It’s no surprise, I like spending time online. I listen to music, chat with friends, watch videos and I read. Boy, do I read. I figured I’d share some of the stuff that I find interesting.
Liar, Liar! – “A new study shows that 62 per cent of us pretend to have read classic novels in order to appear more intelligent.”
Take a peek! – Look inside someone’s closet.
Boys and Their Fathers: Uncanny Portraits Blend Fathers And Sons Into A Single Person
Video: Welcome to World – Why Poverty?
““Welcome to the World” travels around the globe to examine the lottery of childbirth. Directed by Brian Hill for the Why Poverty? series, the documentary profiles three impoverished women having babies in the U.S., Cambodia and Sierra Leone and looks at the different options and chances that greet the world’s youngest citizens.”
I think many of us wonder if we did something wrong to cause our #miscarriage. You didn't. It's not your fault. xx
— MiscarriageHelp (@miscarriage_hlp) September 8, 2013
Sad news to report! @JackOsbourne's wife @MrsLisaOsbourne has a later term #miscarriage & lost their baby boy: http://t.co/tmqD597HOz
— Celebrity Baby Scoop (@celeb_babyscoop) September 6, 2013
You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take, unless you’re Todd’s uncle on Breaking Bad last night. He apparently misses every shot.
— Rob Fee (@robfee) September 9, 2013
When you experience moments of having nothing, you learn to appreciate everything.
— Sweet Cheeks (@supertweetjen) September 9, 2013