Too bad...

anotheruswntblog:

Ali Krieger’s first goal of 2013


CORRECTION: Thanks guys, I hear you. Her first goal in EVER. 

So true.

(Source: unknown)

So true.

(Source: unknown)

randompalooza:

itsbrantastic:

Happy World Smile Day: “Do an act of kindness. Help one person smile”!
I hope YOU smile today! Smile, it works.

Umm…. What was I doing again?

randompalooza:

itsbrantastic:

Happy World Smile Day: “Do an act of kindness. Help one person smile”!

I hope YOU smile today! Smile, it works.

Umm…. What was I doing again?

kriegerstattoo:

Legend.
Homare Sawa can retire knowing she left the sport in her country, and the world, in a better place.

kriegerstattoo:

Legend.

Homare Sawa can retire knowing she left the sport in her country, and the world, in a better place.

kriegerstattoo:

Happy Birthday, Kriegs.

kriegerstattoo:

Happy Birthday, Kriegs.

hockey2k5:

Not sure what it is, but I just came up with this. Love it. For obvious reasons…

hockey2k5:

Not sure what it is, but I just came up with this. Love it. For obvious reasons…

favorite television females
↳ priya tsetsang

Source: Tobin’s (soccerjunky98) instagram

Source: Tobin’s (soccerjunky98) instagram

I miss you

I miss you

There are 31,530,000 seconds in a year; a thousand milliseconds in a second, a million microseconds, a billion nanoseconds. And the one constant connecting nanoseconds to years is change. The universe, from atom to galaxy, is in a perpetual state of flux. But we humans don’t like change; we fight it, it scares us. So we create the illusion of stasis. We want to believe in a world at rest, the world of right now yet our great paradox remains the same. The moment we grasp the now that now is gone. We cling to snapshots but life is moving pictures, each nanosecond different from the last. Time forces us to grow, to adapt because every time we blink our eyes the world shifts beneath our feet. Every day, every moment, every nanosecond the world changes. Electrons bump into each other and react; people collide and alter each other’s paths. Change isn’t easy, more often it’s wrenching and difficult, but maybe that’s a good thing, because it’s change that makes us strong. Keeps us resilient, and teaches us to evolve.
Touch (TV series) - Introduction on 5-31-12