Anonymous asked:

Daffodil, Carnation

illustrious creativity. Answer:

DaffodilWhat’s the most thoughtful present you’ve ever received?

I feel bad because I don’t really know how to answer this question. I’ve received some pretty awesome and thoughtful ‘presents’ in my life and it would be unfair to pick just one. I think getting a sort of gift at all for any occasion is already so thoughtful! I’m pretty blessed to know a great group of people who know me well enough to think of me and gift me with thoughtful presents; an artsy cross from my sponsor, a Spider-man shirt from a friend, a small print or painting from someone’s vacation, a record that plays “Sara, Smile” from my cousin… I think maybe that one is one of my very favorites.

My Dad named me Sara after the song, “Sara Smile” and one day I got this small record in the mail with just this song on it and I later found out it was from my cousin, Michelle <3 incredibly thoughtful. 

Carnation: If I handed you a concert ticket right now, who would you want to be the performer?

This is a difficult question… as much as I love music I’m not huge on concerts and music festivals and what not. I can’t even think about who I would really want to see cause their isn’t a lot I would spend money on to see, but if you just HANDED it to me?! hmmm idk, Gambino ?! BEYONCE?! Blink 182 would be cool, dumbfoundead, John Mayer~ pshhh idk I’m sorry hahahah I suck at answering questions. 

cute ass flower questions

Daisy: How old were you when you had your first kiss?

Carnation: If I handed you a concert ticket right now, who would you want to be the performer?

Jasmine: What color looks best on you?

Foxglove: Name three facts about your family.

Allium: What's the best thing you can cook?

Orange Blossom: If you could pick the gender and appearance of your child, would you?

Calla Lily: If you died right now, what song would you want to play at your funeral?

Poinsettia: Favorite holiday dish?

Oxlip: Would you ever get into a long distance relationship?

Primrose: Favorite kind of soup?

Daffodil: What's the most thoughtful present you've ever received?

Rose: Are you currently in love with someone?

Amsonia: Would you ever become a vegan?

Peony: What's your favorite hot beverage?

Tulip: For your birthday, what kind of cake do you ask for?

Myrtle: Do you like going on airplanes?

Hibiscus: Did you ever play an instrument? If so what?

Zinnia: Who was your best friend when you were six years old?

Poppy: What color was your childhood home?

Hydrangea: Starbucks order?

Violet: Do you like where you're from?

Locust: What was your favorite book as a child?

Rhododendron: What's the scariest dream you've ever had?

Queen Anne's Lace: Would you rather carve pumpkins or wrap presents?

Magnolia: Favorite kind of candy?

Aster: Would you rather be cold or hot?

Marigold: Do you listen to what's on the radio?

Heliconia: Do you like when it rains?

Azalea: What's a movie you cried while watching?

Dandelion: Do you think you're important?

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The Moon and Stars
28 images combined, each with a 15 second exposure. Taken around 8:30pm at Caspersen Beach, Florida. Stacked using Waguila’s star stacker program and the star spikes program for the diffraction effect. 
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

capturedphotos:

The Moon and Stars

28 images combined, each with a 15 second exposure. Taken around 8:30pm at Caspersen Beach, Florida. Stacked using Waguila’s star stacker program and the star spikes program for the diffraction effect. 

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil

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We habitually erect a barrier called blame that keeps us from communicating genuinely with others, and we fortify it with our concepts of who’s right and who’s wrong. We do that with the people who are closest to us and we do it with political systems, with all kinds of things that we don’t like about our associates or our society.

It is a very common, ancient, well-perfected device for trying to feel better. Blame others….Blaming is a way to protect your heart, trying to protect what is soft and open and tender in yourself. Rather than own that pain, we scramble to find some comfortable ground.

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