michelle

Aspiring writer, physician, and responsible adult. Sharing my thoughts, personal happenings, and stuff that I think is funny, cool, awesome and/or worth learning about.

allrecipes:

Kansas City barbeque ribs are nicely seasoned with a spice rub, grilled, and glazed with a sweet barbeque sauce that will be devoured by everyone.

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allrecipes:

Kansas City barbeque ribs are nicely seasoned with a spice rub, grilled, and glazed with a sweet barbeque sauce that will be devoured by everyone.

Get the recipe: http://bit.ly/1opEwsb

Pin it: http://bit.ly/1z8I2wG

— 3 weeks ago with 162 notes

medicalstate:

Why You Are Still Alive - The Immune System Explained by Kurzgesagt.

— 3 weeks ago with 522 notes
I just added this to my closet on Poshmark: Burberry Rain Boots. (http://bit.ly/1pCdOMq) #poshmark #fashion #shopping #shopmycloset

I just added this to my closet on Poshmark: Burberry Rain Boots. (http://bit.ly/1pCdOMq) #poshmark #fashion #shopping #shopmycloset

— 4 weeks ago
#poshmark  #fashion  #shopping  #shopmycloset 

How I aspire to live someday

(Source: fallontonight)

— 1 month ago with 575 notes
thecommonmag:


the stars are dust on gray carpetunvacuumedand a man with a newspaper beretmakes a wish on a rat […]

Read more of Brigit Kelly Young’s dispatch on star-blind “Manhattan Love.”

thecommonmag:

the stars are dust on gray carpet
unvacuumed
and a man with a newspaper beret
makes a wish on a rat […]


Read more of Brigit Kelly Young’s dispatch on star-blind “Manhattan Love.”

— 1 month ago with 3 notes
allrecipes:

These Caramel Shortbread Squares are for serious cookie lovers only. It’s hard not to love cookies that are buttery, crumbly, and incredibly simple! 
Get the recipe: http://bit.ly/T2vYw6

allrecipes:

These Caramel Shortbread Squares are for serious cookie lovers only. It’s hard not to love cookies that are buttery, crumbly, and incredibly simple!


Get the recipe: http://bit.ly/T2vYw6

— 1 month ago with 405 notes
Fighting Illness

Today I’ve been thinking a lot about fighting our illnesses. I had coffee with an old friend and she told me about her recent bout of illness. I started reading The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, that also talks of fighting illness.

Whenever someone fights illness, She/He is always described as “strong”. “She/He fought hard against HorribleDisease”. “She/He fought until the very end.”

But what if She/He didn’t fight hard? What if She/He said, “Death, I am weak. I’m not really going to fight you. You are inevitable; I am giving up; I am letting go.”

Is that really any less strong or courageous?

— 1 month ago