Meu pai sempre me falava: filho come banana que evita cãibra rsrs, como adivinharam isso? hahaha #somosmaisqueisso#ficaadica #Padgram
This #glutenfree #college #celiac pairs up with Entity Magazine to share seven kick-ass reasons every woman should play a #sport - especially on National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Sports aren't just good #exercise; they can also hone #leadership skills, improve #confidence and overall #health.
“the two of us can’t shake the memory of eating orange slices after early summer sports scrimmages. big shout out to our moms and dads, who always had a bag filled of them for the whole team. vitamin c for all!” - @ty haney and @vapv, our friends at @outdoorvoices 🍊 tell us your favorite #foodmemories #yumyum #dinner #instafood #sharefood #nomnomnom
When I was a kid, I played sports a lot. My mom and dad were divorced, but I hung out in the neighborhood a lot, and it was all about sports. I would be out all day on the sand lot or on the hockey rink. My dad would take me to baseball games, but he worked so hard, and he would always fall asleep. #Mom #MomQuotes #quote #quotes
@Regrann from @niajaxwwe - Rest In Love Jimmy #Repost @therock RIP Superfly. My family @saronasnukawwe gave me this pic she took of her dad only a few short months ago. I immediately got choked up when I first saw this as she told me he sat there in this chair for hours and just watched his old wrestling promos and matches... in complete silence. Never said a word just watched and reflected. Got choked up over the thought of what must've been going thru his mind in these hours watching…
I started out life with a case of attention deficit disorder. I was always different from most of the kids in school. I ended up with good grades and participated in sports and such. Every day was a struggle, though, wondering why I wasn't like the rest of the kids. As an adult things seemed fine — married, two children, a home, a life! One day it all came crashing down. Suicide attempt. No husband. Kids live with my mom and dad. I'm homeless and wondering who turned on the spin cycle?
#Parenting - For all the men who raise children thank you Strong men raise strong kids. One time when I was very young mzee drove for 8hrs from Nairobi to Bududa. The mother had left that morning and we had not eaten because even the maid had run away. After he packed his Peugout he headed straight to the kitchen ans lit a fire. The whole village knew that Nangalama had arrrived so when they arrived to greet him he was making ugali to feed his kids. To this day our entire talks about it…