Sunday Apr 14, 2013

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roxxanne:

Great idea, will look stunning when it's finished.

mialeveret:

Cool ink !! \m/

Wednesday Apr 03, 2013

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hey dudes and dudettes.
how is everybody?

it's still pretty cold up here, but i'll be starting some seeds indoors soon, so i am looking forward to that.
has everybody seen this seed catalog?
SO many crazy heirloom varieties of everything. i am having a hard time choosing which to plant!

unfortunately my hydroponic basil plants had a terrible spider mite and aphid...
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austercise:

I like the hair smile Very pretty!

veganjihad:

bummer, all my plants have died too. though i might have done that on purpose to spite my ex.
I'm westward bound, pacific northwestern more specifically. just waiting on a job transfer to go through.

Tuesday Mar 05, 2013

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lethal:

u are so beauty !

oruha:

<3

Sunday Feb 24, 2013

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nimhpip:

smile all fruit makes me smile - even ugly fruit


randy317:

ya your bike is pretty fat haha for sure, i have a fixed gear bianchie an the one day i was ridding to the bar for my pool night an as i was going under the bridge some asshole driving a truck swerved in to me so i got hung up on the curb with my cages an flew off in to a wall. because i still ride with thin tires in the winter lol. one day ill learn to buy the right stuff for winter claimants so i have the most control and tred.

Friday Feb 08, 2013

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Hey guys.

Ramblings in the spoiler, otherwise enjoy the pretty pictures.

SPOILERS! (Click to view)

I guess it's been a while since I've updated- I have kind of lost track of time as I am in the midst of a very cold, drab Minnesota winter. I'm not usually affected by the season change, and I kind of hate allowing myself to feel...
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triplegold:

Great photos.

celt_:

The carrot hearts are way creative and very cute of course. smile

Monday Jan 07, 2013

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It's seems like its been forever since I've posted.
How is everybody?
I've been keeping busy, cooking & crafting lots as always.



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lucysky:

I love a girl that can quote Maynard wink

siv:

i am ready when you are! check out my process at bethfarnstrom.com

Sunday Dec 09, 2012

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lou:

thank you so much for your kind word You are so sweet! smile

I love your picture on the snow!!!

zebrah:

love

Wednesday Dec 05, 2012

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4sev4en:

LOL I love the green mustache!!!!

Friday Nov 30, 2012

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Hello world.

Hope everyone is well. A quick update about my school- I finished all my classes and all I have yet to complete is two clinical days next week, and then I am finished! Of course I still have to take the state exam to be on the Minnesota registry, but the end is nigh! I admit I have been so spoiled staying at...
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Sunday Nov 18, 2012

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Hey kids.

As I mentioned a few blogs back, my better half is a glass-blower and I do random jewelry work and other stuff. I want to start sharing more of his and our collaboration work on here. This particular piece is a functional smoking piece - it is a slide for a tube (bong). Brandon did all the glasswork and I wire wrapped the 'headphones...
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q:

Thank you for your comment.

Although in the past I have worked with neopreen, canvas, and other materials, I prefer to use leather because of the ease in which it can be recycled. Most synthetic fibers are made from petroleum based chemical or petrochemicals. The leather pieces I use are small scraps that would otherwise be ground up into leather mulch and used for cheap belts. I would rather recycle existing material rather than contribute to the petroleum trade. The fabric industry is one of the most polluting trades in the world, and the environmental cost of producing synthetics is extremely damaging.

In the discussion of the abusive animal trade, I would argue that since I am recycling what would otherwise be destroyed, and not using new hides, I am not contributing to the success of the leather trade, rather contributing to the eradication of waste.

I have done considerable research on the effects of fabric waste, synthetic fibers do not decompose quickly, as they are effectively plastic. This creates a large volume of un-recyled waste, especially considering that the average American creates ten pounds of fabric waste every year.

lembow:

That looks awesome!