bunnknees Treated myself to a beautiful aqua aura stone today for finishing my final semester of my undergraduate degree. Once I have it wrapped, I can wear it and always be reminded of the beautiful, happy, and life changing journey spent in the small little town of Shepherdstown. In less than 3 months I begin another journey... 2d

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bunnknees Changed my mind 🤔 4d

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bunnknees Forever walking in and out of the camera frame 😐😑 (this is the last of my spam today I swear ) #flowarttv #hooplah #practice 5d

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bunnknees Academia, hoops and being outside ~ I'm in one of my happiest of places 1w

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bunnknees Can't wait for this semester to be over, I really miss hooplah. 🏽🏽🏽 2w

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bunnknees I can't believe how much these succulents have grown in a month and I've added some friends: #succulents and #aloe 3w

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bunnknees Apparently it's #nationalsiblingsday so 2012 3w

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bunnknees A cute new wedgie combo for me, so so soooo fun I'm horrible at keeping up with #stopdropandspin but I'm sending it to you lovely hoopers ---> ( @sydworrom_ @karmynkoon @idahoopin_84 @mikeebuado ) PS: Don't mind me looking like a grub... I came from the gym totally inspired. #happygirl #hoopspam #hoopersofinstagram #hooplah #infinitecircles #gratefulhooper #future #ledhoop #led #hulahoop #hoopersofig #hoopflow #hoopingforlife #hooplovers #dreadies #flowartists #hoopgirls #hoopinglife #flowart #flow #flowarttv 3w
  •   sydworrom_ How you got into the wedgie was so creative, thanks for the inspo and the tag 3w
  •   bunnknees @sydworrom_ wow well thank you I can't wait to see it, and alwaysss 3w

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bunnknees 👁‍🗨 trying something else #flowartsfriday #flowart 3w

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bunnknees The doggy head turn gets me every time 4w

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bunnknees Seriously, am I the only one bewitched by this? 4w

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bunnknees Drive by does no justice 4w

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bunnknees Back to basics #flowart 1mon

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bunnknees Wow... Every time I look at this old picture I laugh, us switching drinks, you purposefully making that drunk white girl face, making me laugh uncontrollably, and it reminds how I knew you were family after the first hour I met you. The lives you touched with your funny, sweet, and gentle soul will never forget you. Mom and I love and miss Damien. "When he died, all things soft and beautiful and bright would be buried with him." 1mon
  •   bunnknees @sd_duffy mom showed me some of these pictures and I just spent 20 minutes crying my eyes out 1mon
  •   sd_duffy The times I spent with him talking about what good southern cooking is ♡ big big heart, i miss him too :( 1mon

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bunnknees Happy Easter you all. On another note, this month has been a month of especially good academic reads ~____~
I wanted to recommend these two. The top one was required for class and the bottom one was an optional read.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "All In the Family"⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Contemporary liberal commentators and politicians often lament that conservative interests employ cultural issues such as abortion and gay marriage to convince working-class Americans to vote against their economic interests. However, Robert O. Self, presents this conventional political wisdom as a false dichotomy. In "All in the Family", Self presents a complex and nuanced argument, tracing how breadwinning liberalism, focusing upon economic issues and the safety net, transformed into breadwinning conservatism with an emphasis upon the traditional nuclear family.
"Before Abortion Was A Crime"
Leslie Reagan's research is the first to examine the entire period during which abortion was illegal in the United States, beginning in the mid-nineteenth century and ending with Roe v. Wade in 1973. Although illegal, millions of abortions were provided during these years to women of every class, race, and marital status. The experiences and perspectives of these women, as well as their physicians and midwives, are movingly portrayed here.
Reagan traces the practice and policing of abortion. While abortions have been typically portrayed as grim "back alley" operations, she finds that abortion providers often practiced openly and safely. Moreover, numerous physicians performed abortions, despite prohibitions by the state and the American Medical Association. Women often found cooperative practioners, but prosecution, public humiliation, loss of privacy, and inferior medical care were a constant threat.
Reagan's analysis of previously untapped sources, including inquest records and trial transcripts, shows the fragility of patient rights and raises provocative questions about the relationship between medicine and law. With the right to abortion again under attack in the United States, this book offers vital lessons for every American concerned with, civil liberties, and personal and sexual freedom.
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bunnknees Lots on my mind #flowart #ledfans 1mon

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