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Hi! I'm Cheyene!
I'm a 19 year old Catholic girl living in Florida.

On this blog, I mostly post pretty pictures, sewing stuff, history related stuff, and once every few weeks I go on a Putin and/or Guy Fieri meme blogging spree. ;_;

ETSY LADY PLEASE RESPOND
I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE YOUR FABRIC

22 year old me: *Looks into camera* I am...standing in front of my beautiful home. I just got back from a short vacation and it's my dorders( who I uniquely named Dorder b/c she is my dorder) 4th birthday so I'm going to surprise her and my husband Aubrey, you may know him as Drake, I call him Aubrey because we're on a first name basis because we are married...and in love.
Me: *Opens door* Hello.mp3!
Drake: *Eagerly runs downstairs carrying dorder because he is happy to see me because we are in love* Oh my God! I am so happy to see you!
Me: Surprise! Get my luggage sweetie. *Smiles at the camera*
Drake: Hold the baby for me?
Me: No, thank you.
Drake: You sure? You haven't seen her in a long time and she misses y-
Me: Aubrey I do not want to hold that child.
Drake: *Nods and sits dorder on the floor* What's with the camera crew?
Me: Well, I am...filming my ICONIC return home from vacation.
Drake: I wouldn't call it vacation you were gone for an entire year. *rich white man laugh*
Me: I can call it whatever the hale I wanna call it but anyway- *Kneels and ruffles Dorders hair* -my little cutie pie turned 3 and as you all know, I do not particularly like the number 3. At all. So now I am home because I do, in fact, enjoy the number 4.
Drake: I completely understand, I'm not too fond of the number 7.
Me: Are you coming for me?
Drake: I don't understand.
Me: Everyone knows that I was born on August 8th and 7 is one less than 8 and I'm starting to feel VERY attacked.
Drake: I apologize I see how that could be taken offensively, I was out of line.

rapiddescent:

jeannepompadour:

Women in late 18th century costume including a redingote and a “robe a la reine

I wish this blog would do a better job attributing its sources sometimes. The woman in the black dress has a wonderful blog with detailed pictures and discussion of how she made the dress— at lots of other great posts. She’s incredibly talented. The woman with the blue dress probably does too but I can’t remember it right now.

The woman in the blue dress is Jen, and this is her blog. The lady in the white dress is familiar, but I don’t recall her name or her blog.
You can see all the pictures posted from the event on Jen’s Flickr.

omgthatdress:

Dress
1885
Kerry Taylor Auctions

omgthatdress:

Dress

1885

Kerry Taylor Auctions

sulidaesy:

Please watch this 3 second clip from an actual George Washington documentary.

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axedeodorant:

I just started shaving my legs and i just started being myself and it seemed to work I guess that’s what people like :)

there is ice in the sock on my handAND THE SOUP DOESNT EVEN TASTE GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!EDIT: the sock is holding the baggie of ice on my hand :o

there is ice in the sock on my handAND THE SOUP DOESNT EVEN TASTE GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
EDIT: the sock is holding the baggie of ice on my hand :o

uzGHHh i was going to reply to all my messages tonigth but i accidentally poured literally boiling hot soup on my left hand so i can only type with one hand and it’ s difficult and i keep msking typos :((((

Anastasia was witty, vivacious, hopelessly stubborn, delightfully impertinent and in general a perfect enfant terrible…she undoubtedly held the record for punishable deeds in her family, for in naughtiness she was a true genius. 

steelylaceribbon:

Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta,  A Rest Along The Way, (not dated)

steelylaceribbon:

Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta,  A Rest Along The Way, (not dated)

rumpelstiltskln:

I’m so glad John F. Kennedy created the moon so we can see at night

laancienregime:

Organizing the archives at the Kearny History Museum and found these babies, 1920’s silver metallic dancing shoes! Visit the Kearny Museum Blog for more information and pictures!

laancienregime:

Organizing the archives at the Kearny History Museum and found these babies, 1920’s silver metallic dancing shoes! Visit the Kearny Museum Blog for more information and pictures!

femalebeautyinart:

Circe the Temptress by Charles Hermans, 1881

femalebeautyinart:

Circe the Temptress by Charles Hermans, 1881