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medieval:

Hildegard of Bingen
Scivias Codex: Book III, First Vision, German Romanesque (detail)
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Weisbaden, Landesbib. Ms. Scivias Codex

Beautiful.

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runstephanierun:

lostbutyoufoundme:

And there’s a point in time where you become one of those people. You realise how much you want to sacrifice for the ones you love.


This quote hurts my heart. Truth.

So very true.

runstephanierun:

lostbutyoufoundme:

And there’s a point in time where you become one of those people. You realise how much you want to sacrifice for the ones you love.

This quote hurts my heart.

Truth.

So very true.

(via breathestephaniebreathe)

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mentalflossr:

10 Movies Roger Ebert Really Hated

I love, love, love Roger Ebert! You will be missed, sir.

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Perky (Taken with Instagram)

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Sunday:
Monday: 3.47 miles
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
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My baby kitties!

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emilydoesscience:

thedailywhat:

Inspirational Motivational of the Day: Spencer West lost his legs to a genetic disorder when he was 5. Today, he made it to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, having climbed 80 percent of the way on his hands. He also did it while raising $500,000 for charity.
From his blog:

The moment the summit was within sight… it was incredible. We looked around — me, David and Alex — and realized that, after seven grueling days of relentless climbing, after 20,000 feet of our blood, sweat and tears (and, let’s face it, vomit) we had actually made it. We were at the top. The summit sign seemed almost like a mirage.
Then it sunk in. We made it. To the top of the mountain. The mountain that I promised to the world I would climb. The bleeding fingers and blisters were all worth it. I looked at the guys, my two buddies who dreamed up this crazy plan with me, and realized we actually finished what we started.

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I was totally going to post this too! AMAZING.



Oh wow!!!  This is s awesome!!!  What an inspiration!!!

emilydoesscience:

thedailywhat:

Inspirational Motivational of the Day: Spencer West lost his legs to a genetic disorder when he was 5. Today, he made it to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, having climbed 80 percent of the way on his hands. He also did it while raising $500,000 for charity.

From his blog:

The moment the summit was within sight… it was incredible. We looked around — me, David and Alex — and realized that, after seven grueling days of relentless climbing, after 20,000 feet of our blood, sweat and tears (and, let’s face it, vomit) we had actually made it. We were at the top. The summit sign seemed almost like a mirage.

Then it sunk in. We made it. To the top of the mountain. The mountain that I promised to the world I would climb. The bleeding fingers and blisters were all worth it. I looked at the guys, my two buddies who dreamed up this crazy plan with me, and realized we actually finished what we started.

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I was totally going to post this too! AMAZING.

Oh wow!!! This is s awesome!!! What an inspiration!!! Source: thedailywhat
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I walked 3.2 miles at the high school while the girls played softball. I never felt winded, but man my hips felt sore while I was walking! Not sure why…

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Recuperating from the bug attack in the kitchen with a glass of water while sitting under the ceiling fan!

Recuperating from the bug attack in the kitchen with a glass of water while sitting under the ceiling fan!