My life as I become myself

asylum-art:

Creative LED Lights Mimic Mushrooms in Nature by Yukio Takano

A unique and magic way to brighten up your house / office / room (bathroom?) That’s the right atmosphere!

For these LED Mushroom Lights we thank the Japanese designer Yukio Takano of The Great Mushrooming. 

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booksandwildthings:

swagbat:

how game of thrones should end

#khal drogo just #descends from the heavens #on a flaming stallion #punches everyone in the face #and sits his fine dothraki ass down on the iron throne #until daenerys shows up #then he stands #dusts the seat off a bit #and steps aside for his khalessi

booksandwildthings:

swagbat:

how game of thrones should end

#khal drogo just #descends from the heavens #on a flaming stallion #punches everyone in the face #and sits his fine dothraki ass down on the iron throne #until daenerys shows up #then he stands #dusts the seat off a bit #and steps aside for his khalessi

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Scenes from a hairy sofa

She likes to lay out in the sun and when she comes in her hair is all warm, like a blanket fresh out of the dryer.

I think it is like her version of a dog sauna, she lays in the heat until she can’t take it any longer and then comes into the air conditioned house to cool off (it is at least in the 90’s outside, if not hotter, when we went for a walk last night around 10 pm it was still in the high 70’s)

The pic with the scary face was mid yawn, I just thought it looked cool lol

papalagiblog:

THE THIRTEEN DOLLAR HOUSE   This is probably the lowest cost to build home i have ever seen. It is located near a small town called Jefferson, Colorado in Park County, Colorado.
 “His own house on this homestead defied all kinds of rules. It didn’t even have a door. To get in, you climbed into one of the windows and down a little ladder to the below ground cement floor. Not recommended for monsoon countries, like Thailand, Peggy cautioned. They called their house “The Thirteen Dollar House” because that’s all it cost to build. One side of it was bermed with earth. The roof was plywood scraps covered with plastic, then cob. On our last day we would paint it with a beeswax and linseed oil mixture for further waterproofing. The remaining sides were faced with salvaged windows. There was a sleeping loft. Tomato plants were growing in the window. Several trays of sunflower seeds sprouted on the desk. It was a green house for sleeping in. Luckily, it was too small to be the concern of building inspectors.”

papalagiblog:

THE THIRTEEN DOLLAR HOUSE   This is probably the lowest cost to build home i have ever seen. It is located near a small town called Jefferson, Colorado in Park County, Colorado.


“His own house on this homestead defied all kinds of rules. It didn’t even have a door. To get in, you climbed into one of the windows and down a little ladder to the below ground cement floor. Not recommended for monsoon countries, like Thailand, Peggy cautioned. They called their house “The Thirteen Dollar House” because that’s all it cost to build. One side of it was bermed with earth. The roof was plywood scraps covered with plastic, then cob. On our last day we would paint it with a beeswax and linseed oil mixture for further waterproofing. The remaining sides were faced with salvaged windows. There was a sleeping loft. Tomato plants were growing in the window. Several trays of sunflower seeds sprouted on the desk. It was a green house for sleeping in. Luckily, it was too small to be the concern of building inspectors.”

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I decided to ditch school and instead spent the morning in Santa Barbara with Aaron. Best decision ever.

We made some gluten free apple cider donuts for one of Aaron’s coworkers who is leaving (and can only eat gluten free) and they turned out delicious!

I am always impressed with how well we work together in our tiny little kitchen :)