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300and30:

Finally, candidates I can support 100%

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cliftonsvarietyshow:

20 things you learn growing up.

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theoystersarewaitingforme:

Taking out a row of crocheting: Tug gently on the end zippitty zip zip you’re done.

Taking out a row of knitting: Make a blood sacrifice to satan while parallel parking and juggling knives in an ancestral wood on a moonless night. 

Preach!

(via knit-me-a-blanket)

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Full diva mode: Engage!

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tinyalchemy:

Haha YES.
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Well, folks, after a couple of years of half-assedly trying, I finally got the hang of Continental knitting style.
It finally clicked. It’s still a little awkward. and my right thumb needs to man up a little and quit aching, but I’m already as fast as my English knitting was. All without the strain of throwing.
Continental definitely flies through garter and stockinette (even the Continental purl is not that bad).
I’ll have to see how it performs with lace….

Well, folks, after a couple of years of half-assedly trying, I finally got the hang of Continental knitting style.

It finally clicked. It’s still a little awkward. and my right thumb needs to man up a little and quit aching, but I’m already as fast as my English knitting was. All without the strain of throwing.

Continental definitely flies through garter and stockinette (even the Continental purl is not that bad).

I’ll have to see how it performs with lace….

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plaidhappiness:

pagance:

the-snow:

avraham-chaim:

clarityfairy:

peeerfectt:

retroluminati:

ideasunknown:

This is how the solar system is actually moving as it traverses the galaxy.

omfg

So beAutiful

Wait

Yeah it’s not circular as you’ve been taught. It does revolve around the sun, but like every other star, the sun travels, and pulls us too. Fih-boe-nah-chi

Just makes it all the more amazing that this all came to exist, being flung through space.

nyoom

This is one of the biggest reasons time travel is impossible. You would need to calculate EXACTLY where you’re located in the universe at whatever time you want to travel to otherwise who knows WHERE you’ll end up!

plaidhappiness:

pagance:

the-snow:

avraham-chaim:

clarityfairy:

peeerfectt:

retroluminati:

ideasunknown:

This is how the solar system is actually moving as it traverses the galaxy.

omfg

So beAutiful

Wait

Yeah it’s not circular as you’ve been taught. It does revolve around the sun, but like every other star, the sun travels, and pulls us too. Fih-boe-nah-chi

Just makes it all the more amazing that this all came to exist, being flung through space.

nyoom

This is one of the biggest reasons time travel is impossible. You would need to calculate EXACTLY where you’re located in the universe at whatever time you want to travel to otherwise who knows WHERE you’ll end up!

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY Beanie vs Slouch Hat Infographic from Azure Knits. For the free beginner pattern for the slouch hat below from Azure Knits go to the same link as the infographic.

(via dovahknitter)

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I am literally knitting a hat from a hat.

I knitted the one on the left and hated it. It was too big and the gauge was too tight for the yarn. It just looked all wrong.

I didn’t feel like balling the yarn up, so I’m just frogging as I go.

I’m loving the new one so far.

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Low Carb Pumpkin Bars (Gluten Free and Dairy Free) - Holistically Engineered

I just made my own rendition of this, except I used Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa, two pkgs of cream cheese, and pumpkin spice. And as Ina Garten always says “A tsp of good vanilla extract”. I used pure organic extract. 


The beaters tasted awesome!!

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Wonderful wild-caught tuna steak, seared in coconut oil with lemon juice, balsamic vinegar, and black pepper, served a top a bed of spaghettied zucchini, fresh dill, baby kale, and parmesan cheese.

(All ingredients except for parmesan is organic)

It was just perfect. 

Nom.

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I decided to add some organic ‘power greens’ mixture to each one of my mushroom, chicken, quinoa stew, while it was still warm to give it some vitamins and some color. That beautiful green guac is on the top left.

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Now that the kitchen is reorganized, I don’t mind cooking. I’d been in a horrible rut.
Tonight, I’m simmering some rotisserie dark meat chicken that I fried crispy then boiled then shredded, quinoa, shiitake, crimini, portobello, and oyster mushrooms with red onion, garlic, savory herb mix, all within my homemade bone broth. It looks and smells divine. It will last me for lunches this week.
For snacks, I made some fresh guacamole from a kickin recipe someone at work gave me. He brought it in for a carry-in one day, and it was probably the best I’ve had.
(Mega-tip: to keep the guac from turning brown, smoosh out all of the air and pour an eighth inch of water over the top. Air can’t get to it and since guac is mostly fat, the water won’t mix. Just pour it off and eat. ALSO, quac freezes really well.)

I was going to make a wonderful paleo, low-carb pumpkin cheesecake, but I ran out of time.

Tomorrow night!!!

One of my co-workers does paleo and she’s making a run to the grass-fed butcher. I put a $100 box (pick ten) with her and am getting some amazing things. I am so excited. 

I also am having her check for tongue, tallow, and chicken gizzards/liver.