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ODU Junior
Women's rowing varsity coxswain.
Majoring in Comm: PR
Minoring in Psych
night or nighttime

night or nighttime

2 years ago
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I am super bored, everyone decided to leave Thursday night, instead of Friday. What to do?!

I am super bored, everyone decided to leave Thursday night, instead of Friday. What to do?!

2 years ago
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Maybe we like the pain. Maybe we’re wired that way. Because without it, I don’t know, maybe we just wouldn’t feel real.
Meredith Grey, Grey’s Anatomy (via bassful)

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2 years ago
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Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are having a baby! I’m excited!

Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are having a baby! I’m excited!

2 years ago
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omg where are they? I will go pick them up right now!

omg where are they? I will go pick them up right now!

2 years ago
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I can recite all the words to mean girls
They called me Regina George in high school but I am no where near that smart!

I can recite all the words to mean girls

They called me Regina George in high school but I am no where near that smart!

2 years ago
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dinner
comfy simple

dinner

comfy simple

2 years ago
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DIY ice pack

DIY Ice Pack Recipe
1.    Select Ziploc bag size of choice (double or triple bag to protect against leaks).
2.    Get a big bottle of cheap dish soap.

3.    Load up the Ziploc about 1/2 – 3/4 full. Close the bag a couple of times squishing out the air each time. Freeze

.**Note: If you read the comments from this post, it looks like adding rubbing alcohol to the soap is recommended!
Give it a try! This could even be a clever gift for a new mom, since we all know kids + any possible hard surface = bumps and bruises.

  • Double or triple-bag your ziplock. Put the soap in one bag, then put another 1 or 2 bags around it. One reader suggested you could even zip it shut then super glue it shut so prevent leaks. Or you could use one baggie, freeze it entirely, then seal it in a foodsaver bag (here’s what I use).
  • Do smaller bags rather than the big gallon ones.
  • Wrap them in a towel when you use it.
  • Replace them after a while. I’m sure eventually, just as regular ice packs due, they will wear out. No one wants soap everywhere, so just keep an eye on them! :)


You’re Welcome :)
-Lauralee                  http://www.funcheaporfree.com/2011/04/youre-welcome-wednesday-diy-ice-packs.html

2 years ago
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Tag, you’re it!

Here are the rules: Each tagged person must post ten things about themselves. You have to choose and tag ten people. Go to their blogs and tell them you tagged them.

1. I’m quiet but secretly I love to talk.

2. I am a Division 1 coxswain for ODU rowing.

3. I love painting, drawing, coloring, and taking pictures, but I’m not very good at any of them.

4. I am 20 years old and still have no clue what I want to be when I grow up.

5. My favorite restaurant is Chipotle.

6. I like to cook

7. I think everything should be pink, including cars, houses, horses and especially zebras.

8. I have been to more countries than most people will ever go to in their life.

9. Peacocks are the coolest animal in the world.

10. Being an aunt is the best thing in my life right now.

2 years ago
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baby in a hammock!

baby in a hammock!

2 years ago
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