smartgirlsattheparty
smartgirlsattheparty:

Submitted via our Facebook Page: “Here is Riley, age 10 doing science experiments on a Sunday morning while listening to the Top Gun soundtrack on vinyl and watching 30 Rock re-runs. She didn’t learn to read until 2nd grade but now is one grade level above her age peers! She wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up and she has joined the math team and Volleyball team at school this year!”
According to Smart Girl Riley’s mom “On the second day of school this year she had a substitute named Ms. Lemon who gave the class a spelling test and she told her ‘Good God, Lemon’” :)
Riley is changing the world by being herself and proving that Smart Girls Have More Fun!

smartgirlsattheparty:

Submitted via our Facebook Page: “Here is Riley, age 10 doing science experiments on a Sunday morning while listening to the Top Gun soundtrack on vinyl and watching 30 Rock re-runs. She didn’t learn to read until 2nd grade but now is one grade level above her age peers! She wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up and she has joined the math team and Volleyball team at school this year!”

According to Smart Girl Riley’s mom “On the second day of school this year she had a substitute named Ms. Lemon who gave the class a spelling test and she told her ‘Good God, Lemon’” :)

Riley is changing the world by being herself and proving that Smart Girls Have More Fun!

youokay-mulder

youokay-mulder:

So whose idea was it then? That is the question ! o.O

munchiesmedia

munchiesmedia:

“Happiness” (Goldfrapp, 2008)

From Goldfrapp’s fourth album, Seventh Tree, comes this strangely sweet ditty that feels as refreshing as limeade on a hot summer afternoon. It is so delightful, in fact, that if one were not paying close attention to its lyrics, it would be easy to miss the irony in the message that this indie pop duo conveys through “Happiness.”

Love.