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This blog countains what i love, like and injoy like nature, history, science, interior design, witch craft, paganism, shinto, faeries and most of all life.
And now a bit about me well my name is jake and am a 20 year old interior designer from Canada I love Victorian era style,art nouveau and I realy love cats and faeries. Reading is my great passion so is drawing. I am a big fan of fantasy and science fiction. And if ever you want to know more don't be shy to inbox me I am always happy to meet new people.

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Here we are slowly picking stars
for those who couldn’t reach
but raised us high enough
to believe
the sky is within reach.

Stranger. Family. Friends.

Ijeoma Umebinyuo

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did-you-kno:

Researches have found that cats can recognize their owner’s voice yet haven’t found out why cats don’t care what their owner’s have to say.
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did-you-kno:

Researches have found that cats can recognize their owner’s voice yet haven’t found out why cats don’t care what their owner’s have to say.

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ultrafacts:

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ultrafacts:

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wolverxne:

Salted Caramel & Nutella Stuffed Double Chocolate Cookies - by: [Annalise Sandberg] | {Recipe}

wolverxne:

Salted Caramel & Nutella Stuffed Double Chocolate Cookies - by: [Annalise Sandberg] | {Recipe}

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our-amazing-world:

beautiful amazing

our-amazing-world:

beautiful amazing

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f0o0od:

raspberry streusel muffins

f0o0od:

raspberry streusel muffins

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thestylishgypsy:

Boulder opals by Patricia McCleary

thestylishgypsy:

Boulder opals by Patricia McCleary

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blooms-and-shrooms:

~~Magie de l’hiver~~ by Joélisa on Flickr.

blooms-and-shrooms:

~~Magie de l’hiver~~ by Joélisa on Flickr.

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scienceyoucanlove:

Fact of the Day:The giant squid, or Architeuthis dux as it’s scientifically known, has a complex yet small donut-shaped brain. The squid’s oesophagus runs through the ‘donut-hole’ of the brain making it essential for food to be ground into small pieces by it’s notorious beak.Read more about this fascinating creature herewww.ocean.si.edu/giant-squid (Graphic via funnyjunk.com)
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scienceyoucanlove:

Fact of the Day:
The giant squid, or Architeuthis dux as it’s scientifically known, has a complex yet small donut-shaped brain. The squid’s oesophagus runs through the ‘donut-hole’ of the brain making it essential for food to be ground into small pieces by it’s notorious beak.
Read more about this fascinating creature herewww.ocean.si.edu/giant-squid 
(Graphic via funnyjunk.com)

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