I take my time and do what I feel is right for me, I take my time and do what I feel is right for my family.
Never say "I can't do that" ALWAYS say "Let me try." You just might surprise yourself!
Aluminum foil keeps cats off counters. via TO
Oh yeah - cats won’t walk on aluminium foil. Fact.
actually we tried putting foil in a corner where my cat had taken to peeing and after a couple of days he apparently decided that the foil was preferable to the litterbox. so, it’s not foilproof. NO APPLE I DO NOT WANT TO AUTOCORRECT THAT WORD IT’S A PUN.
Oh, my poor cat is going to get a surprise next time she jumps on the counter, I am trying this!!
Look at This Cute… Never Mind of the Day
I can has some privacy now, kthxbai.
This clip is so cute!
This video is utterly magnificent and brings me to tears. Absolute. Perfection.
I love cats, love them or hate them. This is funny!
Viral Video of the Day: World’s Best Sign Flipper
After spotting Flipper J doing his thing on the side of the road, Dubstep dancer Marquese Scott had to pull over and film his mesmerizing sign-flipping skills.
Sign flippers…this guy would get my attention!
21 swings -
The result is a giant instrument made of 21 musical swings; each swing in motion triggers different notes, all the swings together compose a piece, but some sounds only emerge from cooperation.
The project stimulates ownership of the public space, bringing together people of all ages and backgrounds, and creating a place for playing and hanging out in the middle of the city centre.
Something light, lord knows we need something light right now. Love this.
Corezone by Dorota Skalska and Adnieszka Mazur.
Some things are best left unsaid; others needed to be lifted off our chest. Here, the Corezone allows one to deposit their thoughts and feelings into the bank of its porcelain walls. For those heavy moments that are too much of a burden to constantly wear around our necks.
I heart this.
“Starting at Kalapana, Hawaii I walked for two hours right to the place on the coast where active lava flows were touching the ocean.
I was overwhelmed about the scene: Hot air touched my face as I stood at the edge of the cliff, steam drifted away by the strong wind, thunders in my ears as the waves crushed on the melted stones and water fought with fire.
I stood and watched the lava flows started to glow as it became darker. I wanted to express what happened there. All four elements – water, fire, air and earth came together at that point to show how they’re playing the game. — Jennifer Vahlbruch