Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Monday, June 17, 2013
The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia Was originally opened in the 1900s for medical students to come and see in person ;extremely rare conditions, and the effects of diseases that had been cured or eradicated. It still stands today as the best place for medical students to get ” hands on” experience . As well as a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.I WILL go here on day.
Really wanna go here someday.
loved this place
the-ugliest-girl-youve-ever-seen asked: I seriously smell so good now from this I love it! Bath twins forever!
I didn’t like the smell of it dry as much, but once it was in the bath it was amazing! And you’ll be soft for days! I kept making my mister touch my ass afterwards, yelling “feel how soft it is! FEEL!”
But the Pink bathbomb made me even softer, smelled even better than Big Blue (to me at least. it was sweet but not flowery), stained my tub pink (no regrets) and left little hearts floating in my bathwater!
Yay bath twins!
Sunday, June 16, 2013
Making my night lovely since I stopped by Lush today.
ack! we are twins
me this weekend. I love Big Blue! smelled up the whole apartment!
Slums of Beverly Hills
will never not love this movie
Saturday, June 15, 2013
On Sep 13, 1944, a princess from India lay dead at Dachau concentration camp. She had been tortured by the Nazis, then shot in the head. Her name was Noor Inayat Khan. The Germans knew her only as Nora Baker, a British spy who had gone into occupied France using the code name Madeline. She carried her transmitter from safe house to safe house with the Gestapo trailing her, providing communications for her Resistance unit.
Oh my God, yes. Let’s talk about Noor Inayat Khan.
- Wireless operators in France had a life expectancy of six weeks. Noor was actively transmitting for over three times as long.
- While she was in France, every other wireless operator in her network was slowly picked off until she was the last radio link between London and Paris. It was “the most dangerous and important post in France”.
- She was offered a way back to Britain and refused.
- In fact, in her transmissions to London, she once said that she was having the time of her life, and thanked them for giving her the opportunity to do this.
- She was captured by the Gestapo, but never gave up: she made three attempt escapes. One involved asking to take a bath, insisting on being allowed to close the door to preserve her modesty, and then clambering onto the roof of the Gestapo HQ in Paris.
- Her last word before being shot was, “Liberté!”
The term BAMF was coined for such persons.
Why didn’t I learn more about incredible ladies like her in school.
Bath and Six Feet Under time