Honeymoon Album Perfume and Olfactory Associations

Honeymoon: heavy damask roses, nutmeg, vetiver; Terry de Gunzburg’s Rosa Infernale

Music To Watch Boys To: licorice, cherry, tonka bean; Lolita Lempicka’s Le Premier Parfum

Terrence Loves You: galbanum, hyacinth, leather; Chanel’s No. 19

God Knows I Tried: Lily, civet, musk; Serge Lutens’ La Religieuse

High By The Beach: bergamot, coumarin, caramel; Thierry Mugler’s Angel 

Freak: coconut, gardenia, myrrh; Estée Lauder’s Bronze Goddess

Art Deco: ylang ylang, black currant, lotus wood; Tom Ford’s Black Orchid

Religion: cloves, nutmeg, labdanum; Donna Karan’s Black Cashmere

Salvatore: orange blossom, tuberose, jasmine; Acqua di Parma’s Gelsomino Nobile

The Blackest Day: lemon, petitgrain, oakmoss; Dior’s Eau Sauvage

24: neroli, cedarwood, sandalwood; Aesop’s Marrakech Intense

Swan Song: carnation, heliotrope, musk; Guerlain’s L’Heure Bleue

MLA Rules: The change is here

My colleague most recently shared with me a post by California High School teacher, Laura Randazzo, titled: 5 Things You NEED to Know About the New MLA Works Cited Format which lists some five important changes that the Modern Language Association has made as of April 2016. These changes occur in their 8th edition of the MLA handbook.

Read through her post here including how punctuation in the citation of a works cited change has become easier. Plus, you can purchase her Teachers Pay Teachers  50+ slides.

Old One-Eye: a classic rock devotional playlist for Odin.

  1. “Saving Grace” by Tom Petty
  2. “Ramblin’ Man” by The Allman Brothers Band
  3. “Truckin’” by Grateful Dead
  4. “Midnight Rider” by Greg Allman
  5. “Ramble On” by Led Zeppelin
  6. “Deacon Blues” by Steely Dan
  7. “The Joker” by Steve Miller Band
  8. “Ain’t No Grave” by Johnny Cash
  9. “Dust in the Wind” by Kansas
Meet the all-female creative team behind this summer's production of the play 'Or,' by Liz Duffy Adams.
A comedy by a female playwright, about a female playwright (Aphra Behn). This team represents a significant step forward in confronting the imbalance and under-representation of women in creative leadership positions in the arts. Shakespeare & Company is proud and grateful to work with so many talented women. And men. We're proud to work together. 'Or,' opens this Friday, July 29th at 7:30pm.

@sinninggod?? @warmst???? @monsteredboy???? nah i hate them what a—[trips] [hundreds of thousands of photos spill out of jacket] w-what a fuckign i these arent mine im just [gathering them up frantically sweating] listen i just listen fuck [thousands of pictures scatter across the floor] shit fcuk im holding them for a friend just listen 

OK someone help

I’m confused. I would like to get Tink’s papers in my name, but the lady I’m buying her from never completed the transfer to her name when she bought Tink.

So it looks like I would have to pay for the transfer from original owner to the lady I’m buying her from, and then also pay the transfer from her to me. Would I need to get the signature or the original owner on the transfer form?

Also my second question is about transfer fees. The APHA has a member fee of $15 for transfers. Do I have to be a member to get a transfer of the papers to my name? I don’t want to pay a $40 membership fee just to have Tink’s papers in my name. :/

Anyone have any advice or gone through something similar??



ASEAN Growth

  • ASEAN has witnessed impressive growth over the last 20 years. Its total GDP has more than quadrupled since 2001 and its growth level has exceeded the average global growth for the past ten years.
  • Due to the region’s strong performance and growth potential, ASEAN has been an increasingly popular destination for foreign investment. Just in the years 2011 to 2013, ASEAN has attracted US$334.2 billion in FDI from many source countries, including the EU, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and the US.
  • With increased integration, intra-ASEAN investment continues to grow as well. In 2013, intra-ASEAN investment reached US$21.3 billion, up from US$15.2 billion in 2011.

ASEAN Opportunities

  • The large, fast-growing, and young working population in ASEAN will give the region a demographic advantage in the coming decades. The pace of change in ASEAN is accelerating, driven by powerful economic, political and demographic trends. ASEAN5’s economy has gradually shifted to the tertiary sector. The BCLMV countries are currently developing their secondary and tertiary sectors.
  • As global trends shift towards Asia, ASEAN is uniquely positioned geopolitically and economically to leverage its advantages. Infrastructure financing and emerging sectors offer potential. ASEAN is set to enjoy the advantages of a growing population, expanding middle class, rising GDP and improving infrastructure.
  • The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is one of the three pillars of ASEAN and is the realisation of the end goal of regional economic integration by 2015 of the 10 nations.
The Best Of WitchTips (So Far) Part II

Part I

Actions In Witchcraft

Budget Witchcraft Supplies Masterpost Part II

Common Animal Associations in Witchcraft Part II

Flower Associations in Witchcraft

Fruit and Vegetable Associations in Witchcraft

Menstrual Magick

Pet Funerary Spell

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❣ Runes - An Introductory Masterpost

The Planets, Retrograde, and You

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The WitchTips Podcast Episode #2 - The Occult and The Music Industry

The WitchTips Podcast Episode #3 - Ouja Boards

The WitchTips Podcast Episode #4 - The Afterglow Vista

What Is Beltane? A Short History and Explanation

Witchy Etsy Shops Masterpost Part I

Witchy Etsy Shops Masterpost Part II

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