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September 30, 2014
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September 30, 2014

justdoitdaily-fitblr:

to my followers who all deserve to hear this more often:
1. you’re very nice
2. you’re appreciated
3. you have a great booty
4. and i love you lots

(via get-happy-griff)

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September 30, 2014

fstw:

shoutout to my mutuals that I don’t really talk to y’all still cool

(via alexthehumanoftomorrow)

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September 30, 2014

Out of class and on to work. Gotta figure out what to do for my last hoorah before #teamnocheats starts tomorrow.

September 30, 2014

periodpoops:

tumblr is so comforting

the same people on your dash every day

posting nice things

no pressure of conversation

they’re just there

with their little icons and stuff

i love the internet.

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September 30, 2014
fatman2fitman:

Good morning! I haven’t even got out of bed yet today and Dennis Kimetto has already broken the marathon world record. He’s the first runner to go under 2:03, finishing in 2:02:57. That’s 26 seconds faster than the world record and 5 seconds faster than the world’s best set by Geoffrey Mutai at the 2011 Boston Marathon.
If you don’t know who Kimetto is, his story is incredible. He’s 30 but he only started seriously training a few years ago (I think his pro marathon debut was two years ago). Before that he was a subsistence farmer in Kenya where Mutai discovered him and invited him to train with him. Today he beat Mutai and set the world record. Someone needs to make a movie out of this guy’s life.

Is it weird that I really want to know what he eats?

fatman2fitman:

Good morning! I haven’t even got out of bed yet today and Dennis Kimetto has already broken the marathon world record. He’s the first runner to go under 2:03, finishing in 2:02:57. That’s 26 seconds faster than the world record and 5 seconds faster than the world’s best set by Geoffrey Mutai at the 2011 Boston Marathon.

If you don’t know who Kimetto is, his story is incredible. He’s 30 but he only started seriously training a few years ago (I think his pro marathon debut was two years ago). Before that he was a subsistence farmer in Kenya where Mutai discovered him and invited him to train with him. Today he beat Mutai and set the world record. Someone needs to make a movie out of this guy’s life.

Is it weird that I really want to know what he eats?

(via run-like-a-zombie)

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Every time

Every time

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Other people’s success is not your failure. Jealousy is toxic and if you can’t see that, I feel sorry for you.

September 30, 2014
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September 30, 2014
First full day of classes and work. 

At least I feel cute and ready to attack the day.

First full day of classes and work.

At least I feel cute and ready to attack the day.

September 30, 2014

becoming-rachelgreysummers:

aglynny:

ryenross:

me: hey i’m kinda good at this writing thing
*reads other people’s writing*
me: i am a literary potato

This is how I feel about painting.

Amanda, I saw that one painting of your’s! There is no way a potato could have done that =P It is amazing!

Hey thanks! I am my worst critic.

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