identified flowers

Things Sherlock Teaches Rosie
  • French (Grandmere would be proud)
  • How to identify leaves and flowers while they play in the park
  • How to text: “Always sign it. Preferable with RW-H”
  • What to do when visiting a bespoke tailor
  • Where to hide during hide-and-seek games at school (or when being chased by baddies)
  • How to make the perfect cuppa: “Just ask your Daddy. His is the best.”
  • Which products are the best for her hair type
  • How to leave a traceable trail if kidnapped
  • When to let a sleeping doctor lie and when it’s ok to wake him
  • The difference between a crap Chinese and stellar one
  • Where to find Uncle Greg’s handcuffs
  • The art of creating coded messages, starting with “We love Daddy.”

to all of my girls/boys in the fairy/flower/ethereal/coquette/angelic type blog niche

you do not have to be pale to have this aesthetic
you do not have to be white to have this aesthetic
you do not have to have light/long hair to have this aesthetic
you do not have to be thin to have this aesthetic
you do not have to have light coloured eyes to have this aesthetic
do not let any of your inspo for this aesthetic make you feel like you need to be any of these things!!!!

Journal Prompts: 15 Things to Collect in Your Journal.

1) tea tags- line them up and describe what you thought of each flavour.

2) tea and coffee stains- Write over each one a bit about what it was and where you were when you drank it.  

3) Pressed flowers- Write where you picked them, try to identify what kind of flowers they are.

4) Postage stamps- Line them up and describe what each was affixed to. 

5) Buisiness cards from restaurants you’ve visited- describe who you were with and what you ate. 

6) Post cards (even local ones)- describe where you were and what you thought of it. 

7) Sand and Dirt smudges from parks and beaches (affix with glue)- describe who you were with and give a point form about the adventure. 

8) Daily horoscopes from the newspaper- write about how right or wrong the prediction was. 

9) Fruit stickers- line them up and label which fruit each came from. 

10) Samples from your favourite art supplies- give a short description of the style and model. 

11) Paragraphs you’ve written for school- highlight parts you are proud of and add thoughts where you left some out. 

12) Labels from your favourite foods- describe why you like it, how you eat it, and how often. 

13) Tags from new clothes- describe why you like it, try to draw what it looks like on you or an outfit you will pair it with. 

14) Nail Polish- make a few splotches of your most used colours and label them accordingly. 

15) Receipts- Cut off just the top part with the name of the business printed on it, write a little about what you bought and when, and who you were with at the time. 

AU where Marco is blind and Jean befriends him - taking him to places where he wouldn’t normally be able to go alone. One such place is the park where Marco would ask Jean to help him identify the different types flowers and plants through touch and scent. Jean steals all the glances he wants. Romance ensures.

Endless List of Favorite Characters: Elain Archeron (ACOTAR series)

“I hope they all burn in hell”

Mary’s brooch & butterfly scarf

Mary wears a very visble brooch from the end of HLV (the tarmac scene) until the end of TAB (the “modern scenes”). I’ve always wondered what was behind it but I took the longest time to identify the flowers represented on the brooch.

I won’t claim to be a specialist in flowers, so I took long time and careful research on this meta. However, if anyone with better knowledge see something else, please let me know right away! :)

It turns out Mary’s brooch tells us a lot about Mary’s personality and fate. It is also tied to a very deep gay subtext, and I cannot believe for one second that it’s not an intentional choice.

Basically, the brooch predicts Mary’s end & Johnlock, and it associates the show with masterpieces of homoerotic love stories => BBC Sherlock is about Johnlock and delivers a powerful message to the LGBTQ community. =)

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Tag game !!

I was tagged by @seokjinie-studies and @citrusjedi

Rules: Answer 20 questions, then tag 20 people

Name: Sasha
Nickname: i am called sish
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Height: 5'2″ i am smol
Orientation: Pansexual 
Ethnicity: White 
Favourite Fruit: Grapes
Favourite Season: Winter
Favourite Book: hmmhmhmmhmmhm I need to read more but I really liked Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley which I know I’ve mentioned a million times. Another good book is Proxy by Alex London
Favourite Flower: I don’t know how to identify flowers but I like small ones
Favourite Scent: Fresh rain on pavement
Favourite Animal: All of them
Coffee, tea, or hot cocoa?: Hot cocoa, I’ve never liked coffee or tea, idk why
Average Sleep Hours: Not enough
Cat or dog person?: Doggos
Favourite Fictional character: I can’t pick one but my first thought was Yuuri Katsuki. We’re both chubby anxious dorks
Number of blankets you sleep with: Two but honestly give me twelve blankets I love soft things
Dream Trip: I’m not one for traveling but Japan looks beautiful
Blog Created: Around 2015 I think
Number of Followers: 267 and I love them all <3

I shall tag @to-a-merrier-world (I’ll do the thing you tagged me in soon, I promise) @semi-large-potatoe @noteven-my-finalform @noctillucentwings @ionlyswimbackstroke @elybugg and @myuura

Desert wildflowers starting to peek out

Because we’ve had substantial winter rains in the deserts of Southern California, and because the temperatures have started to warm up, the desert wildflowers are starting their show, which most people expect to be spectacular this year. Yesterday, on my drive from Whitewater Preserve, I notice three flowers in bloom. I can’t yet identify the yellow flower (way too many yellows in the desert, so I defer the chore of identification of the yellow), but I will later. The cream-colored flower is brown-eyed primrose, and the purple (or pink) is desert verbena.

All photos by rjzimmerman February 10, 2017.

رنگ پیراہن کا خشبو زلف لہرانے کا نام
موسم گل ہے تمہارے بام پر آنے کا نام۔
Hues are defined by your clothes, fragrance by your flowing hair,
The season of flowers is identified by your presence on the terrace.

Faiz Ahmed Faiz

rang pairahan ka, khushboo zulf lehraane ka naam,
mausam-e-gul hai tumhare baam par aane ka naam

Golden Alexander (Zizia aurea)
Flower Language in the Ending (Part II)

So far the Kiznaiver Site has only revealed the types of flowers the girls are holding in the ending (so we can be 100% sure of those, at least!), but an awesome Japanese fan did some research and identified the flowers that make cameos for each girl.

Noriko — Queen of the night
Chidori — White skunk cabbage, Pennywort, Wild Daffodil
Nico — Kobus Magnolia
Honoka — Leucadendron, Flowering Dogwood

Plus, they also included their meanings in the Language of Flowers! It’s crazy just how fitting they are for each of the girls (including a bisexual flower that symbolizes “gay love” for Honoka), so I translated them with help from @chocorade​.

If you’re interested, do keep reading!

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Bumblebees detect different visual and chemical cues from flowers to identify which ones contain a nectar reward. Reporting in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers discovered that the furry insects use the hair on their bodies to detect weak electrical signals put out by flowers. Biomechanical engineer Gregory Sutton and sensory biophysics researcher Erica Morley, both authors on the paper, discuss how bees sense this electric buzz.

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Well, the vacation’s over :)

I’m glad. This too hot, salt everywhere, and I’m sweating as a pig thing isn’t really for me. I have a feeling I’m the only one who would rather be in long clothes somewhere with the grey weather. And not just for vacation. Something Midsomer-Murders-like 😍

Anyway… Can’t wait to start working again 😅😆

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