Formally known as Strephosymbolia

With a drive to find personal success I'm just a women on a mission one scanned textbook page at a time.

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itsherfactory:

St. Vincent - Cheerleader

I don’t know what good it serves
Pouring my purse in the dirt

npr:

Scape velocity: Green garlic takes flight
If you’ve never grown garlic, here’s how you do it: On a bright cool fall afternoon, before the ground has frozen, you pry an ordinary, unpeeled clove of garlic off the bulb. You plant it in the ground, about 4 inches down and pointy side up. Maybe you cover the soil with some straw to protect it from extremes of heat, cold and drought.
Then comes the easy part — you forget about it. Thanksgiving comes, and a procession of seasonal holidays in which a lot of garlic is eaten, but none is given much thought. Thus ignored, the buried clove sleeps on while you sample chocolates in February and when the maple runs in March. And then, one day while venturing out into the winter-battered garden, still frost-edged and filled with flattened weeds, you see it — a small firm shoot poking up out of the ground like a miniature dorsal fin, glowing a brilliant emerald in an otherwise plantless wasteland.
Read more and discover three recipes (sure to give you garlic breath) on NPR’s Kitchen Window blog.
(Photo: T. Susan Chang/For NPR)

npr:

Scape velocity: Green garlic takes flight

If you’ve never grown garlic, here’s how you do it: On a bright cool fall afternoon, before the ground has frozen, you pry an ordinary, unpeeled clove of garlic off the bulb. You plant it in the ground, about 4 inches down and pointy side up. Maybe you cover the soil with some straw to protect it from extremes of heat, cold and drought.

Then comes the easy part — you forget about it. Thanksgiving comes, and a procession of seasonal holidays in which a lot of garlic is eaten, but none is given much thought. Thus ignored, the buried clove sleeps on while you sample chocolates in February and when the maple runs in March. And then, one day while venturing out into the winter-battered garden, still frost-edged and filled with flattened weeds, you see it — a small firm shoot poking up out of the ground like a miniature dorsal fin, glowing a brilliant emerald in an otherwise plantless wasteland.

Read more and discover three recipes (sure to give you garlic breath) on NPR’s Kitchen Window blog.

(Photo: T. Susan Chang/For NPR)

zerostatereflex:

“The Super-Kamiokande detector in Japan, an underground tank that holds 50 million liters of water, captures neutrinos that emanate from a particle accelerator nearly 300 kilometers away”

zerostatereflex:

The Super-Kamiokande detector in Japan, an underground tank that holds 50 million liters of water, captures neutrinos that emanate from a particle accelerator nearly 300 kilometers away”

fizzart:

2013 - watercolours play

winsor & newton watercolours on cartridge paper

©Liz Gridley

for my wife, Stephanie Chaya Sklar.

v-magazine:

#thelook @allpinkbarbiedreamhouse #regram #attheclub #queens

v-magazine:

#thelook @allpinkbarbiedreamhouse #regram #attheclub #queens

rachelzoe:

The London trench is an absolute favorite from my pre-fall collection, as sketched by Jamie Lee Reardin (now avail at Saks & Neiman Marcus)

rachelzoe:

The London trench is an absolute favorite from my pre-fall collection, as sketched by Jamie Lee Reardin (now avail at Saks & Neiman Marcus)