Tight hug w/ him ❤

Long hug & Tight hug ☺

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Do you ever get to that point where you just want the longest and tightest hug ever ? That feeling you get when you hug someone and you just don’t wanna let go 😚

Girls Favorite hug,

There’s that one type of hug that a girl loves. That tight hug where you put some stregth into it, using yourboth arms not just one. The one where a girl could bury her face in a guy’s chest, that makes her feel safe & secure. That makes her feel warm on the outside & inside, that makes her fel wanted, that last for a while, and that would give her the impression that you care 💓

My own Abilities 👑

My Skills

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We all have our own abilities that we can learn in our daily life. That abilities we can used in our future life . In my Elementary to Junior High I joined in every Fieldemo , Interpretative Dance , and other acitivity. So I can say that I have a talent in dancing , this ability of mine  that i can bring to my future. I have a talent to socializing to other people and that I want to be a (Flight Attendant) someday and to Travel all around the world. Forcing myself to do what I can not make is so hard but IF WANT I CAN DO THIS ! I want to appendthe guitar for my skills , I want to learn this instrument. My Bestfriend is trying so hard to teach me in how to play a Guitar but I’m left handed HAHAHAHAHA so if can do this I’m so happy 😊

THANKYOU (Mama & Papa)💌

I LOVE YOU MAMA & PAPA ! 💞

It’s hard to find the right words to tell you how i feel.

I want to deeply thank you for all you’ve done for me.

But “Thank you” only begins to say what’s in my heart today.

I sometimes took for granted your guidance and carring ways.

The sacrifice for made for me may have seemed to go unnoticed.

But, as I start a new chapter in my life.

I want you to know that your love and support are among my most cherised memories.

YOUR DEAREST BABY GIRL 😊 ,

FRIENDSHIP 👯

THE SQUAD !

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Here we are making memories of our Friendship 😊

What a joy to having a friend like them for giving me  strength like they do

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For lifting me up when I’m feeling down and putting a smile on my face when I’m wearing a frown

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Thanks for being their for me no matter what gals !

Being a Belieber 😍

JUSTIN DREW MALLETE BIEBER

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I can imagine that when I watch his MV (BABY) I was attract on him like ommo ommo ! His just so damn perfect  for me ! His Eyes 👀 his nose 👃 his perfect voice🎼 his damn smile 😁 and all about HIM  😍

I don’t know how I got here
I knew it wouldn’t be easy
But your faith in me was so clear
It didn’t matter how many times I got knocked on the floor
But you knew one day I would be standing tall
Just look at me now

Cause everything starts from something
But something would be nothing
Nothing if your heart didn’t dream with me
Where would I be, if you didn’t believe

There were days when I was just broken, you know
There were nights when I was doubting myself
But you kept my heart from falling
It didn’t matter how many times I got knocked on the floor
But you knew one day I would be standing tall
Just look at us now

Cause everything starts from something
But something would be nothing
Nothing if your heart didn’t dream with me
Where would I be, if you didn’t believe

One of his song BELIEVE !

I WILL BE A BELIEBER FOREVER !

The Beauty of Nature 🌷

3d-nature-wallpapers-for-mobile-phones.jpgI sometimes stare at the sky and wonder why we have made such a mess of things.  I wonder how we can tear up the seas and use up the trees all in the name of progress.  It is such a tragedy that we are damaging things so fast and they will soon be way beyond repair.

It is very sad to think future generations will not have the natural things to enjoy as we have had, and that they will be paupers when it comes to the offerings of the natural world.

But, preserving nature is one thing … appreciating it is quite another.  There is so very much beauty all around us to see, touch, and hear.  Nature is so miraculous because it is always changing.  No matter how many times you look at something, it is always different.

Nature can set a sky aflame at sunset or magically transform a familiar landscape into a snow-white wonderland.  It can paint a rainbow in the sky, paint beautiful autumn colors on trees, or paint a clump of daffodils in the grass with glow of soft sunlight.

Nature can bring a lot of beauty into our lives.  Nature has a way of affecting our moods and it can force us to change our plans.  Nature is responsible for the sun, clouds, rain, and snow.  When it is sunny and bright outside, we feel cheerful inside.  When it is cloudy and rainy, we often feel gloomy.  When there is a beautiful and starry night, the moonlight makes us feel romantic.

The Famous Writter 👵

Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway

 (1899–1961)

 Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway is seen as one of the great American 20th century novelists, and is known for works like A Farewell to Arms and The Old Man and the Sea.

Born on July 21, 1899, in Cicero (now in Oak Park), Illinois, Ernest Hemingway served in World War I and worked in journalism before publishing his story collection In Our Time. He was renowned for novels like The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and The Old Man and the Sea, which won the 1953 Pulitzer. In 1954, Hemingway won the Nobel Prize. He committed suicide on July 2, 1961, in Ketchum, Idaho.

Born on July 21, 1899, in Cicero (now in Oak Park), Illinois, Ernest Hemingway served in World War I and worked in journalism before publishing his story collection In Our Time. He was renowned for novels like The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and The Old Man and the Sea, which won the 1953 Pulitzer. In 1954, Hemingway won the Nobel Prize. He committed suicide on July 2, 1961, in Ketchum, Idaho.

Early Life and Career

Ernest Miller Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, in Cicero (now in Oak Park), Illinois. Clarence and Grace Hemingway raised their son in this conservative suburb of Chicago, but the family also spent a great deal of time in northern Michigan, where they had a cabin. It was there that the future sportsman learned to hunt, fish and appreciate the outdoors.

In high school, Hemingway worked on his school newspaper, Trapeze and Tabula, writing primarily about sports. Immediately after graduation, the budding journalist went to work for the Kansas City Star, gaining experience that would later influence his distinctively stripped-down prose style.

He once said, “On the Star you were forced to learn to write a simple declarative sentence. This is useful to anyone. Newspaper work will not harm a young writer and could help him if he gets out of it in time.”

Military Experience

In 1918, Hemingway went overseas to serve in World War I as an ambulance driver in the Italian Army. For his service, he was awarded the Italian Silver Medal of Bravery, but soon sustained injuries that landed him in a hospital in Milan.

There he met a nurse named Agnes von Kurowsky, who soon accepted his proposal of marriage, but later left him for another man. This devastated the young writer but provided fodder for his works “A Very Short Story” and, more famously, A Farewell to Arms.

Still nursing his injury and recovering from the brutalities of war at the young age of 20, he returned to the United States and spent time in northern Michigan before taking a job at the Toronto Star.

It was in Chicago that Hemingway met Hadley Richardson, the woman who would become his first wife. The couple married and quickly moved to Paris, where Hemingway worked as a foreign correspondent for the Star.

Life in Europe

In Paris, Hemingway soon became a key part of what Gertrude Stein would famously call “The Lost Generation.” With Stein as his mentor, Hemingway made the acquaintance of many of the great writers and artists of his generation, such as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, Pablo Picasso and James Joyce. In 1923, Hemingway and Hadley had a son, John Hadley Nicanor Hemingway. By this time the writer had also begun frequenting the famous Festival of San Fermin in Pamplona, Spain.

In 1925, the couple, joining a group of British and American expatriates, took a trip to the festival that would later provided the basis of Hemingway’s first novel, The Sun Also Rises. The novel is widely considered Hemingway’s greatest work, artfully examining the postwar disillusionment of his generation.

Soon after the publication of The Sun Also Rises, Hemingway and Hadley divorced, due in part to his affair with a woman named Pauline Pfeiffer, who would become Hemingway’s second wife shortly after his divorce from Hadley was finalized. The author continued to work on his book of short stories, Men Without Women.

Critical Acclaim

Soon, Pauline became pregnant and the couple decided to move back to America. After the birth of their son Patrick Hemingway in 1928, they settled in Key West, Florida, but summered in Wyoming. During this time, Hemingway finished his celebrated World War I novel A Farewell to Arms, securing his lasting place in the literary canon.

When he wasn’t writing, Hemingway spent much of the 1930s chasing adventure: big-game hunting in Africa, bullfighting in Spain, deep-sea fishing in Florida. While reporting on the Spanish Civil War in 1937, Hemingway met a fellow war correspondent named Martha Gellhorn (soon to become wife number three) and gathered material for his next novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls, which would eventually be nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.

Almost predictably, his marriage to Pauline Pfeiffer deteriorated and the couple divorced. Gellhorn and Hemingway married soon after and purchased a farm near Havana, Cuba, which would serve as their winter residence.

When the United States entered World War II in 1941, Hemingway served as a correspondent and was present at several of the war’s key moments, including the D-Day landing. Toward the end of the war, Hemingway met another war correspondent, Mary Welsh, whom he would later marry after divorcing Martha Gellhorn.

In 1951, Hemingway wrote The Old Man and the Sea, which would become perhaps his most famous book, finally winning him the Pulitzer Prize he had long been denied.

Personal Struggles and Suicide

The author continued his forays into Africa and sustained several injuries during his adventures, even surviving multiple plane crashes.

In 1954, he won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Even at this peak of his literary career, though, the burly Hemingway’s body and mind were beginning to betray him. Recovering from various old injuries in Cuba, Hemingway suffered from depression and was treated for numerous conditions such as high blood pressure and liver disease.

He wrote A Moveable Feast, a memoir of his years in Paris, and retired permanently to Idaho. There he continued to battle with deteriorating mental and physical health.

Early on the morning of July 2, 1961, Ernest Hemingway committed suicide in his Ketchum home.

Legacy

Hemingway left behind an impressive body of work and an iconic style that still influences writers today. His personality and constant pursuit of adventure loomed almost as large as his creative talent.

When asked by George Plimpton about the function of his art, Hemingway proved once again to be a master of the “one true sentence”: “From things that have happened and from things as they exist and from all things that you know and all those you cannot know, you make something through your invention that is not a representation but a whole new thing truer than anything true and alive, and you make it alive, and if you make it well enough, you give it immortality.”