I love that mountains make me feel small (in a good way). I get the same feeling from being out on the beach back in Florida, especially when no one else is around. It’s probably also why I like New York. When I feel small, I remember to take the time to slow down and look at the bigger picture...and there’s so much to look forward to!!
I know this prep, business and upcoming fit expo has been very stressful.
But here we are. We made it through!
Every cardio sessions, work outs, pop up events, Photoshoot, team meetings,your there.
Thank you for being my # 1 supporter and thank you for everything.
I wouldn’t trade anything in this world for this. Everything in life are better with you.
This picture taken after the day of LA FITNESS pop up events.
We look tired and exhausted. That’s why this picture worth a thousand words.
This is my passion and I’m excited to share this venture with you.
Photo Cred: @kylepanela
Dr. Lawrence K. Altman describes the unbelievably complicated process in The New York Times:
One team removes the face and underlying tissues from a donor, while a second team removes the damaged portions of the recipient's face. Bone, if needed, is attached first. Then four major arteries and veins, two on each side of the upper neck, are attached as quickly as possible. Once blood flows to nourish the new face, surgeons can take more time to stitch nerves, muscles, other soft tissues and finally the skin. As the graft heals and nerves regenerate, rehabilitation to relearn speaking and other tasks begins; monitoring for rejection lasts a lifetime.
The image below shows a computer model generated to help the surgeons with planning the before (A) and after (B). The bottom panel shows the actual patient, before and after surgery. As can be seen in the photo, this transplant involved the whole middle of the face, including teeth, tongue, and jaw.
Sorry babe your cute and all but I’m not known for being a mayaka stan-
Dt: @xyst.lightstar.amv @critic.priitasu @jerzamv @relicxa and anyone else who loves best SGIC (school girl in charge)
AC/IB: @bigbootybaku (I added VO)
CC: me (agAin a new one called butterfly)
Edit: hey I posted tWICE on my lil odd YouTube Channel so uH
ANOTHER EDIT: MY TRANSITION BTW
As inundações causadas por fortes chuvas deixaram mais de 300 mortos no estado indiano de Kerala, informou nesta sexta-feira (17) o governo local. Trata-se da pior inundação em cem anos. As autoridades informaram ainda que estão reforçando as operações de resgate. Estima-se ainda ainda haja 6.000 pessoas presas em pontos de inundação. O premiê indiano, Narendra Modi, anunciou nesta sexta que conversou com Vijayan sobre a situação das inundações, que começaram na semana passada. "Me deslocarei nesta noite [de sexta-feira] até Kerala para examinar a situação", escreveu Modi em uma rede social. (Foto: AFP) #inundacao#morte#india#diariodonordeste#dn