I am horribly limited

zooophagous:

Oh Jesus Christ

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Leaves: Sage, Sedum, Lemon Balm, Vietnamese Mint, Aeonium, Black Prince Chili, Geranium, Nasturtium, Purple Cabbage, Lavender, Black Kale, Kalanchoe, Golden Oregano, Fuschia, Thyme, Maidenhair, Oregano, American Ivy, Rose Geranium, Pineapple Sage
Flowers: Geranium, Celosia, Marigold, Lobelia, Ice Plant, Begonia, Cornflower, Salvia, Strawberry, Chili, Lemon BalmFruit: Black Prince Chili

Leaves: Sage, Sedum, Lemon Balm, Vietnamese Mint, Aeonium, Black Prince Chili, Geranium, Nasturtium, Purple Cabbage, Lavender, Black Kale, Kalanchoe, Golden Oregano, Fuschia, Thyme, Maidenhair, Oregano, American Ivy, Rose Geranium, Pineapple Sage


Flowers: Geranium, Celosia, Marigold, Lobelia, Ice Plant, Begonia, Cornflower, Salvia, Strawberry, Chili, Lemon Balm

Fruit: Black Prince Chili

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disowns:

i wish i had friends i could just call up at like 2am and be like “lets chill or go for a walk” and they would do it

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—Unknown (via perfect)

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dorkstrider:

moment of silence for those people who followed me since i started this blog

they have seen things i am not proud of

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earthlynation:

So Tired Tiger 3-0 F LR 8-9-08 J048 (by sunspotimages)

earthlynation:

So Tired Tiger 3-0 F LR 8-9-08 J048 (by sunspotimages)

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—Thomas Wolfe (via observando)

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neil-gaiman:

The glorious Chris Riddell cover to THE SLEEPER AND THE SPINDLE, my strange (but Locus Award winning) story about an almost Snow White and a kind of Sleeping Beauty. Coming out from Bloomsbury the week of Hallowe’en.View more Neil Gaiman on WhoSay

neil-gaiman:

The glorious Chris Riddell cover to THE SLEEPER AND THE SPINDLE, my strange (but Locus Award winning) story about an almost Snow White and a kind of Sleeping Beauty. Coming out from Bloomsbury the week of Hallowe’en.

View more Neil Gaiman on WhoSay