Glitters and Rainbows
evildead:

The ultimate evil will be unleashed to the public on April 5, 2013. REBLOG if you’ll be facing your fears in one month.

evildead:

The ultimate evil will be unleashed to the public on April 5, 2013. REBLOG if you’ll be facing your fears in one month.

My Cousin, Joanne Rodriguez

http://www.change.org/petitions/accountability-justice-and-change-paramedics-get-suspended-for-only-two-days?utm_campaign=friend_inviter_modal&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition&utm_term=permissions_dialog_true

My cousin, Joanne Rodriguez, died at the sweet age of 24 while nine months pregnant. She suffered from asthma (As do I) and fell while walking down a flight of stairs. She was alive when the paramedics came to their door, but the paramedics weren’t prepared at all, with any equipment to help her breath. And as they walked her to the gurney outside and slid her into the ambulance, it still took them time to leave to the hospital. At the hospital is where she died. Inside the ambulance, all because the doors jammed and wouldn’t open. Please give my family two minutes of your time to sign this petition, and spread the word. We shouldn’t have to worry whether or not the EMT’s are coming prepared or whether or not they even care about what they do. Their job is to save people, and that’s not what they did for my cousin. Sign the petition and help us be heard against this abuse. Many women have died because of the negligence. Help us stop it. She left behind a son, who now has brain damage because of this horrible event, and she also left behind her husband. They had gotten married only one year ago.

Futures

Some people try to live in the now because we only have one life to live…It’s true, we do only have one life to live; but that doesn’t mean we have to live in the now, we also have to plan for our future. Some people don’t understand that. Some people think that just because we could be shot, or ran over by a car when we walk out of our homes, that we should go to that party, and drink that last bit of Henny. No. We shouldn’t. We should prepare for what’s in our future, we should think about what we’re going to do when we grow up. I know each and every turn when I think about my future, and that’s only because of my past.

I know that when I begin my work as a Nanny I want to re-enlist in school, and continue my goal to becoming a chef, when I graduate, I know that I’m going to switch careers and get a a job as a interning chef, or just a chef on the line, and go to school for business and Management. I know that when I finish school, I want to open up my own catering business to bring in customers, and then I want to open up my first restaurant in the City, and within the first two years of my restaurant opening, I want to move to Ireland, and get started on my business’ there, and start on my family and raise my children there. Then when my kids are older and my husband (If we’re married by then) agrees with me, I want to take my family and move to a farm in Savannah, GA to start my organic veggies and Fruits.

That to me is living like you could die tomorrow. Creating a plan for the future just in case you make it to the future. You don’t want to live life day by day and not know what’s coming in five or ten years.

montsecalva:

reblog x

don’t be a party popper :)

religiousragings:

National Geographic’s Amazing Hubble Images

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Absolutely beautiful

Gansters of the Middle Earth

Give thanks for what you are now, and keep fighting for what you want to be tomorrow.
Fernanda Miramontes-Landeros
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The different avatars of Harry Potter