If I had a son and he wanted to be a princess i would let him! stereotypes and sexism shouldn't dictate what a person is or might be! freedom to those who have the will to fight for it!!!!!! WHOSE WITH ME!!!!!!
Actually feels good to see what people think of u and no response needed just keep it moving I am growing and it feels good everything doesn't need a response it's actually good knowing I have so much space rented out
If you love something, love it completely, cherish it, say it, but most importantly show it. Life is finite and fragile, and just because something is there one day, it might not be the next. Never take that for granted. Say what you need to say, then say a little more. Say too much. Show too much. Love too much. Everything is temporary but Love. Love outlives us all.
We hold on to so many things that cause us a great deal of pain, stress and suffering – and instead of letting them all go, instead of allowing ourselves to be stress free and happy – we cling on to them. Not anymore. http://www.purposefairy.com/3308/15-things-you-should-give-up-in-order-to-be-happy/
1. Life isn’t fair, however it’s still good. 2. When in doubt, just take the next little step. 3. Life is too short not to enjoy it. 4. Your job will not take care of you when you are sick. Your family and friends will. 5. Don’t buy things you do not need. 6. You do not have to win everyRead More
Will My Son Develop Cancer? The Promise (and Pitfalls) of Sequencing Children’s Genomes Read more: http://healthland.time.com/2012/10/22/will-my-son-develop-cancer-the-promise-and-pitfalls-of-sequencing-childrens-genomes/#ixzz2A3MQJA6U
Betsy Ross and the Flag. This is a lesson packet for the short story “The Star Lady” by Newbery Medal winner, Carolyn Sherwin Bailey. “The Star Lady” is part of the short story collection entitled, “Boys and Girls of Colonial Days”. (Published 1920) This is a copyright-free work, which is why it is included in the pack. “The Star Lady” is the story of a girl named Tabitha who lives in Philadelphia during the American Revolution. In a letter to her cousin, Tabitha writes all about her…