Finished my #diy #bouquet this morning #dlhallowedding


“Marry your best friend. Fooling around is fun, but life gets in the way and when it gets hard, you’d wanna be married to your best friend.”


- One of my customers  (via tinysleeper)

This made me smile because I feel like this is exactly what I am doing.

(via mzxiii)

Really happy for you and a bit envious

(via lambskins-and-luckystrikes)

Thanks, darling. I miss you. I think I’m going to make David watch Santa Clause.


[28July14]

I’ve not been updating like I use to. I’ve just been incredibly busy.

David proposed and I said yes. We’re getting married on Halloween. It seems like my every waking moment is spent planning and preparing for the wedding. It’s exhausting but I’m so damn happy about it I cannot find it in me to be upset about how tired I am.

Money is an issue. Business has been slower than usual lately and I’ve still not fully recovered from the financial drained that was my failed business venture. So, that sucks. Someone suggested I do one of those gofundme things but I don’t know if I’m about that life.

There are other things going on but my fingers are sore from origami so typing kinda sucks right now.


jovonnah-rabbit:

unexplained-events:

La Pascualita

Urban Legend

This mannequin has been in a store window in Chihuahua, Mexico for the past 75 years. Pascualita also has a very unique urban legend behind her. Many believe that she is not a mannequin, but the perfectly preserved corpse of the previous owner’s daughter.

Sonia Burciaga, a shop worker says, “Every time I go near Pascualita my hands break out in a sweat. Her hands are very realistic and she even has varicose veins on her legs. I believe she’s a real person.”

Other stories include Pascualita chaning positions on her own, her eyes following you around and the usual superstitions that come with haunted maannequins.

Source

Why has no one lifted her skirt to further prove if she’s an actual mummy?



“Love is composed if a single soul inhabiting two bodies. ❤”


— Aristotle (via laughforeverlive)

sixpenceee:

Cemetery fandom, here’s one for you.

As viral nova reports:

The grave is Nancy Kerlin Barnett’s (1793 – 1831). When the county decided to build the road through what used to be the local cemetery her grandson, Daniel Doty, was not happy. Doty went out and decided to guard his grandmother’s grave with a gun. He refused to move until they rerouted the road. Eventually the county gave in and built the road around the grave.

I hope I can have such loving grandchildren one day!

SOURCE

This makes me happy.


I did.


“Marry your best friend. Fooling around is fun, but life gets in the way and when it gets hard, you’d wanna be married to your best friend.”


- One of my customers  (via tinysleeper)

This made me smile because I feel like this is exactly what I am doing.



The Awful History Behind Why Hipsters Think It's OK to Wear Headdresses - Mic

Interesting article but I’m not entire on board with the “cultural appropriation” thing. Mainly because I don’t feel you can be an absolutist with exceptions.


The Secret to a Tattoo's Permanence: The Immune System - Atlantic Mobile

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Jiansong Chen

"The Heart"