The Honey Pot
etsy:

Very Large Moon Chart by AGC916 on Etsy.
goodnight, tumblroos, everywhere <3

goodnight, tumblroos, everywhere <3

(Source: thegrandeur, via invaderxan)

vurtual:

The Moon (by Mario Moreno)

goodnight/ good morning, tumblroos, everywhere &lt;3

goodnight/ good morning, tumblroos, everywhere <3

(Source: sui-generica, via dressesdancingandtv)

welele:

Like a sir.

~*~

HANDLED!

It’s Good Mustache Thursday. I’ll handle the mustaches, you handle something else, and we might just get the hang of Thursday!

(goodnight/ good morning, Sir Moon and tumblroos everywhere)

(Source: whosjao2, via invaderxan)

superawesomeshop:

The world’s largest Moonlight /XL-size, Clair De Lune (glow in the dark moon wall sticker-100cm)

By design team i3Lab on Etsy

goodnight / good morning, tumblroos, everywhere <3

(Source: sosuperawesome, via houseofasheroo)

doctorwho:

technically it’s alive and a bit carnivorous

Goodnight/ Good Morning, tumblroos, everywhere &lt;3

doctorwho:

technically it’s alive and a bit carnivorous

Goodnight/ Good Morning, tumblroos, everywhere <3

(Source: horsedrawntank)


In the oceans of the moon Swimming squidlike and squalid This bright moon is a liquid The dark earth is a solid 
(via decayedintelligence)

goodnight/ good morning, tumblroos, everywhere &lt;3

In the oceans of the moon 
Swimming squidlike and squalid 
This bright moon is a liquid 
The dark earth is a solid 

(via decayedintelligence)

goodnight/ good morning, tumblroos, everywhere <3

(Source: observando, via invaderxan)

goodnight/ good morning, tumblroos, everywhere &lt;3

goodnight/ good morning, tumblroos, everywhere <3

(Source: nikolawashere, via densityofstates)

mediumaevum:

Few know that the term ‘honeymoon’ is a specific reference to mead, originating from a medieval English tradition that after any wedding ceremony, nuptial couples were given a month’s supply of mead, enough for one full cycle of the moon. It was believed that by faithfully drinking mead for the first month, the bride would bear fruit and a child would be born within the year. If, indeed, the woman conceived, success was attributed to the skill of the mead maker.
- from ‘Mad About Mead’ by Pamela Spence

mediumaevum:

Few know that the term ‘honeymoon’ is a specific reference to mead, originating from a medieval English tradition that after any wedding ceremony, nuptial couples were given a month’s supply of mead, enough for one full cycle of the moon. It was believed that by faithfully drinking mead for the first month, the bride would bear fruit and a child would be born within the year. If, indeed, the woman conceived, success was attributed to the skill of the mead maker.

- from ‘Mad About Mead’ by Pamela Spence

(via malachitegrey)