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Ohana means family - no one gets left behind, and no one is ever forgotten. ~ Sanders and DeBlois, Lilo & Stitch

After I get a stable job, I would like to start a family. I have old values in which family means everything. Always wanted to get married and have kids. I can't forget a dog, I love dogs and will have one in my family

Majestic Animals, Wild Animals, Animal Kingdom, God, Happy Fall Yall, Forests, Trees, Dios, Woodland Forest

DIY Cat Tent from a T-Shirt and a Wire Hanger #pet #upcycle

DIY Cat Tent

I don't have a cat but I love is idea. Maybe I'll make one for my dog since he's small enough :) DIY Cat Tent from a T-Shirt and a Wire Hanger

Doesn't it look like Bathilda Bagshot's house in Deathly Hallows!?!? Cotswolds in the snow by Andrew Lockie

Chipping Campden in Snow. Chipping Campden is a small market town within the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the century. By Andrew Lockie on

fancitaste:  afternoontea7:  Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland (via Pinterest)       (via TumbleOn)

Winter Time - Wintery (and wooly) scene in Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland, uncredited

Adorable tiny gray netherland dwarf bunny!                                                                                                                                                      More

Why is this bunny prettier than me? <--- Bunnies are always prettier then human. be a bunny or an animal with corn (like uniCORN, alpaCORN or pandaCORN.

Babblings and More: Nativity Block

Glass blocks from a craft store. Cut out the vinyl of the Nativity Scene. The glass block has a hole at the bottom to add the Christmas Lights and some ribbon inside. Tie a bow around the block.

I adore this pic! It's one of the cutest things that ever happened!

Funny pictures about Lion And Butterfly. Oh, and cool pics about Lion And Butterfly. Also, Lion And Butterfly photos.


I loved "Snow Days!" I remember listening to the local radio station as the announcer read off the school closings; just waiting for him to announce "my" county school system. I did this as a student and probably more as a teacher.