“Gioia di vivere” Basta trovarla!!! Il filo conduttore è la CURIOSITÀ! Si può iniziare a capire quali sono le tue qualità e mantenerle a tutti i costi. Può essere il tuo umorismo, la tua umanità, la tua audacia. Lo sappiamo non è così semplice trovare un equilibrio ma è POSSIBILE. Non rinunciamo a cercare tutto ciò che ci da gioia, per PAURA del giudizio degli altri, ascoltiamoci e prendiamoci sul serio 😀
Buongiorno a chi crede ancora in qualcosa,
a chi vive forte e sbaglia,
a chi è spettinato perché gli piace andare contro vento,
a chi sa che tutto quello che conta è l’inaspettato.
Besito anime 😉💋
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How beautiful are these pictures from @xxbridieboo at her most recent trip to Disney! 🥰
She’s wearing our pink glitter castle sweatshirt with pink glitter for those of you who ask about colour ways 💕
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Going through old photos and thought I would post a few this week - This photo is where it all started. The original photo of Wonky Highland Cow in colour! Taken in 2016.
I'm pretty sure I was using Auto settings on my camera for this photos as I had no idea what I was really doing 🤣 #weallstartsomewhere
Neil Armstrong and David Scott looking badass in those Aviators 😎
This photo was taken on March 17, 1966, and shows Gemini VIII astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott sitting in their spacecraft while waiting for the arrival of the recovery ship, the USS Leonardo Mason, but what you can't see is that that mission almost ended up in a catastrophe. If Gemini 8 had failed, NASA would most likely have been shut down!
The spacecraft was planned to fly a three-days mission but it was back on Earth within 11 hours of its launch. The spacecraft had successfully performed the first space docking, but then a thruster, that could not be switched off, sent the docked assembly into a spin. When mission commander Neil Armstrong brought the spacecraft under control after undocking from the Agena it was found that most of the propellant had been used, resulting in an emergency return to Earth.
This mission proved that NASA’s astronauts and flight controllers really did have the right stuff needed to handle life-or-death situations. In fact, several senior NASA managers have credited Armstrong and the Gemini 8 Mission Controllers with saving the space program. Less than a month earlier, two astronauts had been killed when their plane crashed during a bad-weather landing. At the time, there was growing sentiment in Congress that the Moon landing was a fantastic money-pit; a spacecraft malfunction killing two astronauts — so soon after the deaths of two others — would have been just the excuse the Luddites needed to shut NASA down.
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Probably one of the most instagramable gallery walls on insta ..... our MAGIC print is living it’s best life here !! Photo and gallery wall credit : @nest_twenty_eight
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Last Sunday was #Mothersday in many parts of the world and this photo I took a while ago in #Myanmar has always aptivated me, even though you can't see the mother's face you can see her love towards the child by the posture of her body, by how tight she's embracing him.