The war started along time ago. You were just to stupid, waiting to notice when Tyler would come. I was the first victim of this war. I lost my innocence.

The war started along time ago. You were just to stupid, waiting to notice when Tyler would come. I was the first victim of this war. I lost my innocence.

The secret to happiness is to never expect anything from anyone, then you will never be disappointed. #IamOneMind

The secret to happiness is to never expect anything from anyone, then you will never be disappointed. #IamOneMind

Nelson Coat of Arms and History : The Danish surname Nelson is patronymic in origin, being derived from the first name of a father. In this case, Nelson is associated with the personal name "Nel" and the surname simply denotes "a son of Nel". Nel is in fact an Old Irish personal name more frequently found in the form "Niall" and both are derived from the Gaelic word "nia", meaning, literally, "champion".

Nelson Coat of Arms and History : The Danish surname Nelson is patronymic in origin, being derived from the first name of a father. In this case, Nelson is associated with the personal name "Nel" and the surname simply denotes "a son of Nel". Nel is in fact an Old Irish personal name more frequently found in the form "Niall" and both are derived from the Gaelic word "nia", meaning, literally, "champion".

Nelson Coat of Arms and History : The English surname Nelson is patronymic in origin, being one of those names derived from the first name of a father. In this case it simply denotes "son of Nell," from the Old Irish personal name Nel or Niall, which is derived from the Gaelic word "nia," meaning "champion." This name was carried to Iceland by the Scandanavians as Njall, taken to Norway, then to France, and brought to England by the Normans in the wake of the Conquest (1066).

Nelson Coat of Arms and History : The English surname Nelson is patronymic in origin, being one of those names derived from the first name of a father. In this case it simply denotes "son of Nell," from the Old Irish personal name Nel or Niall, which is derived from the Gaelic word "nia," meaning "champion." This name was carried to Iceland by the Scandanavians as Njall, taken to Norway, then to France, and brought to England by the Normans in the wake of the Conquest (1066).

Day 5 of Kwanzaa: Nia means purpose; raising all our children is essential

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Day 5 of Kwanzaa: Nia means purpose; raising all our children is essential

#Kwanzaa Printable. Nia means Purpose {PLEASE DO NOT ALTER THIS IMAGE WITHOUT PERMISSION}

#Kwanzaa Printable. Nia means Purpose {PLEASE DO NOT ALTER THIS IMAGE WITHOUT PERMISSION}

@Ylenia Nia Manganelli Oh my gosh! My life suddenly has meaning! Again. ;) #cantwait #gameofthrones #gameofthronesseason4 #gameofthronesseasonfour #got #gotseason4 #gotseasonfour #premier #season4 #seasonfour #seasonpremier

@Ylenia Nia Manganelli Oh my gosh! My life suddenly has meaning! Again. ;) #cantwait #gameofthrones #gameofthronesseason4 #gameofthronesseasonfour #got #gotseason4 #gotseasonfour #premier #season4 #seasonfour #seasonpremier

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