You never know the weight of your crimes
But when all the gates have closed and you’re tired
You stand a while by the fire
And it burns bright
A while, a while, you sit quiet
his pledge to her:
i will kill the spiders. i will share my fries with you when you’ve finished all yours and are still hungry. i won’t ever pop my collar. i will never be rude to your tummy- when i hear it growl and gurgle, i promise to bend down and reply respectfully. i will eat the mushrooms when we order the supreme pizza. i will kiss the papercuts. and the door-slammed finger. and the counter-bumped hip. i’ll try my hardest not to get annoyed when you whisper questions and comments during movies. i will be the big spoon. i will let you win at wrestling. sometimes. other times i will not. i will go faster. harder. i will pull when you want. and tease you when you don’t. i will send you random texts and leave you silly gifts. not always. not on schedule. just whenever i want to. whenever i think you need one. or seven. i will check your tire pressure. and remind you to take your car in. i will hold your hand. i will love you. i will love you. i will love you.
this is my favorite thing in the whole world <3
omg if only
How cool would it be to tell people you woke up and your man had a warm cup if coffee for you. And y’all sat outside and talked while you sipped the coffee on a beautiful fall morning. and when you got to the last sip of the cup you realized he was asking you to marry him? That’s perfection, right there.
no you know what would be funny though
is if you got up one morning and your guy is like “i made coffee for you” and you reply “i’m not thirsty right now, but thanks” and he puts the coffee in your hands and he’s goes ”no you have to drink it” and you look at him incredulously and repeat “but i’m not thirsty” and he’s like “drink it” and you refuse to and he just follows you around throughout the day, carrying the same cup of coffee and begging you “please drink it” and you’re so confused because it’s four in the afternoon and you don’t even like coffee
Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about. Check out also the artist’s Website.
This is amazing.
#toast #bread #jam #defib #defibrillator #toaster #haha #lol #hehe #ha #funny #laugh #joke #crust
- Wear spandex shorts under your regular running shorts so you don’t chafe
- Cotton socks will only lead to blisters; invest in socks designed for running.
- Join your local running club—check with your local running store fitness center and/or recreation department to find one
- Find a committed running partner. It is much harder to skip a run when you have someone else depending on you
- Remember that- It gets easier.
- Accept and appreciate the fact that not every single run can be a good one
- Do not compare yourself to others. Run within yourself and for yourself first.
- Even a bad run is better then no run at all
- If you normally run with music try skipping it and listening to your feet to hear your pace and your gait
- Don’t be discouraged if you don’t experience weight loss immediately
- Start a running blog, to see your progress and set goals
- Hydrate. Make it a habit to drink water throughout the day
- On long runs eat something every hour—whether you feel like it or not
- During longer runs if you don’t like to carry water take some cash in your pocket pouch or a shoe wallet. Run a route where there’s a corner store that you can use as a pit stop to pick up your water and maybe use the bathroom
- To aid recovery the most crucial time to eat and drink is in the hour immediately after you run
- Use Vaseline or BodyGlide wherever things rub. They will help prevent blisters and chafing
- Do not increase your mileage more than 10 percent per week
- If you are prone to shin splints and lower leg pain try running soft trails for your Training runs and save the asphalt for race day
- Do not run two hard days back-to-back
- Ice aches and pains immediately
- Pay attention to your form. Try to run lightly to minimize impact that could lead to injury
- When running don’t forget the bug spray, sunscreen and a hat- BIG TIME!
- Neosporin (or another antibiotic cream) is good for chafed areas
- Make sure you cut your toenails short enough so they don’t jam into your Shoes
- Be careful about running on paths that force you to run consistently on a slant. It’s hard on the hips knees
- Don’t stretch before a run. Warm up by walking briskly or jogging slowly for several minutes
- Do not ice for more than 20 minutes at a time
- For beginners, set mini goals to keep you motivated. (Can be minutes [run 5, walk 10], run between street lights then walk between street lights, run till the next bus stop, until you pass a car on the street)
- Do not use the hot tub after a race. It will increase inflammation and hinder healing
- Be aware of cyclists approaching you from behind and try to keep to the right. Try to pay special attention when running with music
- Run facing traffic.
- Never assume a car sees you
- Doubleknot your shoe laces so they will not come undone when you run\
- If you listen to music, put earbuds in the go inside your ear, if you are usuing the ones that sit in your ear, it will fall out
- Buy yourself some actual running shoes from an actual running store because running in junk “sneakers” will destroy your feet and your legs
- At first keep your runs short and slow to avoid injury and soreness so you do not quit.
- If you are breathing too hard slow down or walk a bit until you feel comfortable again
- Pick your route close to home (out your front door)—the more convenient it is the better chance you will have sticking with it.
- Set realistic short term and long term goals
- Remember Soreness one to two days after a run is normal (delayed onset muscle soreness).
- There’s no shame in walking
- Four laps around the local the high school track equals one mile
- Vary your training routes. This will prevent boredom and prevent your body from getting acclimated
- Push through rough spots by focusing on the sounds of your breath and feet touching the ground
- Do abdominal breathing to get rid of side cramps
- Run on trails if at all possible. It will be easier on your body and you’ll love it
- Dress as if it is 10 degrees warmer than the temperature on the thermometer
- Run early in the morning or later in evening to avoid mid-day heat
- To keep cool in hot weather soak a bandana in cold water wring it out a bit and tie it loosely around your neck
- In the winter dress in layers (coolmax or other technical clothing) and wear a headband over your running hat to cover your ears
These are SO helpful! I’ve finally started running and these tips will help me and get me more motivated! (:
A family were on holiday in Australia for a week and a half when husband, wife and their 15 year old son decided to go scuba diving. The husband is in the navy and has had some scuba experience. His son wanted a picture of his mum and dad in all their gear so he got the under water camera ready to go. When it came to taking the picture the dad realized that the son looked like he was panicking as he took it and gave the ‘OK’ hand sign to see if he was all right.
The son took the picture and swam to the surface and back to the boat as quick as he could so the mum and dad followed to see if he was OK. When they got back to him he was scrambling onto the boat and absolutely panicking. When the parents asked why, he said ‘there was a shark behind you.’ The dad thought he was joking but the skipper of the boat said it was true but they wouldn’t believe him.As soon as they got back to the hotel they loaded the picture onto there laptop and that was what they saw.
yes omg this is my favorite picture! last time it can back to my dash i reached post limit
2 times in 1 day, yolo
Wait a minute, I know this shark! Little bastard tried photobombing me in Hawaii!
They won’t bother you as long as you’re not bleeding Christ.
fish are friends, not food.
“Hello, my name’s Bruce.”