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Oct 12 2012

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Favorite TweetStuff (10/12/12) ~ Enjoy! ~

REMINDER: Best Tweets for Trauma and PTSD Survivors is on hiatus while I work out a more streamlined way of presenting PTSD Resources here. You know how things sometimes just snowball? In order to streamline, I need a much newer WordPress theme with more bells and whistles, and well, anything new and techie just makes me want to read a book. ;) It’s slow going, but I think it will be worth it!

 
Every Friday I round up favorite items from my Twitter stream that are funny, gorgeous, fascinating, and sometimes just weird. Enjoy!

‏@ShareAwakening “If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there.” ~ Lewis Carroll

@AmazingPics Woah: Magnificent Aurora Borealis adorns starry sky in Quebec
[SEO: “On October 8 a great geo-magnetic storm swept the earth. In this 52-minute long exposure taken from Lake-St-Charles, near Quebec City, photographer Francis Audet captured the long star trail, showing the Earth rotation as well as the Aurora Borealis.”]

@Pres_Bartlet “TLC was founded in 1972 by NASA and the Health Department as an educational channel. It was privatized. Now it shows Honey Boo Boo. #SavePBS”

@WisdomalaCarte Relaxation Music from the Dolphins (YouTube)
[SEO: This is calming and beautiful, and we all could use some relaxation, no? Note: The dolphins are part of the music, but the opening photo does not change, which may be the point. Just close your eyes. :)]

 

@sportsguy33 “I’m glad everyone’s watching the VP debate and nobody saw what just happened.” ~ Alex Rodriguez

@SarahEOlson2009 Awesome 2011 Dubstep Dancing Duo | Thunderdub (YouTube)
[Dolphins too sedate for you? Try The Robot Boys! Watch and be amazed.]

 

@Quotes4Writers “A man is not idle because he is absorbed in thought. There is a visible labor and there is an invisible labor.” ~ Victor Hugo

@Alyssa_Milano These are some of the most amazing photos of Antarctica you will ever see, taken in 1914! (via @Slate)
[SEO: A not-very-well thought out expedition led by Sir Shackleton to Antarctica left 28 men stranded, and living on mostly penguins and seals for 22 months. One of them, Australian photographer Frank Hurley, made hundreds of glass plate negatives but was only able to carry a small portion of them back when rescued. Truly fascinating photos!]

@HealthyPlace “The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” ~ Ayn Rand

@mjdub Cool Animals Created From Fall Foliage
[SEO: The peacock is gorgeous! At the end of the pics, learn what you need to make your own (or your kid’s) leafy creations.]

@HealthyPlace “Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.” ~ Albert Camus

 
 
 

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