“You will lose someone you can’t live without, and your heart will be badly broken, and the bad news is that you never completely get over the loss of your beloved. But this is also the good news. They live forever in your broken heart that doesn’t seal back up. And you come through. It’s like having a broken leg that never heals perfectly—that still hurts when the weather gets cold, but you learn to dance with the limp.”—Anne Lamott (via michellelynking)
These games will be release on or by November 18th:
Assassin’s Creed III
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
ESPN Sports Connection
FIFA Soccer 13
Game Party Champions
Just Dance 4
New Super Mario Bros. U
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge
Sonic & All-Starts Racing Transformed
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Warrior’s Orochi 3 Hyper
Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013
And these ones will be launched between November and March:
Aliens: Colonial Marines
Ben 10 Omniverse
Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2013
Family Party: 30 Great Games: Obstacle Arcade
Game & Wario
Lego City Undercover
Madden NFL 13
Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth
Mass Effect 3
Mighty Switch Force HD
Nano Assault Neo
Rapala Pro Bass Fishing
Rise of the Guardians: The Video Game
Runner 2: future Legend of Rhythm Alien
Tank! Tank! Tank!
The Wonderful 101
Toki Tori 2
Trine 2: Director’s Cut
Wheel of Fortune
Wii Fit U
… but seeing the number of women “mourning” Romney’s loss is dumbfounding to me.
Actually, the fact that people are upset that what they’re calling the “True America” didn’t win is appalling. They say the “True America” died, that we’ve lost faith and are God-less now. The hatred and bigotry is running rampant and instead of seeing this as something eye opening, that maybe this God is trying to teach us a lesson in compassion and that this God is leadings us down a path of social justice and change…
For one of the first times in a while, I’m feeling proud to be an American.
I want to work with my brothers and sisters in this country and help us move past these economic and social hardships.
I don’t talk about my faith much—mainly because I don’t like alienating people once they hear I’m a Christian, but also because 1) I’ve been disillusioned by a “mainstream” faith that promotes hate over love, and 2) I’d rather attempt to live a good life and have people see my faith through actions. But, that being said, I believe in the continued revelation of God. That women were created just as equally in the eye of God as men were. That God designed us to be beautiful and unique in our races, genders, abilities, and personalities. That God is a champion of love, and that we should not punish two people and their families because of that love.
I am not pro-abortion, but even as a woman myself I cannot force my choices on another woman when it is her health and her body in question. I don’t believe it’s the ideal answer, but that’s a choice each woman gets to make.
It breaks my heart to hear such hate come from Christians and people of faith. Aren’t we called to be examples? If you listen to your heart, you’ll hear it screaming out in support of compassion, understanding, and love.
Aren’t we all brothers and sisters? Let’s stop the family feud and work towards loving each other.