Wishing on Beta Lyrae

Heather. Simply Heather.

January 6, 2014 9:57 pm
Someone likes her crab legs. #chinesebuffet #crablegs #hungry #memphis #lillynn (at Hibachi Grill Sushi Buffet)

Someone likes her crab legs. #chinesebuffet #crablegs #hungry #memphis #lillynn (at Hibachi Grill Sushi Buffet)

December 16, 2013 1:39 am
Happy birthday @amberstar8787 I miss you so much!!!

Happy birthday @amberstar8787 I miss you so much!!!

December 14, 2013 10:04 pm
Now I’m in the holiday spirit. #Christmas #HappyHolidays #Tree #Ornaments #Blue #Silver

Now I’m in the holiday spirit. #Christmas #HappyHolidays #Tree #Ornaments #Blue #Silver

December 6, 2013 5:41 pm
euo:

Max Ehrmann’s Desiderata 
You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here

euo:

Max Ehrmann’s Desiderata 

You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here

(via moonbrains)

5:40 pm
drfondue:

allons-ymywaywardsons:


Misha’s favorite Supernatural episode 

Jared’s laugh.

can i get pregnant from this

drfondue:

allons-ymywaywardsons:

Misha’s favorite Supernatural episode

Jared’s laugh.

can i get pregnant from this

(Source: itsfuuh, via moonbrains)

5:40 pm
theatlantic:

How Do We Welcome Astronauts Back to Earth? By Making Them Go Through Customs

In a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) yesterday afternoon, the now-retired astronaut-cum-social-media-phenomenon Chris Hadfield answered a series of redditors’ questions about space travel. One of them: 
“Did you have to pass through Customs or some other international checkpoint when you landed in Kazakhstan?”
Hadfield’s answer? Yes! As the Canadian explains it, “NASA kept our passports and visas, and brought them to us at landing, so we had them at the Karaganda airport to leave Kazakhstan.” The whole thing was, he says, “a funny but necessary detail of returning to Earth.”
Read more. [Image: Shutterstock/FER737NG]

theatlantic:

How Do We Welcome Astronauts Back to Earth? By Making Them Go Through Customs

In a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) yesterday afternoon, the now-retired astronaut-cum-social-media-phenomenon Chris Hadfield answered a series of redditors’ questions about space travel. One of them: 

Did you have to pass through Customs or some other international checkpoint when you landed in Kazakhstan?”

Hadfield’s answer? Yes! As the Canadian explains it, “NASA kept our passports and visas, and brought them to us at landing, so we had them at the Karaganda airport to leave Kazakhstan.” The whole thing was, he says, “a funny but necessary detail of returning to Earth.”

Read more. [Image: Shutterstock/FER737NG]

5:39 pm
fickmichbitte:

I love this so much.

fickmichbitte:

I love this so much.

(Source: royalteens, via frazile)

5:38 pm

blaqmercury:

machinegnome:

tibetian tantric carved skull

I adore this- the best I have seen yet. Wonder if it has that burnt tree smell left??

(via cheersforthesunrise)

5:38 pm 5:37 pm

yungvermeer:

yungvermeer:

Today I had the pleasure of making genuine ultramarine blue oil paint. The pigment, powdered lapis lazuli, creates one of the most sought after blue paints in all of art history. It is a paint that Vermeer used extensively.

While I’m not going to share the paint (it’s expensive!), I will share these nearly pornographic photos of the the paint-making process.

Enjoy!

Reblogging myself because it’s relevant to my last post.

(via astrotastic)

December 1, 2013 7:56 pm 7:56 pm

the-absolute-best-posts:

rapi:

She will be that mom who goes on all the field trips just to embarrass her kids

This post has been featured on a 1000Notes.com blog!

(Source: lovingeverlark, via rishayy24)

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