Saturday, March 1, 2014
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
FINDING YOUR TEACHERS FACEBOOK PAGES IS THE GREATEST
I MEAN THEY GO FROM LOOKING LIKE THIS TO YOU:
TO SUDDENLY LOOKING LIKE THIS
I MEAN HOLY SHIT THAT’S MY MATHS TEACHER SMOKING IN A SUIT AS HE RIDES A SHARK.
IF THAT’S NOT BEAUTIFUL TO YOU, YOU’RE LYING.
A mom in Baldwin, New York RSVP’ed to a small child’s birthday party invitation with a vile anti-gay screed.
Little Sophia turns 7 in a few weeks, so her two dads decided to throw her a party and invite her friends to celebrate. One of those friends is Tommy, whose mom Beth is apparently a rabid homophobe. She returned the invitation with the following response:
"Tommy will NOT attend. I do not beleive [sic] in what you do and will not subject my innocent son to your ‘lifestyle.’ I am sorry Sophia has to grow up this way. If you have an issue or need to speak to me: 516-362-1357.”
Sophia’s dads were understandably furious, so they sent the letter off to local radio station K-98.3, who posted it on Facebook. The station adds that they contacted Beth, who “gave us permission to post her phone number and said anyone who has a problem with what she wrote can call her, too!”
just girly things: pretending to be on the phone when you walk by a large group of men because there’s a chance they’ll harass you <333
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
so my mums friend went skiing and she found someone lost in the mountains and she was like hello can i help u do u speak english and it was bear grylls
she found bear grylls
I am strong because on October 15th, 2010 at 37 weeks pregnant we walked into our OB office and found out our son Tiberius had passed away.
I am strong because I laboured for 12 beautiful hours and gave birth to my stillborn son in a silent room.
I am strong because on October 22nd 2010, my husband and I buried our first child.
I am strong because 12 weeks after we buried our first son we found out we were expecting again.
I am strong because on May 2nd, 2011, at 18 weeks pregnant, we found out our second son Jacob would not be coming home with us, he was given a fatal diagnosis.
I am strong because despite having a fatal diagnosis we chose to carry Jacob and do everything we possibly could.
I am strong because during the next 18 weeks Jacob’s diagnosis changed into something no medical doctor had ever seen before and his prognosis became unknown.
I am strong because on September 5th, 2011, our son Jacob was born via c-section. He cried even though we were told he would not.
I am strong because for the next 2 1/2 days Jacob fought so hard to stay with us and we fought so hard to keep him comfortable and did everything we could.
I am strong because at 7:45pm on September 7th, we had to make a decision no parent should ever have to make, we pulled his life support and Jacob peacefully passed away.
I am strong because on September 14th, 2011 we buried our second child.
I am strong because 9 months after we buried Jacob we decided to try once more.
I am strong because we became pregnant with what we hoped would truly be our rainbow babe.
I am strong because at 18 weeks we found out we were having a healthy little girl.
I am strong because I carried her for 36 1/2 weeks all along knowing we could lose her too.
I am strong because on January 8th, 2013, I was induced and we were on the way to meeting our miracle babe.
I am strong because after 16 rough hours of vbac labour, our miracle baby, Phoebe Faith, was born. Crying, screaming, healthy and alive.
I am strong because even though I only parent one child, I am a mother of three.
I am strong because I have carried 3 children full term but two already reside in Heaven.
I am strong because I chose to cling onto hope and faith when everything else was against us.
I am strong because parenting a rainbow baby is a challenging time in life.
I am strong because my hopes and dreams have been shattered but I chose to hold on and now have a beautiful little girl who is the light of my life.
Mamas who have endured loss, don’t ever give up. Your rainbow could be one more rainy day away. [x]
You will meet no stronger person than a [true] mother. I am convinced of that.