Yoga I’m mostly peace love and light and a little go fuck yourself shirt
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Some here, but I never got any bruises from my green crackers. I did get bruises from wearing my metal skate there was no way to stop in them besides jumping on to the grass. This did not always fare well when you would wear them down a steep hill and less than 1 block away from our house in any direction there was a steep hill. Yoga I’m mostly peace love and light and a little go fuck yourself shirt I remember going down the steepest one on someone else’s bike, they neglected to tell me the bike had no brakes and the road dead-ended at the bottom of the hill!
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This was before bike helmets and pads. Yoga I’m mostly peace love and light and a little go fuck yourself shirt I survived with a few bumps and bruises but I never told my parents about the dumb thing I did. I was always outside also as a kid, climbing trees, making mud pies, catching bugs, ice skating, sledding down our huge hill, bicycling for miles on end, going to the park to play, selling kool-aid or putting on a fair with my cousins, best of all climbing the billboard sign near Cecil’s Deli in Highland Park, MN. Nowadays most people would say most of those things are too dangerous especially since I would do them by myself or with other kids my age with no parental supervision, God forbid! I miss my green clackers!
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Holly Huston the paranoid exceptions don’t make the rule, babe. like, come on dude. get with it. seriously, is that likely to happen each and every day? really? based on that, kids should never be allowed to play outside at school lunch or recess cuz stoned drivers could blast through every day exactly at those times only. Cristy Gerth that’s true and I didn’t make my kids stay around me all the time. My daughter was killed in a wreck when she was 15 and for a long time I went through all of the if only’s, but when, in a couple of years, I was thinking more clearly I realized I would not change anything about the way I raised them even though I was criticized. I would be taking their independence away if I had raised them to only depend on me.