Omg how adorable! I love koalas!
“Keen koala is so hooked on kisses from a pretty cafe boss he meets her once a week for an after-hours smooch. Eddie has been romancing Lucy Ziwiski at her home in Noosa, on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, for the past month. He gave her a kiss to say hello and ever since then the koala returns every week for his kiss from the 36-year-old and even turned up on the porch of a neighbour’s house she was visiting.”
Thanks to Cuteporter Deb in NYC – “This is one of the most adorable stories I have ever heard. Pretty incredible!” More at the Metro News.
Lovely heartfelt words!
When a train goes through a tunnel and it gets dark,
you don’t throw away the ticket and jump off.
You sit still and trust the engineer.
Canon G12. Edited in Lighroom 5, Color Efex Pro and Nik Silver Efex Pro (Antique Plate II). Patapsco Valley State Park.
For more information about this viaduct click here: http://bellaremyphotography.com/2013/02/15/project-365-day-46-a-walk-in-the-park/
Inspiring words! What a great post!
Today the writing does not flow. Do you ever just not feel like writing? But you have a commitment – to readers, to yourself, maybe you are even lucky enough to have a deadline. So you write. You might drag, your quality might suffer (or seem to), but you lay down one word at a time. And you make headway on your work in progress.
Inspiration makes it easier to write. Motivation makes it easier to write. But neither is necessary when you have notes or an outline. This is why I like outlines so much. Once I discovered outlines, I no longer had the excuse for writer’s block. When you have an outline, you can make it more and more detailed – almost to a sentence level – so you always know what to write.
An outline does not need to be an alpha-numeric list. Mine starts as a…
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This read looks delish!
“SQUEEEEEE” about sums up this amazeball looking read!
The heavens will deliver a rare treat to moonstruck romantics and werewolves Sunday who rise before the sun.
A feat of lunar synchronicity will create a Supermoon.
This happens when the moon is full and at the same time reaches its perigee — the closest point to Earth in its orbit, according to NASA.
It makes for the biggest, brightest moon of the year.