6 Commentswww.buzzfeed.comHistoryPin ItNani was curvy and athletic, and she didn't take shit from anyone. | "Lilo And Stitch" Was The Most REAL Disney Movie Of All Time
6 Commentswww.examiner.comHistoryPin ItWhite and blue hydrangeas and mini roses can be used as a patriotic table setting :: 4th of July Centerpiece :: red, white, blue
5 Commentsdarienshieldsgreece.deviantart.comHistoryPin ItMermaid Statue in Greece. "Mermaids were often depicted as saving sailors from the sea." You're kidding right? SIRENS LEAD PEOPLE TO THEIR DEATH. :D
7 Commentslittlefarminthebigcity.blogspot.comHistoryPin ItInsecticidal Soap Concentrate ... to kill garden pests ¼ bar Fels Naptha Laundry Soap, grated 1 quart very hot water Stir the grated soap into the hot water until dissolved. Spray - mix 1 tsp concentrate with 1 qt water and pour into a sprayer. Insecticidal soap is a contact poison. Spray it directly on the bugs and leaves of the infested plants in your garden. Test on a single leaf first, checking for leaf burn, and do not use during very hot weather.
8 Commentsediblecrafts.craftgossip.comHistoryPin ItFourth of July Dessert Ideas - Strawberry & Blueberry Parfait (personal note: be so easy to do this with s/f whipped cream)
5 Commentsvintagetoyarchive.tumblr.comHistoryPin It1960s Pik-Up Sticks Vintage Toys Games. Many rainy days spent on my cousin's living room floor playing pick up sticks.
6 Commentswww.telegraph.co.ukHistoryPin ItAlso known as The George III Tiara, the Russian Fringe tiara was made in 1830 as a necklace from brilliant cut stones that belonged to King George III. Queen Victoria wore it as a tiara on an official visit to the opera in 1839. It was inherited by Queen Mary when she became Queen Consort in 1910, and she in turn gave it to her daughter in law, Queen Elizabeth I in 1937. The Queen mother loaned it to her daughter Princess Elizabeth as “something borrowed” for her wedding in 1947.
8 Commentsenglishrussia.comHistoryPin ItJust one of many abandoned Russian villages, scattered across huge Russia. People simply leave for cities where they can earn more, and thousands of Russian wooden architecture masterpieces, sometimes more than 200 years old, stay by their own.
7 Commentsstorymaps.esri.comHistoryPin ItMap: This is an amazing interactive map and timeline of the battlefields of the Civil War. genealogy maps
5 Commentswww.etsy.comHistoryPin ItSea Wees 1979 Kenner Sandy bath toy 70s80s doll. Mine had a green tail and red hair, just like Electronic Toys
4 Commentswww.buzzfeed.comHistoryPin It"Infographic from the Vikings TV show. I like the style of it, even if the info's a little sparse." I agree but nice graphics anyway. pinned from Nerd Things Chelsea Wilson
8 Commentswww.fastcompany.comHistoryPin ItSOLDIER DOGS The Wall Street Journal published an essay taken from a new book about canines in the military called Soldier Dogs, written by Maria Goodavage. The photograph above is of Tina, a German Shepherd, who is one of the dogs mentioned in the book. Heres an excerpt: Today, the Department of Defense has some 2,700 military dogs in service world-wide and about 600 in war zones. Another 200 are contract dogs, trained and handled by private firms. Military dog teams in
3 Commentssewingcraftingsarah.blogspot.comHistoryPin Itcrafts for kids for fourth of july | fourth of july crafts for kids. 4th of July Kids Crafts
3 Commentswww.flickr.comHistoryPin ItSurvivors of the Titanic row to the Carpathia, 1912 (Ross Dunn, Flickr) ..........❤♥♥• Nims •❤♥
5 Commentswww.vintageadbrowser.comHistoryPin ItHere's health to you and to our Corps which we are proud to serve! In many a strife we've fought for life and never lost our nerve; if the Army and the Navy ever look on Heaven's scenes they will find the streets are guarded by United States Marines!
8 Commentsfascinating-places.blogspot.comHistoryPin ItPin now, read later! The Ultimate Visitor's Guide to Chicago - info from a local on where to eat, drink, sleep, shop, sight-see on a budget! And not just the usual touristy places!
6 Commentsdisorganizedthoughtsfortheday.blogspot.comHistoryPin It70's toys - The Little Professor calculator ...we still have him tucked away in a drawer somewhere.... we would turn it upside down and make words from the numbers!