Lady Halibut's Chambers

She's planting flowers in her basement so she has a little color when the sky runs low


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coelasquid:

bluedogeyes:

FFVI: SUPLEX by Matt Cummings

"To this day, the fact that Sabin can suplex an entire train is the best thing in all of video games"

Artist deviantart / tumblr / twitter

a classic

This makes me too happy for words

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ouroboner:

i found some more pictures of that Sunbeam snake! So cute…

(via)

Teeny tiny rainbow baby

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aspidelaps:

nopenothanks:

Kokedama is a Japanese art form that satisfies my deep lust for plants, crafts, round things and hanging things.  Instructions here.

OH GOSH

Absolutely beautiful, I’m in love with every bit of this!

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Reblogged from devilegg

sawsbuck:

psittacosaurus:

a sweet moth with knockoff lolita clothes

perfect . absolutely perfect

Precious mothbaby

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Reblogged from fairy-wren
fairy-wren:

asian white eyes
(photo by carolyn johnson)

Hiiiiii~~~!!

fairy-wren:

asian white eyes

(photo by carolyn johnson)

Hiiiiii~~~!!

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Reblogged from kytri

preservedcucumbers:

kytri:

義足のMoses

Oh no I found that cute cartoon with the ghost and the shoes.

They showed it at Hell this year. It’s not the sort of thing they usually show at Hell but that’s okay because it’s good.

posting on my main blog because if you don’t think this is the cutest thing ever then GET OUT

This is super clever and cute and only about to minutes long!  Give it a watch!

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Reblogged from hippiebethany
Boooooooookkkkkkksssssssssssss

Boooooooookkkkkkksssssssssssss

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Reblogged from satsumastreet
satsumastreet:

Stoli says it’s ok that I haven’t finished this quilt top from 10 years ago, he’s happy to sleep on it as is. #hestheboss

^___^

satsumastreet:

Stoli says it’s ok that I haven’t finished this quilt top from 10 years ago, he’s happy to sleep on it as is. #hestheboss

^___^

Reblogged from satsumastreet
satsumastreet:

Forest - a modern cross stitch pattern by Satsuma Street
www.satsumastreet.etsy.com

Freaking adorable

satsumastreet:

Forest - a modern cross stitch pattern by Satsuma Street

www.satsumastreet.etsy.com

Freaking adorable

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a-gradual-decompression:

weallheartonedirection:

"Firstly, I’m glad you survived. I don’t know how you can stand all that water. Secondly, come here. You washed off my scent."

accurate caption is accurate

*squeals*

a-gradual-decompression:

weallheartonedirection:

"Firstly, I’m glad you survived. I don’t know how you can stand all that water. Secondly, come here. You washed off my scent."

accurate caption is accurate

*squeals*

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Reblogged from yingjue
yingjue:

Athena for @sketch_dailies

yingjue:

Athena for @sketch_dailies

Reblogged from izzyandspoon
izzyandspoon:

Softest snoggles

Kitties~~!!!!

izzyandspoon:

Softest snoggles

Kitties~~!!!!

There’s a baby bunny in our yard!  Their home base seems to be past the milkweed under some bushes just up from the porch.  S/he’s a cute little bugger that’d fit on my hand ^____^

There’s a baby bunny in our yard!  Their home base seems to be past the milkweed under some bushes just up from the porch.  S/he’s a cute little bugger that’d fit on my hand ^____^

Reblogged from phoebewahl

phoebewahl:

Some photos of a new sculpture/diorama I finished today. 

Felt, fabric, paper mache & mixed media.

Phoebe Wahl 2014

Overwhelmingly charming, damn gorgeous work.  Your art always makes me smile ^^

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Reblogged from lilacsinthedooryard
lilacsinthedooryard:

Three Women Playing Musical Instruments about Bunsei, (1818-1830) to Tenpo (1830-1844) era, by Katsushika Oi (Japanese, active about 1818-after 1854), Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk

lilacsinthedooryard:

Three Women Playing Musical Instruments about Bunsei, (1818-1830) to Tenpo (1830-1844) era, by Katsushika Oi (Japanese, active about 1818-after 1854), Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk

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