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Superheroes in Action

Don't miss Superheroes in Action today on Exploring with Jake! http://writebonnierose.wordpress.com/2012/11/04/superheroes-in-action/

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28 things I wish I'd known before I started traveling

Two high school football players in Steubenville, Ohio are under arrest for the sexual assault of a girl. The case has received national attention after evidence of the alleged attack first surfaced on social media. Alexandra Goddard blogs at Prinniefied.

from Classy Clutter

10 Awesome Boy's Bedroom Ideas

This is my current Little boy’s airplane room and they are itching for a change. They’re requesting a superhero room but we are exploring some options. Superheroes are pretty cool! Here are some awesome boy’s rooms to get our creative juices flowing! These are all so darling! Red and Grey Boy’s Room Vintage Airplane Boy’s Room Industrial...Read More »

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Scans Reveal Brain Abnormalities in Fibromyalgia Patients

Scans Reveal Brain Abnormalities in Fibromyalgia Patients....even more proof that Fibro is real!

from The Huffington Post

Conscious Relationships

Conscious Relationships: 10 Rules of Relationship Conflict Resolution. DON"T yell, cuss, call names, ALWAYS confirm care and concern, open to the idea that I may be wrong, work to apologize first, discover WHAT is right not WHO

from The Huffington Post

WATCH: 'Disabled' Mannequins Will Change The Way You See Beauty

It's no secret that the smooth, plastic bodies staring out of store windows aren't true physical replicas of the people who stare back at them. But there's no reason they can't be. Take a Moment to Watch and share!

from Mamavation

Ronald McDonalds Charities Not So McDonaldy

No matter how you feel about the fast food, the Ronald McDonald houses are a wonderful charity. Truly a godsend for those of us who need it.

""This is one of the most serious cases I have seen," Family Court commissioner Molly Merrigan said. The 10-year-old told authorities she wasn't allowed to eat every day and she didn't want to go home again. When her mother was arrested, she told authorities that she put her daughter in the closet when she had to leave the house, according to court documents."