The Honey Pot

ruineshumaines:

London-based artist Mark Powell has chosen the backs of old envelopes as a canvas for these delicately rendered portraits of the elderly, using nothing more than a standard Bic Biro pen to create the delicate folds and wrinkles of their skin. 

On Tumblr.

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MAIL!!!! <3 <3  <3 <3 <3 Thanks Jeannie! This made my day.

MAIL!!!! <3 <3  <3 <3 <3 Thanks Jeannie! This made my day.

Locke: You&#8217;re not going to start talking about the magic box again, are you? 
Ben: No, John. I&#8217;m going to show you what came out of it.
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So, I have this fear that the last season of Lost will somehow negate all the things I like LOVE about the previous seasons. It&#8217;s why I finally decided to take the plunge. We&#8217;ve been through the shit together. I vow to love honor and cherish Lost, no matter what the Skipping-record-Jughead-Jacob-FuturePast holds for us.
I just married Lost, we don&#8217;t know if we can or will have children. No dharma onesies.

Locke: You’re not going to start talking about the magic box again, are you?

Ben: No, John. I’m going to show you what came out of it.

So, I have this fear that the last season of Lost will somehow negate all the things I like LOVE about the previous seasons. It’s why I finally decided to take the plunge. We’ve been through the shit together. I vow to love honor and cherish Lost, no matter what the Skipping-record-Jughead-Jacob-FuturePast holds for us.

I just married Lost, we don’t know if we can or will have children. No dharma onesies.

This just arrived in the mail- &#8220;Missing You in Alabama&#8221;
Did I ever tell you guys about my cat stalker? I know, I know, save it for the page&#8230;

This just arrived in the mail- “Missing You in Alabama”

Did I ever tell you guys about my cat stalker? I know, I know, save it for the page…

look! It’s Netflix for books. I cannot decide if this is brilliant or a horrible idea. This would save a lot of money if you are the type of person that needs to read popular releases as soon as they are published. For a brief moment I thought about getting this for an aunt, but she would find putting a book in a mailer in her mailbox more of a hassle than going to the library. She is weird and that saves me $10 a month.