genetics, don’t stress about how your abs look
Every time I see this I applaud it. that’s why one should never look at the magazines and say “I wanna look like that”. all you have to do is keep progressing as a person and as an athlete. not looking to your sides but forward.
I can’t wait to see the shape of my abs! I’m so curious. Diet is a bitch tho.
Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness. Take pride that even though the rest of the world may disagree, you still believe it to be a beautiful place.
Obit of the Day: Tiquicheo’s Fearless Mayor
Maria Santos Gorrostieta became mayor of the town of Tiquicheo in 2009, when she was only 33 years old. She recognized the risks as her town was located in the state of Michoacan one of the many battlegrounds in Mexico where cartels, police, and the government are fighting for control.Michoacan is also prized for its access to the Pacific where cocaine from South America and synthetic chemicals from Asia are brought into the country.
While she only served for two years, during that time she was the target of two assassination attempts. The first, in October 2009, she was the subject of the ambush. She survived but her husband was killed. In January 2011, she escaped another attempt but this time she was shot numerous times. After the second attempt she held a press conference showing her wounds and talking about her injuries.
After her term ended last year it seemed all would be over but on November 12, 2012, Ms. Gorrostieta was taken from her car, while her five-year-old daughter sat there, and was beaten in public. While she pleaded that her daughter not be harmed she was dragged away into another car. (Her daughter was left alone, screaming in her mother’s car.) On Saturday, November 24, Maria Santo Gorrostieta’s body was discovered. She had been handcuffed, beaten, tortured and killed.
She was 36 years old. She leaves behind three children.
Note: According to the BBC, two dozen Mexican mayor have been murdered since 2006.
(Top image: Facebook photo of Maria Santos Gorrostieta, courtesy of idigitaltimes.com. Bottom image: Maria Santos Gorrostieta showing her wounds from her second assassination attempt is courtesy of arklatex912project.wordpress.com)
We only have 1 MONTH (till december 19, 2012) to get 25,000 signatures on the petition I just created for the white house to review. It is basically asking them to provide coverage for transgender surgeries and hormonal treatment. Here is a link to the exact petition:
Come on guys, I have seen the dumbest posts on here get a million notes. All we need is 25,000. So REBLOG REBLOG. And tell you friends and such. It takes 2 seconds and can really make a difference in someones life. Being transgender is both a medical and emotional condition that DESERVES coverage. The cost of these things make goals for some seem almost unreachable.