Beers🍺 in rainy day! -
We talked about the difference things among countries. I realized good and bad things that I had.
오늘 처음 안 포르투갈어 Carioca! Sexy guys!
이오 떼이오 바리오스 콘타치뇨스.
M.L. Stedman scrie prima și singura carte, Lumina dintre oceane, care are un mare succes. Am citit cartea în 2014, iar în 2016 am aflat că s-a ecranizat cartea. Mi-a plăcut foarte mult cartea, astfel că nu am vrut să văd filmul, oricât de curioasă am fost.
Povestea prezintă un cuplu care nu poate să aibă copii și care locuiesc pe un far. Într-o zi, pe o barcă, își face apariția un copil. Soțul nu dorește să păstreze copilul, având și datoria de a anunța apariția lui. Durerea femeii îl copleșește însă și cedează dorinței ei.
Odată cu prima vizită în oraș ei află a cui este copilul și apar o serie de provocări din momentul în care mama își recunoaște copilul.
Ceea ce dă farmec acestei cărți este relația dintre cei doi soți și consecințele care apar în urma deciziei de a păstra copilul. Femeia ajunge să își pună în pericol soțul și este nevoită să aleagă între copil și soț. De la durere la fericire este un singur pas, însă prețul ajunge să fie prea scump. O lectură foarte plăcută și emoționantă.
Sambil tengok live, layan snek.🥜
Dalam artikel yang saya baca kekacang kena makan segenggam = 150kalori.
Tapi yang ni tak sampai segenggam pun dah 230kalori. Acaner nak jawab ni🤔
Makan je la jawabnya cik siti oiiii. Trust the process.😎👍
You love the way you live your lives? Well then, I’m doing the same thing as you right now. Only in my own way—a way that works for me. Why I am telling you this? Because it’s an important lesson, for all of us.
Some of us travels there and there. Some of us wearing weird wig with 24/7 scarf on neck. And others do zumba. Or sip expensive drink. Or ride on dangerous road. Or jump out of perfectly good airplanes. When we try to understand people by personally relating to the things they do, we usually can’t make any immediate sense of it. Because it’s easier to see weirdness in a sea of normality, than it is to decode the logical methods behind one’s madness.
But when we look just a little deeper, by making a noble effort to understand people by truly listening to why they do the things they do, they never seem quite as weird. Actually, they begin to seem... Almost normal.
Truth be told, every passing face on the street represents a story every bit as captivating, complicated and weird as yours. When you look at a person, remember that everyone has a story. Everyone has gone through something that has inadvertently changed them and forced them to adapt and grow. Everyone you meet has struggled, and continues to struggle in some way, and to them, it’s just as significant and worthwhile as what you’re going through.
We are all different. We are all amazingly weird in our own way. And when we take time to listen to each other, instead of judging each other, we learn and grow stronger, together.
One of the most incredible changes I have made in my life, which has undoubtedly made me happier people and better friends to everyone I meet, is learning to let go of my tendency to judge others.
Now, I’m not going to sit here and pretend that we don’t ever make snap judgments about people; we all have a tendency to do so by default—it’s an innate human instinct. And today, I challenge you to catch yourself, too.
Fewer judgments. Less resistance. More love. Ultimately, this is the way we find happiness, opportunity, and peace in life. Let’s practice, together.🙂
Day 17 was the largest painting—a study of Matisse that is 30x40 done many years ago so I guess this is also Day 19 From the Archives. I still love this one, although I wish I would have painted the sides instead of taping them. I love Matisse and his shapes and colors. In this particular piece, I truly love the goldfish, their bowl, and the plants on the table. I have had a recent realization that bold, sweeping lines are part of my style, and some of the brushstrokes in this are representative of that particular component. .................................
Day 19: From the archives
Just Joy was the first work I sold on @bluethumbart in June 2016.
This sale was instrumental in paving my pathway as a selling and practising artist. I hope to send many more of my works to new and loving homes in my future. Thank you for supporting my journey and fulfilling my dreams.
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#365daysofmahalo#day19 Lonoikamakahiki: Really busy weekend this weekend and trying to play catch up with all these posts. Had the pleasure of attending Hālau O Ko’olau’ula’s Makahiki Festival on Saturday and it was a reminder of the efforts our lāhui make to unite and prosper. During this time of Makahiki, it is a reminder to celebrate life by giving and enjoy the time spent with loved ones. He Hawai’i Nui, He Hawai’i Loa, E Ola Ka Pae Hawai’i. #makahiki
Damn I am such a procrastinator. It’s already day 19 and I had expected better. I haven’t practiced really well lately. Going to bed late is really ruining things lately. I hope today It will change. #day19#365daychallenge#365daysofhandstands
My mom and I were talking a week back, commiserating about our struggles over phone, when she turned to my grandmother and asked her to repeat this phrase she has been telling her for years in times of hardship. It’s supposed to convey that God/life never gives you more than you can handle, even when you feel like you’ll never get past your struggles. Fast forward to my mom sharing this with me and the first words out of my mouth being “that’s kinky.” There’s no hope for me 😂 On a serious note though, pretty sure I need to embroider this on a pillow now since it’s been my daily mantra for the last few days. #day19#spanish#seattle#selfcare#love#beautiful#nyc#nycgirl#latina
#21daysinmyartworld#taraleaver#day19#fromthearchives . For today’s challenge I chose this painting I completed over 20 years ago of my granny’s cottage in the snow. This was such a special painting for me as granny’s home holds so many memories for my family and I. Summers spent there shaped who we became. Climbing the stone ditches, running through the fields, staying up late to watch #thethornbirds snuggled up with granny. When the snow fell it was just magical! This painting still hangs proudly in my granny’s house today and we feel so blessed to still have this precious lady in our lives! #granny#love#memories#childhood#momentscaptured#unique#grateful