I would throw every liquid way. Then go to the store and replace every liquid. And buy a camera to place in my kitchen. Don’t you mess up my food!

What will it be...?

Air Force Creed... While this doesn't exactly pertain to my time in the Air Force, I would have been proud to live it.  USAF!

Being the daughter of an airman and the stepdaughter of another, I get to see this creed in action every day. However, I wonder if all airmen have the same dedication and love for their service that my family does.

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Janus Bifrons in the Vatican Museums, the god of beginnings and transitions, god of gates and doorways, endings and time. A two-faced god looking to the future as well as the past. Month of January dedicated to Janus by Romans

JANO

JANO

JANO

JANO

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Javier Díaz Gil: Mitología: las dos caras del dios Jano.

Javier Díaz Gil: Mitología: las dos caras del dios Jano.

dios de los portales y las transiciones-jano

Janus, God of Portals and Transitions, is a mage of the Roman pantheon in Smite.

Janus - In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus (Latin: Ianus) is the god of beginnings and transitions,[1] thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time. He is usually a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past. The Romans dedicated the month of January to Janus. Source: Wikipedia

Janus - In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus (Latin: Ianus) is the god of beginnings and thence also of gates, doors, doorways, endings and time. He is usually a two-faced god since he looks to the future and the past.

el dios Jano

el dios Jano

Jano (en latín Janus, Ianus) es, en la mitología romana, un dios que tenía dos caras mirando hacia ambos lados de su perfil, padre de Fontus. Jano era el dios de las puertas, los comienzos y los finales

Jano (en latín Janus, Ianus) es, en la mitología romana, un dios que tenía dos caras mirando hacia ambos lados de su perfil, padre de Fontus. Jano era el dios de las puertas, los comienzos y los finales

MOISES-PEDRO

MOISES-PEDRO

La mitología griega y romana están repletas de historias que nos parecen escandalosas. Cardea, la ninfa violada por el dios Jano que se convirtió en diosa.

La mitología griega y romana están repletas de historias que nos parecen escandalosas. Cardea, la ninfa violada por el dios Jano que se convirtió en diosa.

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