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Wedding Times
I am a: newlywed, kindergarten teacher, lover, dreamer, shower singer, apartment dancer, total dork.
I am not a: fighter
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"When there’s an earthquake, do not run.
If you grew up in Southern California, you probably went through “duck and cover” drills in school. Turns out that advice is still pretty solid, although now they’re calling it “Drop, Cover, and Hold On.” Jones says that for many people, their first instinct is to run but that is actually more likely to land you in trouble. She suggests hiding under a table, “We’ve seen strong tables keep collapsed buildings off of people in earthquakes, but the most frequent injury in California is from falling objects or trying to run. Hiding under a table prevents both.”
Oh and if you have come across that oddly-viral “Triangle Of Life” theory that suggests you don’t hide under tables, Jones says the theory has “no validity whatsoever.” She even offered a photo from the Mexico City earthquake the theory was based on that shows that tables survived the quake just fine."
10 Things We Learned From ‘Earthquake Lady’ Lucy Jones’ Reddit AMA: LAist
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conditiond:

Waffle Sunday courtesy of @lulumydear (at Haus of Dang)

He makes my food look goooood.  :)
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(via We’ve Never Stopped Thinking About Kurt Cobain : The Record : NPR)
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New official photograph of Prince George with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge


Can’t wait for the arrival of our little prince.
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latimes:

Since 1973, more than 100 earthquakes with a magnitude of 4 or higher have struck in the greater Los Angeles area. Our interactive map allows you to see the location, magnitude and date of each quake.
Friday’s 5.1 earthquake was a potent reminder of a fault that is less known to most Californians than the San Andreas, but that seismologists believe can produce a catastrophic disaster. That fault, the Puente Hills fault, is so dangerous because of its location, reporter Rong-Gong Lin II explains. Here’s our full coverage of Southern California’s recent earthquakes and an earthquake preparedness guide.
Map data: Southern California Earthquake Center
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To my future son…
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retrogasm:

Bardot
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Damn, you’re looking good there, 32-year-old you. Remember when you were, like, 18, and you thought that 32 was old and gross and weird? Lol. Hi, haters. You’ve gotten past the “I’m in my thirties” crisis, and you realize that adulthood is just a thing you have to deal with, but in whatever way suits you best, which is the fun part. You’re not afraid to be assertive about what you need to be happy; at this age, you have a good sense of what you want out of life (maybe you’re there, on your way there, or maybe you’re just thinking about it, whatevz — everything’s easy breezy at 32). You’ve defined your style in every capacity, and you’re just busy livin’ life, man. And life is beautiful and so are you, you radiant young thing. (via Every Year Of Your Thirties, Ranked From Worst To Best)
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Always.
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9th month tomorrow and I feel so…normal. I was sure I’d be a swollen hormonal monster on bed rest by this point. Well, I guess there’s still time, right?  #36weeks #4moretogo #oristhere #adangbaby #ktown
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Walked to a new spot in our ‘hood to hang w/ Psy! #ktown #heartmyhusby (at Bak Kung Korean B.B.Q)