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Hello, my name is Lisa. I like to write, cook, and make things with yarn.

Be warned... I reblog a lot of photos of cupcakes.

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devilsmadvocate:

lefayss:

dude 

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dragons are mentioned in almost all cultures all across the world even before they had interaction with each other and you’re telling me they didn’t exist

wow it’s almost like some kind of large lizard-like creatures roamed the earth at some point and left fossilized remnants of their bodies behind that ancient cultures were trying to make sense of

^^^

“Despite your best efforts, people are going to be hurt when it’s time for them to be hurt.”

– Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood (via observando)

beeslikehoney:

Coffee Mug, Please Go Away I’m Introverting, Quote Mug, Calligraphy Mug by BrittanyGarnerDesign (16.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1wSMUDg


Feeling like this is going to have to be me until my copy of Blue Lily, Lily Blue is out. (I didn&#8217;t realize I followed such fandom-y people? )

beeslikehoney:

Coffee Mug, Please Go Away I’m Introverting, Quote Mug, Calligraphy Mug by BrittanyGarnerDesign (16.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1wSMUDg

Feeling like this is going to have to be me until my copy of Blue Lily, Lily Blue is out. (I didn’t realize I followed such fandom-y people? )

“Readers commonly view short-shorts as writing exercises rather than interesting reading material—just a challenge for writers to hone their craft. What’s not realized by most readers is how good these little nuggets of narrative can be. They can be emotionally devastating, overwhelmingly brutal and lovely all at once. Yep, I might be getting a little too excited about this, but I’ve found that flash fiction writing is the lesser known genre that’s perfect for brief reading moments. Public transportation reading, for example, has not been the same since I started reading flash fiction anthologies. Bold plot lines meet poetic control, and then come to a close before you reach your bus stop.”

– from Let’s Welcome Flash Fiction To The Party by Jessi Lewis (via bookriot)


books0977:
Lady with a book in the garden (1892). Brunner František Dvořák (1862-1927). Oil on canvas.
"A book is a garden, an orchard, a storehouse, a party, a counselor, a multitude of counselors." ~ Henry Ward Beecher

books0977:

Lady with a book in the garden (1892). Brunner František Dvořák (1862-1927). Oil on canvas.

"A book is a garden, an orchard, a storehouse, a party, a counselor, a multitude of counselors." ~ Henry Ward Beecher

jessehimself:

8-year-old polyglot Mabou Loiseau (8 languages, 8 musical instruments, sings) on Katie Couric

Mabou Loiseau speaks French, Arabic, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin, Creole, English, Sign Language and is learning Japanese. She also plays piano, violin, drums, guitar, harp, clarinet, flute, conga, sings and takes college level algebra.

From ‘Katie’ on ABC, July 10 2014.

So impressive.