#FlashbackFriday King Kayden Walter! πŸ˜˜πŸ’•

#FlashbackFriday King Kayden Walter! πŸ˜˜πŸ’•

The best thing about being a mother is how unpredictable children can be. The silly stuff they do. Like where does he think he’s going with a flip flop and a shoe on?

The best thing about being a mother is how unpredictable children can be. The silly stuff they do. Like where does he think he’s going with a flip flop and a shoe on?

#GoodMorning!

#GoodMorning!


Johnny Depp in Cry-Baby (1990).

Johnny Depp in Cry-Baby (1990).

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What $950 gets you in Georgia

reddlr-trees:

What $950 gets you in Georgia

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I think I have such a beautiful smile!

I think I have such a beautiful smile!

Me and my everything. Been friends since forever and I’m still not tired of her ass. She’s my friend, sister, diary,   best man of honor (some shit we made up, my right hand, day one, back bone, and baby daddy! I love and appreciate her and cherish my friendship. I love you Peacock!

Me and my everything. Been friends since forever and I’m still not tired of her ass. She’s my friend, sister, diary, best man of honor (some shit we made up, my right hand, day one, back bone, and baby daddy! I love and appreciate her and cherish my friendship. I love you Peacock!

victoriousvocabulary:

LACUNA
[noun]
1. a gap or missing part, as in a manuscript, series, or logical argument; hiatus; unfilled interval.
2. Anatomy: a cavity, space, or depression, especially in a bone, containing cartilage or bone cells.
3. Botany: an air space in the cellular tissue of plants.
Etymology: from Latin lacuna, “pool, cavity”, from lacus, “lake”.
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victoriousvocabulary:

LACUNA

[noun]

1. a gap or missing part, as in a manuscript, series, or logical argument; hiatus; unfilled interval.

2.Β Anatomy: a cavity, space, or depression, especially in a bone, containing cartilage or bone cells.

3.Β Botany: an air space in the cellular tissue of plants.

Etymology: from LatinΒ lacuna, β€œpool, cavity”, fromΒ lacus, β€œlake”.

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