So many currents.... Yet such a small puddle

Simple things... small things... things we often ignore... yet they make up the fabric of our existence.

This blog is all about the joy found in everyday things.

You'll probably see flowers, cows, giraffes, tigers, random scenery, trees, Doctor Who, things that make me laugh, Top Gear, quotes, and messages to my sister, Mary Rose, who you should follow over at fairytalesanddragons.

I'm just a happy girl who lives in Ohio, works whatever odd jobs come her way, loves hanging out with her husband, and owns a really fat cat.

Sarah E. McCafferty

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I'm a tumblr stalkr :-D

Also, (and this is the end of the abortion conversation for now) saying that I don’t have to “morally agree” to abortion, I just have to agree to let people choose makes zero sense.  The whole point of believing abortion is morally wrong is because we realize that what is being aborted is a new, genetically unique, completely different person.  Saying that I just have to agree that it’s okay for someone else to have an abortion and if I don’t like it just don’t have one myself is like saying that I don’t have to morally agree with child abuse, I just need to be willing to let parents decide individually whether it’s right for their family.  Being prolife means I believe in protecting the innocent - your choices are your choices up until the point that they harm an innocent.  Make your non-baby-having choices prior to creating that baby, not after.


Perpetual Calendar, 2013 | by Arina Pozdnyak

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Here’s the thing about being pro choice that people don’t get…
You don’t have to morally agree with abortion to be pro choice. That’s why it’s not called pro abortion. It’s an understanding that you can’t make that choice for someone else and they have full control over that not you. It’s pro I’m not the boss of everyone else.

This is important.

And here’s the thing about being prolife that people don’t get…

We don’t to control your choices or your sex life.  But once you’ve created someone else’s life, you no longer have the ‘right’ to eliminate it like a piece of trash.

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LaMancha Animal Rescue, Coatesville, Pennsylvania. July 2014.

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