Summer on the bayou

Summer on the bayou

(Source: youaremy-bird, via naughtielus)

It’s Monday, back to the grind, but that also means it’s….Mustachio Monday! Enjoy.

It’s Monday, back to the grind, but that also means it’s….Mustachio Monday! Enjoy.

Left side jaw bone of a rodent. Want it? you can purchase it at Suite 22.

Left side jaw bone of a rodent. Want it? you can purchase it at Suite 22.

"In this great future you can’t forget your past…"

"In this great future you can’t forget your past…"

It’s Friday… I command you to go do weird things!

It’s Friday… I command you to go do weird things!

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facesofthevictorianera:

Tintype of a young girl (1860s)

oorequiemoo:

facesofthevictorianera:

Tintype of a young girl (1860s)

(via thehystericalsociety)

Smooch.

Smooch.

1970’s Chicago Pro Star roller skate wheels. These would be cool repurposed into furniture wheels. (at www.suite22.etsy.com)

1970’s Chicago Pro Star roller skate wheels. These would be cool repurposed into furniture wheels. (at www.suite22.etsy.com)

I’ve been toying with the idea of putting a St Francis statue in my garden this summer, so I’ve been keeping an eye out at estate sales.. of course I’ve seen some but none that really catch my eye. Then I had a brilliant idea the other day…. I want a Robert Collett statue in my garden. A statue replicating the photo of him feeding birds. How can I make this happen? hmmm……

Robert Collett (Dec. 2, 1842 - Jan 27, 1913) was a Norwegian zoologist. He worked with vertebrates, primarily fishes. From 1864 he was curator at the Zoological Museum in Oslo. In 1882 he became its director and from 1884 was a professor there. He described many new species of fish, spiders and other organisms. ~ Wikipedia

I’ve been toying with the idea of putting a St Francis statue in my garden this summer, so I’ve been keeping an eye out at estate sales.. of course I’ve seen some but none that really catch my eye. Then I had a brilliant idea the other day…. I want a Robert Collett statue in my garden. A statue replicating the photo of him feeding birds. How can I make this happen? hmmm……

Robert Collett (Dec. 2, 1842 - Jan 27, 1913) was a Norwegian zoologist. He worked with vertebrates, primarily fishes. From 1864 he was curator at the Zoological Museum in Oslo. In 1882 he became its director and from 1884 was a professor there. He described many new species of fish, spiders and other organisms. ~ Wikipedia