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A Dream, Africa, and Bailey Jay: A Malawian teenager named William Kamkwamba taught himself how to build a windmill out of junk and bring power to his village. He then went on to build a second, larger windmill to power irrigation pumps. He did this all from books he read in the library. Ultrafacts.tumblr.com WHOHAE WIND THE BOY OHARNESS nBryan Mealer Ekeabeth Zunon A ouwd sothond below nd ghzed at thi stranje machinc ultrafacts: William had a dream of bringing electricity and running water to his village. And he was not prepared to wait for politicians or aid groups to do it for him. The need for action was even greater in 2002 following one of Malawi’s worst droughts, which killed thousands of people and left his family on the brink of starvation. Unable to attend school, he kept up his education by using a local library. Fascinated by science, his life changed one day when he picked up a tattered textbook and saw a picture of a windmill. Mr Kamkwamba told the BBC News website: “I was very interested when I saw the windmill could make electricity and pump water. “I thought: ‘That could be a defense against hunger. Maybe I should build one for myself’.” When not helping his family farm maize, he plugged away at his prototype, working by the light of a paraffin lamp in the evenings. But his ingenious project met blank looks in his community of about 200 people. “Many, including my mother, thought I was going crazy,” he recalls. “They had never seen a windmill before.” [x] In 2014, William Kamkwamba received his 4 year degree at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire where he was a student. (Fact Source) For more facts, follow Ultrafacts
A Dream, Africa, and Bailey Jay: A Malawian teenager named William
 Kamkwamba taught himself how to build a
 windmill out of junk and bring power to his
 village. He then went on to build a second,
 larger windmill to power irrigation pumps. He
 did this all from books he read in the library.
 Ultrafacts.tumblr.com

 WHOHAE WIND
 THE BOY
 OHARNESS
 nBryan Mealer
 Ekeabeth Zunon
 A ouwd sothond below nd ghzed at thi stranje machinc
ultrafacts:

William had a dream of bringing electricity and running water to his village. And he was not prepared to wait for politicians or aid groups to do it for him. The need for action was even greater in 2002 following one of Malawi’s worst droughts, which killed thousands of people and left his family on the brink of starvation.
Unable to attend school, he kept up his education by using a local library. Fascinated by science, his life changed one day when he picked up a tattered textbook and saw a picture of a windmill. Mr Kamkwamba told the BBC News website: “I was very interested when I saw the windmill could make electricity and pump water.
“I thought: ‘That could be a defense against hunger. Maybe I should build one for myself’.” When not helping his family farm maize, he plugged away at his prototype, working by the light of a paraffin lamp in the evenings. But his ingenious project met blank looks in his community of about 200 people.
“Many, including my mother, thought I was going crazy,” he recalls. “They had never seen a windmill before.” [x]
In 2014, William Kamkwamba received his 4 year degree at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire where he was a student.
(Fact Source) For more facts, follow Ultrafacts

ultrafacts: William had a dream of bringing electricity and running water to his village. And he was not prepared to wait for politicians o...

Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement museum ult on a pregnancy test 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About
Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 museum
 ult on a pregnancy test
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
novelty-gift-ideas:



14,000 Things to Be Happy About

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Bailey Jay, Beautiful, and College: About this item Hi. I'm your new Marimo (Japanese) Cladophora Ball, or Moss Ball (English). I am a rare algae growth that only forms in a few lakes in Iceland, Scotland, Japan and Estonia. Many cultures consider me good luck. l'm very easy to care for. Just place me in a container with tap water and change it every one or two weeks. Please rinse anything you add to my container to keep my home clean. You don't need to feed me. I don't require anything but low light and clean water to live. Please don't put me in direct sunlight. We don't get much of that on the lake floor, so I don't like it. I am most comfortable in normal to low household lighting. The gentle lake currents give me my beautiful round shape. If you gently swirl my water every once in a while that would be great. As a special treat you could even take me out and gently roll me across your palm. I sink or float depending on my mood (oxygen produced by the photosynthesis moves me up and down.) If turn brown you can help me by replacing my water, squeezing me under running water to wash out any dirt, and adding about 5% table salt to my water. I will recover quickly. Also, a night in the fridge is like a week at the spa for me as I prefer cold water. I can live up to 200 years and grow about.5cm per year. Thanks for being so kind to me. Now I'm going to get to work being awesome. kaijutegu: hotbabespaghetti: This is probably the cutest This is the perfect pet for people who want to keep a small container of water with something pretty in it. Even though it’s a plant and not a fish, it’s way cuter than a sad, cramped betta- and less maintenance, too. A marimo is perfect for that pretty aesthetic or your college dorm room. Want a mason jar aquarium? A marimo will be perfectly happy in there. Want a fishbowl with pretty rocks? Get a marimo, or even a few of them! I can’t overstate how wonderful and cute marimo are.
Bailey Jay, Beautiful, and College: About this item
 Hi. I'm your new Marimo (Japanese) Cladophora Ball, or
 Moss Ball (English). I am a rare algae growth that only
 forms in a few lakes in Iceland, Scotland, Japan and
 Estonia. Many cultures consider me good luck. l'm very
 easy to care for. Just place me in a container with tap
 water and change it every one or two weeks. Please rinse
 anything you add to my container to keep my home clean.
 You don't need to feed me. I don't require anything but
 low light and clean water to live. Please don't put me in
 direct sunlight. We don't get much of that on the lake
 floor, so I don't like it. I am most comfortable in normal to
 low household lighting. The gentle lake currents give me
 my beautiful round shape. If you gently swirl my water
 every once in a while that would be great. As a special
 treat you could even take me out and gently roll me
 across your palm. I sink or float depending on my mood
 (oxygen produced by the photosynthesis moves me up
 and down.) If turn brown you can help me by replacing
 my water, squeezing me under running water to wash out
 any dirt, and adding about 5% table salt to my water. I will
 recover quickly. Also, a night in the fridge is like a week at
 the spa for me as I prefer cold water. I can live up to 200
 years and grow about.5cm per year. Thanks for being so
 kind to me. Now I'm going to get to work being awesome.
kaijutegu:
hotbabespaghetti:
This is probably the cutest 
This is the perfect pet for people who want to keep a small container of water with something pretty in it. Even though it’s a plant and not a fish, it’s way cuter than a sad, cramped betta- and less maintenance, too. A marimo is perfect for that pretty aesthetic or your college dorm room. Want a mason jar aquarium? A marimo will be perfectly happy in there. Want a fishbowl with pretty rocks? Get a marimo, or even a few of them! I can’t overstate how wonderful and cute marimo are.

kaijutegu: hotbabespaghetti: This is probably the cutest This is the perfect pet for people who want to keep a small container of water wit...

Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement museum ult on a pregnancy test 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About
Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 museum
 ult on a pregnancy test
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
novelty-gift-ideas:

14,000 Things to Be Happy About

novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About

Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement ult on a pregnancy test museum 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 <p><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.tumblr.com/post/164305555378/14000-things-to-be-happy-about" class="tumblr_blog">novelty-gift-ideas</a>:</p><blockquote><p><b><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.com/14000-things-to-be-happy-about-book/"> 14,000 Things to Be Happy About </a></b><br/></p></blockquote>
Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 ult on a pregnancy test
 museum
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
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Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement ult on a pregnancy test museum 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 <p><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.tumblr.com/post/164305555378/14000-things-to-be-happy-about" class="tumblr_blog">novelty-gift-ideas</a>:</p><blockquote><p><b><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.com/14000-things-to-be-happy-about-book/"> 14,000 Things to Be Happy About </a></b><br/></p></blockquote>
Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 ult on a pregnancy test
 museum
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
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Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement museum ult on a pregnancy test 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About
Apple, Baked, and Books: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 museum
 ult on a pregnancy test
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
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Africa, Google, and Memes: WE CARE MORE ABOUTTHINGS BURIED IN THE GROUND IG: @CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY THAN THE REOPLE ONIT Diamond miners who work in small-scale mining – panning or digging for diamonds – produce about 15% of the world’s diamonds. But their wages do not reflect the value of their work. -- An estimated one million diamond diggers in Africa earn less than a dollar a day. This unlivable wage is below the extreme poverty line. As a result, hundreds of thousands of miners lack basic necessities such as running water and sanitation. Hunger, illiteracy, and infant mortality are commonplace. Even within developing countries, diamond mining communities are often the most impoverished. -- Besides being grossly underpaid, many diamond miners work in extremely dangerous conditions. Small-scale diamond mining is often conducted without training or expertise. Miners may lack safety equipment and the proper tools. They can easily die or be injured in landslides, mine collapses, and other accidents. -- Diamond mining also contributes to public health problems. The sex trade thrives in many diamond mining towns, leading to the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Environmental devastation resulting from diamond mining is another cause of disease. In Sierra Leone, miners have littered the landscape with thousands of abandoned mining pits. These pits fill with stagnant rainwater, become infested with mosquitoes, and serve as breeding grounds for malaria. -- "People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used. The reason why the world is in chaos, is because things are being loved and people are being used." Consciousvibrancy Article: https:-www.brilliantearth.com-conflict-diamond-child-labor-?abv=81&utm_expid=1332916-304.hM-ctAR5RFOOfJL5tFLcng.1&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.ca%2F
Africa, Google, and Memes: WE CARE MORE ABOUTTHINGS
 BURIED IN THE GROUND
 IG: @CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY
 THAN THE REOPLE ONIT
Diamond miners who work in small-scale mining – panning or digging for diamonds – produce about 15% of the world’s diamonds. But their wages do not reflect the value of their work. -- An estimated one million diamond diggers in Africa earn less than a dollar a day. This unlivable wage is below the extreme poverty line. As a result, hundreds of thousands of miners lack basic necessities such as running water and sanitation. Hunger, illiteracy, and infant mortality are commonplace. Even within developing countries, diamond mining communities are often the most impoverished. -- Besides being grossly underpaid, many diamond miners work in extremely dangerous conditions. Small-scale diamond mining is often conducted without training or expertise. Miners may lack safety equipment and the proper tools. They can easily die or be injured in landslides, mine collapses, and other accidents. -- Diamond mining also contributes to public health problems. The sex trade thrives in many diamond mining towns, leading to the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Environmental devastation resulting from diamond mining is another cause of disease. In Sierra Leone, miners have littered the landscape with thousands of abandoned mining pits. These pits fill with stagnant rainwater, become infested with mosquitoes, and serve as breeding grounds for malaria. -- "People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used. The reason why the world is in chaos, is because things are being loved and people are being used." Consciousvibrancy Article: https:-www.brilliantearth.com-conflict-diamond-child-labor-?abv=81&utm_expid=1332916-304.hM-ctAR5RFOOfJL5tFLcng.1&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.ca%2F

Diamond miners who work in small-scale mining – panning or digging for diamonds – produce about 15% of the world’s diamonds. But their wages...

Africa, Children, and Crying: Deported for the 2nd time this week.... @chakabars It's so hard for Africans to travel Africa.. I'm so upset, I'm crying while I am writing this, all I want to do is see the children and make sure they are ok...I have been deported from DR Congo twice this week. I got my visa at the Congolese in Ethiopia, twice, because I was told it was ok to get it there. The government in Congo has just changed and they don't want westerners going there. So they are taking months to give out Visas in london. The goverment don't look after the impoverished children properly. They live in massive houses and never go down to the "poor" areas. When I first met the children in Ngaba they weren't being fed properly, there was nobody to pay their medical bills or school fees. I have been organising my life to make sure that they are good and I just want to move them out of terrible conditions that they live in. My heritage is Jamaican, but I wasn't raised there, I was raised in the UK, but I don't belong there, the only reason I am there is because of the slavery of my ancestors. I don't speak an African language so when I'm in Africa it's difficult to communicate. I feel like I'm an alien sometimes. When I met the children I felt like I belonged, they are orphans in their own country, I am an orphan of the planet. When my ancestors were stolen from Ghana or wherever, we didn't need a f*cking passport, now I need a passport to go back... And a £90 yellow fever which gives you a chicken Embryo injected with yellow fever. Yellow fever isn't even a problem, nor is Ebola. AIDS was put in to Africa by polio vaccines (Hilary koprowski) Some europeans created the borders for this reason, so they could divide and conquer us. They have built their whole society off the back of Africa, never apologised, don't share, still exploit Africa, they don't give back equally and we still experience racism. Many children in Africa are suffering, yes they are joyful because they are better humans than us. But the suffering is so much, no running water, no electricity, no sanitation, no food, no humanity, what can they do? more below 👇🏾
Africa, Children, and Crying: Deported for the 2nd time this week....
 @chakabars
 It's so hard for Africans to travel Africa..
I'm so upset, I'm crying while I am writing this, all I want to do is see the children and make sure they are ok...I have been deported from DR Congo twice this week. I got my visa at the Congolese in Ethiopia, twice, because I was told it was ok to get it there. The government in Congo has just changed and they don't want westerners going there. So they are taking months to give out Visas in london. The goverment don't look after the impoverished children properly. They live in massive houses and never go down to the "poor" areas. When I first met the children in Ngaba they weren't being fed properly, there was nobody to pay their medical bills or school fees. I have been organising my life to make sure that they are good and I just want to move them out of terrible conditions that they live in. My heritage is Jamaican, but I wasn't raised there, I was raised in the UK, but I don't belong there, the only reason I am there is because of the slavery of my ancestors. I don't speak an African language so when I'm in Africa it's difficult to communicate. I feel like I'm an alien sometimes. When I met the children I felt like I belonged, they are orphans in their own country, I am an orphan of the planet. When my ancestors were stolen from Ghana or wherever, we didn't need a f*cking passport, now I need a passport to go back... And a £90 yellow fever which gives you a chicken Embryo injected with yellow fever. Yellow fever isn't even a problem, nor is Ebola. AIDS was put in to Africa by polio vaccines (Hilary koprowski) Some europeans created the borders for this reason, so they could divide and conquer us. They have built their whole society off the back of Africa, never apologised, don't share, still exploit Africa, they don't give back equally and we still experience racism. Many children in Africa are suffering, yes they are joyful because they are better humans than us. But the suffering is so much, no running water, no electricity, no sanitation, no food, no humanity, what can they do? more below 👇🏾

I'm so upset, I'm crying while I am writing this, all I want to do is see the children and make sure they are ok...I have been deported from...

A Dream, Africa, and Bailey Jay: A Malawian teenager named William Kamkwamba taught himself how to build a windmill out of junk and bring power to his village. He then went on to build a second, larger windmill to power irrigation pumps. He did this all from books he read in the library. Ultrafacts.tumblr.com THE İESSEO WHOEWIND OHARNESS nd Beryan Mealer Ekzabeth Standes atup Wllwmshautod whethe buys tiged and heave Acnwed gathored below and gazod at this strange machinc yor para tool th into the forst nativepeopleproblems: 1017sosa300: ultrafacts: William had a dream of bringing electricity and running water to his village. And he was not prepared to wait for politicians or aid groups to do it for him. The need for action was even greater in 2002 following one of Malawi’s worst droughts, which killed thousands of people and left his family on the brink of starvation. Unable to attend school, he kept up his education by using a local library. Fascinated by science, his life changed one day when he picked up a tattered textbook and saw a picture of a windmill. Mr Kamkwamba told the BBC News website: “I was very interested when I saw the windmill could make electricity and pump water. “I thought: ‘That could be a defense against hunger. Maybe I should build one for myself’.” When not helping his family farm maize, he plugged away at his prototype, working by the light of a paraffin lamp in the evenings. But his ingenious project met blank looks in his community of about 200 people. “Many, including my mother, thought I was going crazy,” he recalls. “They had never seen a windmill before.” [x] In 2014, William Kamkwamba received his 4 year degree at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire where he was a student. (Fact Source) For more facts, follow Ultrafacts The power of books That’s so cool! What a blessing he must be.
A Dream, Africa, and Bailey Jay: A Malawian teenager named William
 Kamkwamba taught himself how to build a
 windmill out of junk and bring power to his
 village. He then went on to build a second,
 larger windmill to power irrigation pumps. He
 did this all from books he read in the library.
 Ultrafacts.tumblr.com

 THE İESSEO
 WHOEWIND
 OHARNESS
 nd Beryan Mealer
 Ekzabeth
 Standes atup Wllwmshautod
 whethe buys tiged and heave
 Acnwed gathored below and gazod at this strange machinc
 yor para
 tool th
 into the forst
nativepeopleproblems:
1017sosa300:

ultrafacts:

William had a dream of bringing electricity and running water to his village. And he was not prepared to wait for politicians or aid groups to do it for him. The need for action was even greater in 2002 following one of Malawi’s worst droughts, which killed thousands of people and left his family on the brink of starvation.
Unable to attend school, he kept up his education by using a local library. Fascinated by science, his life changed one day when he picked up a tattered textbook and saw a picture of a windmill. Mr Kamkwamba told the BBC News website: “I was very interested when I saw the windmill could make electricity and pump water.
“I thought: ‘That could be a defense against hunger. Maybe I should build one for myself’.” When not helping his family farm maize, he plugged away at his prototype, working by the light of a paraffin lamp in the evenings. But his ingenious project met blank looks in his community of about 200 people.
“Many, including my mother, thought I was going crazy,” he recalls. “They had never seen a windmill before.” [x]
In 2014, William Kamkwamba received his 4 year degree at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire where he was a student.
(Fact Source) For more facts, follow Ultrafacts

The power of books

That’s so cool! What a blessing he must be.

nativepeopleproblems: 1017sosa300: ultrafacts: William had a dream of bringing electricity and running water to his village. And he was no...