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vogue:

Oscar de la Renta has passed away at the age of 82, but he will always be remembered through his work and legacy.

Oprah Winfrey and Oscar de la Renta, photographed by Mario Testino, Vogue, July 2010.

See his legendary designs in the pages of Vogue.

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marshagabrielle:

beben-eleben:

A Man’s True Meaning Of Pain

Lolllllllllllll

This was me with one of my friends one time.. Luckily for cha I’m a hit it or quit it type of shopper.. Except at the sanrio store 😄

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scandybars:

Toblerone of Switzerland

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fallontonight:

To counter all the bad news being reported, The Tonight Show asked NBC news anchors across the U.S. to read stories that make us happy!

Darleen Rodriguez and Chuck Scarborough!

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I love those pants! That color is exquisite!

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ttg-gifs:

The Teen Titans got moves! (For erin-the-sparkly-pineapple.)

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mrgolightly:

Male objectification at its finest.

This video used to give me feels when I was little that I didn’t understand.. I understand them now

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smartereveryday:

instagram:

Inside the Life of a Beekeeper with @girlnextdoorhoney

To see more photos and videos of Hilary’s daily encounters with bees, follow @girlnextdoorhoney on Instagram.

“Everything about bees is surprising and fascinating,” says beekeeper Hilary Kearney (@girlnextdoorhoney). Hilary started her own beekeeping business in her hometown of San Diego, California, after reading about it in a book. “Unlike traditional beekeepers,” she explains, “most of my hives are in urban and suburban settings, as I believe in integrating bees back into our daily lives.” Now an owner of around 40 beehives, Hilary also services bee removals, holds educational classes and runs a “host a hive program” that places beehives in volunteers’ backyards.

As a beekeeper, Hilary strives to educate people about the friendly nature of honeybees and how much they contribute to our lives. With a background in visual arts, she uses Instagram as a channel to artistically communicate information about bees and their behaviors. In one of her photos, she documents what’s known as festooning, where bees hold onto each other to create a scaffold while they build honeycombs. “It’s one of my favorite things that bees do,” she says. “My visual inspiration mostly comes from the bees themselves, but my urge to share and teach is what motivates me.”

Apiaries are soooo cool

I love honeybees!

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A CHAT

❤ your RPh

  • Ang: Hey isn't it "love your pharmacist month" or some crap like that?
  • Intern: You wish!