"Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see" -- Mark Twain
 
 
 
In my writing I am acting as a map maker, an explorer of psychic areas, a cosmonaut of inner space, and I see no point in exploring areas that have already been thoroughly surveyed.
William S. Burroughs (via writersrelief)
 
 

alexbracken:

1. It’s OK to screw up. For me, this was the big revelation when I was writing my first book, In the Woods: I could get it wrong as many times as I needed to. I was coming from theatre, where you need to get it right every night, because this audience will probably never see the show again; it…

 
 

quietworld:

“Joss Whedon is most famous for creating Buffy the Vampire Slayer, its spin-off Angel and the short-lived but much-loved Firefly series. But the writer and director has also worked unseen as a script doctor on movies ranging from Speed to Toy Story. Here, he shares his tips on the art of…

 
 
michaeldunker:

#prague #monastery #strahov #magic #mysterious #library #instamood #breathtaking (Wurde mit Instagram aufgenommen)

michaeldunker:

#prague #monastery #strahov #magic #mysterious #library #instamood #breathtaking (Wurde mit Instagram aufgenommen)

 
 

theblackhairblog:

Acetamide MEA - Water soluble conditioning agent compatible with anionic and nonanionic systems as opposed to quaternary surfactants compatible only with cationics, adds shine.

Alcohol - A general term for organic ingredients that contain the OH (hydroxyl) group. Alcohols differ substantially…

 
 
ps-imadethis:

Fun nautical fact:  Rope bracelets were originally made and used by sailors as good luck charms to protect them on the open seas.  We recommend setting sail while rocking the boat with style.  Add a pinch of punk to your rebellious side and shine with an inventive edge.  Pull spikey inspiration from an icon, aka Hermes stud bracelets and check out other spiked sensations from CC Skye and Rebecca Minkoff.   Get roped in while creating your own nautical punk piece with this rockin’ DIY.  

To Create:  Gather a few Nantucket rope bracelets.  These were (and still are) a summer staple at local beach gift shops everywhere. Gather a variety of spikes and simply unscrew, push the screw end into the bracelet, and twist the back on.  Make sure your spikes are screwed in tight.  


P.S.- This is bracelet is a classic Turk’s Head knot using rope. CLICK HERE to watch how to DIY your own!

ps-imadethis:

Fun nautical fact:  Rope bracelets were originally made and used by sailors as good luck charms to protect them on the open seas.  We recommend setting sail while rocking the boat with style.  Add a pinch of punk to your rebellious side and shine with an inventive edge.  Pull spikey inspiration from an icon, aka Hermes stud bracelets and check out other spiked sensations from CC Skye and Rebecca Minkoff.   Get roped in while creating your own nautical punk piece with this rockin’ DIY. 

To Create:  Gather a few Nantucket rope bracelets.  These were (and still are) a summer staple at local beach gift shops everywhere. Gather a variety of spikes and simply unscrew, push the screw end into the bracelet, and twist the back on.  Make sure your spikes are screwed in tight.  

P.S.- This is bracelet is a classic Turk’s Head knot using rope. CLICK HERE to watch how to DIY your own!
 
 

isobeldoesnails:

Galaxy Nails Tutorial 

1. Apply black base coat

2. Using a make-up sponge apply white nail polish in long patches

3. Sponge on dark blue or purple around the edges of the white fading into the black

4. Blend bright pink or light blue, leaving small patches near the center to put a small amount of yellow

5. Using a tooth pick add small white dots in clusters 

6. Add a top coat, some people use glitter top coats

Send me a message if you have any questions about it :)

 
 
handmadepride:

Click here to make these lovely sugar cubes.

handmadepride:

Click here to make these lovely sugar cubes.

 
 

Francesca Jane

Francesca Jane

 
 
eliego:

Kelly by eye age on Flickr.

eliego:

Kelly by eye age on Flickr.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Falling, Catching by Agnes Obel

shared from exfm

 
 

Riverside by Agnes Obel

shared from exfm