brothers collection


My part of an art trade with @bippwirter who wanted beast wirt & bipper, sorry it took so long

so kids collect rocks, they chose pretty ones, ones that are odd colours, smooth ones, rough ones, shiny ones, big ones, tiny ones, its just something some kids do.

My seven year old brother is one of these kids

and today I got the inside scoop on his rock collection.

this kid is on a mission and honestly I can’t fault his logic and I’m slightly concerned

“rocks come from volcanoes. They used to be much bigger rocks but they broke apart. So its like a volcano puzzle, I just have to find ones that fit together”

that is honestly why this kid collects rocks……..and just……

my little brother wants to build a volcano…. 

now I don’t know if this is a collaborated effort of kids collecting rocks everywhere and I’ve stumbled across the secret reason for collecting rocks but keep your eyes on those rock collections. Because when I asked why he wanted to build a volcano he responded with “its the key!”

PSA: dear rock collectors volcanoes have lava and it will burn you, build volcanoes with caution 


Where have I seen that before…?


Mr. Pigeon / M. Pigeon

Non-Miraculous cartoons referenced:

Exit, stage left - Snagglepuss (Hanna-Barbera)

Hitting wall - Fast and Furry-ous, 1949 (Wile E. Coyote, Looney Tunes)

Anti-Sneeze Finger - Knighty Knight Bugs, 1958 (Looney Tunes) 

Bomber made of bees - Springtime for Pluto, 1944 (Disney)

Gifs made by me from videos found all over the internet.  I own NOTHING.  Also, my husband’s memory is incredible.

Please, excuse my shadow. I can’t
stop leaving. I don’t know how
to name what I don’t know

well enough to render
in a single sitting. Every poem
about us seems an impossible labor,

like forgetting the face
of the sea, or trying to find
a more perfect name for water.

Joshua Bennett, from “Still Life With Little Brother,” The Sobbing School