dear world, i'm pleased to meet you.

Alaina. 21.
I live in a mitten.
I like tea, books, sundresses, and baking things.

thedsgnblog:

Quotes on Shit    |    http://quotesonshit.tumblr.com

We all use so much shit. We collect shit, buy shit, steal shit, trade shit and then throw shit away. So what happens with all this old shit? Is there a life after it leaves our hands? Shit winds up in our garbage, on our streets, in our landfills, and in our junk shops. QOS feel bad for this abandoned and rejected shit so they’re rescuing these objects and breathing new life into them by giving them a voice with words. They want to turn old shit into new shit, and give them a second chance to be loved and help find this shit a new home. QOS is a side project by Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman.

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hedendom:

This captivating series of original artwork by Anna Novikova is entitled ‘Goddesses of the North’ and features gorgeous representations of Skade, Frøya, Natt, Rån, Siv, Idunn and Hel.

(via fuckyeahpaganism)

benesmauglocked:

fwips:

Laptop Usage in Bed: the slippery slope

I relate to this on a molecular level.

This is so painfully accurate.

(via ruinedchildhood)

fuckyeahpaganism:

Ouija Cake. (x)

fuckyeahpaganism:

Ouija Cake. (x)

surreelust:

Second Sign by Loci

(via fueledbycaffeine)

Time’s passage through the memory is like molten glass that can be opaque or crystallize at any given moment at will: a thousand days are melted into one conversation, one glance, one hurt, and one hurt can be shattered and sprinkled over a thousand days. It is silent and elusive, refusing to be damned and dripped out day by day; it swirls through the mind while an entire lifetime can ride like foam on the deceptive, transparent waves and get sprayed onto the consciousness at ragged, unexpected intervals.
The Women of Brewster Place, Gloria Naylor

ibmblr:

Fantastical Nonfiction
Mutant Clouds!

It’s the… Cloud! The name sounds more suited for a comic book character than the moniker for a $100 billion dollar computer services industry. But soon even the most mild-mannered clouds will be getting some uncanny powers. Researchers at IBM, AT&T and ACS have developed a prototype system creating elastic bandwidth between clouds, reducing cloud-to-cloud set-up times from days to seconds. So all kinds of clouds, with all kinds of data sets, can join forces in an instant to become exponentially more powerful. For more about these mighty shapeshifters, read on →