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  • 1 year ago

    Sathariel, Angel of Deception

    One of many beautiful works by Peter Mohrbacher.

  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    My heart beats a little faster when walking through the 'old section' of Toronto's Union Station - these pics have always made my heart both sing and cry out for what has been lost.

  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    I'm currently working two jobs with some extracurriculars on the weekend (mostly fun stuff like crafts). Coupled with a house renovation, future wedding (small, non-stressful), and bad work environments I'm running on an average of 4 hours sleep a day for the past 3 years.

    I'm desperately applying for jobs that will be able to give me a 40 hour work week and time to rest, because it's killing me.

  • 1 year ago
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  • 1 year ago
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    Welcome! Have a big hug back. Have fun exploring!

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  • 1 year ago
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    I watch videos like this and I'm wowed for the first 10 seconds, and then my medical background starts nagging me.

    "He has absolutely no protection on his arms or lower legs. If he wipes out - that'll be painful at the least. Skin grafts, scrubbing the gravel out of the wounds. Possible fractures. Months in hospital, rehab. If he survives."

    "At least he had fun, I guess?"

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  • 1 year ago
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  • 1 year ago
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    Nature is breathtaking.

    I think I've seen everything she's got, and then I'm shown something like this. Stunning.

  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    Ah. So you have a little collection of crocheted sperm ;) .

    No worries. Eventually is the best time to get to things!

  • 1 year ago
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    Aw, very nice!

  • 1 year ago
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    /t/crossstitch - not your Grandma's crafting!

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  • 1 year ago
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    /t/Antiques - an online treasure trove!

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  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    I'm familiar with Space Engine, but had no idea 360 videos existed! So cool!

  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    Keep going! You're so close! I know the frustration - it took me two years to finish my queen size granny square blanket. But this looks fantastic - the pattern and it's colors just works well.

    Is this for someone special, a commission, or yourself?

  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    I love making doilies like this. Such a nice way to snazzy up living quarters and protect your tabletops.

    I'm assuming you've finished your tail end? The way it's just dangling there is making my eye twitch. ;)

  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    Growing up on the farm, we saw all manner of wildlife - small birds, crows, owls, hawks, vultures, foxes, raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks, coyotes, deer, pheasants, turkeys, just to name a few.

    So when I moved to a relatively urban area, I thought I'd lose a lot of wildlife interaction. I went to turn into my driveway at dusk one night, and there in my driveway was a coyote. Skittered away pretty quick but it was a bit shocking to see a creature I normally only saw in the back woods or around the barns in the middle of town.

  • 1 year ago
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    One day. One day I will visit England and visit EVERY SINGLE country estate and house and castle open to the public, as well as museums and old villages. THIS is the architecture that stirs my soul, not the modern glass and concrete of today.

    Posted in: Lyme Park, England

     
  • 1 year ago
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    From My Garden - Patio planters and more colorful blooms!

    I posted pics of my Native Ontario Plants a little bit ago. The garden is flourishing and more blooms are appearing!

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  • 1 year ago
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    What a cutie! I love this style of plushie.

    Welcome to Snapzu!

  • 1 year ago
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    That's so neat. I'm familiar with the Victorians forcing plants in the dark so that they grow quicker and less bitter than their traditional counterparts, but underwater gardening is like something out of a sci fi novel!

    I wonder if it would be affected by weather at all. Undercurrents and all that.

  • 1 year ago
    Comment wrmnthewoodwork

    The large Emperor penguin: "Kids these days . . ."

  • 1 year ago
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    I'm dealing with the fruits of a mulberry tree - all over my back lawn. I love the tree and the fruit it provides, but you basically have to wear Wellingtons to walk across the lawn to avoid staining your shoes. Mowing the lawn creates mulberry jam for the local animals.

    Speaking of local animals, I'm trying to find a way to deter a family of chipmunks that loves to dig up my plants and eat my birdseed. I've greased the bird feeder pole with Crisco, which worked, but the little buggers love digging up my veg and being nuisances.

    I have an army of carpenter ants setting up shop in a big old pine tree. Not sure how to tackle that problem.

    My native Ontario plants are thriving - I'll be posting pics later today. It's so nice to see different blooms and leaf shapes than the normal off-the-shelf hybrid varieties we're used to.

    Even though I've had my garden for the last 4 years, it's always full of surprises - 6 or 7 pink poppy plants popped up over the last week. Truth be told, I had thought they were weeds but decided to let them bloom. Wow.

    The weather's been hot and humid, so my strawberries are looking a little dry (I have them in hanging basket format). Hopefully they bounce back.

    A couple years ago my neighbor trimmed the hedge bordering our garden in the middle of a hot, dry summer. Now it's half dead, and I don't have enough money to replace it. Quite frankly, I'd like to change it to something else, but have run out of ideas. It'll have to remain an eyesore for now.

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  • 1 year ago
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    Even so, to have the wheel cranked that severely is a little much.

    On a related note, I love seeing footage of non- North American cars. Just so different and fun-looking - here it's a sea of black, grey, and beige (sorry, "champagne") colored clones. Even our reds and blues are subdued. I know there is only the yellow one in this vid, but watching others it seems Euro cars have more character.