Jessica!

Jessica!



maiyamayhem:

My youngest son wanted to be Puss in Boots for Halloween. I bought the boot covers and hat on Amazon. He had the belt. My husband made him the sword from a dowel and a plastic cup that he painted. I knit him the sweater using two different patterns. One being the sweater construction and the other pattern for the tiger stripes. I added a belly patch to make him look more like a tabby cat and less like a tiger. My kiddo is super thrilled with his costume! ♥ You can read more about my knitting notes on my Ravelry page.



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Porch tomatoes.

Porch tomatoes.



thugkitchen:

did you see those chopsticks? mister miyagi shit right there, kid

New favorite cooking blog. 

thugkitchen:

did you see those chopsticks? mister miyagi shit right there, kid

New favorite cooking blog. 





The no subject email is actually from Satan. 
On a side note, I just noticed that “satan” auto corrects to “Satan” so I checked and god remains lowercase. Is spell check a tool of the devil? 
Don’t ruin this for me English teachers.  

The no subject email is actually from Satan. 

On a side note, I just noticed that “satan” auto corrects to “Satan” so I checked and god remains lowercase. Is spell check a tool of the devil? 

Don’t ruin this for me English teachers.  



usnatarchives:

For Teacher Appreciation Week, here’s an article written by Herbert Hoover dedicated to a teacher in Salem, Oregon. Miss Gray helped him develop a love of reading.

Readers Digest asked Herbert Hoover to prepare an article on the best advice he had ever received. “Thank You Miss Gray” was published in July 1959.

(Images: “The best advice I ever had” article by Herbert Hoover, 7/1959. From Hoover’s Articles, Addresses and Public Statements in the Herbert Hoover Papers in the Hoover Presidential Library. More teacher-inspired records are being posted at the National Archives Education page.)



Alternative Press | APTV | Video Premiere: Dikembe, "We Could Become River Rats"

Great job!

jsgainesville:

Ghost Hunter - Luke Sipka

Bored Assistant - David Cody Allen

Produced By - Jeremy Silveira, Brian Moghari, Nicholas Cravey, David Cody Allen, Dikembe
Director - Jeremy Silveira
DP - Travis Chapman
Editor/VFX - Brian Moghari
Steadicam - Nicholas Cravey
Camera Ops - Travis Chapman, Zach Gouz, Brian Moghari
Key Grip - David Cody Allen
PA - Hannah Pohlmann
Set Photographer - Kendra Mamula
Production Support - Studio 601 Inc, Open Idea Productions
Special Thanks - Tanner Jones, Kristin Jones, all the ghost extras, Tony from Domino’s