Resilience - the ability to recover from illness, change, or misfortune.
savannahsteelmagnolia:

sweetestesthome:

Paint the sides of drawers, too! The B&W patterns make a fun surprise each time you open a drawer.Click to check a cool blog!
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I LOVE it!

savannahsteelmagnolia:

sweetestesthome:

Paint the sides of drawers, too! The B&W patterns make a fun surprise each time you open a drawer.

Click to check a cool blog!

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I LOVE it!

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l4dyboner:

I want to sit in that bucket with them

l4dyboner:

I want to sit in that bucket with them

(Source: doctom666, via redlips-shakinhips)

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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

A Leidenfrost droplet impregnated with hydrophilic beads hovers on a thin film of its own vapor. The Leidenfrost effect occurs when a liquid touches a solid surface much, much hotter than its boiling point. Instead of boiling entirely away, part of the liquid vaporizes and the remaining liquid survives for extended periods while the vapor layer insulates it from the hot surface. Hydrophilic beads inserted into Leidenfrost water droplets initially sink and are completely enveloped by the liquid. But, as the drop evaporates, the beads self-organize, forming a monolayer that coats the surface of the drop. The outer surface of the beads drys out, trapping the beads and causing the evaporation rate to slow because less liquid is exposed. (Photo credit: L. Maquet et al.; research paper - pdf)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

A Leidenfrost droplet impregnated with hydrophilic beads hovers on a thin film of its own vapor. The Leidenfrost effect occurs when a liquid touches a solid surface much, much hotter than its boiling point. Instead of boiling entirely away, part of the liquid vaporizes and the remaining liquid survives for extended periods while the vapor layer insulates it from the hot surface. Hydrophilic beads inserted into Leidenfrost water droplets initially sink and are completely enveloped by the liquid. But, as the drop evaporates, the beads self-organize, forming a monolayer that coats the surface of the drop. The outer surface of the beads drys out, trapping the beads and causing the evaporation rate to slow because less liquid is exposed. (Photo credit: L. Maquet et al.; research paper - pdf)

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m.v., your poem. (via findingwordsforthoughts)

sometimes
i wish
i could turn you
inside out,
just to get a glimpse
of all the love
you hide.
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whitepaperquotes:

Handwritten by whitepaperquotes contributor Lauren

whitepaperquotes:

Handwritten by whitepaperquotes contributor Lauren

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