Cute Summer Outfits


Silhouette: A-Line Sleeve Style: Regular Dresses Length: Above Knee, Mini Waistline: empire Style: Bohemian Neckline: V-Neck Pattern Type: Print Sleeve Length Short Decoration: Button   Unique style,make you beautiful,fashionable,sexy and elegant. Occasion:great for summer beach/casual/party/evening/wedding/home/Ho

BB Dakota Jack By BB Dakota Show Off Top | SHOPBOP

Floral Print Mini Dress | Forever 21

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Short Sleeve Rose Off Shoulder Front Knot Top$22.99 #fashion #nycfashionblogger #californiagirl #dress #miamifashionblogger #fashionbloggers #instafashion #ootd #plussizedress #nyc #girlpower #girlsjustwannahavefun #girls #manhattan #dresses #nycfashion #fashionblogger #girly #instagood #plussize #plussizefashion #plussizedresses #onlineboutique #aleyacollections #losangeles #newyorkgirl #onlineshopping

Trend alert: Os conjuntinhos voltaram com tudo. Top cropped vermelho com estampa floral e babados, saia envelope com babados

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So, How you doin’ with your summer outfits ?  

Oh, Have a great weekend too !



Flag Day Trivia

10 Fun Facts About the American Flag

The American flag may literally just be a piece of fabric, but the more you know, the more you can appreciate the symbolism embodied in each thread.
by Brittany Marklin

Since 1916 we have set aside June 14th as National Flag Day in honor of the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the official American flag. The American flag unites us as a country and represents what our country was built on: liberty and freedom. Literally, it’s just a piece of fabric, but the more you know about it, the more you come to appreciate the symbolism each thread embodies.

National Flag Day Trivia

1) There are 50 stars and 13 stripes on the American flag. The 50 stars represent each of the 50 states in the U.S. and the 13 stripes represent the original 13 colonies that became the first states in the Union.

2) History states that red, white and blue were chosen as the colors to represent valor (red), liberty and purity (white), and justice and loyalty (blue).

3) There have been 27 official versions of the American flag, each with a different amount of stars.

4) When Alaska and Hawaii become states 49 and 50, President Eisenhower received thousands of ideas for an updated flag. Robert G. Heft, a 17-year old high school student from Ohio, submitted his version that he created for a class project, and it was accepted and remains in use today. Can you believe that Robert got a B- on his project?

5) Betsy Ross was a seamstress who made clothes for George Washington. In June, 1776, Washington approached her to make the first American flag, and the rest is, well, history.

6) Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics to our national anthem after he witnessed the British attack at Fort McHenry. He watched the British ‘rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,’ yet still saw  ‘that star-spangled banner yet wave o’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.’

7) What’s left of the 15-star, 15-bar flag that immortalized the national anthem is on permanent display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

8) After a tragedy like September 11th, 2001, or a death like Abraham Lincoln, the flag is flown at half staff for 30 days as a representation of the whole nation being in a state of mourning  It’s called ‘half staff’ on land, and ‘half mast’ on a ship.

9) Of the six American flags that are planted on the moon, five of them are still standing. Which one is not? The first one, planted by Neil Armstrong during the Apollo 11 mission.

10) According to the U.S. Flag Code website, when the American flag is flown at night it must be illuminated; it should never be flown in bad weather; it can only be flown upside down to signal distress; it must be raised quickly and lowered slowly; and no other flag can be placed above it. The flag should be flown during school days in or near every school building. It’s a myth that the flag must be burned if it touches the ground. The flag must be burned if it’s damaged and is no longer suitable for flying.

Source: GlobalPost

Ham Radio Websites

I know for a fact that some websites are no longer functional.  However, those remaining should satisfy your curiosity about amateur (Ham) radio.  Survivalist’s are using ham radio for a  “just in case” scenario, thus adding to increasing popularity.   Besides, it’s a fun hobby if you like talking with other people, many times, from other countries.  You can find out more about amateur radio thru the ARRL website, the official American ham radio resource center.

500 Absolutely Amateur Radio Web Sites

The 25 Best Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts Your Dad **Actually** Wants

With Father’s Day right around the corner, now’s the perfect time to get the most important guy in your life—whether that’s your dad, grandfather, or husband/baby daddy—a gift he’ll appreciate for years to come. Even if you’ve been procrastinating (guilty) or just forgot (oops), thanks to the almighty internet, you can still score a last-minute gift that’s totally thoughtful and arrives in record time. So, even if you had no idea Father’s Day was **this** Sunday (yep, you read that right), don’t worry—the perfect gift is only a few clicks away. Check out the 25 best last-minute Father’s Day gifts that are guaranteed to make any dad smile:

Apple iPad

Got a dad who’s the definition of tech-savvy? He’ll love surfing the web, using apps, streaming video, you name it, on the latest iPad. (And you’ll love borrowing it whenever you’re visiting.)

Freeze Cooling Pint Glasses

If your dad loves cracking open a cold one with the boys, he needs the proper tools. Give him these pint glasses that he can pop in the freezer before popping bottles.

SoundSport In-Ear Headphones

Whether your dad runs marathons or just around the block, he’ll love these sporty headphones that will stay perfectly in place—no matter how strenuous his workout is.

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20 Must See Alluring Places On Earth

Some in your own back-yard.

Waterfall Pool, Devon, England

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Azalea bushes at Shiofune Kannon Temple, Tokyo, Japan


Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, New York City


Glenariff Forest Park Co. Antrim Northern Ireland


Škocjan Caves, Slovenia


 Rubble stone cottage , Blaise Hamlet,  near Bristol, England


 Beachy Head, England


Yuanyang Terrace Field, China


Corinthos Channel, Greece


Château de Chenonceau, Loire Valley, France


Bojnice Castle, Slovakia


Riverfront Park in Spokane, Washington


Sunrise at Soldiers Beach, Central Coast, NSW Australia


Ebor Falls,Guy Fawkes River, Australia


Miner’s Castle Cave – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Munising, Michigan


Tunnel of lanterns at Beomeosa Temple in Busan, South Korea


Crow Castle in Matsumoto, Nagano, Japan


Moomin House, Finland


Seoul, South Korea & Gyeongbokgung, Seoul,  South Korea


Strasbourg, France