Sepiasunrise

    1 Aug 2012

    thelydiabennet:

    Lydia Bennet - Closing Credits Ringtone [download]

    It’s the ringtone for my outro! - YEAH!

    (Source: karenandthababes)

    Play count: 3,755

    29 Jun 2012

    Created a new treasury on etsy :-)

    27 Jun 2012

    Just two Norwegian guys rescuing a baby lamb drowning in the ocean.

    This reminds me of a parable.

    27 Jun 2012

    livingfraternally:

thetoshira:

almostcandidbmd:

This is one of the greatest things I have ever seen on Tumblr. Every kid should enjoy a swing at least once in their lives.



this is seriously so awesome.

    livingfraternally:

    thetoshira:

    almostcandidbmd:

    This is one of the greatest things I have ever seen on Tumblr. Every kid should enjoy a swing at least once in their lives.

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    this is seriously so awesome.

    (Source: aoudad)

    6 Jun 2012

    
the opposite of albinism called melanism,a recessive trait where the skin and fur are all black. love it more every time i see it.

    the opposite of albinism called melanism,a recessive trait where the skin and fur are all black. love it more every time i see it.

    (Source: paulie-svk.deviantart.com)

    6 Jun 2012

    flylikehermes:

dog: hello koi.
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    flylikehermes:

    dog: hello koi.

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    2 Jun 2012

    31 May 2012

    billyshear:

My American Childhood || I Am America (and So Can You!) by Stephen Colbert

My earliest memory is from when I was three years old. My mother came into my room—I can still smell the perfume she was wearing, which I assume they don’t make anymore, because I’ve spent a lot of time in department stores looking for it. She swooped me up and told me that she and my father were leaving me.  Then she carried me to the living room to meet Ruth. I was not entirely clear on what a “babysitter” was, so I naturally assumed this old woman was going to replace my parents forever. I was not on board with this plan. I may have been only three years old, but I already knew that a family was a mother, a father, the kids and the pets—there was no room in that model for an ancient crone wearing slacks and (in my opinion) too many rings. The minute my parents left, I ordered my stuffed animals to attack. No response. I threw them down the laundry chute and tried my luck with a real animal: our cat, Cleopatra. I carried her to my Emergency Bunker—the linen closet behind the vacuum cleaner. From there, we could lead the resistance against this new Ruth Regime. That’s when the enemy struck. Ruth was making fish sticks. I held Cleopatra close, but she scratched my face and dashed for the kitchen.  Desperate, I started praying—mostly to God, although it’s possible a prayer to Santa may have snuck in there. I prayed He would bring my parents home and make our family whole again. And when I woke up the next morning, not only had God gotten rid of Ruth and brought back my parents, but He also moved me from the linen closet to my own bed.Now that’s service. Why do I share this memory? Because it perfectly captures the Five Fs of childhood: Family, Faith, Furry Friends, and Fear of the Elderly. These are the fundamental relationships that teach us Where We Belong, What Belongs to Us, and Who We Belong To. My second memory is when we went to the zoo, and I saw two rhinos do it.

    billyshear:

    My American Childhood || I Am America (and So Can You!) by Stephen Colbert

    My earliest memory is from when I was three years old. My mother came into my room—I can still smell the perfume she was wearing, which I assume they don’t make anymore, because I’ve spent a lot of time in department stores looking for it. She swooped me up and told me that she and my father were leaving me.

    Then she carried me to the living room to meet Ruth. I was not entirely clear on what a “babysitter” was, so I naturally assumed this old woman was going to replace my parents forever. I was not on board with this plan. I may have been only three years old, but I already knew that a family was a mother, a father, the kids and the pets—there was no room in that model for an ancient crone wearing slacks and (in my opinion) too many rings.

    The minute my parents left, I ordered my stuffed animals to attack. No response. I threw them down the laundry chute and tried my luck with a real animal: our cat, Cleopatra. I carried her to my Emergency Bunker—the linen closet behind the vacuum cleaner. From there, we could lead the resistance against this new Ruth Regime.

    That’s when the enemy struck. Ruth was making fish sticks. I held Cleopatra close, but she scratched my face and dashed for the kitchen.

    Desperate, I started praying—mostly to God, although it’s possible a prayer to Santa may have snuck in there. I prayed He would bring my parents home and make our family whole again.

    And when I woke up the next morning, not only had God gotten rid of Ruth and brought back my parents, but He also moved me from the linen closet to my own bed.

    Now that’s service.

    Why do I share this memory? Because it perfectly captures the Five Fs of childhood: Family, Faith, Furry Friends, and Fear of the Elderly. These are the fundamental relationships that teach us Where We Belong, What Belongs to Us, and Who We Belong To.

    My second memory is when we went to the zoo, and I saw two rhinos do it.

    31 May 2012

    30 May 2012

    A sample of some of the earliest colour films you will see |1922 - Kodachrome Color Motion Picture Test No. 3.

    29 May 2012

    “Most people, if they had really learned to look into their own hearts, would know that they do want, and want acutely, something that cannot be had in this world. There are all sorts of things in this world that offer to give it to you, but they never quite keep their promise.”
    — C.S. Lewis  (via guidemeinyourtruth)

    (Source: hyang7suk)

    29 May 2012

    29 May 2012

    (Source: levi0hsa)

    28 May 2012

    17 May 2012

    I’ve added another type of necklace to my etsy shop.

    It’s another Christian themed one: a mustard seed set in the back of a round wooden “scrabble” tile, which means it’s reversible.