Today while we were doing our makeup bright and early she informed me that she will never marry someone unless they can swim. I asked her why and she said they might stumble into a hidden creek, stream, or well—anything could happen. He must be able to swim so he won’t drown under pressure.
Then she whacked me in the face with the hair straightener which made me poke my eye with the mascara brush, so that was that. #lifewithTERSAH
I don’t fear goodbyes anymore, somehow, something always tells me when things are about to end and somehow i prepare myself for goodbyes long before i actually get to say it. .
Siapa yg tau kalau diatas flyover bisa tiba-tiba gerimis dan harus lari kebawah, dan......gerimisnya berhenti :( #explorejakarta#storyofthestreet#theweekoninstagram#jakarta
Being rich in minerals particularly limestone, coal, shale, bauxite, laterite etc. Meghalaya has become a boon to the cement industry. There are a number of cement factories in operation as well as at the project stage. Major plants like Cement Manufacturing Company Ltd. (Star Cement), Meghalaya Cement Ltd. (Topcem) etc. M/s Adhunik Cement Ltd., M/s Hills Cement Ltd., M/s Amrit Cement & M/s Green Valley Industries Pvt. Ltd. are already in operation. | The Disappearing Wet Lands | The rainfall in Khasi Hills seems to be dwindling every year. Within last 5 years, the average rainfall has reduced by as much as 20 %. The rainfall this year has been in the range of 800 to 900 c.m. only. As a result, area seems to have lost its title of ‘The Wettest place on the Planet’. Global warming is the only reason that could be given for this change in weather pattern. Whatever may be reason, the reduced rain fall, increased average temperatures and disappearance of the fabled water falls in surrounding areas. Khasi hills is a high limestone plateau, rain falling on the hill drains away immediately, finishing up on the plains of Bangladesh, far below. With a growth in the population, water has to be carried up from the plains during the drier winter months or have to walk down the hill for several hours to fetch water from the springs.
“In New York, the buildings are like mountains in some ways, but they are only alive because of the people living in them. Real mountains are alive all over.”
~ Silas House, Same Sun Here