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Still no pictures of my new furniture yet, but some notable things at the sale:

A scary doll in a steamer trunk, not helped by the actual ball and chain attached to it,

And Matty’s new wardrobe staple!! /inside joke

There was a Ganesh cameo ring I’m still hating myself for not getting, I totally should have taken a pic of it…SIGHS…

woken up from a well-deserved nap by an extremely off-key version of HIIIIGHWAYYY TO. THE. DANGER ZOOOOOONE!!!

~*~gosh i sure do love living under these guys~*~

thisoldapt:

In This Old Studio Apartment Daniel P. Simmons III gives us a tour of his NYC space, and shows us some space-saving hacks. -ts

feelmetal-alchemist:

roymaes:

which is worse: dad jokes or dead jokes?

Dead dad jokes

mom dragged me out to a massive garage sale at the nearby expo center at asscrack in the morning and i ended up making out like a bandit

two end tables, a vanity, a bunch of books, a framed and signed old pin-up, and brand new MAC eye and lip pencils

for…like…$110. that shit on regular retail had to have been in the hundreds, at the very least

ahhhh, i love thrifting~ i’ll take pictures of the furniture later

marthajefferson:

"Though founded on pragmatism, Henry and Elizabeth’s marriage had nevertheless blossomed throughout the uncertainty and upheaval of the previous eighteen years. This was a marriage of ‘faithful love’, of mutual attraction, affection and respect, from which the king seems to have drawn great strength -indeed, it was the kind of marriage that their second son, Prince Henry [future Henry VIII] would spend his whole life trying to find. With Elizabeth’s burial, the lights went out all over Henry VII’s court. The reign was plunged into crisis. Henry, shattered, would never be the same again.”— Thomas Penn, Henry VII - The Winter King. 
"The King remained in seclusion at Richmond for six weeks after the funeral, prostrate with grief and so ill with quinsy—a complication of tonsillitis that can cause breathing difficulties—that it was said he was near death. He was unable to swallow and could barely open his mouth. His mother came to nurse him, bringing sweet wine and ordering physic for him. It seems that the loss of Elizabeth […] impacted badly on Henry; as for the remaining six years of his life, his health steadily declined. By 1504 he had become “a weak man and sickly, not likely to be no long-lived man.”— Alison Weir, Elizabeth of York: a Tudor Queen and her world.

[[ bigger version/DevARt ]]someone suggested this idea in my askbox and i HAD to draw it ;)

marthajefferson:

"Though founded on pragmatism, Henry and Elizabeth’s marriage had nevertheless blossomed throughout the uncertainty and upheaval of the previous eighteen years. This was a marriage of ‘faithful love’, of mutual attraction, affection and respect, from which the king seems to have drawn great strength -indeed, it was the kind of marriage that their second son, Prince Henry [future Henry VIII] would spend his whole life trying to find. With Elizabeth’s burial, the lights went out all over Henry VII’s court. The reign was plunged into crisis. Henry, shattered, would never be the same again.”
— Thomas Penn, Henry VII - The Winter King.

"The King remained in seclusion at Richmond for six weeks after the funeral, prostrate with grief and so ill with quinsy—a complication of tonsillitis that can cause breathing difficulties—that it was said he was near death. He was unable to swallow and could barely open his mouth. His mother came to nurse him, bringing sweet wine and ordering physic for him. It seems that the loss of Elizabeth […] impacted badly on Henry; as for the remaining six years of his life, his health steadily declined. By 1504 he had become “a weak man and sickly, not likely to be no long-lived man.”
— Alison Weir, Elizabeth of York: a Tudor Queen and her world.

[[ bigger version/DevARt ]]
someone suggested this idea in my askbox and i HAD to draw it ;)

derpytia:

cardigan—queen:

I feel this on a spiritual level

derpytia:

cardigan—queen:

I feel this on a spiritual level