"You’re under no obligation to be the same person you were five minutes ago."
Grow every second (via serenehorizons)
|Cat:||I need to throw up|
|Cat:||tile floor in the kitchen? No|
|Cat:||plastic mat? Not a chance|
|Cat:||open book on the coffee table?|
Okay final decision
I am deleting this blog in one week (March 23rd)
If you follow me from my political blog (thehippieconservatarian.tumblr.com) or want to I will still be blogging there and might even start a side blog for personal stuff on that if I feel so inclined since that is my main blog at this time.
If you follow me for pictures and girly stuff I will still be blogging on redandyellowribbons.tumblr.com
If you follow me for fitness stuff I have a fitness blog that is separate so you can ask for that
For everyone I follow I will probably refollow you from one of my other accounts
thats pretty much it
its been real
“I create all of my objects a little differently. Some are hand-built, some are wheel-thrown, and some are slip cast from handmade molds I create using found objects. Once each object is refined, I bisque fire them in the kiln. After that, each item is glazed and fired again. The final step is applying the gold, silver or copper leaf details, which is one of my favorite parts. Even with the slip casting process, no two vases or vessels are finished exactly the same … I like that about my work.” - Emily Reinhardt
this is so marvelous.