actor Seth Rogen gives his opening statement before a Senate hearing on Alzheimer’s Research.


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HEAR SETH ROGEN TESTIFY BEFORE THE SENATE ABOUT ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCHby HelloGiggles Team http://ift.tt/1kaBdVU

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HEAR SETH ROGEN TESTIFY BEFORE THE SENATE ABOUT ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH

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She was sitting in the back of her truck,
trunk open,
catching wishing flowers in her mouth.
“Wishing flowers?” you asked.
“The seed head of a Taraxacum — The Dandelion.
Sometimes people blow every single seed off its head,
but you’re supposed to throw the entire crown in the air and let the wind guide it.
I need to catch them
to taste people’s wishes.”

You needed to marry her.

Plucking a dandelion out of the ground,
you tore the flower off of its stem and planted the wish in her mouth.
“My dress will be yellow,” she said.

51 years of clumsy sex,
jobless months, child proof doorknobs,
love letters, church gatherings, family meetings,
anxiety pills, road trips and pit stops, droughts,
floods, canvases, smashed bottles, make-up sex, postcards,
diets and binges, museums, dictionaries, photo albums,
dinner conversations, wishing flowers and
her flimsy memory.

The doctors warned you of a progressive disease
that deteriorated the recollection of her words,
her actions, her loved ones,
her life.

The fifty second year brought the confusion;
the time loss,
her lack of reason for missing your daughter’s birthday.
“I forgot,” she said.

You found half of your book collection in the freezer.
When the kitchen stove caught on fire
all she could tell you was “forget”.

It is the season of wishing flowers
and you bring home a bundle.
“Why do you feed me weeds?” she asks.

The doctors suggested cues;
prompts to rid of her passiveness —
to regain her initiative.
“Let’s take a walk,” you say.
She refuses to walk with a stranger.

Her memory loss left you believing
that we are alive only to forget;
that in the entire 53 years you were married,
the only noises left are her screams every morning,
waking up next to you.

But you refused to forget her,
and when she passed away,
you tacked a timeline of photographs
in every room of your house.

Two years later,
you are unable to remember your name.

— Alessia Di Cesare, To Grow Old With Her (via featherumbrellas)

Hahahaha this will be my parenting 😂👆#funny #realtalk

Hahahaha this will be my parenting 😂👆#funny #realtalk

Sep 11, 2014
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Phan si  pang mountain Sapa Vietnam | by NikonSek | http://ift.tt/1p6uFou

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Phan si pang mountain Sapa Vietnam | by NikonSek | http://ift.tt/1p6uFou


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Jessica, 23 year old girl quite happily lost in Wonderland.

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