Duchess Gummibuns

mymodernmet:

In India, there is a long-standing folk art known as rangoli (or kolam or Muggu), in which stunning patterns are created on the ground using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, and more. The bright designs are usually made during auspicious events like Diwali, Onam, Pongal, and other Indian festivals, as well as celebrations like weddings.

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meorzo:

Here comes one of my favourite parts of the year - August and September. Fully bloomed all around and it’s almost time to harvest… I spend lots of time in the woods and travelling those months, but never forget to get together my friends here, in my little cabin in the woods.

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padumb:



she wants us dead.
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"And it isn’t that I’m so unhappy I don’t want to live anymore. That’s not what it feels like. It feels more like I’m tired and bored and the party’s gone on too long and I want to go home. I feel flat and there doesn’t seem to be anything to look forward to, so I’d rather call it a day."

- Nick Hornby, About a Boy (via larmoyante)

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i had 3 very unsettling dreams last night and i’m upset abt it


Michinoku Hydrangea Garden

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