Easter Chimes Awaken Nature by Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939)
oil on canvas, 1896

Easter Chimes Awaken Nature by Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939)

oil on canvas, 1896

(Source: paintingses, via artnouveaustyle)

enchantedsleeper:

Spring, Alexandre de Riquer

enchantedsleeper:

Spring, Alexandre de Riquer

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  • Me: Meet my boyfriend.
  • Parents: Why are you showing me your computer?

juilan:

im upset for no reason

Same

fangpants:

Why do dudes always wanna know your bra size tho, what are they gonna do, buy you bras?? Cause that would be very helpful bras cost a lot of money i would save a fortune

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Almost finished #planting everything today!! Got my tomatoes, sunflowers, apple tree, kale, bell peppers and banana peppers in the ground! Can not wait to eat the fresh fruits and veggies I grew myself!! #gardening #vegetarian #sustainability #organicgardening #organic 🌻🍎🍅

Almost finished #planting everything today!! Got my tomatoes, sunflowers, apple tree, kale, bell peppers and banana peppers in the ground! Can not wait to eat the fresh fruits and veggies I grew myself!! #gardening #vegetarian #sustainability #organicgardening #organic 🌻🍎🍅

f0o0od:

cookie dough pie

thejinglegatsby:

"not all feminists are fat, hairy, lesbians"

ok

but like

why is being a “fat, hairy lesbian” a bad thing

why do u feel the need to throw other women under the bus to defend feminism

How is breaking stereotypes that that’s the only way to be a strong female throwing women under the bus?? You assume there’s something wrong with being a fat hairy lesbian. There’s not. At all. But it doesn’t mean all feminists fit that stereotype, and people need to know that. That all women can want the best for themselves and other women. That every woman can be a threat to stereotypes and patriarchy. That skirts and makeup don’t mean submissive and quiet about the problems our society has. That *gasp* even feminine women, who fit the female stereotype, still want options and choices for themselves and their friends and sisters, and for them not to be judged or ridiculed in the process.

Just a thought. It’s not always a bad thing when someone says that.

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