sorry to the anon who posted this, my internet is crap and I can’t answer directly
Dipper: I guess I like how tall he is.
Bill: We’re barely two inches apart. And the question was about my face. You just don’t want to admit that you like my eyes. What was that I read in your diary again? “Iridescent irises, like sunshine trapped in honey amber - ”
Dipper:Aaaaaaaaaaaand that’s quite enough from you. As for his personality, when he isn’t being a narcissistic jerk, or reading through my journal -
Dipper: - private journal, I guess he can be nice at times? And he always know how to cheer me up whenever I’m stressed so that’s a plus.
One of my HONEY pendants filled full of rare insect inclusions in Chiapas amber. Estimated age on amber from this region is 24-26 million years. These insects were frozen in time inside of fossilized resin, which has been cut and carved to make each one a unique display specimen.
Pieces like this are why I do what I do. There’s nothing more fulfilling for me than the challenge of making something unique and one of a kind for someone that is excited to own and wear it.
I wanted to make her really cute this time. It’s awesome how different she looks from my first Twyla! Initially I was going to give her a pink lip, but I’m glad I went with the coral orange, it’s the perfect addition of color.
She’s looking for a new home– you can find her here, on my etsy :) The listing also has some closeups.
Not My Type | Alright | Cute | Adorable | Pretty | Gorgeous | LORD MERCY
Much like my Fierce Fairy Queen Marianne, GIRL COULD SLAY ME AND I WOULD THANK HER.
Not only is she GORGEOUS, I just…I want to be best friends with her? I want my children to have her as an unofficial Aunt?
She embodies so many things I hold such deep admiration for, in her fierceness and her tenderness and how she refuses to mask either one. She’s gusty and brave, salty and strong and sweet, intelligent and thoughtful and provoking, tender and true and fierce and frank in a way I can hope I shall one day achieve. She inspires me as an actress, and as a woman she makes me fiercely proud.
for what is a lionheart’s worth
when there is one of gold?
it may not pump ichor,
but we thirst for honey;
amber, sweet, and warm.
for what are swift feet’s worth
in some races that were mine and his only?
be they adrift or around my waist:
only my lover’s,
only his could arouse joyful dreams
from deep within.
who could be ashamed to lose to such beauty?
for what is a hero’s worth,
if he can’t be famous and happy?
If Soraka was a more animated person, she would have laughed at the yelp that escaped the other. It was ollowed by panicked scrambling, the slip of a foot, and the loud thud of solid human body against oaken floorboards. The healer kept her hood up, though she realizes her horn does not do her any favors when it comes to being inconspicuous. Honey-amber hues were fixed on the relatively small figure seated on the floor, sheepishly rubbing the back of their head (that one is going to swell, but it shouldn’t be too bad that she has to look at it now).
The chuckles offered by the stowaway were awkward, but the guilt in their eyes was sincere enough that she actually considered giving them a pass.
I picked up this bottle late last year but never got around to opening it. I have always enjoyed the Black Label expression and felt that I should give the next step up a try since many people I have talked to online really enjoy this Blended Malt. To start I have to say I really like the square bottle, I don’t really get into bottles much because the real prize is the spirit inside but the bottle just feels nice in my hand while pouring it… I don’t know if that is weird but I like it. The colour of the Green Label is a beautiful honey/amber. While looking at the colour I was tilting the glass a bit and noticed that this whisky has some long legs which is another thing I don’t usually notice much in whisky. The nose is interesting as I get a little smoke and salt but there is an underlying scent of vanilla, allspice, and banana. Oh… whoa… the first sip is fantastic. My mouth is coated in this wonderful mouth feel that slowly warms me. I get that hint of smoke and salt followed by vanilla and cinnamon. The finish is sublime in that in finishes with peat smoke and toffee that just goes and goes and goes. I don’t drink many Blended Malts but this is the top of the list. I am enjoying this so much that I know after one dram it will have a permanent place in my liquor cabinet. I don’t mean to blow smoke as to my own importance but this dram would be enjoyed by everyone I have ever drank Scotch with. There is just enough smoke for Islay-addicts like @tigrelys and enough sweetness for Speyside-aficionados like my dad. This is the sort of whisky a person is looking for when you want to introduce people to Whisky when all they know is The Glenlivet, Glenfiddich, and Ron Burgundy’s Scotchy Scotch Scotch. I bought it at $75 which is a close to what I usually pay for Single Malts so I don’t feel like I overpaid in the least. I suggest you give it a shot the next time you are at a good whisky bar.