Though I may seem at times somewhat distant from you, through the gray mist of my own moods, I am never far; my thoughts always circle around you.
Friedrich Nietzsche  (via basicbitcheswelcome)

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in case people have never seen this piece of quality advertising

here we have the new zealand accent in it’s natural habitat

eating some ghost chups, bru

This is very important to New Zealanders.
Please watch it.

To any non-New Zealander followers
You won’t regret watching this.

this has got to be one of the anti drink driving ads out there tbh

NZ does some really cool tv shit, this doesn’t disappoint!


i’ve been internalizing a really complicated situation.

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Christian Dior gown worn by Jennifer Lawrence during the Golden Globes 2014 became a joke in social networks.

Oh my god.

that was really a catastrophe of a dress

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// A working list of phrases that have been banned from wedding planning://



1. Rustic chic.

2. Vintage-inspired.

3. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron [Sn]acker.

4. “Nuzzle each other a little,” as it relates to posing for photographs.

5. “Eat, drink and be married.”

6. “She said yes.” No, the news is that we are engaged, not that he decided to ask a question. There is no reason to hate that, but I do.

7. Nonsense acronyms (MOH, etc).

8. “Do you have a date yet?” BECAUSE NO I DO NOT GIVE A GIRL A MINUTE.

Um, yea, basically all of this. Question currently annoying me: My theme? Wedding, my theme is wedding. 

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yeezuss: z-elal:
I’ll take this dress, please and thank you. 

yeezuss: z-elal:

I’ll take this dress, please and thank you. 

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I know who I am and who I want to be, and I know they’re the same person.

Something I said to a friend over drinks last night, that I just want to remind myself of. And remind you too. (via marissaaross)

May we all be blessed with the confidence and satisfaction of Miss Ross this 2014. <3

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Everly’s Cooking Show.

Perhaps all of those rainy afternoons of watching the Food Network with me has finally rubbed off on my daughter. She’s been entertaining us with her own “cooking show” a lot lately, so I thought I’d get it on film. I edited this after she went to bed last night, and I can’t wait to show it to her.

A couple things to note:

1. We had just finished playing with a face painting kit Everly got for her birthday, hence all the fun face decor.

2. I told Everly she could start using a butter knife when she turned four. This was literally her first experience with one and for timing sake, I had to cut out about four minutes of her slowly sawing that poor piece of bread. I tried so hard to stifle my giggles -it was the cutest thing! Last night I let her chop the garlic for spaghetti and she did a great job, so she’s picking up her knife skills pretty quick!

3. She has asked me every day when I am available to film her next show. So it’s possible these might become a little series. I’m totally following her lead here - I have no idea what she might want to make next!

Bon Appetit!



This is adorable! Also, learning to make a PB&J is much more my speed than most cooking shows. :)

Not yet available, but already in demand, this amazing chandelier from Danish Hilden & Diaz projects a 360° shadow of trees and roots on the walls surrounding it. It was inspired by drawings of German biologist and philosopher Ernst Haeckel. 

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Things that make this all worth it.