Hello You, Hello Me

Apr 19

Hello Heaven, I’m in heaven.

Hello Heaven, I’m in heaven.

Hello Perico, mimosa, bacon brunch happiness.

Hello Perico, mimosa, bacon brunch happiness.

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Apr 18

Hello happening now.

Hello happening now.

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Vampire Weekend And Chromeo: A Guide To Love -

HELLO CHROMEO DATE ME. LOVE ME. MARRY ME.

ahem. 

Fuzzy Animal Friday!!
D’awwwwwww

Fuzzy Animal Friday!!

D’awwwwwww

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Hello magic peonies for adultlifetaketwo.

Hello magic peonies for adultlifetaketwo.

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theatlantic:

Want to Spot Earth’s First Cousin? Look for the Swan in the Sky

From here on Earth, the planet Kepler-186f is a faint spot in the chaotic and twinkling universe. Its star is dim and far, far away.
But Kepler-186f is making headlines on Earth because, despite its distance, it looks a lot like our own planet.
The Kepler-186 system is in the constellation Cygnus, which stargazers will know as the easy-to-spot swan in the northern hemisphere’s summertime sky. 
From a human perspective, that makes it unusual. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-like planet in the habitable zone around its star that scientists have ever found. (!)
Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]


Hello Kepler-186f

theatlantic:

Want to Spot Earth’s First Cousin? Look for the Swan in the Sky

From here on Earth, the planet Kepler-186f is a faint spot in the chaotic and twinkling universe. Its star is dim and far, far away.

But Kepler-186f is making headlines on Earth because, despite its distance, it looks a lot like our own planet.

The Kepler-186 system is in the constellation Cygnus, which stargazers will know as the easy-to-spot swan in the northern hemisphere’s summertime sky. 

From a human perspective, that makes it unusual. Kepler-186f is the first Earth-like planet in the habitable zone around its star that scientists have ever found. (!)

Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]

Hello Kepler-186f

“I came to a point where I needed solitude and just stop the machine of ‘thinking’ and ‘enjoying’ what they call ‘living’, I just wanted to lie in the grass and look at the clouds.” — Jack Kerouac (via whiskeysandwords)

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Apr 17

Yellow Tomato Gazpacho -

nowyourecooking:

WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU MOORS, MAKE GAZPACHO!

The year was AD 711 when Tariq ibn-Ziyad’s army crossed the Strait of Gibraltar to Spain and brought with them the Islamic religion, grandiose architecture and a soup of stale bread, olive oil, water and garlic that would…

Hello yellow tomato gazpacho,

this is perfect, but really every single video is perfect and if you enjoy salivating over delicious food you must watch.

Hello That mid-century modern realness.

Hello That mid-century modern realness.

vintagegal:

"Reaching for the Moon" by Edward Eggleston,1933

Hello moon woman.

vintagegal:

"Reaching for the Moon" by Edward Eggleston,1933

Hello moon woman.

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Apr 16

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Hello New Tiny Photo

I figured I should change it since my hairs are no longer brown.

Nothing to see here, continue scrolling.

Hello moods.

Hello moods.

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