Happy Friday, folks! Is it seriously another Friday the 13th? Is it just me, or have we had a few of those this year already? I’m so happy this week is finally over, it seems like it’s dragged on forever and ever. That’s because in just 14 hours I’m flying out of Los Angeles and heading home. I’ve been practically bouncing up and down in my desk chair all week, and now the time has finally (almost) arrived.
It’s a strange thing, the concept of home. If you’d asked me only a few years ago, I’d have told you that I would never think of Connecticut as my home. But now, being out here, as much as I love California… I’ve been a little homesick. A lot of that is The Boy, surely. Edward Sharpe does not lie, home is, indeed, wherever I’m with him. But it’s also about summer. Summer in Connecticut is one of my most favorite things in the world. All that luscious green, the wild berries in the yard, the thunderstorms, hiking in the woods, and jumping on the trampoline. It’s the first summer I’ve had in a long time without all that stuff, and I won’t lie, I’m a little sad for that. But no longer! I’ll be home for a full week, and hopefully get my fix of my family, my dogs, and New England. And of course, The Boy. With all that wonderfulness going on, I’m not sure how much posting I’ll be doing, so you guys enjoy yourselves and I’ll catch you later!
Another perfectly Russian collection by Ulyana Sergeenko.
A love letter to Henri!
This chick makes 60$/hr to snuggle!?!?
Lovely illustrations by Sterling Hundley.
Bulldogs. Tetherball. Lulz.
Fanfaronade, ktenology, quockerwodger: The A-Z of Unusual Words.
Beautiful Waterfall House.
This is a bee hive that is shaped like a house. WOWZER.
As soon as the guy comes in with his bells, I get teary just thinking about the first 15 minutes of Up. Sigh. I can’t wait to be married.
Top image via.