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Hi, I'm Taylor, and that's about it really.

vondell-swain:


i marked this broken fan so i could set it in the hallway and one of us would remember to throw it away tomorrow but i immediately got really sad because it makes it look like it absolutely hates itself

vondell-swain:

i marked this broken fan so i could set it in the hallway and one of us would remember to throw it away tomorrow but i immediately got really sad because it makes it look like it absolutely hates itself

mothwinged:

geist-eule:

Wicked Plants by Amy Stewart

A source book of the world’s most deadly, dangerous and irritating plants. I originally bought it as a resource for story writing, I think this book would also serve well as a reference for any who use plants and herbs for curse work as well as what to look out for in your own garden. 

Contains alternate names of plants, different categories of how dangerous each plant is with a mix of history. Also includes which plant is related to the other. I found this in the “Gardening” section of Chapters, but is probably easy to find in most book stores online and offline alike. 

This is on my wishlist! I already have a couple books on poisonous plants, but I’ve been lusting over this one (and the other books in the series) for ages.


Claude Monet, gardenerIn Giverny, Monet created a spectacular garden (1883-1926) that in no way can be compared with the much smaller and above all more conventional garden in Argenteuil nor with the garden in Vétheuil.In this very special autochrome photograph, the already 81-years old Monet is posing in front of his house (and studio) in Giverny. 
Anonymous, Claude Monet in front of his House at Giverny, 1921. Autochrome, 18 x 24 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Claude Monet, gardener
In Giverny, Monet created a spectacular garden (1883-1926) that in no way can be compared with the much smaller and above all more conventional garden in Argenteuil nor with the garden in Vétheuil.
In this very special autochrome photograph, the already 81-years old Monet is posing in front of his house (and studio) in Giverny. 

Anonymous, Claude Monet in front of his House at Giverny, 1921. Autochrome, 18 x 24 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris

jaclcfrost:

bare minimum? i thought you meant bear minimum. as in the smallest amount of bears possible. which is why i brought one bear. there’s one bear. aka. the smallest amount of bears possible. i mean this is a problem but at least it’s not like. bear maximum

glittermisandrist:

skelegrease:

A saltire was burned today. I’m still disgusted. People have been stabbed and beaten today. Nazi salutes were thrown infront of a war memorial today. Young people have had abuse hurled at them left and right. Do not ignore this. Do not ignore what’s happening in Glasgow tonight.

if you’re not gaelic or not residing in scotland it is your duty to make this blow up.