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Tell me a secret, a nice one

I’m mental about you, too

nothing interesting here

Just me crying because of wolfsrar

Because ATYD

Because they deserved the world

Because they are amazing

Because I have no life

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Lily is here!

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Hit me I can’t feel anything

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🍂 Over all what are they like with recieving affection from others?

Yes Squeesh that kobl

she’ll pretty much either just stare you down, give you some food or run up and headbonk you

She absolutely loves it just goes apeshit crazy over it

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Anthurium andraeanum (flamingo-lily)


Potted a cutting from this flamingo-lily I’ve had for about a year now; seems to be doing fairly well, I can already see some new flower growth!


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hihi birthday twin! i ammm, hope u are too!

  • DYSTOPIA | Na Jaemin (neo renaissance collab)

“marry me, we’ll run away somewhere from our troubles and live in a cottage in the middle of the woods somewhere. we’ll start fresh. we’ll love freely.”

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It’s March, which means Spring is just around the corner, and it’s Women’s History Month.  In honor of all that good news, we are sharing some plates from Elizabeth Blackwell’s Curious Herbal.  Blackwell was not only a talented artist, but also a keen and resourceful  businesswoman.  After her husband was sent to debtors prison, she began working on her herbal as a means to support herself and her child,  including in it many previously unrecorded plants thus making the volume of great interest to apothecaries and the medical community. Over the course of two years she drew, engraved, and hand-colored all 500 plates.

This volume  is a 1739 reissue of the 1737 edition, and bears the bookplate of Richard Hopton. The bookplate is inscribed: “Painted by his Wife [i.e., Elizabeth Geers Hopton] & two younger Daughters [i.e., Elizabeth and Frances?].”

A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. Engraved on folio copper plates, after drawings, taken from the life. By Elizabeth Blackwell. London: John Nourse, 1739.

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Anon 🌠 finally came out of the closet pspspsps welcome, great non-anon Lily! Thank you again for that super cute art, I’m brainrotting over it!!

And thank youu, if it lives up to my standards, it’s gonna be really cool! Of course, the real fun begins when the main story happens, just expect a lot of lore drop and clues here and there!

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