i’m BAAAACK!!!!

i’m BAAAACK!!!!


jennlevo:

I can’t wait to do the Mt. Hood Wildflower Hike again this year as well, providing the fires don’t turn us away. 


Summer Adventures: Mt. Hood Wildflower Hike! Gorgeous!

jennlevo:

I can’t wait to do the Mt. Hood Wildflower Hike again this year as well, providing the fires don’t turn us away. 

Summer Adventures: Mt. Hood Wildflower Hike! Gorgeous!

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fuckyeahhiking:

reblogging this because i just love everything about it so so so so much

fuckyeahhiking:

reblogging this because i just love everything about it so so so so much


ps-imadethis:

Unleash your inner Cat Power.  From  Charlotte Olympia’s cat heels and flats to Jason Wu’s Target collab mascot, we decided to jump on the bandwagon and pay homage to  our  feline friends with a delicious DIY.  Be fierce and show your  feminine  feline side with a DIY that’s purrrrrrrfect!


To   create:  cut out 2 triangles in black, that are slightly rounded, for  the  ears. Measure and cut out a smaller and contrasting shape for the  inner  ear.  Use the same fabric to create a nose shape.  Use either  leather, suede, or  any faux fabric you have.  Create a “face” with puffy paint drawing eyes  onto a plain loafer. Be sure to use a different color puffy paint for the inside of eyes.  Glue ears onto the inside of the loafer with  a  glue gun.  Attach the nose and finish drawing the face by adding   whiskers and a mouth.  Wait until puffy paint is completely dry before  kicking up your heels and exercising your cat like reflects!

This has Beth Pease written all over it.

ps-imadethis:

Unleash your inner Cat Power.  From  Charlotte Olympia’s cat heels and flats to Jason Wu’s Target collab mascot, we decided to jump on the bandwagon and pay homage to our feline friends with a delicious DIY.  Be fierce and show your feminine feline side with a DIY that’s purrrrrrrfect!

To create:  cut out 2 triangles in black, that are slightly rounded, for the ears. Measure and cut out a smaller and contrasting shape for the inner ear.  Use the same fabric to create a nose shape.  Use either leather, suede, or any faux fabric you have.  Create a “face” with puffy paint drawing eyes onto a plain loafer. Be sure to use a different color puffy paint for the inside of eyes.  Glue ears onto the inside of the loafer with a glue gun.  Attach the nose and finish drawing the face by adding whiskers and a mouth.  Wait until puffy paint is completely dry before kicking up your heels and exercising your cat like reflects!

This has Beth Pease written all over it.


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hello future best friend.

hello future best friend.

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zoranstankophotography:

Ice ice baby! :)


Yes please.

zoranstankophotography:

Ice ice baby! :)

Yes please.

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I hate when you write a lengthy blog and it deletes before you save it.

I think its silly to be thankful only one day a year. I am at least 250+ days, easily.

We’ll be making enough food for about 10 people tonight, but only 4 of us are attending. Leftovers will be all we have for weeks to come. I was planning on to-go from Boston Market (do they have those in the PNW?) and boxed wine, but now we’ll be getting fancy with the Peotter/Hoyt’s. There is nothing wrong with boxed wine.


I would make the most bangin scarf with this.

I would make the most bangin scarf with this.

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