today was my first day of classes and the past few days have been crazy! But here is my dinner tonight, rice with chickpeas, carrots and broccoli... after i took this pic I covered it in lots of nooche cause why not?! 😛🥕🥦
I saw this pic come up on my feed, and it reminding me of living in Washington. We'd get SWARMS of these guys, and I remember they'd be always by our front door. Also, I found a pic of the black ladybugs we used to get too, I always loved finding those guys in the middle of all the red 🐞🐞🐞🐞 #ladybugs#ladybird#washington#insects#cool
Who can tell where this is just by these peeking peaks? | It's amazing how different people can experience different sections of the same trail in vastly different ways.
The weather, time of day, lighting, temperature, and even one's mood can affect how we experience our surroundings. This is why revisiting the #PCT can sill be so powerful - it can always feel new again.
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My goodness this baby is so cute! I adore lilacs!😍
More to come this year, don't you worry!💕
🤣😂 tiny ass pieces of our big ass desserts!!! Best sign ever. Not to mention the desserts were yummy. Kids laughed their asses off at this sign. 😂💖🙈😆👌🤣 welcome to Seattle.
How do you get a job living on a remote island on the edge of the US? I'm imagining my own light house, the ocean sounds, the mountain views, but also imaging my lack of easy access to avocados... I may be taking back my interest. 🥑 #babygotfat
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We call this garden, the garden of sonnets. There are many delightful surprises, some of which are Shakespearean in this English garden in the heart of Washington, DC. The limestone fountain with its hand carved lion’s head spout (we gave a drawing of the lion to the stone carver at the Washington National Cathedral to guide him) is sited off the back of the house against the privacy stone wall. Here you are looking through the rose parterre to the fountain. The raised seating wall around the fountain is a perfect perch where one can take in the fragrant rose and thyme parterre with the gentle sound of water to stir your thoughts.