Crazy For Cheesecake

Philosophy
Life is what you make of it and you should live each moment as fully as you can. This page will be about how I try to live life to its fullest which includes listening to music I love, snapping photos that capture precious moments and cooking meals that I can enjoy with my husband.
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 timelapse
One year.
525,600 minutes.
525,000 moments so dear.

timelapse

One year.

525,600 minutes.

525,000 moments so dear.

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Fri Feb 21

popandpop:

Temples, Sun Structures

Mon Feb 17
Fri Feb 14
petitpoulailler:

Pino Daeni (Italian Impressionist; 1939-2010) ~ Long Stemmed Lovlies

petitpoulailler:

Pino Daeni (Italian Impressionist; 1939-2010) ~ Long Stemmed Lovlies

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hidemirror:

NASA Wow! Sochi’s Olympic Lights Look Dazzling From Space The International Space Station’s astronauts are snapping fantastic pictures of the Sochi Olympics from 260 miles away. on We Heart It.

hidemirror:

NASA Wow! Sochi’s Olympic Lights Look Dazzling From Space The International Space Station’s astronauts are snapping fantastic pictures of the Sochi Olympics from 260 miles away. on We Heart It.

Thu Feb 6
Twitter is sharing its massive trove of data with the academic world — for free. The social networking outfit has long sold access to its enormous collection of tweets — a record of what the people of the world are doing and saying — hooking companies like Google and Yahoo into the “Twitter fire hose.” But now, through a new grant program, it wants to make it easier for social scientists and other academics to explore its tweet archive, which stretches back to 2006. Twitter previously worked with researchers from Johns Hopkins University to predict where flu outbreaks will hit, and the new program aims to open doors for similar projects. The company is now accepting applications from researchers, who have until March 15 to submit a proposal. Twitter Opens Its Enormous Archives to Data-Hungry Academics | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com (via infoneer-pulse)

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Fri Jan 31

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