I'll figure it out as I go

just-damn-thoughts:

Received pretty bad news yesterday and I literally felt no emotion cause I deserved it. #depressed #sad #stress #pain #lonely #broken #crying #alone #anxiety #insomnia #numb #tired #tragic #thoughts #feels #fuckedup #fuckpeople

just-damn-thoughts:

Received pretty bad news yesterday and I literally felt no emotion cause I deserved it. #depressed #sad #stress #pain #lonely #broken #crying #alone #anxiety #insomnia #numb #tired #tragic #thoughts #feels #fuckedup #fuckpeople

angulargeometry:

Soldier On.

angulargeometry:

Soldier On.

lookatthislittlething:

Miniature Terrarium Necklace, Live Moss with Tiny Raku Fired Glow in the Dark Ceramic Mushroom

Etsy artist GypsyRaku makes these beautiful mini terrarium necklaces… that GLOW IN THE DARK! As a self-proclaimed hippie, I love this!! :)

(Source: sydneyleannee)

sosuperawesome:

Embroidered brooches by cOnieco

effington:

nubbsgalore:

circumhorizontal arcs photographed by (click pic) david england, andy cripe, del zane, todd sackmann and brandon rios. this atmospheric phenomenon, otherwise known as a fire rainbow, is created when light from a sun that is at least 58 degrees above the horizon passes through the hexagonal ice crystals that form cirrus clouds which, because of quick cloud formation, have become horizontally aligned. (see also: previous cloud posts)

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kqedscience:

Every Year 250,000 Horseshoe Crabs ‘Donate’ Their Blue Blood to Save Humans”Do you give much thought to horseshoe crabs? No, me neither. But it turns out that without them, we could be in a very precarious position. Horseshoe crabs – or to be more precise, their incredible, baby blue blood – are used to test for bacterial contamination, thus saving countless lives each year during medical procedures. The only trouble is, we have to catch a quarter of a million horseshoe crabs each year to do this, and then we have to drain their blood.”
(via inhabitat)

kqedscience:

Every Year 250,000 Horseshoe Crabs ‘Donate’ Their Blue Blood to Save Humans

Do you give much thought to horseshoe crabs? No, me neither. But it turns out that without them, we could be in a very precarious position. Horseshoe crabs – or to be more precise, their incredible, baby blue blood – are used to test for bacterial contamination, thus saving countless lives each year during medical procedures. The only trouble is, we have to catch a quarter of a million horseshoe crabs each year to do this, and then we have to drain their blood.”


(via inhabitat)