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"I suppose that since most of our hurts come through relationships, so will our healing, and i know that grace rarely makes sense for those looking in from the outside."

The Shack by William P. Young

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edwardspoonhands:

risarodil:

"Sometimes I just have to tell myself the thing that is definitely true, the truest thing I can say, which is.. I don’t know. I don’t know.”
I just loved Hank’s recent video so much that I have to make a thing.

Risa works fast!

Haha I just had enough time to spare, Hank.

risarodil:

edwardspoonhands:

risarodil:

"Sometimes I just have to tell myself the thing that is definitely true, the truest thing I can say, which is.. I don’t know. I don’t know.

I just loved Hank’s recent video so much that I have to make a thing.

Risa works fast!

Haha I just had enough time to spare, Hank.

#latergram #phonephotography

#latergram #phonephotography

redromanoff:

I just finished the Firefly one, so I thought I’d make a post compiling 10 of my cross-stitch patterns that I’ve finished myself - some were commisions and others are just for me :)

Just click on the links if you’d like to purchase any of the patterns!

  1. Avengers / Doctor Who / The Starks / "No Admittance" sign / Frozen / Firefly / Supernatural / The Dark Knight Rises / Disney Princesses / Disney Villains

So how can I learn to cross stitch?

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thejournalofbisonjack:

The Cradle
There is a small box of love letters under my bed; evidence of my youth and a time when our hearts were all that mattered.I am not nostalgic, although naturally like most I sometimes dwell on the whys and what ifs,and I am certainly not going to pretend that I have no regrets, but as I sit here on the edge of my bed—in the silence that comes with evening and cradles reflection—I think I am ready to answer them.

thejournalofbisonjack:

The Cradle

There is a small box
of love letters under my bed;
evidence of my youth and
a time when our hearts were
all that mattered.
I am not nostalgic, although
naturally like most I sometimes
dwell on the whys and what ifs,
and I am certainly not going to
pretend that I have no regrets,
but as I sit here on the edge of
my bed—in the silence that
comes with evening and cradles
reflection—I think I am ready
to answer them.

newsweek:

Invoke the word autocorrect and most people will think immediately of its hiccups—the sort of hysterical, impossible errors one finds collected on sites like Damn You Autocorrect. But despite the inadvertent hilarity, the real marvel of our mobile text-correction systems is how astoundingly good they are. It’s not too much of an exaggeration to call autocorrect the overlooked underwriter of our era of mobile prolixity. 

Without it, we wouldn’t be able to compose windy love letters from stadium bleachers, write novels on subway commutes, or dash off breakup texts while in line at the post office. Without it, we probably couldn’t even have phones that look anything like the ingots we tickle—the whole notion of touchscreen typing, where our podgy physical fingers are expected to land with precision on tiny virtual keys, is viable only when we have some serious software to tidy up after us. Because we know autocorrect is there as brace and cushion, we’re free to write with increased abandon, at times and in places where writing would otherwise be impossible. Thanks to autocorrect, the gap between whim and word is narrower than it’s ever been, and our world is awash in easily rendered thought. 

The Fasinatng … Frustrating … Fascinating History of Autocorrect | Gadget Lab | WIRED

Auto correct appreciation

newsweek:

Invoke the word autocorrect and most people will think immediately of its hiccups—the sort of hysterical, impossible errors one finds collected on sites like Damn You Autocorrect. But despite the inadvertent hilarity, the real marvel of our mobile text-correction systems is how astoundingly good they are. It’s not too much of an exaggeration to call autocorrect the overlooked underwriter of our era of mobile prolixity.

Without it, we wouldn’t be able to compose windy love letters from stadium bleachers, write novels on subway commutes, or dash off breakup texts while in line at the post office. Without it, we probably couldn’t even have phones that look anything like the ingots we tickle—the whole notion of touchscreen typing, where our podgy physical fingers are expected to land with precision on tiny virtual keys, is viable only when we have some serious software to tidy up after us. Because we know autocorrect is there as brace and cushion, we’re free to write with increased abandon, at times and in places where writing would otherwise be impossible. Thanks to autocorrect, the gap between whim and word is narrower than it’s ever been, and our world is awash in easily rendered thought.

The Fasinatng … Frustrating … Fascinating History of Autocorrect | Gadget Lab | WIRED

Auto correct appreciation

catsbeaversandducks:

Post-it Notes Left on the Train

Writer and illustrator October Jones, the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.

Via My Modern Metropolis 

These are hilarious!

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Not even the fence can hold this one back. #breakfree #nature #flower

Not even the fence can hold this one back. #breakfree #nature #flower

Hidden front door is hidden.

Hidden front door is hidden.

How the World Cup ruined me

The last month ruined me.

Everywhere I went I saw colours: green, yellow, black, red, blue and white. I saw the flags flying from every other car, dwindling one by one. I heard the honking. The cheering. The boasting and smack-talking, mostly from behind a computer screen.

But worst of all was the dreaming. The hope that seems to grow from the tiniest seed, watered by equal parts skill and luck,…

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