An Awfully Big Adventure
Falling forward represents my thoughts, dreams and aspirations while being catapulted through life as a 19 year old. Read on as I share what inspires me and all that makes my life an awfully big adventure! hit counter
dyingofcute:

such a peaceful retreat

dyingofcute:

such a peaceful retreat

lucrezziaborgias:

“Pea Blossoms” (1890) by Sir Edward John Poynter (1836-1919).

lucrezziaborgias:

“Pea Blossoms” (1890) by Sir Edward John Poynter (1836-1919).

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simply-divine-creation:

Ruth 1:16 Where you go I’ll go, where you stay I’ll stay »» Camille Pun

simply-divine-creation:

Ruth 1:16 Where you go I’ll go, where you stay I’ll stay »» Camille Pun

allthingseurope:

Königssee, Germany (by Leto A.)

allthingseurope:

Königssee, Germany (by Leto A.)

fewthistle:

Friends: Parisian rain. August 1934.
Photographer: Unknown (via Gamma-Keystone Collection/Getty Images)

fewthistle:

Friends: Parisian rain. August 1934.

Photographer: Unknown (via Gamma-Keystone Collection/Getty Images)

One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today.
Dale Carnegie
#lategram from this weekend’s wilderness adventure. Sometimes I can’t even handle how beautiful the northwest is! #wa_nderlust

#lategram from this weekend’s wilderness adventure. Sometimes I can’t even handle how beautiful the northwest is! #wa_nderlust

My philosophy homework doesn’t seem as daunting in a place like this. 🌸☕️👌

My philosophy homework doesn’t seem as daunting in a place like this. 🌸☕️👌

etherealvistas:

Mt. Fuji and sakura (Japan) by nipomen2

etherealvistas:

Mt. Fuji and sakura (Japan) by nipomen2

(Source: flic.kr)

Today was a day of great friends, waterfalls, and blazing our own trail. #wa_nderlust

Today was a day of great friends, waterfalls, and blazing our own trail. #wa_nderlust

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During the First World War (1914-1918), soldiers ordered a cease-fire truce during Christmas time, so soldiers wouldn’t have to fight on the holiday.  Soldiers from opposing forces exchanged cigarettes and other goods, and even engaged in activities like football, as depicted in this photo from 1915.  This Christmas Truce is now seen as a symbolic moment of peace amidst one of the bloodiest battles ever fought in history.

During the First World War (1914-1918), soldiers ordered a cease-fire truce during Christmas time, so soldiers wouldn’t have to fight on the holiday.  Soldiers from opposing forces exchanged cigarettes and other goods, and even engaged in activities like football, as depicted in this photo from 1915.  This Christmas Truce is now seen as a symbolic moment of peace amidst one of the bloodiest battles ever fought in history.