One thing my 4 sisters & I are good at is getting knocked up and pumping out boof-head babies. Two pregnancies with this one + all our four kids are born weeks apart. Good times sissy! Congrats darling girl he is GORGYYYYYY! 💋❤️
One day, you will meet someone who challenges you. You will meet someone who flips life as you know it right on its head.
And you'll never have been happier.
You'll meet someone who you feel instantly comfortable around, and you can tell anything to.
But you won't know what this feels like unless you date the wrong people, too.
Go on dates. Hone your skills at being a gentleman and open doors. Pay for dinner and take your partners for moonlit walks.
Take notice of that intuition. The one that tells you you're afraid of telling them personal things.
Notice when you're insecure about how your date's face looked when you cracked your favourite joke. Remember that feeling- its important. It may end up being how you feel for the rest of your life.
When you find the right person, I hope there's no insecurities or confusion. Because if it's already hard work in the first month or two, odds are it'll always be harder work than it should be.
I don't want you to marry someone you really want to live with.
I want you to marry the person you can't live without.
If you don't recognise them instantly when you meet for the first time, your souls may not have met before in another life. It doesn't mean your life story won't work out- it just may not have been the planned path for this lifetime. But I trust you, and you should trust you too.
So follow your intuition.
Make your own mistakes.
Trust yourself always.
Marry the one you can't live without.
And love your mother like she's the only woman in your life (until she isn't).
I know you're only little. But when I look at that perfect face and think about your pure, loving heart that lives firmly on your sleeve.. I know you'll give it away in a heartbeat to the right person.
Finally unbanned after a month because of a few certain individuals who reported statuses from 2 years ago. Literal sad c#nts because you cant handle the truth. Cheers to Alex Eyers for taking charge of the camp while I was gone. Huge ups on the ricegum callout we made it #4 trending in Australia!! Anyway, Dibbles back on FB! Have a nice day! inb4 perm ban.
NSW RFS warn of "Catastrophic" conditions, Total Fire Bans, statewide record temps, 46 degrees, dry strong winds, fires burning across NSW, yet CSG exemptions means Santos flares at Wilga Park and Bibblewindi burn 24/7.
Santos proposes a 850 well coal seam gas field in eastern Australia’s largest inland Pilliga forest. Each well would drill through a recharge aquifer for the Great Artesian Basin, risking depressurisation of the continent’s largest groundwater source.
Join the movement to stop CSG in NSW: http://www.csgfreenorthwest.org.au/get_involved
There's another cryptic chain letter going around to 'raise awareness' for #breastcancer. As my friend Anna just posted, and with no judgment of those who shared it at all, just get your breasts checked out, ey. Let's not be cryptic about something so important. If you've got boobs, check them for lumps. If you've got a cervix, make sure your pap smears are up to date (which reminds me to do it). Familiarise yourself with the symptoms of ovarian cancer. Get your bowels checked. Get your prostate checked. Get your moles checked. Fuck cancer. Get tested.
Carolyn Tate’s anxiety used to stop her going to parties, job interviews and talking to anyone but her mum on the phone. This all changed when she gave her anxiety a name; Clive.
“Clive allowed me to recognise that anxiety is separate from me. It helped me divorce myself from a situation that was overwhelming and consuming, and allows me to see that there is a me with and without anxiety. So now Clive and I have an arrangement. He knows his place. I know he’s there and I don’t battle with him anymore, and he agrees to leave the everyday thinking to me. The stuff that means I am confident in myself, that I can buy milk from the corner shop, meet new people and take the occasional phone call – all without doubting who I am and what I am capable of."
What do you call your anxiety?
For more tips on getting to #knowanxiety and learning to control it, visit: bb.org.au/1IrMfNt
As students head back to school across Australia, these wise students from Uganda have a very special message – Stay in school! In this community, interventions focussing on improving education have helped to increase school attendance by constructing classrooms and staff quarters, training teachers and providing desks, exercise books and other educational resources – such as these signs! Learn more about our various approaches to helping kids stay in school: http://wva.me/Stay-in-school