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“Today You are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” ~Dr. Seuss


My cup runeth over. My baby boys bought me such a beautiful card. I am so blessed with wonderful kids! I don’t deserve them!

My cup runeth over. My baby boys bought me such a beautiful card. I am so blessed with wonderful kids! I don’t deserve them!

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life:

The last of the ‘41 Horns is gone, but magazine cover keeps players, season timeless.

The black and white photos of the 14 young men, all handsome, all in their  prime, still stare from the cover of a Life magazine that was published  seven decades ago.
The story of how those 14 University of Texas football players arrived on the  cover of the country’s popular magazine, and what they accomplished - first  as Longhorns, then later as husbands, fathers and businessmen - has survived  the decades.
But now, none of them are left. The last Longhorn that was immortalized on  Life’s Nov. 17, 1941, cover died this month.
(read the rest of the article here)

Interesting read. Check it out.

life:

The last of the ‘41 Horns is gone, but magazine cover keeps players, season timeless.

The black and white photos of the 14 young men, all handsome, all in their prime, still stare from the cover of a Life magazine that was published seven decades ago.

The story of how those 14 University of Texas football players arrived on the cover of the country’s popular magazine, and what they accomplished - first as Longhorns, then later as husbands, fathers and businessmen - has survived the decades.

But now, none of them are left. The last Longhorn that was immortalized on Life’s Nov. 17, 1941, cover died this month.

(read the rest of the article here)

Interesting read. Check it out.

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life:

Dogs look out from a shop window, on which a sticker reads, in French, “Protected by Monaco private security,” in Monaco.
(see more — The Week’s Best Photos)

Too cute.

life:

Dogs look out from a shop window, on which a sticker reads, in French, “Protected by Monaco private security,” in Monaco.

(see moreThe Week’s Best Photos)

Too cute.

Some day, when I’m gone, they will say, remember when Mom took us to see lights. :) <3

Some day, when I’m gone, they will say, remember when Mom took us to see lights. :) <3

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life:

LIFE’s  editors are working on a special book on Bob Dylan. Which of these four  covers is your favorite? Pick your favorite with the Like button.

life:

LIFE’s editors are working on a special book on Bob Dylan. Which of these four covers is your favorite? Pick your favorite with the Like button.

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life:

SURPRISE! They’re Canadian
That’s right, Oscar the Grouch was born in Minto, New Brunswick, though he’s loath to let anyone on Sesame Street find out. His dad’s also from New Brunswick, and his mother hails from Nova Scotia.

My Oscar the grouch was born in atx LOL

life:

SURPRISE! They’re Canadian

That’s right, Oscar the Grouch was born in Minto, New Brunswick, though he’s loath to let anyone on Sesame Street find out. His dad’s also from New Brunswick, and his mother hails from Nova Scotia.

My Oscar the grouch was born in atx LOL

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life:

Beauty AND brains — Not too shabby, right?
Hedy Lamarr: Hollywood Sex Symbol, Tech Geek…She  was a glamorous movie star of the 1930s and ’40s, a taboo-breaking  beauty who is credited with simulating the first on-screen orgasm (and  also appearing nude) in a 1933 film called Ecstasy.
But Hedy  Lamarr was a trailblazer in more ways than one: Fascinated by science  and eager to find a way to help the Allies during World War II, Lamarr  came up with a way to make radio signals jump between frequencies, and  thus prevent the signals from becoming jammed. After Lamarr and a  partner obtained a patent for the invention in 1942, she gave it — at  no charge — to the U.S. Navy, which began using it in the 1960s. Today,  Lamarr’s breakthrough is used in technology like the Bluetooth wireless  device.
Get to know Hedy Lamarr, the world’s sexiest inventor.

Awesome story

life:

Beauty AND brains — Not too shabby, right?

Hedy Lamarr: Hollywood Sex Symbol, Tech Geek…She was a glamorous movie star of the 1930s and ’40s, a taboo-breaking beauty who is credited with simulating the first on-screen orgasm (and also appearing nude) in a 1933 film called Ecstasy.

But Hedy Lamarr was a trailblazer in more ways than one: Fascinated by science and eager to find a way to help the Allies during World War II, Lamarr came up with a way to make radio signals jump between frequencies, and thus prevent the signals from becoming jammed. After Lamarr and a partner obtained a patent for the invention in 1942, she gave it — at no charge — to the U.S. Navy, which began using it in the 1960s. Today, Lamarr’s breakthrough is used in technology like the Bluetooth wireless device.

Get to know Hedy Lamarr, the world’s sexiest inventor.

Awesome story

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lizp21:

Cross (Taken with Instagram at Home)

Awesome pic

lizp21:

Cross (Taken with Instagram at Home)

Awesome pic

Loving my gel nails! (Taken with picplz at Enso Nails in Austin, TX.)

Loving my gel nails! (Taken with picplz at Enso Nails in Austin, TX.)

“Life is an opportunity, benefit from it.
Life is beauty, admire it.
Life is a dream, realize it.
Life is a challenge, meet it.
Life is a duty, complete it.
Life is a game, play it.
Life is a promise, fulfill it.
Life is sorrow, overcome it.
Life is a song, sing it.
Life is a struggle, accept it.
Life is a tragedy, confront it.
Life is an adventure, dare it.
Life is luck, make it.
Life is too precious, do not destroy it.
Life is life, fight for it.”

~ Mother Teresa