10 Scary Stories of Pack Behavior

10 Scary Stories Of Pack Behavior

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Not My Circus Not My Monkeys, old Polish Proverb pretty much meaning "not my problem"

Polish way of saying not my problem. ~ R Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys Letterpress Polish Proverb Print. I myself have polish blood so I just might start saying this.

"Not my circus. Not my monkey." A Polish Proverb meaning "Not my Problem." i'm totally using this.

not my circus not my monkeys. Good reminder to stay grounded even when everyone around you has their own crazy problems

First recorded in 1670 as a proverb - meaning the saying is actually much older, this English saying is still in common usage.⠀ What do you think?  Wise words or outdated idiom?

First recorded in 1670 as a proverb - meaning the saying is actually much older, this English saying is still in common usage. Wise words or outdated idiom?

My Tattoo..."is leor don dreoilin a nead" which is Gaelic proverb meaning "home is where the heart is" I got this tattoo because my house burned down and my family had no stable home, but we made wherever we were our home because thats where my family was. The six hearts represent the 6 people in my family <3

"Is leor don dreoilin a nead" is a Gaelic proverb. Translation: "The nest is enough for a wren." Meaning: "Home is where the heart is.

Its an old maori proverb meaning “turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you”.  Need I say more

I'd just etch it into my mind though but: Its an old maori proverb meaning “turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you”.

fall down seven times, stand up eight

This old Japanese quote( wrote in Hiragana) was introduced to me by a Japanese friend during a tough time, and I can't thank her enough for that! Un camino para buscarte

This Printable Bible Coloring Chart (in bookmark form) is available on this blog post along with all the other tools I LOVE to use to study God's Word. Have you tried using this yet? I love it (and so do my kids! Yay!)

Good Morning Girls Resources {The Book of Acts

This Printable Bible Coloring Chart (in bookmark form). my mom has always had me color code anyway i think this would be a good guideline :-)

Proverbs 23:12 Apply thine heart unto instruction, and thine ears to words of knowledge. Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Proverb 21:2 Every way of a man is right in his own eyes: but the LORD pondereth the heart.

The Importance of Self-Awareness for Kids With Learning and Attention Issues

5 Factors of Emotional Intelligence - Kids who have self-awareness do a better job self-monitoring. That means your child is able to figure out what’s working and what’s not working. Self-awareness also leads to self-reflection

...'you'll follow the crows for it' - an Irish Proverb meaning to miss something once it's gone. But aren't we the lucky ones. There are some who never have the connection in the first place.

...'you'll follow the crows for it' - an Irish Proverb meaning to miss something once it's gone. But aren't we the lucky ones. There are some who never have the connection in the first place.

Texan proverb. meaning: sounds like a personal problem to me.// I HAVE heard this one before haha -- yes now I"m searching these up I"m curious

meaning: sounds like a personal problem to me.// I HAVE heard this one before haha -- yes now I"m searching these up I"m curious

Raven Art of Michael Pape | “To have a raven’s knowledge” is an Irish proverb meaning to have a seer’s supernatural powers.

Raven Study - Common Raven, orginal wildlife mixed media drawing on masonite is sold. Framed limited edition giclée wildlife print on canvas is available by Canadian wildlife artist Michael Pape.

My “Daruma” tattoo. Nanakorobi Yaoki is a Japanese proverb, meaning falling down seven times (seven failures), getting up eight times to try again, i.e. life is full of ups and downs. Done by tattoo artist Bruna Yonashiro at Soul Tattoo Art & Café, São Paulo - Brazil

Nanakorobi Yaoki is a Japanese proverb, meaning falling down seven times (seven failures), getting up eight times to try again, i. life is full of ups and downs. Done by tattoo artist Bruna Yonashiro at Soul Tattoo Art Café, São Paulo - Brazil

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