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We’re not the same person we were a year ago, a month ago, or a week ago. We’re constantly changing. Experiences don’t stop. That’s life.
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Communication. It’s the first thing we really learn in life. Funny thing is, once we grow up, learn our words and really start talking the harder it becomes to know what to say. Or how to ask for what we really need.
 Meredith Grey (via psych-facts)
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victoriousvocabulary:

PROCELLOUS

[adjective]

stormy; as the sea or sky.

Etymology: Latin procellōsus - stormy.

[Cyril Rolando]

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hey guys! this summer i’ll (hopefully) be making more facts, quotes, and vocab bookmarks. choose an average of 4 quotes, facts, or vocab words (3 if they’re long, 5 if they’re short, that sort of thing) or a combination if you want! Hopefully I’ll be able to mail them like a letter with just a postage stamp so shipping won’t cost anything. ^-^

 
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Infographic of the Day: The Literal Meaning of Every State Name in the United States

Check out the latest “North American” edition of the Atlas of True Names, a unique world mapping project that aims to chart the origin and history of the names of thousands of cities, states and rivers. Illustrated by American cartographers Stephan Hormes and Silke Peust, the recently released maps of the United States and Canada reveal that some names of cities and states translate more beautifully than others, such as Texas (Land of Friends) and New Mexico (New Navel of the Moon) in comparison to, say, Chicago (“Stinky Onion”)

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