5 Things That Are Holding You Back in Life →
nove607: “Most of the time it is your own negative emotions that hold you back in life. The opportunities for happiness and success are out there, you just need to make sure you are willing and able to get them.”
Last survivor of the Titanic dies, aged 97 →
LONDON - Millvina Dean, who as a baby was wrapped in a sack and lowered into a lifeboat in the frigid North Atlantic, died Sunday, having been the last survivor of 1912 sinking of the RMS Titanic. She was 97 years old, and she died where she had lived — in Southampton, England, the city her family had tried to leave behind when it took the ship’s ill-fated maiden voyage, bound for America.
I pay for my mom’s cell phone. I was just looking through my bill and noticed that she has used 4,059 minutes in one month. Of that, 2,673 were rollover (thankfully) that I had racked up. I only used 14 of my Anytime minutes (mostly due to the fact that a.I text, AIM, email, etc. more than I talk; b. I’m at work through most of the day and c. most of my phone calls are...
My Social Calendar...
Colleague’s Baby Shower, Monday afternoon Yearbook staff meeting, Thursday Graduation, Friday morning Department Happy Hour, Friday afternoon 6 year old’s Army-themed B-day party AND friend’s Baby Shower, Saturday (same location luckily) Baby Showers to date: 7 Children’s birthday parties: 2 Happy Hours: 1 Welcome to Adulthood
wordjournal: noun • a hasty tidying of the house between the time you see a neighbor and the time he or she knocks on the door via Maine Lingo: Boiled Owls, Billdads, and Wazzats Ha! That was totally me yesterday.
What did Sushi A say to Sushi B?
stormrage360: Waasaah B?!
Cat-killer sought in South Dade →
A victim shares her story about finding her mutilated feline, Miss Kitty. Over 20 cats have been brutally killed, and a reward leading to an arrest is now up to $5,000. What the flip, psycho? Leave the kitties alone!
The human iPod: Meet the musical savant →
Derek Paravicini was born blind and with serious learning difficulties. But he only needs to hear a tune once to play it. Soon he will make his debut at the Southbank Centre, reports Chris Green
Weirdness uncovered by StumbleUpon →