Let me be your highway diamond, your gem along the way

odd-bean:

My brother. I love him. He found this for me today.
I absolutely adore Stephen Cosgrove books! The stories enchanted me as a child, and the artwork in them is absolutely glorious! They’re also rare as hen’s teeth here.


I grew up with Serendipity books!  Love them!  I loved that one and The a The Wheedle on the Needle especially.

odd-bean:

My brother. I love him. He found this for me today.

I absolutely adore Stephen Cosgrove books! The stories enchanted me as a child, and the artwork in them is absolutely glorious! They’re also rare as hen’s teeth here.

I grew up with Serendipity books! Love them! I loved that one and The a The Wheedle on the Needle especially.

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laura-berger:

get yourself up over that hump.

laura-berger:

get yourself up over that hump.

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latenightseth:

She might be the first-ever openly transgendered Emmy nominee in history, but Orange is the New Black’s Laverne Cox has her mind set on achieving even bigger goals.


Uncrackable: The 600-Year-Old Book No One Can Read comic by Andy Warner
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dallasclayton:

You

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mbphotograph said: What kind of dogs do you have!?

I’ve got a Vizsla and a Chesapeake Bay Retriever. Both are rescued dogs. Buddy ( the vizsla) was abandoned in a field and emaciated when my dad found him years ago, and Bay (the chessie) I got from someone who had him as a pup years ago and decided they couldn’t keep him. They’re both getting older, but are the best boys ever (to me). I’ll have to try and get a picture of them up someday - tho really, my pictures will be craptacular compared to yours 😊

I need the one WITHOUT index.  (After looking the book up, I think it looks both highly informative and entertaining.  That’s a combination I never expected to see, let alone say it myself, as relating to grammar. ) The one with index… I probably have a copy somewhere in a box waiting for the post-apocalyptic times where I will use it for fuel to heat my home.

I need the one WITHOUT index. (After looking the book up, I think it looks both highly informative and entertaining. That’s a combination I never expected to see, let alone say it myself, as relating to grammar. ) The one with index… I probably have a copy somewhere in a box waiting for the post-apocalyptic times where I will use it for fuel to heat my home.