londonreese:

Small one on Jody. We talked about our love of Hawaii the entire session. Keep the Disney projects coming! #kwadronneedles #prophetsandpoets #ohana #liloandstitch #stitch #intenze #bishoprotary #redemptionaftercare #disney #hawaii #vaticanstudios #londonreese


Need!

londonreese:

Small one on Jody. We talked about our love of Hawaii the entire session. Keep the Disney projects coming! #kwadronneedles #prophetsandpoets #ohana #liloandstitch #stitch #intenze #bishoprotary #redemptionaftercare #disney #hawaii #vaticanstudios #londonreese

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llbwwb:

Todays Cuteness :)  (via 500px / Kids at play by Bob Pietrowski)

❤️❤️❤️❤️

llbwwb:

Todays Cuteness :) (via 500px / Kids at play by Bob Pietrowski)

❤️❤️❤️❤️

sdzoo:

Mendazzi by Helene Hoffman

Whatchu talkin bout Willis!

sdzoo:

Mendazzi by Helene Hoffman

Whatchu talkin bout Willis!

pubhealth:

U.S. Healthcare: Most Expensive and Worst Performing
In a new international ranking, the United Kingdom ranks first, while the U.S. performs poorly across almost all health metrics.

The origin of the phrase “You get what you pay for” is sometimes attributed to the fashion mogul Aldo Gucci, who said, “The bitterness of low quality is remembered long after the sweetness of low price has faded.” But when it comes to healthcare, Americans get neither quality nor affordability.
The United States healthcare system is the most expensive in the world, but when it comes to health outcomes, it performs worse than 11 other similar industrialized nations, according to a new report released today by the Commonwealth Fund.
The nonprofit examined the health systems of Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, and it found that the U.S. was last or near-last in measures of health access, efficiency, and equity.
(From The Atlantic)


Looks like I’m heading to England!!

pubhealth:

U.S. Healthcare: Most Expensive and Worst Performing

In a new international ranking, the United Kingdom ranks first, while the U.S. performs poorly across almost all health metrics.

The origin of the phrase “You get what you pay for” is sometimes attributed to the fashion mogul Aldo Gucci, who said, “The bitterness of low quality is remembered long after the sweetness of low price has faded.” But when it comes to healthcare, Americans get neither quality nor affordability.

The United States healthcare system is the most expensive in the world, but when it comes to health outcomes, it performs worse than 11 other similar industrialized nations, according to a new report released today by the Commonwealth Fund.

The nonprofit examined the health systems of Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, and it found that the U.S. was last or near-last in measures of health access, efficiency, and equity.

(From The Atlantic)

Looks like I’m heading to England!!

h4ilstorm:

Elephant
rock-quote:

Rock Quotes
mybestlovequotes:

My Best Love Quotes #NewPost [14]

mybestlovequotes:

My Best Love Quotes #NewPost [14]

llbwwb:


(via 500px / Eyes by Balázs Németh)
lovenaturewildlife:

Breathtaking Planet Earth (via 500px / Mothers Watchful Eye by Chris Fischer) via Tumblr

lovenaturewildlife:

Breathtaking Planet Earth (via 500px / Mothers Watchful Eye by Chris Fischer) via Tumblr

spooniestrong:

thecloverchainproject:

(we’re a new project just starting out today, so we would love if you would reblog this to spread the word!)

The Clover Chain Project

Our mission? To combat the feelings of being lonely, unwanted, and worthless in teens, where we think these feelings are most often the most prevalent.

Check out this blog — especially our younger Spoonies — looks like a great resource.