sansalayned:

 What should you be called? | I could call myself after my mother.

Sansa & Catelyn parallels (requested by anonymous.)

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jamie malfunction fraser

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do-not-touch-my-food:

Cream Cheese Chocolate Chip Cookies
do-not-touch-my-food:

Twix Chocolate Chip Cookies
sansaweek:

I’m glad to introduce you to the upcoming Sansa Stark Appreciation Week! A week for all of her fans to join and honor our dear wolf lady from 25 to 31 August. How? By making a creation each day during a week, all dedicated to Sansa Stark. Any kind of creation is welcomed here: gifs, graphics, fanart, fanmixes and fanfics/drabbles.
These are the prompts for each day, and also the schedule for the week:

Day 1: Favorite quote(s)
Day 2: Favorite trait(s)
Day 3: Favorite season/book
Day 4: Favorite relationship
Day 5: One scene
Day 6: Sansa + color
Day 7: Anything you like!

Remember to tag your work as “sansa appreciation week” within the first five tags, so I can find them and reblog them. Any work in this tag will be published (unless it goes against some of the rules of the blog.)
Here you have some extra information on the week. If you have any doubt, just ask me :)

sansaweek:

I’m glad to introduce you to the upcoming Sansa Stark Appreciation Week! A week for all of her fans to join and honor our dear wolf lady from 25 to 31 August. How? By making a creation each day during a week, all dedicated to Sansa Stark. Any kind of creation is welcomed here: gifs, graphics, fanart, fanmixes and fanfics/drabbles.

These are the prompts for each day, and also the schedule for the week:

Day 1: Favorite quote(s)

Day 2: Favorite trait(s)

Day 3: Favorite season/book

Day 4: Favorite relationship

Day 5: One scene

Day 6: Sansa + color

Day 7: Anything you like!

Remember to tag your work as “sansa appreciation week” within the first five tags, so I can find them and reblog them. Any work in this tag will be published (unless it goes against some of the rules of the blog.)

Here you have some extra information on the week. If you have any doubt, just ask me :)

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markdoesstuff:

tchbee:

ilsidur:

#pacific rim was too excited to hold back#’HERE LOOK AT WHAT WE MADE’

shout out to pacific rim for showing me what i paid to see

YES

markdoesstuff:

tchbee:

ilsidur:

#pacific rim was too excited to hold back#’HERE LOOK AT WHAT WE MADE’

shout out to pacific rim for showing me what i paid to see

YES

(Source: omgitsbees, via swampmermaids)

do-not-touch-my-food:

Berries and Cream Parfaits with Graham Cracker Crumble
naiadestricolor:

does drawing Alistair count as productivity, i don’t know but i needed to sketch.
THIS IS FOR YING.  BECAUSE.

naiadestricolor:

does drawing Alistair count as productivity, i don’t know but i needed to sketch.

THIS IS FOR YING.  BECAUSE.

(via misterzevran)

pugletto:

Also on DeviantArt [x].Sometimes I’m just like ‘Why aren’t you married you stupid fanon OTP?’Fanon curse, man.

pugletto:

Also on DeviantArt [x].

Sometimes I’m just like ‘Why aren’t you married you stupid fanon OTP?

Fanon curse, man.

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gettingahealthybody:

Admit it, flavored water is fun. Throw in a bunch of your craziest combinations together or your favorite fruits together and you might never look back! 
Better yet, it’s a great activity to do with your kids and the variety of colors in the water may just attract them. Moreover, aside from getting your hydration in, you are also downing the extra vitamins and minerals from the various herbs, veggies and fruits you put in. Do you need any more convincing?
Tips about flavored water:
Fresh vs. frozen fruit. When in season, I prefer to use fresh fruit. However, when fruit is out of season, the fresh version can be tart or flavorless. Because fruit that is to be frozen is picked at the peak of ripeness, it is often the better option for the best flavor, sweetness, and nutrients. I find this to especially to be the case with berries and peaches.
A variety of fresh herbs. Use whatever herbs you like or happen to have on hand. I picked all of these from my herb garden and have tried them in flavored waters. It’s surprising how well they blend with most fruit flavors, and they amp up the refreshing factor of the water. Mint is the most obvious herb choice. I also have tried basil, rosemary, sage, thyme, lavender, and tarragon. All good.
WASH FRUIT THOROUGHLY! The citrus and berries need to be really, really clean to keep contaminants and bacteria out of your flavored water. I recommend organic fruit, if it isn’t going to be peeled. 
Use your veggies too. Have leftover carrots or cucumber from cooking? Throw them in!
Recipes #1
Minty Cucumber Lime
1/2 a cucumber, sliced1/2 a lime, sliced1/4 cup fresh mint leaves
Strawberry-Lemon with Basil
1/2 cup sliced strawberries1/2 a lemon, sliced1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
Watermelon Mint
1 cup cubed watermelon1/4 cup fresh mint leaves
Pineapple-Orange with Ginger
1/2 cup cubed pineapple1/2 an orange, sliced1 tablespoon freshly-grated ginger
What You’ll Need:
1-quart jars
Water
Wooden Spoon
Agave or another sweetener (optional)
What to Do:
Choose which recipe you’re making — or come up with your own combination — and gather all of the ingredients. 
Place the fruit, herbs, and/or spices in the bottom of one of the glass jars, and muddle with a wooden spoon. (That basically means mash up the fruit in the bottom of the jar to release some of the flavor-filled juices.)
Fill the jar with water and give it a taste. (You can also fill the jar with seltzer water for a fizzy treat.) If you’d like something a bit sweeter, try adding some agave (and mix until dissolved).
Enjoy as-is or refrigerate overnight for maximum flavor.
Recipes #2:
All Citrus Flavored Water
1 orange, 1 lime, 1 lemon, Water
Raspberry + Lime Flavored Water
Pineapple + Mint Flavored Water
Blackberry + Sage Flavored Water
Watermelon + Rosemary Flavored Water
Recipes #3 
Well, here are just some of the combinations you could toy with.
Watermelon and mint (pictured above)
Cucumber and mint
Lemon and mint
Cherry and lime
Watermelon and cucumber
Ginger and lemon
Orange and pineapple
Lemon and lavender
Lime and mint
Cucumber and lime
Lemon and basil
Strawberry and mint
Blackberry and ginger
Lemon and blueberry
Thyme and blackberries
Cucumber and rosemary
Cantaloupe and watermelon
Cucumber, lemon, and mint
Lemon and lime
Strawberry and basil
Cranberry juice and lemon (use a capful of unsweetened cranberry juice)
Ginger and lime
Pineapple and mango
Strawberries and lime
Orange, lime, and lemon
Lemon and a pinch of cayenne
Papaya and mango
Carrots, grapefruits, cucumber, mint, lemon. 
This list is non-exhaustive, so don’t stop here. Be creative and who knows you might just discover your personal favorite.
Enjoy drinking your way to health! :D 

gettingahealthybody:

Admit it, flavored water is fun. Throw in a bunch of your craziest combinations together or your favorite fruits together and you might never look back! 

Better yet, it’s a great activity to do with your kids and the variety of colors in the water may just attract them. Moreover, aside from getting your hydration in, you are also downing the extra vitamins and minerals from the various herbs, veggies and fruits you put in. Do you need any more convincing?

Tips about flavored water:

  1. Fresh vs. frozen fruit. When in season, I prefer to use fresh fruit. However, when fruit is out of season, the fresh version can be tart or flavorless. Because fruit that is to be frozen is picked at the peak of ripeness, it is often the better option for the best flavor, sweetness, and nutrients. I find this to especially to be the case with berries and peaches.
  2. A variety of fresh herbs. Use whatever herbs you like or happen to have on hand. I picked all of these from my herb garden and have tried them in flavored waters. It’s surprising how well they blend with most fruit flavors, and they amp up the refreshing factor of the water. Mint is the most obvious herb choice. I also have tried basil, rosemary, sage, thyme, lavender, and tarragon. All good.
  3. WASH FRUIT THOROUGHLY! The citrus and berries need to be really, really clean to keep contaminants and bacteria out of your flavored water. I recommend organic fruit, if it isn’t going to be peeled. 
  4. Use your veggies too. Have leftover carrots or cucumber from cooking? Throw them in!

Recipes #1

Minty Cucumber Lime

1/2 a cucumber, sliced
1/2 a lime, sliced
1/4 cup fresh mint leaves

Strawberry-Lemon with Basil

1/2 cup sliced strawberries
1/2 a lemon, sliced
1/4 cup fresh basil leaves

Watermelon Mint

1 cup cubed watermelon
1/4 cup fresh mint leaves

Pineapple-Orange with Ginger

1/2 cup cubed pineapple
1/2 an orange, sliced
1 tablespoon freshly-grated ginger

What You’ll Need:

  • 1-quart jars
  • Water
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Agave or another sweetener (optional)

What to Do:

  1. Choose which recipe you’re making — or come up with your own combination — and gather all of the ingredients. 
  2. Place the fruit, herbs, and/or spices in the bottom of one of the glass jars, and muddle with a wooden spoon. (That basically means mash up the fruit in the bottom of the jar to release some of the flavor-filled juices.)
  3. Fill the jar with water and give it a taste. (You can also fill the jar with seltzer water for a fizzy treat.) If you’d like something a bit sweeter, try adding some agave (and mix until dissolved).
  4. Enjoy as-is or refrigerate overnight for maximum flavor.

Recipes #2:

All Citrus Flavored Water

  • 1 orange, 1 lime, 1 lemon, Water

Raspberry + Lime Flavored Water

Pineapple + Mint Flavored Water

Blackberry + Sage Flavored Water

Watermelon + Rosemary Flavored Water

Recipes #3 

Well, here are just some of the combinations you could toy with.

  1. Watermelon and mint (pictured above)
  2. Cucumber and mint
  3. Lemon and mint
  4. Cherry and lime
  5. Watermelon and cucumber
  6. Ginger and lemon
  7. Orange and pineapple
  8. Lemon and lavender
  9. Lime and mint
  10. Cucumber and lime
  11. Lemon and basil
  12. Strawberry and mint
  13. Blackberry and ginger
  14. Lemon and blueberry
  15. Thyme and blackberries
  16. Cucumber and rosemary
  17. Cantaloupe and watermelon
  18. Cucumber, lemon, and mint
  19. Lemon and lime
  20. Strawberry and basil
  21. Cranberry juice and lemon (use a capful of unsweetened cranberry juice)
  22. Ginger and lime
  23. Pineapple and mango
  24. Strawberries and lime
  25. Orange, lime, and lemon
  26. Lemon and a pinch of cayenne
  27. Papaya and mango
  28. Carrots, grapefruits, cucumber, mint, lemon. 

This list is non-exhaustive, so don’t stop here. Be creative and who knows you might just discover your personal favorite.

Enjoy drinking your way to health! :D 

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"I love you, but I’m mad at you is one of the most freeing, important things you can say in a stable relationship. Does that make sense? To know that you have the ability and the right to be mad at someone and know that it doesn’t mean things are over, that it doesn’t mean things are irreparable. That it just means I’m mad, but God, I love you. I love you. Now leave me alone."

— (via devendrabanhart)

(Source: brighteryellow, via writeoutoflove)

masksandmirrors:

"Little Bird"

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reallylameblog:

dennys:

welcome to dencon, on your birthday you get an extra hour in the pit.

Dennys please

reallylameblog:

dennys:

welcome to dencon, on your birthday you get an extra hour in the pit.

Dennys please

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ceecee-natsume:

We know many of our fans couldn’t make it to E3, where we had this adorable exclusive Blue-bandana Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley puppy. Well, good news! Now’s your chance to adopt one of these dogs for yourself~

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We’re giving away FIVE of these adorable doggies to lucky winners! All you have…

I’d wear that shirt! :)

awkwardsituationist:

photos by yume cyan of fireflies in timelapse from a forest outside nagoya city, japan. (previous posts of fireflies in timelapse

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