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skypestripper:

hi yes i would like a glass of attention please

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ralphlauren:


Team USA: Sochi 2014

Good luck Team USA. Bring home the gold!

ralphlauren:

Team USA: Sochi 2014

Good luck Team USA. Bring home the gold!

“There is nothing more dreadful than the habit of doubt. Doubt separates people. It is a poison that disintegrates friendships and breaks up pleasant relations. It is a thorn that irritates and hurts; it is a sword that kills.”
— Gautama Buddha (via purplebuddhaproject)

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“But whatever you wear, always dress to kill.”
— Gossip Girl (via mollysstyle)

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lyriclikeasong:

Team USA’s ugly sweaters. Yeah I’ll take 7, thanks.

lyriclikeasong:

Team USA’s ugly sweaters. Yeah I’ll take 7, thanks.

carryonlionheart:


“American moguls star Heidi Kloser couldn’t walk on her own alongside her teammates and instead used crutches during Friday night’s opening ceremony in Sochi, Russia.
After suffering a devastating injury during a Thursday training run, an MRI revealed the 21-year-old tore her ACL, MCL and broke her femur – the first heartbreaking story of these Winter Olympics….
It was a bitter pill to swallow for Kloser, who was just moments away from her first qualification run when the injuries occurred.
“She asked Emily and me if she was still an Olympian,” Kloser’s father said. “We said, ‘Of course!’”
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My heart broke for this kid, but it was also bursting with pride to see her smiling and walking with the rest of Team USA in the opening ceremony.
I hope she knows how much love and support she has from her country.

carryonlionheart:

American moguls star Heidi Kloser couldn’t walk on her own alongside her teammates and instead used crutches during Friday night’s opening ceremony in Sochi, Russia.

After suffering a devastating injury during a Thursday training run, an MRI revealed the 21-year-old tore her ACL, MCL and broke her femur – the first heartbreaking story of these Winter Olympics….

It was a bitter pill to swallow for Kloser, who was just moments away from her first qualification run when the injuries occurred.

“She asked Emily and me if she was still an Olympian,” Kloser’s father said. “We said, ‘Of course!’”

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My heart broke for this kid, but it was also bursting with pride to see her smiling and walking with the rest of Team USA in the opening ceremony.

I hope she knows how much love and support she has from her country.

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