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That's what the world needs....

It seems I need to explain a bit about what to expect here. OK, here goes......
JUST ABOUT ANYTHING! :)

Ok, ok, seriously! LOL This will be a place to find out about the person running this blog. I post things randomly and I like what I like. :) You will find Old Hollywood, music, Latino/Native American items, things to motivate and things to remember. I'm just a girl who has all the wishes for a better world, so please, look around and I hope you find something to smile about! <3

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fluffycl0wn:

One tree can make a million matches. One match can destroy a million trees.
Taken just outside the entrance of the Kodanad Elephant Training Centre (Kodanad, Kerala, India) in July 2014.

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fluffycl0wn:

One tree can make a million matches. One match can destroy a million trees.

Taken just outside the entrance of the Kodanad Elephant Training Centre (Kodanad, Kerala, India) in July 2014.

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starry-eyed-wolfchild:

THE SERI INDIANS of Sonora Mexico 

Many cultural changes have taken place in the last few decades. Except for special events, women no longer paint their faces as they once did. Those who saw and recorded Seri face painting marked a dying trait.

Women painted delicate and tasteful designs on their faces. Usually, designs were carried in a straight horizontal line across the upper face and over the bridge of the nose. Elements represented flowers, leaves, and other pretty motifs and it was all done just to be attractive.

Married women used distinctive but heavier patterns that identified them as matrons.

Men also painted on occasion-to go to war, for spiritual protection, or just general attraction. Designs suggested by medicine men could be used by both sexes for spiritual protection.

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oldbookillustrations:

Minnehaha.
Harrison Fisher, frontispiece from The song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Indianapolis, 1906.
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oldbookillustrations:

Minnehaha.

Harrison Fisher, frontispiece from The song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Indianapolis, 1906.

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"Trust the vibes you get, energy doesn’t lie."

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oldbookillustrations:

And he loved the lonely maiden.
Harrison Fisher, from The song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Indianapolis, 1906.
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oldbookillustrations:

And he loved the lonely maiden.

Harrison Fisher, from The song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Indianapolis, 1906.

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oldbookillustrations:

Oh my little friend, the squirrel.
Harrison Fisher, from The song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Indianapolis, 1906.
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oldbookillustrations:

Oh my little friend, the squirrel.

Harrison Fisher, from The song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Indianapolis, 1906.

(Source: archive.org)

wehadfacesthen:

That fabulous face. Remembering  Greta Garbo  on her birthday (18 September 1905 - 15 April 1990)

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wehadfacesthen:

That fabulous face.
Remembering  Greta Garbo  on her birthday (18 September 1905 - 15 April 1990)

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beataholic925:

Princess Diana with Robin Williams, Elton John and John Ritter
Only Elton is alive in this picture

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beataholic925:

Princess Diana with Robin Williams, Elton John and John Ritter

Only Elton is alive in this picture

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beataholic925:

Robin Williams & John Ritter

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Lucille Ball and her son, Desi Arnaz Jr., 1950s.

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dewgonair:

lockrocksandcoke:

131-di:

veggiebaker:

therunscape:

Heart attacks symptoms are different for women. I recently learned this. 

Everyone should know these things.

thanks to mainstream media and being unable to show breasts on TV, way too few people know about female signs of cardiac distress, and impending heart attacks. they only know about the “pain in the left arm” male symptom.

i had all these symptoms once and they sent me right to hospital
it was scary bc i didnt know these were the symptoms for female heart issues

Please, please, PLEASE, reblog this. i don’t know if I did save or called false alarm, with my boss’ life tonight. I felt I was being a bit paranoid, overreacting, but I told Mirage my thoughts and he, after reading over the article I showed him, immediately sprung into action and then shooed her off to the hospital. I don’t know if I did or not, but I knew she’d been super stressed. She’d off-handedly commented on her arm tingling and I asked her if she felt queasy on a hunch. I went to look at the symptoms and we went from there.

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dewgonair:

lockrocksandcoke:

131-di:

veggiebaker:

therunscape:

Heart attacks symptoms are different for women. I recently learned this. 

Everyone should know these things.

thanks to mainstream media and being unable to show breasts on TV, way too few people know about female signs of cardiac distress, and impending heart attacks. they only know about the “pain in the left arm” male symptom.

i had all these symptoms once and they sent me right to hospital

it was scary bc i didnt know these were the symptoms for female heart issues

Please, please, PLEASE, reblog this. i don’t know if I did save or called false alarm, with my boss’ life tonight. I felt I was being a bit paranoid, overreacting, but I told Mirage my thoughts and he, after reading over the article I showed him, immediately sprung into action and then shooed her off to the hospital. I don’t know if I did or not, but I knew she’d been super stressed. She’d off-handedly commented on her arm tingling and I asked her if she felt queasy on a hunch. I went to look at the symptoms and we went from there.

"Don’t ever feel bad for making a decision that upsets other people. You are not responsible for their happiness. You are responsible for your happiness."

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Isaiah Henkel (via yeoja)

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