Remains of the Day →
A wedding photographer sets out to learn what happened to the couples who hired him for their big day.
8 New Punctuation Marks We Desperately Need
"Jason Bourne: The Ultimate Redneck. He’s kind of like the son you never had."
Phil Robertson, Duck Dynasty
"If you want to change the climate of your marriage immediately, start praying for your spouse. Then you will realize that
you are engaging the spiritual battle in your marriage rather than
becoming a victim of it."
Beyond Ordinary - J+T Davis
Read this yesterday:
"Nevertheless, the one who receives instruction in the word should share all good things with their instructor."
(i wanted to make a lot of comments about this, but i don’t think it requires any… speaks for itself)
made by me: getting married tote! :)
made by me: alfons mucha notebook!
love the color progression on those volumes! :)
I’m glad someone clarified this issue:
Geek (n.)- Someone who spends a lot of time and energy in a certain area, not necessarily computers or technology; An outwardly normal person who has taken the time to learn technical skills. They are generally not athletic and enjoy video games, comic books, being on the internet, etc.
Nerd (n.)- A socially awkward person who has learned technical skills due to the spare time they enjoy from being generally neglected; one whose IQ exceeds his weight.
Dork (n.)- Someone who has odd interests and is often silly at times. A dork is also someone who can be themselves and not care what anyone thinks. Dorks are typically more noted for their quirky personality.
Geek- Smart but not awkward
Nerd- Smart and awkward
Dork- Smart in less useful areas, awkward but proud regardless