how to pick up CHICKS!!

eggeworth:

  • cup your hands around them protectively
  • lift them from the ground
  • gently kiss their fuzzy heads
  • say “peep peep” calmingly so as not to be pecked
  • peep peep

(Source: targents, via vajooper)

been dancing intensely to the mountain goats’ up to the wolves all day

He: I love birds.
Me: Me, too. I am jealous they can fly.
He: Me, too.

this was carole-anne’s birthday present to me- it’s a sago palm bonsai that i’ve named suki. I spent the day watching them reach their leaves towards the sun and I am completely in love.

i actually can’t stand typing out math equations

littleteashi:

Cosmos Ocean #illustration #drawing #littleteashi

littleteashi:

Cosmos Ocean #illustration #drawing #littleteashi

PHOTOTROPISM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

if someone wants to come over and hang out with me so i don’t have to do this physics lab that would be cool

herbal-hippie:

babywitchh:

fingersandfelines:

malformalady:

A fairy ring, also known as fairy circle, elf circle, elf ring or pixie ring, is a naturally occurring ring or arc of mushrooms, in his case Marasmius oreades. The body of this fungus, its mycelium, is underground. It grows outward in a circle. As it grows, the mycelium uses up all of the nutrients in the soil, starving the grass. This is the reason a fairy ring has dead grass over the growing edge of the mycelium. Umbrella-shaped fruiting bodies, called mushrooms, spring up from just behind the outer edge of the mycelium.

i like how the grass looks in the middle

these are in my yard!

when i was little i used to wander around the fields and find these❀

herbal-hippie:

babywitchh:

fingersandfelines:

malformalady:

A fairy ring, also known as fairy circle, elf circle, elf ring or pixie ring, is a naturally occurring ring or arc of mushrooms, in his case Marasmius oreades. The body of this fungus, its mycelium, is underground. It grows outward in a circle. As it grows, the mycelium uses up all of the nutrients in the soil, starving the grass. This is the reason a fairy ring has dead grass over the growing edge of the mycelium. Umbrella-shaped fruiting bodies, called mushrooms, spring up from just behind the outer edge of the mycelium.

i like how the grass looks in the middle

these are in my yard!

when i was little i used to wander around the fields and find these

(via afterlifedating)