Goddammit, I need to get a pincushion. This is the ninth time this week I’ve lost a needle; thank god they’re tapestry instead of embroidery. Or maybe I should just make one. Hmmm… that wouldn’t be such a bad project. It’d be practical for once.
A bunch of non-related topics with a high frequency of gaming, medieval history, origami, Harry Potter, and gardening.
Forest Pool and waterfalls with Japanese Maple trees, Exbury Gardens, New Forest, Hampshire, England
All Original Photography by http://vwcampervan-aldridge.tumblr.com
Now that we’re looking at landscaping our house, we’re thinking of putting in a Japanese Maple. They’re so magnificent.
WHAT DO YOU AMERICANS MEAN WHEN A SHOW IS ON AT LIKE FUCKIN “8/7c” WHAT IS THAT????
We never switched over to metric timekeeping. The c stands for “Caw”, referring to how many times a majestic eagle has flown overhead and cawed that day. Sometimes the eagles are feeling sluggish, so the show could be on after either the 7th or 8th caw.
Pattern source: Unfortunately I can’t find the exact site I got it from, but Awenmir made the pattern and here’s the DeviantArt profile
DONE. FUCKING DONE. I apologize for poor photography; I was using my phone at the time. But who cares because I’m finally done with this. Well Cloud, it was nice working with you but now it’s time for Mario.
"As societies become larger and inhabit a greater range of environments, and people become urbanized and detached from nature, languages and people shed specialized knowledge pertaining to the environment. English once made fine distinctions in animal names: a castrated goat or sheep was a ‘wether,’ a young female sheep ‘theaves’ (or ‘chilvers’ or ‘tegs’), and young sheep that are older ‘hoggetts’. As we have less to do with animals, naming systems fall into disuse — even new terms like ‘baby horse’ are inroads to refer to a foal or colt."
K. David Harrison, When Languages Die: The Extinction of the World’s Languages and the Erosion of Human Knowledge (via linguisticsyall)