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Lunar love.

Lunar love.

(Source: airows, via airows)

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Goodnight, Seattle. at Westlake 2200 – View on Path.

Goodnight, Seattle. at Westlake 2200 – View on Path.

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nevver:

Isolation party, Anthony Zinonos

Too good.

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Hello, Bellevue. at Denny Blaine Park – View on Path.

Hello, Bellevue. at Denny Blaine Park – View on Path.

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This completes a threesome of my favorite Seattle water views. at Denny Blaine Park – View on Path.

This completes a threesome of my favorite Seattle water views. at Denny Blaine Park – View on Path.

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It’s taken me nearly two years to finally hang on this side of the park. Perfect day. at Gas Works Park – View on Path.

It’s taken me nearly two years to finally hang on this side of the park. Perfect day. at Gas Works Park – View on Path.

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s-h-e-e-r:

Seattle symbols by Andy Kennelly on Flickr.

Never gets old.

s-h-e-e-r:

Seattle symbols by Andy Kennelly on Flickr.

Never gets old.

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While he naps, I go to my fave spot for some me time. #DrunkByCoffee at Row House Cafe – View on Path.

While he naps, I go to my fave spot for some me time. #DrunkByCoffee at Row House Cafe – View on Path.

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Telling our secret. Seattle is gorgeous. The Sound sparkles today. #DrunkByCoffee #CookieBreak at Kerry Park – View on Path.

Telling our secret. Seattle is gorgeous. The Sound sparkles today. #DrunkByCoffee #CookieBreak at Kerry Park – View on Path.

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"Pelvic floor muscles support your uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum. They contribute to spine stability. They help you not pee when your best friend makes you howl with laughter. They keep the back door shut so you don’t have to know what fecal incontinence is. And strengthening them may help women who have difficulty reaching orgasm."

From “Hardcore pelvic floor: A workout routine to keep you fit down there” (via bedsider)

THIS!