ohmrbieber:

"Now I know what war is really about - it’s about Men and Women who love their country but more than that, love each other"


mapsontheweb:

Philippine language relations in a map

mapsontheweb:

Philippine language relations in a map


destroyed-and-abandoned:


The abandoned railroad of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland Read More

destroyed-and-abandoned:

The abandoned railroad of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland

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Week 5

Day 36. New balls for my apothecary jar
Day 37. New favorite nail polish
Day 38. Day in the life of nanny Nic T
Day 39. New scentsy order came in… To add to my ever growing collection
Day 40. Matching mani with my favorite 4 year old
Day 41. Nap time
Day 42. How can this coffee cup not make you smile?


Week 4

(Just playing catch up, I really fell behind)

Day 29. Officers installation at lodge 118
Day 30. Because when Japan
Day 31. Awake with the sun
Day 32. Turbo for the kids, a book for me after an intense day at the park
Day 33. Perfect weather
Day 34. Cloud porn
Day 35. So much fun at bunco I forgot to take a pic!




One of my all time favorite movies is the Thomas Crown Affair. I have seen it countless times, however I haven’t seen it in a few years… Apparently 3.5 to be exact. Because the infamous blonde, daughter of the great forgery painter… She’s a Tyrol, the Austrian version. Weird coincidence for an uncommon last name from a favorite movie /)


hello-kitty:

Hello Kitty 1980s (1980-1989)



Dogs copying a baby crawling.

Dogs copying a baby crawling.

(via kissing-whiskey)


instagram:

Climbing Hawai’i’s Stairway to Heaven

For more photos and videos from the Stairway to Heaven, check out the #haikustairs hashtag and explore the Haiku Stairs location page.

In 1942, workers installing radio antenna cables assembled a series of wooden ladders along the sheer cliffs of the Ha’ikū Valley on the island of O’ahu in Hawai’i. The ladders extended to the 2,800ft (853m) summit of Pu’u Keahi a Kahoe. A little over a decade later, the ladders were replaced by nearly 4,000 metal stairs and ramps leading the way to a newly-established US Coast Guard navigation station.

Though the station closed in the 1980s, the Ha’ikū Stairs up the mountain remain. The path is known as the Stairway to Heaven, marking what many consider to be one of Hawai’i’s best—and most difficult—mountain hikes. In recent years, dauntless Instagrammers have made the trek up the stairs to capture the breathtaking view of the island from the top.


destroyed-and-abandoned:

Haiku Stairs - Oahu, Hawaii. Illegal to climb.

destroyed-and-abandoned:

Haiku Stairs - Oahu, Hawaii. Illegal to climb.



only-me-in-paris:

WHERE ARE THESE?!

only-me-in-paris:

WHERE ARE THESE?!

(via winozombie)


I wonder why they didn’t just tell us?

(via historysbitch)