Yislamoo are so cute

Yislamoo are so cute, aren’t they?

yislamoo greeting cards

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yislamoo greeting cards



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Solar flare

Solar flare, along with the Earth for scale.

Via io9



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Disney Princess Pasta to Make You Smile

A few weeks ago I found this amazing Disney princess pasta. HOW COOL IS IT?

There’s Cinderella, Belle, Aurora, and Snow White. There’s also Cinderella’s carriage and castle.

Unfortunately, the poor princesses die quickly, and as soon as you add any sauce.

Still really awesome.
princess pasta

Even if what you eat looks like this:
dead princess pasta



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On February

February was for winter, February was for spring.

Jordan is quite stunning these days. Don’t spend your weekend cooped up — go out on a road trip. My favorite place in February was Qasr il Abed in Eraq il Ameer, and you can buy fresh beets from the kids there as well.

ancient stones
Ancient stones scattered all over the grass in Iraq Al-Amir. The mansion, believed to have been built by Hyrcanus of Jerusalem, governor of Ammon, dates from approximately 200BC. The burial caves across from the ruins date back to the copper age. THAT’S REALLY OLD.

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Snow in our front yard

amman
The weekend after the snow– winter + spring + some cool symmetry

bayt got talent
Bayt.com got talent! Our legal counsel playing the qanun. How cool is that?

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Iraq al Ameer, take 2

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Snow covering Amman

homes
Pretty view

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Iraq al Ameer, take 3

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Why DO you work?

iraq al amir

mountains
House on the hill

pine
I love the smell of pine trees

rain
Rainy day

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Mathematics of Your Eyelash Length

From io9:

You can fake longer lashes with mascara, a curler, or extensions, but a new study suggests that the actual length of your lashes has already been set by a biological ratio. Plus, there’s also a pretty good mathematical reason to lay off those extra long extensions.

So what is the formula? The length of eyelashes on all 22 species of mammals studied was 1/3 of the width of the eye. To get to that formula, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology used two methods: First, they hit the American Museum of Natural History to start measuring all the eyes and lashes that they could.


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Amazing.



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Breakfast recipe: Arugula cheese rolls

Breakfast idea, elvish style: Spread half a teaspoon of Circassian cheese on an arugula leaf, and add a diced avocado. Drizzle virgin olive oil, sprinkle some lemon and salt, and add some black sesame seeds.

Roll and eat.

Enjoy.



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