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Finding stories

Been a little busy around here hence the silence! I’ve sat down 27 times to write something new and was each time met with ahafto, you know…I have to go do this, I have to go do that. 339 more words

Pippi Longstocking

I will admit I have no idea what this story is about, I only know that pippi longstockings had two long ginger plaits and wears a greenish dress, and there is a really annoying movie  made about it and it had a SUPER annoying theme song that is now stuck in my head :( my cousin always used to watch it when we were little and id just be like NO! 14 more words


Birthing a new Goddess Archetype ~ Jan. 8, 2017

A lot is said and written about the rising and reawakening of the Goddess and the Feminine to bring balance into this world. And indeed, the feminine energy is increasing a lot and men and women who experienced a heart opening, notice the effects. 1,967 more words

Pippi Longstocking - 70 years young, and still going strong

I remember reading Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking as a child, and thinking what a wonderful, exciting life this nine-year-old girl had. With no adults to tell her what to do, a pet monkey and horse who lived in her house, and two good friends who lived right next door with whom she could have adventures every day, this girl – to my young brain, at least – was living the dream. 434 more words


Photo Challenges: Resilient Leaves

“I have never tried that before, so I think I should definitely be able to do that.”

― Astrid Lindgren, Pippi Longstocking


Pippi Longstocking is definitely a resilient and resourceful girl.

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Pippi Does Yoga

Who can resist Pippi Longstocking? The fabulous girl with her red braids, tall tales of adventure, and the strength of a hundred men?

How many young girls can resist Pippi living in Villa Villekulla all by herself, her father somewhere on the Seven Seas and her mother peering down at her somewhere from the sky? 67 more words

What's the motivation?

I am reading this great book about programming the mind for success and positive thinking – and there was a question that really made me think; 455 more words