A cauliflower gets an MRI scan at GE’s Global Research Center in Munich, Germany. Image sequenced using 5mm slices.
Clara Henningsen (of The Henningsens) and her husband, Jacob are expecting their first child this spring.
Clara, who is the lead singer of the family trio, married Jacob Calaway in May 2014 on her family’s farm. “Jacob and I spent the first year and a half of our relationship long distance,” she said at the time. “We would go two months without seeing each other. It wasn’t easy, but it kind of prepared us for the future. We know there will be times we won’t see each other for a while. But that’s okay. Our love is strong and we are so blessed to have found each other. I am so happy to be married!”
Clara made the exciting announcement on Facebook, saying “Adding a new band member in March 2015!!”
Peter: We know.
Q: I’d heard you were traveling through Europe.
Petra: We were. We’ve been to Madrid, Paris, Prague, London… but all that traveling was tough on our relationship. We decided to come back here for a quick break and some quality time together.
Q: Oh, so you were traveling separately?
Peter: No. We were together.
Q: Oh. So back in Hester, you two were the hottest in school, but you famously never dated anyone. Has that changed in college?
Peter: Not really.
Petra: It’s hard because, we would never want to date someone the other didn’t approve of.
Peter: And I don’t think anyone is good enough for Petra.
Petra: And I don’t think anyone is good enough for Peter. So…
Peter: We’re just stuck with each other! Ha ha!
Q: I see. So what are you studying in college?
Petra: I’m pre-law.
Peter: And I’m pre-med.
Q: And your ultimate career goal is…
Peter & Petra: Modeling.
Q: Got it. Well thank you, I really enjoyed talking to you both.
Peter: We know.
—How Romantic Is That
Often the more simple and humble, the more lasting and beautiful. Fortunately as this song recognizes, this applies especially to plain old magnificent love.
I really just want it to affect somebody. To make somebody listen when they’re not really wanting to listen, or to make somebody feel something that they didn’t come that night to feel or that they forgot that they knew how to feel. That’s really what I try to do.
—Lori McKenna (via undoingthelaces)
If anyone needs me, I’ll just be over here, listening to Numbered Doors and crying because it is so beautiful.