All of the truth

dinolia:

friendly reminder that you don’t have to…

  • degrade men to support women
  • degrade heterosexuals to support homosexuals
  • degrade binary genders to support non-binary genders
  • degrade anything to support something else

(via thatsweetsoundof-humility)

spiritscraft:

gwathir:

Cough relief with honey and thyme
To alleviate a cough associated with a cold or flu, take a thyme syrup.

1c (250ml) boiling water2Tbsp dried thyme1/2c (125ml) honey

Pour the boiling water over the thyme, cover, and steep for about 20 minutes. Strain, and add honey. If necessary, warm the tea over a gentle heat to completely dissolve the honey. Store in a dark glass bottle. Take one teaspoon as often as you need. [x]


Store in the fridge, this could ferment and blow up otherwise.

spiritscraft:

gwathir:

Cough relief with honey and thyme

To alleviate a cough associated with a cold or flu, take a thyme syrup.

1c (250ml) boiling water
2Tbsp dried thyme
1/2c (125ml) honey

Pour the boiling water over the thyme, cover, and steep for about 20 minutes. Strain, and add honey. If necessary, warm the tea over a gentle heat to completely dissolve the honey. Store in a dark glass bottle. Take one teaspoon as often as you need. [x]

Store in the fridge, this could ferment and blow up otherwise.

(via witchcraftings)

gwathir:

Peach & Rosemary Blossom Lemonade

6 cups water
1 cup honey
4 ripe peaches, cut into 8ths 1 and 1/4 cups fresh-squeezed lemon juice
1/4 cup rosemary blossoms, plus a few rosemary sprigs for garnish

Simmer the water and honey with the peach slices over medium low heat for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in the rosemary blossoms. Set aside to cool completely. Once cooled, stir in the lemon juice and pour into the serving vessel. Garnish with the rosemary sprigs and refrigerate until serving time.

I bought a cheap set of watercolor paints today so I can try to express myself better but I’m not creative at all. We’ll see how this goes…

She reminded me of the sea; the way she came dancing towards you, wild and beautiful, and just when she was almost close enough to touch she’d rush away again.

—Glenda Millard, A Small Free Kiss in the Dark (via seabois)

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