miss-bambi-tails:

tanukigalpa:

rosalarian:

I think we could all use a tiny kitten on our screens from time to time.

ugh i love how his tail is just a triangle

IT’S TAIL IS A TRIANGLE

miss-bambi-tails:

tanukigalpa:

rosalarian:

I think we could all use a tiny kitten on our screens from time to time.

ugh i love how his tail is just a triangle

IT’S TAIL IS A TRIANGLE

(Source: dpaf)

wood-fires:

Wormwood

Folk Names: Absinthe, Old Woman, Crown for a King, Madderwort, Mormot
Planet: Mars
Element: Fire
Part Used: whole plant, essential oil
Magical Uses: protection, love, spirit work
Medical Uses: loss of appetite, indigestion, gallbladder disorders. wounds, insect bites, worms, spasms, low sex drive
Best Taken As: Compress, Tonic
Caution: Do not over use. Do not use if pregnant or breast-feeding. May cause allergic reaction.

Sources: Scott Cunningham Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, WebMD, Bontanical

wood-fires:

Wormwood

Folk Names: Absinthe, Old Woman, Crown for a King, Madderwort, Mormot

Planet: Mars

Element: Fire

Part Used: whole plant, essential oil

Magical Usesprotection, love, spirit work

Medical Uses: loss of appetite, indigestion, gallbladder disorders. wounds, insect bites, worms, spasms, low sex drive

Best Taken As: Compress, Tonic

Caution: Do not over use. Do not use if pregnant or breast-feeding. May cause allergic reaction.

Sources: Scott Cunningham Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, WebMD, Bontanical

http://swampseer.tumblr.com/post/92797194859/thursdayplaid-clumsyoctopus-flower-language

thursdayplaid:

clumsyoctopus:

flower language has always been an intense source of disappointment for me

like, they all mean really generic things like “love” or “forever” or “i’m sorry”

i thought you could combine flowers

like you could just send someone a bouquet and from the…

(Source: cephalodogs)

blueberrymuffins:

The Legend of Chang’e and Houyi
According to Chinese legend, Chang’e and her husband Houyi were immortals living in heaven. One day, the ten sons of the Jade Emperor transformed into ten suns, causing the earth to scorch. The Jade Emperor could not stop his sons from destroying the Eath. So, he ordered the help of Houyi. Houyi, using his skills as an expert archer, shot down nine of the sons, but spared one to be the sun. The Jade Emperor was not pleased with Houyi’s solution to save the Earth. Angered that nine of his sons were dead, the Jade Emperor stripped Chang’e and Houyi of their immortality and banished them to Earth.
Chang’e was extremely saddened by the loss of her immortality. Unable to bear seeing his wife so sad, Houyi decided to go on a dangerous journey to obtain the pill of immortality so that they could be immortals once more. At the end of his quest he met the Queen Mother of the West, who agreed to give him the pill, but warned him that each person would only need half the pill to become immortal.
Houyi brought the pill home and stored it in a box.He warned Chang’e that while he was away, she should not open the box. However, Chang’e became too curious. She opened the box and found the pill just as Houyi was returning home. Nervous that Houyi would find that she opened the box, she accidentally swallowed the entire pill. However, she was not suppose to take the whole pill and overdose. This caused Chang’e to begin floating. Although Houyi wanted to shoot her in order to prevent her from floating further, he could not bear to aim the arrow at her in fear of harming his wife. Chang’e kept on floating until she landed on the Moon.
Chang’e would stay on the moon forever, separated from her husband for eternity with only the company of the jade rabbit and a woodcutter. 

blueberrymuffins:

The Legend of Chang’e and Houyi

According to Chinese legend, Chang’e and her husband Houyi were immortals living in heaven. One day, the ten sons of the Jade Emperor transformed into ten suns, causing the earth to scorch. The Jade Emperor could not stop his sons from destroying the Eath. So, he ordered the help of Houyi. Houyi, using his skills as an expert archer, shot down nine of the sons, but spared one to be the sun. The Jade Emperor was not pleased with Houyi’s solution to save the Earth. Angered that nine of his sons were dead, the Jade Emperor stripped Chang’e and Houyi of their immortality and banished them to Earth.

Chang’e was extremely saddened by the loss of her immortality. Unable to bear seeing his wife so sad, Houyi decided to go on a dangerous journey to obtain the pill of immortality so that they could be immortals once more. At the end of his quest he met the Queen Mother of the West, who agreed to give him the pill, but warned him that each person would only need half the pill to become immortal.

Houyi brought the pill home and stored it in a box.He warned Chang’e that while he was away, she should not open the box. However, Chang’e became too curious. She opened the box and found the pill just as Houyi was returning home. Nervous that Houyi would find that she opened the box, she accidentally swallowed the entire pill. However, she was not suppose to take the whole pill and overdose. This caused Chang’e to begin floating. Although Houyi wanted to shoot her in order to prevent her from floating further, he could not bear to aim the arrow at her in fear of harming his wife. Chang’e kept on floating until she landed on the Moon.

Chang’e would stay on the moon forever, separated from her husband for eternity with only the company of the jade rabbit and a woodcutter. 

greuze:

William Adolphe Bouguereau, Jeanne (Detail), 1888

greuze:

William Adolphe Bouguereau, Jeanne (Detail), 1888

Sandman: Dream Sand Spell to Attract Good Dreams

applesaucebro:

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"As they floated ever higher, none of them, oddly, sensed they were in any danger. Rather, they felt incredibly calm, as though this unprecedented occurrence was simply the way things were supposed to be, which was equally odd." -The Sandman and the War of Dreams

Since…

poppet-prince:

charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

I LOVE THIS SO MUCH

samurott:

*blows kiss down to the ground (for the skeletons)*

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Floral Skullpture by Jacky Tsai

(Source: furnitureinfashion.net)