Life as a new mom.
Gosh

I feel so freaking sick

So fed up with Taylor always wanting to go out when he’s barely ever home anyway. WTf ever ill just do this by myself. At least when I only count on myself I don’t have to worry about disappointment

Folding clothes

Folding Lucy’s clothes. There do big now and not as much. You over do it in the beginning but now she has more than enough. It’s just so crazy looking back and remember nesting before she was born. Folding ever piece perfectly wanting everything to be ready for her. The feeling of her moving around in my tummy is now replaced with chasing her down and getting objects out of her hands and mouth that she shouldn’t have. She’s getting her top teeth soon. And will be turning a year in less than a month. It saddens my heart how time goes by so fast. In the blink of an eye my tiny newborn baby is a curious toddler:( I love Lucy so much.

Florida

I love it here. In time we’ll move here just gotta wait.

It would be impossible to imagine going through life without swearing, and without enjoying swearing,” he attests. Some would call swearing unnecessary, and Fry recontextualizes their argument like so: “It’s not necessary to have colored socks. It’s not necessary for this cushion to be here. But is anyone going to write in and say, ‘I was shocked to see that cushion there! It really wasn’t necessary’? No. Things not being necessary is what makes life interesting.

Stephen Fry, language enthusiast, defends the unnecessary ”art” of swearing

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What comfortable lives we live.

parislemon:

sareva:

Intelligent, irreverent upcycling of outdated technology.

This is actually a really good idea. I’m sure I have 1,000 AOL disks laying around somewhere…

parislemon:

sareva:

Intelligent, irreverent upcycling of outdated technology.

This is actually a really good idea. I’m sure I have 1,000 AOL disks laying around somewhere…

Ericsson has introduced a new technology that turns the human body into a bridge between gadgets, allowing people to transfer data like they would using a USB cord or a Bluetooth connection by simply touching a device. ‘Connected Me’ would enable everyone to easily transmit information, images and codes, providing the ultimate in convenient and secure connectivity. It uses a technique called “capacitive coupling,” where the natural electrical properties of the human body are used to transmit signals with digital information. So, in the future you could be using your smartphone to pass data through your body to devices such as as electronic locks, printers, speakers and screens.
Happy mothers day. Tays mom and lu  (Taken with instagram)

Happy mothers day. Tays mom and lu (Taken with instagram)

Taken with instagram

Taken with instagram

Taken with instagram

Taken with instagram