10 1 / 2014

06 11 / 2013

hexenhasel:

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Inspiralized -  How to make healthy and creative meals with the spiralizer…turns vegetables into noodles….VIDEO Recipe

I want this damn thing

I have this thing! It is amazing. My salads are always fancy

(Source: beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood)

23 10 / 2013

storysurfer:

Hey everybody, I’m working on a small project concerning the four Hogwarts houses, and I’d appreciate your help,if you’re willing. Here’s how:
Please reblog this only if you are a Ravenclaw
only reblog once, or you’ll throw off the numbers
also, please do not heart, it’ll throw off the numbers too
any violations I find will be noted!
if you are a Gryffindor, please reblog this.
if you are a Hufflepuff, please reblog this.
if you are a Slytherin, please reblog this.
Thank you all for your help!
PS: If you’re not sure which house you’re in, pick one!

storysurfer:

Hey everybody, I’m working on a small project concerning the four Hogwarts houses, and I’d appreciate your help,if you’re willing. Here’s how:

  • Please reblog this only if you are a Ravenclaw
  • only reblog once, or you’ll throw off the numbers
  • also, please do not heart, it’ll throw off the numbers too
  • any violations I find will be noted!
  • if you are a Gryffindor, please reblog this.
  • if you are a Hufflepuff, please reblog this.
  • if you are a Slytherin, please reblog this.

Thank you all for your help!

PS: If you’re not sure which house you’re in, pick one!

(via ladyfabulous)

12 6 / 2013

13 12 / 2012

illhaveasalute:

labdiaries:

Fungal Christmas tree.  Top: Talaromyces stipitatus; Tree: Aspergillus nidulans; Ornaments: Penicillium marneffei; Trunk: Aspergillus terreus. (c) Amila Hodzic

Merry christmas guys! Just stumbled across this on FB. 

Aw yissss microbial christmas tree.

I love these! We make them at my work with bacteria every christmas for a laugh. I always save a pretty green strain of Pseudomonas and a nice red Serratia just for this purpose!

illhaveasalute:

labdiaries:

Fungal Christmas tree.
Top: Talaromyces stipitatus; Tree: Aspergillus nidulans; Ornaments: Penicillium marneffei; Trunk: Aspergillus terreus.
(c) Amila Hodzic


Merry christmas guys! Just stumbled across this on FB.

Aw yissss microbial christmas tree.

I love these! We make them at my work with bacteria every christmas for a laugh. I always save a pretty green strain of Pseudomonas and a nice red Serratia just for this purpose!

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17 11 / 2012

andothercuriosities daughter, aged 21. That scowl killed me!

andothercuriosities daughter, aged 21. That scowl killed me!

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11 10 / 2012

wickedclothes:

Indiscreet Pad/Tampon/Etc Zipper Pouch
Sold on Etsy.

I am so going to make one of these

wickedclothes:

Indiscreet Pad/Tampon/Etc Zipper Pouch

Sold on Etsy.

I am so going to make one of these

(via hexenhasel)

11 10 / 2012

andothercuriosities:

Today I am wearing a skirt that works better in theory than in practice. It’s an asymmetrical wrap/tie skirt that’s made out of 2 layers of heavy cotton.

It looks fantastic on me when I’m standing still.

It looks ridiculous when I’m walking around.

It bunches up…

Can I one up you? I just bought a very flattering pear of deep burgundy Jeggings (I know!) and was very pleased with myself…. until I started to wear them out of the house and noticed that they grab at my lower legs, but are too stretchy up top, so every step made them creep slowly lower and lower. I have to keep hitching my pants up like an old man.

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16 5 / 2012

My god is St. George ever a wonderful stamping polish! Base is 3 coats of Essie Turquoise and Caicos (grumble grumble), stamped with A-England St. George and Bundle Monster plate 210, then topped with a little free-handed silver striping brush action.

12 5 / 2012

They are here! I ordered these MARCH 6, but they got lost in the postal system… I was so sad, but Adina emailed me and promised that she would send me replacements right away!

from left to right: Princess Tears, Dragon and St. George.

They are so beautiful, I feel a little faint. Needless to say what I am doing right now is removing my polish so I can replace it with one of these babies.