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Gaston de Latenay, Nausikaa illustration, 1899
I had that Joanie Mitchell song stuck in my head for days, but this is definitely how I see clouds now: full of pink warrior goddesses.
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Michael ten Pas
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Knowledge about plants that can cure or harm has been prized, and feared for hundreds of years. In this enchanted book, you’ll find out which poisons are produced by which plants, and flip the pages to reveal history and folklore.
Read the Enchanted Book now, and come see The Power of Poison before it closes August 10!
Gardening ideas for the compound
A great many American men are not accustomed to doing monotonous, repetitive work which never issues in any lasting, let alone important, achievement. This is why they would rather repair a cabinet than wash dishes. If human endeavors are like a pyramid with man’s highest achievements at the top, then keeping oneself alive is at the bottom. — The Politics of Housework (via aminatou)
Finding a husband with higher house-cleanliness standards than mine was a deliberate political act.