How do Sam and Dean Winchester stay so fit?
My life is full of awesomeness
By request. BC reads R Kelly on Jimmy Kimmel.
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FML. I must have had the TV muted while he did this *weeping*
Psst: I totally have a few audiobooks read by him. Let’s just say that I FINALLY understand Casanova.
:DDDD Can you add them to the christmas music??
I fell asleep on my couch watching old romance movies
with my glasses still on and my book in my hands.
I woke up and ate a spoon-full of frosting
and debated whether I should set the coffee maker for the morning.
I have a king size bed with a blanket on the end I never unfold.
I always sleep on the left side, the right side kept perfectly made.
some nights my room is so quiet I can hear my heartbeat.
quiet is something I’ve had to get used to.
I bought a glass bottle of root beer today and couldn’t get the cap off.
this man gently took it out of my hands,
opened it, smiled and walked away.
I was talking to my friends about how I want to find love,
honestly I’m not sure that I really do.
unless it’s someone who would close my book
and take off my glasses when I fall asleep on the couch.
unless it’s someone that will kiss frosting off my lips
and make me excited to set the coffee maker
(because I’ll know that in the morning I’ll take two cups
out of the cabinet and smile as I pour hazelnut creamer)
unless it’s someone who will mess up my sheets
and perfectly made bed,
making this room a little less quiet.
unless it’s someone that will laugh as I struggle to open a glass bottle of root beer and instead of opening it for me he says,
“you can do it, I know you can
"Chabana (茶花, literally "tea flowers") is the simple but elegant style of flower arranging for Japanese tea ceremony. It has its origins in the Ikebana style of flower arranging which is in turn firmly seated in both Shintō (神道) and Buddhism (仏教).
A less formal style of Ikebana (生け花, literally “living flowers”) arrangement was added to the more stylized rikka (立花, literally “standing flowers”) arrangement and was called nageire (投げ入れ), or thrown in style. This new style had fewer rules and appealed to those who were searching for a more simple and natural look. Early tea masters used the nageire style until it further divided into the seika (生花), pure chabana, tea flower, styles. The chabana style, with no formal written rules, became the standard style of arrangement for Chanoyu (茶の湯, japanese tea ceremony).
The chabana arrangement is a seasonal expression of flowers placed in a simple vase or basket. The materials for the vases range from bronze to both glazed and unglazed ceramics as well as bamboo, glass and other materials. When arranging chabana the host first selects the flowers and then an appropriate vase. No props are used as in Ikebana and the finished arrangement of flowers should evoke a feeling similar to what one feels in the natural garden setting.
There are flowers which are considered inappropriate for chabana. They are referred to as kinka (禁花), literally “forbidden flowers.” According to the Genshoku Chadō Daijiten (原色茶道大辞典), they are flowers with unpleasant names, unpleasant odors, strong odors, no clear seasonality, and blooms which are long-lasting.
text from wikipedia (japanese names added by me)