Bangs are back, y’all. 😁💁 Selfie game is shameless these days. 👌
What's your Instagram? You post good pictures.
@kelley_b - thanks!
It’s finally time to start pulling out Cassie’s Halloween costumes. I bring you this outfit from 2011 - The Headless Horseman! #bostonterrier #dogsincostume #halloween #tbt
Everyone who terrifies you is sixty-five percent water.
And everyone you love is made of stardust, and I know sometimes
you cannot even breathe deeply, and
the night sky is no home, and
you have cried yourself to sleep enough times
that you are down to your last two percent, but
nothing is infinite,
not even loss.
You are made of the sea and the stars, and one day
you are going to find yourself again.
(Source: finnualabutler, via dlbgyd)
My heart is just sinking knowing I won’t wake up to this for the next 7 days. #bostonterrier #vscocam (at Wolf Camp Mansion)
Added a bit of home to my baby. Taking it everywhere I venture on this bad boy. Thank you @triplesixcrewdeathco via @murderously. #hsp #hsp38 #stanridgespeed #highstreetpersuit
Yesterday was the anniversary of the first time humans set foot upon another world. Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, and Neil Armstrong lifted away from Earth on July 16, 1969, and on July 20, 1969, Aldrin and Armstrong effectively sliced all of history into two different halves.
Collins represents an interesting paradox. While he was one of the three Apollo 11 astronauts to go to the Moon, he didn’t walk on its surface. His task was to stay in orbit, on board the Command Module, while Armstrong and Aldrin cavorted upon the lunar surface.
Some people feel sorry for him, getting almost all the way to the Moon but denied the opportunity to land there.
But he also had a singular opportunity: He became the farthest man in the Universe. When he circled the far side of the Moon, the nearest people to him were thousands of kilometers away, and ignoring them, the rest of humanity was 400,000 kilometers distant. A quarter million miles.
This image, taken by him, shows the Lunar Module carrying Aldrin and Armstrong returning to orbit, about to rendezvous with the Command Module carrying Collins.
A thought: Michael Collins is the only human being, living or dead, not in the frame of this picture.