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"A Bride’s Tale ;Editorial from Harper’s Bazaar Bride India"

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missdontcare-x:

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You just can’t not reblog this.

you forgot us

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tywins:

i hate how people use the word “partner” for gay people like no she’s my girlfriend we’re not fucking doing science projects together thank you bye

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designmeetstyle:

Labor Day weekend pretty much signals the end of summer, and we have s’mores, cider and fire pits on the brain. 

designmeetstyle:

Labor Day weekend pretty much signals the end of summer, and we have s’mores, cider and fire pits on the brain. 

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awildholler:

Sweet corn, grown with no pesticides or herbicides.  My field is never tilled.  I cover it with horse manure compost every fall, and I cover that with straw.  When I weed it by hand, the weeds are left to decompose right in place as a mulch.  Squash and beans grow alongside the corn, and everything is planted by hand.

It can be done.  We don’t need Monsanto.  We need human labor right there, side by side with the plants.  We don’t need massive petroleum powered agriculture, we need people working small horticultural plots, gaining knowledge of their specific land and it’s needs.  Our land needs to be enclosed by wild space, fecund and full of birds, and bats, and insects, and snakes, and turtles, and all of the other beings that make an ecosystem function. 

We can make a desert of the earth in an attempt to get high yields of low quality crops so a few corporations can temporarily get great financial returns, or we can have people spend their days bringing their food into existence, getting in touch with their bio regions, and building healthy soil and ecosystems for generations to come.

It can be done.

awildholler:

Sweet corn, grown with no pesticides or herbicides. My field is never tilled. I cover it with horse manure compost every fall, and I cover that with straw. When I weed it by hand, the weeds are left to decompose right in place as a mulch. Squash and beans grow alongside the corn, and everything is planted by hand.

It can be done. We don’t need Monsanto. We need human labor right there, side by side with the plants. We don’t need massive petroleum powered agriculture, we need people working small horticultural plots, gaining knowledge of their specific land and it’s needs. Our land needs to be enclosed by wild space, fecund and full of birds, and bats, and insects, and snakes, and turtles, and all of the other beings that make an ecosystem function.

We can make a desert of the earth in an attempt to get high yields of low quality crops so a few corporations can temporarily get great financial returns, or we can have people spend their days bringing their food into existence, getting in touch with their bio regions, and building healthy soil and ecosystems for generations to come.

It can be done.

— 1 day ago with 1147 notes

4rianagrande:

i hope u find someone that mindlessly plays with your hands and lightly strokes your legs and massages your back and plays with your hair and i hope that u feel like you’re home when u look at them

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thepoliticalfreakshow:

For The First Time Ever, All Four Eyewitness Accounts of The Murder of Michael Brown Put In Chronological OrderThe most detailed side-by-side telling of each eyewitness account of the Mike Brown murder in chronological order #JusticeForMichaelBrown [@ShaunKing]

Reblog the fuck out of this

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I’m sitting out in the yard reading Better Homes & Gardens and I keep getting distracted.

There are bees everywhere. Birds full on feasting on the grapes. I love it. Fledgling cardinals and starlings, their parents, and robins and mockingbirds are all you see flying down to and around the grape vines. The starlings take little bunches of grapes in their beaks and come and go in small groups of awkwardly flying and noisy little mess makers.

Growing certain veggies and fruit is worth it just so the critters can enjoy. I think my favorite time of the year isn’t a season. It’s definitely just the months of August and September. The last bits of summer and the slow and easy start of autumn. The best time to hike, to go to roadside farms, take dogs to the beach, go on nightly walks, grill, sit outside, make s’mores, camp, have the windows open when you sleep as an excuse to cover yourself with a big fluffy down comforter. Oh, and pies. This is the best time for pie eating and chocolate milk drinking.

— 3 days ago