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carsofpdx:

International Harvester Scout II - Portland, OR

her-gift-his-honor:

~ For You ~


i have seen the Hand of Greatness…

Presented before me as if a Dream….

Within these Fingers lies my Journey….

My Road of Travel…
Surreal it seems.

This Hand will be my Teacher.
Guiding me to Greater things…

This Hand will be my Lover.
Showing me ways i’ve only Dreamed…

This Hand will be my Supporter.
Standing behind me, Holding me High…

This Hand will be my Tormentor.
Challenging me to touch the sky….

i look to it with Longing,

My blood singing with it’s song…

In the end i know “This Hand”
myself, i see within it’s Palm. 


~her-gift-his-honor~©

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That spells Hitlr

her-gift-his-honor:

~ For You ~


i have seen the Hand of Greatness…

Presented before me as if a Dream….

Within these Fingers lies my Journey….

My Road of Travel…
Surreal it seems.

This Hand will be my Teacher.
Guiding me to Greater things…

This Hand will be my Lover.
Showing me ways i’ve only Dreamed…

This Hand will be my Supporter.
Standing behind me, Holding me High…

This Hand will be my Tormentor.
Challenging me to touch the sky….

i look to it with Longing,

My blood singing with it’s song…

In the end i know “This Hand”
myself, i see within it’s Palm.


~her-gift-his-honor~©

Please leave image and words intact.

That spells Hitlr

(via msexplorer)

selcandy:

Extremely FOCROFLOL when i see Randy on screen every single time =D

selcandy:

Extremely FOCROFLOL when i see Randy on screen every single time =D

historical-nonfiction:

This is a Judean date palm, once the staple crop of Judea and renowned for everything from its cooking oil to its aphrodisiac powers. But the Romans tried to destroy the date palm after the Jewish Revolt, and hurt the Judean economy. It worked —  by 500 CE the once plentiful date palm was gone completely. How do we have this tree then? A jar of dried-out date palm seeds were found while excavating Masada, declared interesting, and then kept in a university professor’s drawer for four decades. Until 2005 when a botanical researcher decided to try planting one. And wonder of wonders, a leaf sprouted

historical-nonfiction:

This is a Judean date palm, once the staple crop of Judea and renowned for everything from its cooking oil to its aphrodisiac powers. But the Romans tried to destroy the date palm after the Jewish Revolt, and hurt the Judean economy. It worked —  by 500 CE the once plentiful date palm was gone completely. How do we have this tree then? A jar of dried-out date palm seeds were found while excavating Masada, declared interesting, and then kept in a university professor’s drawer for four decades. Until 2005 when a botanical researcher decided to try planting one. And wonder of wonders, a leaf sprouted

(Source: ancient-origins.net)