Home Improvements: New Sink

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The new bathroom sink has been installed after 2 days of trial and error… An old house comes with its set of issues…

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The old sink will be re-purposed as a bird bath in the Zen Garden. IMG_4892

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Sad Animal Facts: The Cutest Way to Ruin Your Day

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Fatémé Ahmadi 1 day agoThey never die by heart attach.

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Linda Holmgren 1 day agoHahaha!! Brilliant!

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Michelle G. (Micaylah na Clan fra Skye) 1 day agoDogfish have the longest known gestation period of any shark, at 18 to 24 months. Basking sharks and frilled sharks appear to have even longer gestation periods, but accurate data are lacking.

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RJazz909 10 hours agoAnother bear: “OH MOTHER OF GOD SOMEONE CAMPING JUST POOPED AND DIDN’T BURY IT!!!!”

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RJazz909 10 hours agoAwwwhhhh….poor beez…Everyone if you see a bee just stay out of its way and let it do its thing….they work most of there lives and people are saying there population is decreasing. So next time if you’re about to kill a bee, just think…if you kill that bee its just one step closer for death to bees, and fresh tasty honey….

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Neil Adrian 1 day agoSo that’s what the fox says?

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Micaela Olivera 1 day agoSometimes, i feel like an octopus…

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Rism 1 day agoT-T

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Lilo Fer Agui 1 day agohoping nobody do this to see it happen… 😦

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Lara Strawbridge 1 day agoWalruses?! What?!?

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What career should you be in?

After answering a series of questions, it was decided I should be a…Viticulturist!

You are close to nature, hardworking, and combine a certain sense of taste with sales ability. You could scale the Mount Olympus of wines with the vines you cultivate! You enjoy being outdoors and are not afraid to get your hands dirty. You are careful and have not only a very keen sense of taste, but also a strong sense of enjoyment. Your organizational skills and pragmatic vein allow you to profit from the fruits of your labor on the market. You should really become a viticulturist!