Welcome to my place I am known as Devin "Midnight" Lynx. Not my Real name of course but a persona I developed since high school. She is also a character that I like to write about in my stories.
~I am a married bisexual woman. My husband and I are currently in what is “classified” as an Open marriage. I have an obsession with men and women.
~I work in retail which strangely at the moment is very satisfying but that is my day job I consider myself an artist.
~I have many Hobbies: Knitting, crocheting, sewing, I make jewelry, I like to write and I am currently working on a novel. Not sure yet if I will ever want it published time will tell.
~This is a place that I deemed a safe place to put down my personal stuff, share the music, pictures and quotes that inspire, drag me down and touch me in ways I could never imagine.
1. a vivarium for land animals (distinguished from aquarium).
2. a glass container, chiefly or wholly enclosed, for growing and displaying plants.
Recently, I saw that Bows and Sparrows had a terrarium workshop. Terrariums remind me Biosphere 2, recently acquired by the University of Arizona. It’s truly a time capsule- a slightly decrepit human terrarium. I loved it. It reminded me of all those dystopian science fiction stories I loved growing up. Terrariums make me think of the 70s when they mixed sleek modern design with a hint of nature peaking around the corner.
I’d like to make one of my own just to have a bit of the desert with me. So I’ve been doing my research. And since terrariums are making a come back (according to the New York Times) like so much decor of the 70s… the blogs are rife with terrarium information. So here’s allllllll the information I gathered.
Anthology’s Biosphere like terrariums…
POPPYTALK loves terrariums…
Design*Sponge loves terrariums.
Now you know making a terrarium is easier than pronouncing it!
Survived a long day at work. Was a little sad that my friend/lover went back home today. But I threw myself in to work so I wouldn’t worry. Found out that the guy that I have a crush on at work is leaving. Thank the God’s. That is one thing I don’t have to worry about anymore. Now I am curled up in bed with a movie.
Libra Leisure & Hobbies
— Epictetus (via psych-facts)
— Anna Kamieńska, from her notebook (1968), in Astonishments, translated by Grażyna Drabik and David Curzon (via growing-orbits)