When you come across places like this, you sometimes have to pinch yourself to believe that it’s actually real✨What a beautiful world we live in🏖🐟🌎✈️ – photo by @parisverra
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“Do I need to be liked? Absolutely not. I like to be liked. I enjoy being liked. I have to be liked, but it's not like this compulsive need to be liked, like my need to be praised.” — Michael Scott
"(cont)..I felt like asking Raymond whether we should keep walking, walk over the rolling greens, keep walking till the birds fell silent in their bowers and we could see only by starlight. It almost felt like he might suggest it himself." - Gail Honeyman
Part III. Lately I've been feeling like my reality is a dream (and that's most likely bc I haven't had proper sleep in a while) so this collection is actually accurate to my life rn. Hope you enjoy ☁️ || #photography#sky#clouds#cloudporn#cloudscape#cloudzdelight#cloudy☁️ #sky_painters#skyporn#purpleskies
Pocahontas was my favorite Disney movie when I was a kid! This could be why my high school girlfriend looked just like her. hahaha There is so many lessons to be learned in this movie! Chasing opportunities, looking outside of yourself, seeing things differently, sometimes the right path isnt always the easiest one! And my favorite....listening to your heart. I read a book called Blink by Malcolm Gladwell a while ago and it talks about following our instinct! That our gut reactions to things are almost always right. When we meet new people or or are trying to make a decision, a lot of the time our mind and body have analyzed it and came to a great accurate conclusion without us even giving it much thought. When I am mountain biking the faster I go the more fluid and soft the ride is. When I allow my body to react to what my eyes are seeing without me letting thoughts get in the way, is when I feel the most comfortable and safe. In the same way. Sometimes the right decision can be made off of that guy reaction. Infact most of the time it can. Be like pocahontas and follow the advice that grandmother willow gives and "Listen to your heart, then you will understand" :) #sunrisedawgs
It was Halloween 2006 and it was the first year since 6th grade that my parents let me go out on Halloween. Halloween has always been my favorite holiday but it definitely took a hit in 7th grade when my parents decided I was too old to go trick or treating.
But I’m 2006 I was sure Halloween was going to be a blast. Until I realized that my friends had zero plans for the evening.
I met up with 2 of my buddies in an attempt to come up with something to do. It was a cold night and soon it got too cold for us. So we decided to get some hot chocolate at the local Jackson’s gas station.
The hot chocolate was good but it was missing something. We discussed at length the ingredients we could add to give it the extra zest it needed and we settled on butter mints. Like the mints you get at weddings.
But where could we get them at the late hour of 8:30 pm on a weeknight? Then we remembered that Mongolian BBQ always has them.
We drove over to Mongolian and my friend went in to see if they had any. As he entered the store he noticed a large box completely full of butter mints on the counter.
Without so much as a second thought he grabbed the box and walked back to the car. As he got to the car one of the chefs burst out the door. So my friend threw the box in the car and we took off.
We went to a place we knew we’d be safe. The orange bridge. This bridge was our hangout spot in high school. We would do this thing where we all bounce in unison until the whole bridge starts shaking.
As we sipped our now perfect hot chocolate and shook the bridge, a man rode passed on his bike. I can only imagine how creeped out he must’ve felt.
Once we finished our hot chocolate we went back to the car. When we got in the car my friend realized it was warm inside. He said “wow Toasty it’s really Dusty in here.” And that is when I became Toasty. #sunrisedawgs