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one big fat mole did this to my garden ?#makingamountainoutofamolehill #mole #mountain #gardenrenovation #digging
The female hooman always squeals in delight when she catches us snuggling up...what gives?!? 😑 We were just trying to squeeze the other outta the way.  #radar #rebel #robbie #cute #cairnterrier #cairnterriersofinstagram #norwichterrier #norwichterriersofinstagram #cuddle #snuggle #happypills💊 #humpday🐫 #wednesday #workweek #makingamountainoutofamolehill #siblingrivalry
„Aus einer Mücke einen Elefanten machen“ - making an elephant out of a mosquito - equals the English saying „making a mountain out of a molehill“. #project #design #designproject  #illustration #drawing #sketch #book #designstudent #student #german #saying #mosquito #elephant #fabercastell @fabercastellglobal #pittartispen #fabercastellpittartistpen #brushpen #pigmentliner #staedtlerpigmentliner @staedtlerdeutschland #gelpen #whitegelpen #blackandwhite #whiteonblackonwhite #contrast #auseinermückeeinenelefantenmachen #makingamountainoutofamolehill
Amp Moses came down the from the mountain and lo their were double stacks and tinnitus fell upon the land. - #noideawhatimonabout #notevendrunk #drunkonamps #makingamountainoutofamolehill #fabricprint #fineart #modernart #amphill #random #sharkteeth
This little bastard went to town last night on our yard. #gopherproblems #iwanthimdead #makingamountainoutofamolehill
Gingers in the sun ... not a good idea! Hot, slow slog today! #outandabout #makingamountainoutofamolehill #molejokes #run1000miles #ultratraining #hothothot
After a long week it’s easy to catch yourself making a mountain out of a molehill.
Another day is not going as expected.... I have a problem with stuff like that. Unexpected changes don't have to be a bad thing. I need to make a plan so I have a direction to go in before this makes me crazy. Unplugging now to find that positive mindset! #lawofattraction #energy #negativetopositive #unplannedfreetime #disagreements #steamrolling #psychologicalsteamrolling #snuffedout #highanddry #frustration #stubbornness #handleit #handleitmyself #feedingnegativity #smalldisagreements #makingamountainoutofamolehill
these are just some things that i’ve regretted in life and it may or may not relate to you. hope you guys enjoy💜!! #selfcare #skincare #skin #skincareroutine #thread  #skincaretips #skincareproducts #health #beauty #lifehacks #selflove #trending #beautiful #body #loveyourself #feet #nails #lips #face #skintypes #explorepage #regret #makingamountainoutofamolehill #worry #peoplesopinions
When you lick your initially tiny wound to the point that your hooman has to physically keep you away from it #persistentpup #makingamountainoutofamolehill
@sk8queen -  The idiocy continues until this day... . . Credit to from @respectmyhair -  #repost  IT’S BEEN JUST 50 YEARS since the Petula Clark, Belafonte "Touch" Controversy #notsolongago - The television special “Petula”, aired in April 1968. During a taping of the show in March of 68’, while singing a duet with Belafonte titled “On the Path of Glory”, an anti-war song that she had composed, Petula Clark (“Downtown”) innocently and naturally touched Belafonte’s arm toward the end of the song. - Doyle Lott, a V.P. from Chrysler, the show’s sponsor, was present at the taping.  Lott objected to the “interracial touching” and feared the brief moment would offend Southern viewers — racial conflict was a major issue in the U.S. - Lott insisted they substitute a different take — one with Clark and #belafonte standing well away from each other.  But Clark and her husband, Claude Wolff, the executive producer, refused. - Several takes of the song existed on tape in which Clark didn’t touch Belafonte, but they destroyed all the other takes of the song, and delivered the finished program to #nbc with the touching segment left in.  Clark, who had ownership of the special, told NBC that the performance would be shown intact or she would not allow the special to be aired at all. - The moment is very tame, to say the least, to the modern eye. Even at the time Variety ended its review of the special: “… the touching bit which caused such a stir… could only disturb the spiritually sick.” - The show was broadcast on April 8th, 1968 with Clark and Belafonte doing several numbers on their own before they sang together. It marked the first time a man and woman of different races exchanged physical contact on #american television. - By March 1968, Lott was relieved of his responsibilities at Chrysler. The Clark-Belafonte-Chrysler incident made the news, that reported on the controversy. The press stories, however, only heightened viewer interest
The idiocy continues until this day... . . Credit to from @respectmyhair -  #repost  IT’S BEEN JUST 50 YEARS since the Petula Clark, Belafonte "Touch" Controversy #notsolongago - The television special “Petula”, aired in April 1968. During a taping of the show in March of 68’, while singing a duet with Belafonte titled “On the Path of Glory”, an anti-war song that she had composed, Petula Clark (“Downtown”) innocently and naturally touched Belafonte’s arm toward the end of the song. - Doyle Lott, a V.P. from Chrysler, the show’s sponsor, was present at the taping.  Lott objected to the “interracial touching” and feared the brief moment would offend Southern viewers — racial conflict was a major issue in the U.S. - Lott insisted they substitute a different take — one with Clark and #belafonte standing well away from each other.  But Clark and her husband, Claude Wolff, the executive producer, refused. - Several takes of the song existed on tape in which Clark didn’t touch Belafonte, but they destroyed all the other takes of the song, and delivered the finished program to #nbc with the touching segment left in.  Clark, who had ownership of the special, told NBC that the performance would be shown intact or she would not allow the special to be aired at all. - The moment is very tame, to say the least, to the modern eye. Even at the time Variety ended its review of the special: “… the touching bit which caused such a stir… could only disturb the spiritually sick.” - The show was broadcast on April 8th, 1968 with Clark and Belafonte doing several numbers on their own before they sang together. It marked the first time a man and woman of different races exchanged physical contact on #american television. - By March 1968, Lott was relieved of his responsibilities at Chrysler. The Clark-Belafonte-Chrysler incident made the news, that reported on the controversy. The press stories, however, only heightened viewer interest in the show.
Alright So I have neglected my page for about a month now and so I’ll posting more artwork soon!!! #comingsoon #herewego #yay#excited #art #makingamountainoutofamolehill #ohwell #smiles #lgiletsgetitletsgo
I think ye got a mole in the lawn! @ness_gardens #makingamountainoutofamolehill

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