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🍀 🍄A summary of the Sabbats 🍄🍀

When I was a baby witch, it was really difficult for me to understand the Sabbats and the wheel of the year. To help all my baby witches, I made a short summary to make it easier. 

🎄 Yule (Date: on the winter solstice, dec. 20-23) 🎄

This is the Sabbat for celebrating rebirth. Many people celebrate it similarly to Christmas, with gift giving, feasting, and wreath making. People will often kiss a consenting partner under a sprig of mistletoe for good luck.

🐏  Imbolc (Date: feb. 2) 🐏 

This Sabbat celebrates the return of spring. People make corn dollies and set them in a basket next to a symbol of masculinity. Many Witches will clean out their homes during Imbolc.

🐣 Ostara (Date: on the vernal equinox, Mar. 20-23) 🐣 

This Sabbat celebrates the coming time of fertility. Egg decorating is common during this time.

🔥 Beltane (Date: May 1) 🔥

This Sabbat focuses on fertility. Many Pagans choose to conceive children at this time (or just to enjoy themselves sexually with a partner). Beltane festivals are often high energy, with plenty of dancing and bonfires. 

☀️ Litha (Date: on the summer solstice, Jun 20-23) ☀️

A Sabbat for celebrating the longest day of the year, as well as for mourning the shortening days after. Some Witches burn bonfires or light candles to represent the Sun.

🌾 Lughnasadh (Date: Aug 1 -> 1 day before my birthday!) 🌾

I love this Sabbat but I’m not able to pronounce this name :). This is the first of the three harvesting Sabbats. There are festivals of grain and bread. People make gingerbread men during this time.

🍁 Mabon (Date: on the autumnal equinox, sep. 20-23) 🍁

This is the second of the three harvesting Sabbats. Witches give thanks to the Earth and the harvest. Celebraters will make and drink wine at this time.

⛄️ Samhain (Date: nov. 1) ⛄️

This is the last of the three harvesting Sabbats. It is also the festival of the dead. The veil is at its thinnest at this time. Witches will sometimes hold a big feast during Samhain.

Feel free to contact me if you have more questions!

Blessings, 

Myhiddenworldblog 

Korean Masterlist:

FROMIRELANDTOKOREA’S LESSON MASTERLIST

Seeing as I have a masterlist for ALL of my posts, including resources, books, etc (find it here) I wanted an organised lesson one! I hope this will help everyone!


HANGUL/READING:

Lesson 1: Hangul Basic Consonants Pt.1
Lesson 2: Hangul Basic Consonants Pt.2
Lesson 3: Hangul Basic Consonants 
Lesson 4: Diphthongs
Lesson 5: Aspirated and Double Consonants
Lesson 6: Batchim Pt.1 
Lesson 22: Batchim Pt. 2


NEED TO KNOW:

Lesson 17: How Korean Age Works
Lesson 18: Levels of Politeness in Korean

VOCABULARY:

Lesson 7: Hello, Thank You, Goodbye, Yes and No
Lesson 8: I’m Sorry
Lesson 9: Please, More, a Little
Lesson 14: Native Korean Numbers and Uses
Lesson 16: Sino-Korean Numbers and Uses
Lesson 19: Days of the Week
Lesson 20: Months
Lesson 21: Body Parts
Lesson 23: School Subjects
Lesson 24: School Vocabulary
Lesson 25: Family
Lesson 42: Today, Tomorrow, Now etc.
Lesson 58: Vegetables
Lesson 59: Fruit
Lesson 60: Emotions
Lesson 61: Food and Drink
Lesson 68: Sports
Lesson 69: Places in Town
Lesson 79: Animals 
Lesson 80: Clothes 
Lesson 84: Sickness Pt. 1
Lesson 85: Sickness Pt. 2
Lesson 86: Sickness Pt. 3
Lesson 93: Transportation
Lesson 94: Halloween 

GRAMMAR:

Lesson 10: It Is, What is It?
Lesson 12: This Is, What is This?
Lesson 13: This, That, It, Thing
Lesson 26: Have/Don’t Have
Lesson 17: 15 Useful Verbs
Lesson 27: Present Tense Conjugation
Lesson 28: Past Tense Conjugation
Lesson 29-32: Future Tense 1 2 3 4
Future Tense Meanings and Examples 1 2 3 4
Lesson 33: How to Form Korean Sentences
Lesson 34: Don’t + Verb
Lesson 35: Topic/Subject Marking Particles ~은/는 + ~이/가
Lesson 36: Topic/Subject Marking Particles ~은/는 + ~이/가 Pt 2
Lesson 37: Object Marking Particle ~을/를
Lesson 38: Want To -고 싶어요
Lesson 39: Location Marking Particles ~어디, ~에, ~에서
Lesson 40: Negative Sentences
Lesson 41: Negative Sentences with 하다
Lesson 43: Who?
Lesson 44: Why, How, How much?
Lesson 45: From - To - , From - Until -
Lesson 46: Therefore, So
Lesson 47:  And, With ~하고, ~(이)랑
Lesson 48:  But, However, ~그렇지만, ~그런데
Lesson 49:  To/From Someone
Lesson 50: Plural Nouns
Lesson 51: Telling Time
Lesson 53: -지 마세요 (지마)
Lesson 54: -(으)세요 Imperative
Lesson 55: -아/어/여 주세요
Lesson 56: -도 Too, Also, As Well
Lesson 57: -만 Only
Lesson 62: Can, Cannot - (으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다
Lesson 63: Present/Past/Future Progressive
Lesson 64: A bit, Really, Very, Not really, Not at all
Lesson 65: Changing Nouns into Verbs -는 것 
Lesson 66: Counters 개 + 명
Lesson 67: To Be Good/Bad At
Lesson 70: Have to, Should, Must
Lesson 71: Still, Not Yet
Lesson 72: Already
Lesson 73: (으)로
Lesson 74: If, In Case
Lesson 75: Let’s
Lesson 76: Pronouns + Possessive Pronouns
Lesson 77:ㄹ/을 것:
Lesson 78: Doable/Worth Doing
Lesson 81: (으)ㅂ시다
Lesson 82: 처럼 Like
Lesson 83: More….Than
Lesson 87: 좋다 vs 좋아하다
Lesson 88: -ㄴ가
Lesson 89: 다, 더 - All, More
Lesson 90: Behind, In Front of, Beside
Lesson 91: Written Descriptive Form Adjectives
Lesson 92: Before -ing
Lesson 95: To be Similar to/The Same as -같다
Lesson 96: To Care/Not Care Pt.1
Lesson 97: To Care/Not Care Pt.2
Lesson 98: Connecting Verbs
Lesson 99: Might, Perhaps, It’s Possible
Lesson 100: To Want 원하다

PHRASES:

Lesson 11: Where Are You From? I’m From
Lesson 52: Self Introduction 

anonymous asked:

Any advice to other writers?

yes. it is this: stop listening to advice.

in 2nd grade my advice was stop writing. i’m an adhd cuban kid writing bad poetry, trembling when i raise my hand in public. i get my first (and only) award at this age, when my colorblind self sees a picture incorrectly and writes a poem about the muddiness a toad sits in, where everyone else sees colors, blossoming.

at 15 you will not win awards. nor at 16, or 20, or 23. 

but if this is your heart and soul, you will keep writing. because it doesn’t matter. it doesn’t matter if 215,000 people read your writing, or just 3. what matters is that you write, in margins of papers you lose, in the edges of moleskins you burn, on your exposed skin. you write and write and write until you are drained of it. but you are never, not really, drained of it. 

in the meantime, i learned grammar so specifically i could teach it, so teach it i did, in a better way than i ever learned it. i explained: there, their, and they’re are easy to remember. there has “here” in it, which makes it regarding times or places. their has a little person in the form of “i” in it. that’s about you or other people. “they’re” is the easiest because the apostrophe means “they are”. and that’s the end of things. “breath” and “breathe” are different but related things, when you take a breath, you swallow the “e”, to breathe means you rEleasE the ending. 

and then i crushed it under a boot. a lot of people asked me: how come. but the how is easy. the lower case and all my lack of punctuation and things. i knew the rules and broke them because it was the thing to do. bc it felt weird to talk in a fake way, u know? like i was lying.

so i told the truth. while i talked about superpowers or magic or anything fake. i told the truth. and that’s what makes it real, isn’t it. that we look for the honesty of a moment. nobody says “hey how are you doing?” “oh, i’m fine, how about you?” unless they’re being fake. two friends say “what’s up?” the other says “i’m dead inside fuck you.” 

and you watch. i watch with big eyes. i observe. i know how people talk to each other, how they move in the world. so when she glides through the doors, people turn and look at her. so that blurting isn’t just blurting, it’s meant with uncertainty. so that things have meaning.

people ask me: how come your dialogue is so good? and the truth is: i cheat. i say it out loud, and think: does this flow? does it rest? does it sound like two people talking? “how is that going” “here is exposition about my being a spy i was once in the Russian army” doesn’t sound friendly. two people being like “how’s that vent crawling going?” “oh, you know, lovely, i’m belly-flat and hungry” sounds much more lovely. this is how you fit in character development. i almost never do it without spoken word. why say “she was mad about her past” when i can say “oh, you know, lovely, i’m belly-flat and hungry, but like, you know, they carved out my insides, so, like, extra room, thanks, you fuckers,” works twice as well.

and then i throw it out. people say “here’s a list of words that replace said” so i write a story where people only use said, and it works, because the narrator’s voice is strong enough it carries it on through the universe. and i throw out commas. and i throw out quotation marks. i use whatever i think the words need. and i move forwards.

i think what writers should be afraid of the most is stagnation. not agents or how the audience will take them or how the world will scoop up words or anything. just the healthy fear of constantly rewriting the same thing in different words. that’s the true fear. and this isn’t to say that you can’t write about the same emotions or people. but everything should be a new exploration into a concept. kind of a tall order. 

so i’ll say this. who gives a shit. if you spend 4 years writing a love poetry blog to your significant other, he still ends up hating your poetry. if you write to the wrong person, you feel stupid and numb, endless. in a bad way, i mean.

so write for yourself, always. who cares about notes. i write dumb shit all the time. write because it’s the only thing worth doing. write because people told you to stop.

people ask me all the time “how did you do that!” but the truth is all you need to do is look at the number of posts. at the end of six thousand, you find a way around your land. 

and you find your voice. and that’s all that matters, in the end.

Remus Lupin’s Werewolf Shifts (during 1971-1978)

This is a full calendar marking the times that Remus Lupin has had to shift during his Hogwarts years.

Year 1:
Sunday, 5 September 1971, 05:02:24 am
Monday, 4 October 1971, 01:19:30 pm
Tuesday, 2 November 1971, 10:19:24 pm
Thursday, 2 December 1971, 08:48:06 am
Friday, 31 December 1971, 09:19:30 pm
Sunday, 30 January 1972, 11:58:12 am
Tuesday, 29 February 1972, 04:11:54 am
Wednesday, 29 March 1972, 09:05:30 pm
Friday, 28 April 1972, 01:44:30 pm
Sunday, 28 May 1972, 05:27:36 am

Year 2:
Saturday, 23 September 1972, 05:06:42 am
Sunday, 22 October 1972, 02:25:00 pm
Tuesday, 21 November 1972, 12:06:30 am
Wednesday, 20 December 1972, 10:45:06 am
Thursday, 18 January 1973, 10:28:24 pm
Saturday, 17 February 1973, 11:07:00 am
Monday, 19 March 1973, 12:33:24 am
Tuesday, 17 April 1973, 02:50:30 pm
Thursday, 17 May 1973, 05:58:00 am
Friday, 15 June 1973, 09:34:36 pm

Year 3:
Wednesday, 12 September 1973, 04:16:18 pm
Friday, 12 October 1973, 04:09:00 am
Saturday, 10 November 1973, 03:26:42 pm
Monday, 10 December 1973, 02:34:36 am
Tuesday, 8 January 1974, 01:36:18 pm
Thursday, 7 February 1974, 12:24:12 am
Friday, 8 March 1974, 11:02:54 am
Saturday, 6 April 1974, 10:00:18 pm
Monday, 6 May 1974, 09:54:30 am
Tuesday, 4 June 1974, 11:09:36 pm

Year 4:
Sunday, 1 September 1974, 08:24:48 pm
Tuesday, 1 October 1974, 11:37:54 am
Thursday, 31 October 1974, 02:19:00 am
Friday, 29 November 1974, 04:10:06 pm
Sunday, 29 December 1974, 04:50:48 am
Monday, 27 January 1975, 04:09:24 pm
Wednesday, 26 February 1975, 02:14:30 am
Thursday, 27 March 1975, 11:36:00 am
Friday, 25 April 1975, 08:54:54 pm
Sunday, 25 May 1975, 06:50:36 am

Year 5 (Sirius Black, James Potter, and Peter Pettigrew join):
Saturday, 20 September 1975, 12:50:24 pm
Monday, 20 October 1975, 06:05:42 am
Tuesday, 18 November 1975, 11:28:12 pm
Thursday, 18 December 1975, 03:39:30 pm
Saturday, 17 January 1976, 05:46:54 am
Sunday, 15 February 1976, 05:43:18 pm
Tuesday, 16 March 1976, 03:52:42 am
Wednesday, 14 April 1976, 12:48:42 pm
Thursday, 13 May 1976, 09:04:00 pm
Saturday, 12 June 1976, 05:15:00 am

Year 6:
Wednesday, 8 September 1976, 01:52:00 pm
Friday, 8 October 1976, 05:55:24 am
Sunday, 7 November 1976, 12:14:36 am
Monday, 6 December 1976, 07:14:30 pm
Wednesday, 5 January 1977, 01:10:24 pm
Friday, 4 February 1977, 04:56:12 am
Saturday, 5 March 1977, 06:13:12 pm
Monday, 4 April 1977, 05:08:54 am
Tuesday, 3 May 1977, 02:03:24 pm
Wednesday, 1 June 1977, 09:30:54 pm

Year 7:
Tuesday, 27 September 1977, 09:17:24 am
Thursday, 27 October 1977, 12:35:24 am
Friday, 25 November 1977, 06:31:24 pm
Sunday, 25 December 1977, 01:49:00 pm
Tuesday, 24 January 1978, 08:55:30 am
Thursday, 23 February 1978, 02:26:18 am
Friday, 24 March 1978, 05:20:00 pm
Sunday, 23 April 1978, 05:11:00 am
Monday, 22 May 1978, 02:16:42 pm
Tuesday, 20 June 1978, 09:30:30 pm

Can you guys just imagine how torturous this must have been? Especially in 4th year where it was on the first day… This is just heartbreaking…

7

broadway musicals that opened in 2017

amélie - apr 3, 2017 - may 21, 2017

anastasia - apr 24, 2017

bandstand - apr 26, 2017 - sept 17, 2017

charlie and the chocolate factory - apr 23, 2017

come from away - mar 12, 2017

groundhog day - apr 17, 2017 - sept 17, 2017

hello, dolly! (revival) - apr 20, 2017

miss saigon (revival) - mar 23, 2017

once on this island (revival) - dec 3, 2017

spongebob the musical - dec 4, 2017

sunday in the park with george (revival) - feb 23, 2017 - apr 23, 2017

sunset boulevard (revival) - feb 9, 2017 - jun 25, 2017

the band’s visit - nov 9, 2017

war paint - apr 6, 2017 - nov 5, 2017

Little Astro Things You May Not Have Heard Before

PART 1

Geminis have sharply angled jaws from the side view with a little cleft in their chin. Their arms are long and the back of their skull is kinda flat.

Cancers have really defined lips, whether big or small

Scorpios have gummy smiles and baby looking teeth

Earth signs and water signs have really round and sturdy looking skulls , unless influenced heavily by an air or fire sign (through dominants and aspects).

The Midheaven at its most natural state is meant to be in a square from the Ascendant and descendant. The Ascendant and midheaven should never be more than or less than a square away from the midheaven. This is because the Natal Chart is settled on a perfect 360 axis where it has 4 major angles setting its basic shape up; 360 divided by 4 would give us 4 perfectly aligned 90 degree angled points (MC, IC, ASC, DSC) but of course no chart can be “perfectly perfect” so many people will have interceptions: where the midheaven is sometimes more or less than a square away from the Ascendant. This is why we see some people having their Ascendant and midheaven only being 2 signs apart or even as far as 5 signs apart.

earth signs often have very small and flat foreheads with a slope

Air signs usually have very high foreheads (the hairline is far from the eyebrows)

Water signs typically have high and flat foreheads

Fire signs have small but round foreheads

Aries rules the ears and the facial features (natural resonators) so they are often at the peak of being just as good with music and instruments like Venusian ruled Taurus and Libra

Many performers have their 10th house ruler (Midheaven ruler) in the 7th house

Actors have the 10th house ruler in the 12th house

Mutable signs’ calves lots of times have a curve to them, like a bowl-legged or bow-legged however you call it lol

Earth signs have really long necks and very long natural hair

Libras (and other cardinal signs) often have a softened rectangular or oval face shape

Leos have defined canine teeth

In Esoteric astrology, Uranus Neptune and Pluto are associated with Zeus Poseidon and Hades respectively and are considered the Big Three because they hold an intense amount of staying power in a person’s life when aspected greatly.

North Node in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th indicates minimal fame but fame nonetheless

North Node in the 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th indicates more widespread fame

Having a water house Stellium (4th, 8th, 12th) makes you more likely to accumulate wealth in this lifetime

Jupiter in the 9th, 10th, 11th , 12th makes you more likely to be recognized for your talents in this lifetime

Having Mars or Neptune on an angle makes you more inclined to being a good dancer/take dancing seriously

Technically, Capricorn rising is the Ascendant in exaltation. Libra rising is the Ascendant in detriment. Cancer rising is the Ascendant in fall. Many wealthy and renowned people have a cardinal rising because they are able to overcome more mentally than the rest of us.

The asteroid conjunct your sun at birth can indicate any health issues you can develop in this lifetime

Gemini is Mercury as a child, excitable and willing to know more of the surrounding world. Virgo is Mercury as an adult, deep in thought and not so open to new ideas but still free thinking and willing to research until their wisdom dies out.

Uranus-MC = long term success after climbing

Inconjunct/quincunx couples stand the test of time when they work through their differences moreso than semi-sextile couples. When the semi-sextile couple works through their differences, there is so much frustration because they can see clearly the many similarities they share but even the slightest difference btw them just makes them lost all over. The quincunx couples see some similarities but many differences which allows them a broader space to map newly shared interests INTO the relationship as time progresses.

Sign placements are of least importance in examining a synastry chart. First look at house placements, then secondly look at Aspects, then look at sign placements lastly.

Juno in Earth signs love to dance with their partners

A harmonic chart is a detailed examination of the minor aspects in your chart. A conjunction in the 5th harmonic chart is actually a quintile in the regular natal chart. A conjunction in the 7th harmonic chart is actually a septile in the regular natal chart. 8th harmonic conjunctions are octiles. 9th harmonic conjunctions are noviles. 10th harmonic conjunctions are deciles. And so on so forth with other harmonics. Reasonably, you should only go up to the 36th harmonic but some go as far the 100s but I honestly don’t even know what they’d be looking at at that point.

You should take fixed stars into account for a karmic stellium, conjunctions only of course.

A sesquiquadrate is basically a softened (really weak) mixture of a trine and a quincunx. It’s not good or bad and, in that sense, has a 50/50 deal to it like a conjunction, though it does resemble the trine and quincunx more in aspect. However, if you can’t find information on a sesquiquadrate aspect, it would be wise to examine the conjunction of that aspect first then look at the the trine. Make a watered down hypothesis of the sesquiquadrate aspect after this.

Earth and Fire signs are personal, Air and Water signs are interpersonal

In Vedic astrology, Rahu is the North Node, Ketu is the South Node, Lagna is the Ascendant, and D1, D2, D3, etc are simply referring to your different harmonic charts. So D7 would be the 7th harmonic chart, which shows septiles in the Natal Chart. Rashi refers to the houses.

In Vedic astrology, the natal Navamsa Chart is the indicator of soulmates and marriage. They say to check it to find out more about your future marriage. In Western astrology, we call the Navamsa Chart the 9th harmonic chart.

In your Navamsa Chart, a planet (or planets) that is in the SAME house as it is in your Lagna (Natal Ascendant) Chart is considered to be the most powerful in your chart. Similar to a dominant planet, it is called the vargottma and your destiny is tied to this planet (or planets). This is even more powerful and significant if the planet(s) are with Rahu (North Node).

Realistically, Aspects between venus and mars are NOT indicators of marriage/lifetime commitment. In western astrology, the idealistic views of Venus and Mars have become too inflated; even in Ancient Greek and Rome, many did not correlate marriage with the two frivolous entities of Venus and Mars. They are related more to general love and lust than the more specified love and lust that is present in marriage. You would look to the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, and Juno for marriage between two people. All four are the basis for stability and compromising in relationships, albeit in different mannerisms. Venus and Mars are secondary to them in all aspects.

The ruler of the 1st and the ruler of the 10th are typically in the same house in the charts of celebrities.

Saturn and Jupiter both in the 1st house people are often very lean and slender

In Vedic astrology, Nakshatras (using sidereal measurements) take up the entire zodiac in 27 divisions. For example, I am Mrigasira Nakshatra Ascendant bc I was born from 23-20’ Taurus to 6-40’ Gemini in Vedic. I am Revati moon because I was born from 16-40’ Pisces to 30 Pisces. It’s confusing at first but super easy to understand if you just google it lol.

Safe Foods Masterpost

Vegetables:

Almost everything, really…
(But I’m listing my favourites ayy)

Napa cabbage: 12 calories/100 g

Lettuce: 15 calories/100 g

Celery: 16 calories/100 g

Cucumber: 16 calories/100 g

Zucchini: 17 calories/ 100 g

Tomato: 18 calories/100 g

Bell pepper: 20 calories/100 g

Spinach: 23 calories/100 g

Cabbage: 25 calories/100 g

Eggplant: 25 calories/100 g

Pumpkin: 26 calories/100 g

Green beans: 31 calories/100 g

Broccoli: 34 calories/100 g

Mushrooms: 38 calories/100 g

Onion: 40 calories/100 g

Carrots: 41 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Potato: 77 calories/100 g

Peas: 81 calories/100 g

Sweet potato: 86 calories/100 g


Fruit:

Watermelon: 30 calories/100 g

Strawberries: 33 calories/100 g

Cantaloupe: 34 calories/100 g

Honeydew: 36 calories/100 g

Peach: 39 calories/100 g

Grapefruit: 42 calories/100 g

Blackberries: 43 calories/100 g

Orange: 47 calories/100 g

Cherry: 50 calories/100 g

Pineapple: 50 calories/100 g

Apple: 52 calories/100 g

Raspberries: 53 calories/100 g

Tangerine: 53 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Mango: 60 calories/100 g

Kiwi: 61 calories/100 g

Grapes: 67 calories/100 g



Fish and meat alternatives:

(I’m pescetarian :P)

Also, everything here is Questionable™ (except egg whites since they’re awesome) because stuff with protein is usually packed with calories

Egg whites: 52 calories/100 g

Tofu: 76 calories/100 g

Fish balls: 77 calories/100 g

Cod: 82 calories/100 g

Haddock: 90 calories/100 g

Imitation crab: 95 calories/100 g

Shrimp: 99 calories/100 g

Lentils: 116 calories/100 g

Quinoa: 120 calories/100 g

Carp: 127 calories/100 g

Tilapia: 129 calories/100 g

Salmon: 142 calories/100 g

Eggs: 155 calories/100 g



Dairy products and alternatives:

(Drinks in separate category)

0% plain yogurt: 56 calories/100 g

0% plain Greek yogurt: 59 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Fat free cottage cheese: 123 calories/cup



Grains:

(Snacks not included)

Shirataki noodles: 5 calories/cup

Rice cakes: 35 calories/cake (9 g)

Questionable -

Oatmeal: 68 calories/100 g

Whole wheat bread: 69 calories/slice (28 g)

Whole wheat pita: 75 calories/1 small (28 g)

Cheerios: 100 calories/cup

Corn Flakes: 100 calories/cup



Drinks:

Water: 0 calories

Coffee: 2 calories/cup

Green tea: 2 calories/cup

Peppermint tea: 2 calories/cup

Unsweetened cashew milk: 25 calories/cup

Unsweetened almond milk: 30 calories/cup

Questionable -

Unsweetened soy milk: 80 calories/cup



Other:

(Mostly snacks included here)

Pickles: 4 calories/1 small (37 g)

Rice thins: 7 calories/piece

Vegetable thins: 7 calories/piece

Multigrain wheat thins: 9 calories/piece

Vegetable broth: 12 calories/cup

Saltine crackers: 13 calories/cracker

Knorr’s vegetable bouillon cube: 15 calories/0.5 cube

Plain air popped popcorn: 31 calories/cup

Unsweetened applesauce: 42 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Dried cranberries: 123 calories/serving (40 g)

Quaker Chewy chocolate chip granola bar: 110/bar

Raisins: 129 calories/small box (43 g)

Their first kiss was probably over something like getting really excited about watching the Kings win the Stanley Cup. It went on like fifteen seconds longer than any anyone in the room was comfortable calling platonic.

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I’ve never seen the TCC commemorate victims. Here.

Never forgotten. Always remembered

  - Ted Bundy’s victims-

 Donna Gail Manson, age 19. 

 Susan Elaine Rancourt, age 18. 

 Roberta Kathleen Parks, age 22

 Brenda Carol Ball, age 22. 

Georgeann Hawkins, age 18. 

 Janice Ann Ott, age 23. 

Denise Marie Naslund, age 19. 

Nancy Wilcox, age 16. .

 Melissa Anne Smith, age 17. .

 Laura Aime, age 17. 

 Debra Kent age, 17. 

 Caryn Campbell, age 23. 

Julie Cunningham, age 26. 

 Denise Oliverson, age 25. 

 Lynette Culver, age 12. 

 Susan Curtis, age 15. 

 Margaret Bowman, age 21. 

 Lisa Levy, age 20. 

 Karen Chandler, age 21.

 Kathy Kleiner, age 21. .

 Kimberly Leach, age 12. 


     - Jeffrey Dahmer’s victims-

         Steven Hicks, 19 

        Steven Tuomi, 26 

      Anthony Lee Sears, 26 

James Doxtator, 14 

      Richard Guerrero, 22

    Raymond Lamont Smith, 33 

     Ricky Beeks, 27 

     Ernest Miller, 22 

     David C. Thomas, 23 

     Curtis Straughter, 19 

     Errol Lindsey, 19 

    Tony Hughes, 31

    Konerak Sinthasomphone, 14 

     Matt Turner, 20 

     Jeremiah Weinberger, 23 

    Oliver Lacy, 23

    Joseph Bradehoft, 25 


   -   Richard Ramirez’s victims-


           Mei Leung, 9 

Jennie Vincow, 79 

          Christina and Mary Caldwell 

            Vincent and Maxine Zazzara:

            William Doi       

            Mable Bell

            Mary Louise Cannon, 75

            Chitat Assawahem

           Peter Pan 

           Tsia-Lian Yu, 30

           Dayle Yoshie Okazaki, 34

         Lela and Max Kneidings 

      Elyas Yakub Abowath, 35

          

             - Charleston Shooting victims -


        Cynthia Marie Graham Hurd (54).

       Susie Jackson (87)

       Ethel Lee Lance (70) 

        Depayne Middleton-Doctor (49)

        Clementa C. Pinckney (41) 

         Tywanza Sanders (26)

      Daniel Simmons (74)

       Sharonda Coleman-Singleton (45)Singleton.

       Myra Thompson (59)


  - Columbine Massacre victims-

       Rachel Scott (17)

      Steven Curnow (14)

       Corey DePooter (17)

       Kelly Ann Fleming (16)

        Matt Ketcher (16)

       Daniel Mauser (15)

       Daniel  Rohrbough (15)

       Cassie Bernall (17)

       Isaiah Shoels (18)

       John Tomlin (16)

      Lauren Townsend (18)

       Kyle Velasquez (16)

      Dave Sanders (47)


  -  John Wayne Gacy’s victims-

  • Timothy McCoy (16)
  • John Butkovitch (17)
  • Darrell Sampson (18)
  • Randall Reffett (15)
  • Samuel Stapleton (14)
  • Michael Bonnin (17)
  • William Carroll (16)
  • James Haakenson (16)
  • Rick Johnston (17)
  • Kenneth Parker (16)
  • William Bundy (19)
  • Gregory Godzik (17)
  • John Szyc (19)
  • Jon Prestidge (20)
  • Matthew Bowman (19).
  • Robert Gilroy (18)
  • John Mowery (19)
  • Russell Nelson (21)
  • Robert Winch (16)
  • Tommy Boling (20)
  • David Talsma (19)
  • .William Kindred (19)
  • Timothy O'Rourke (20)
  • Frank Landingin (19)
  • James Mazzara (21)
  • Robert Piest (15)

         also rest in peace and hope you are found:              

           Body 28. Backyard. Male aged 14-18.

  • Body 26. Crawl space. Male aged 22-30
  • .Body 13. Crawl space. Male aged 17-21.
  • Body 21. Crawl space. Male aged 15-24.
  • March 15, 1977. Body 5. Crawl space. Male aged 22-32.
  • Body 10. Crawl space. Male aged 17-21

             - Ed Gein’s victims-

            Bernice Worden   

             Mary Hogan 


        - Edmund Kemper’s victims-


         Maude Kemper               

       Edmund Emil Kemper I

      Mary Ann Pesce and Anita Luchessa (18)

      Aiko Koo (15)

     Cindy Schall (18)

     Rosalind Thorpe (23) and Allison Liu (20)

     Clarnell Strandberg and Sally Hallett

  

-    Dennis Nilsen’s victims-


   Stephen Dean Holmes (14)

   Kenneth Ockendon (19)

    Billy Sutherland (27)            

    Martyn Duffey (16)   

   Malcolm Barlow (24)    

    John Howlett       

   Archibald Graham Allan

    Steve Sinclair (20)

 Also rest in peace to the unidentified victims! Hope you are found!


      -Sandy Hook shooting victims-

        Rachel D'Avino, 29

  • Dawn Hochsprung, 47 
  • Anne Marie Murphy, 52,
  • Lauren Rousseau, 30
  • Mary Sherlach, 56
  • Victoria Leigh Soto, 27
  • Charlotte Bacon, 6
  • Daniel Barden, 7
  • Olivia Engel, 6
  • Josephine Gay, 7
  • Dylan Hockley, 6
  • Madeleine Hsu, 6
  • Catherine Hubbard, 6
  • Chase Kowalski, 7
  • Jesse Lewis, 6
  • Ana Marquez-Greene, 6
  • James Mattioli, 6
  • Grace McDonnell, 7
  • Emilie Parker, 6
  • Jack Pinto, 6
  • Noah Pozner, 6
  • Caroline Previdi, 6
  • Jessica Rekos, 6
  • Avielle Richman, 6
  • Benjamin Wheeler, 6
  • Allison Wyatt, 6


   -Chardon High School shooting victims-

     Daniel Parmertor (16)

     Russel King Jr (17)

     Demetrius Hewlin (16)

-The Manson Murders-

    Steven Parent

    Sharon Tate

   Jay Sebring

   Gary Hinman

   Abigail Folger

   Leno LaBianca

  Rosemary LaBianca

  Donald Shea

  Wojciech Frykowski        

           -Aurora Shooting victims-

  • Jonathan Blunk, age 26, 
  • Alexander J. Boik, age 18, 
  • Jesse Childress, age 29, 
  • Gordon Cowden, age 51, 
  • Jessica Ghawi (a.k.a. Jessica Redfield), age 24,
  • John Larimer, age 27, )
  • Matt McQuinn, age 27, 
  • Micayla Medek, age 23, 
  • Veronica Moser-Sullivan, age 6, 
  • Alex Sullivan, age 27,
  • Alexander C. Teves, age 24,
  • Rebecca Wingo, age 31


       -Boston Marathon Bombing victims-

      Krystle Campbell (29)

      Martin Richard  (8)

       Lu Lingzi (23)


Rest in peace to every one of them and also every murder victim!

Never forgotten, always remembered.

May your souls rest in peace!

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