Saw this and it made the tea go up my nose!
I love it!
I’ve always harboured a love in the dark spooky gothy part of my soul for boots & tights.
They captivate me… get my spirit to take on an ebony sheen.
When I saw this photo over at Eleanor Keane’s The Breathing Ghost Series blog, I had to share it!
It shook me right down to my little black boots!
Later this week, on the eve of Saint Nicholas day, hundreds of demon-faced creatures will descend upon the snowy streets of Alpine countries, rattling chains and bells in preparation for capturing naughty children and carrying them away on Krampusnacht. Fearsome and caprine, the bestial horror most commonly known as the Krampus is a holdover from early Germanic folklore; horned, hairy, cloven-hooved, with a long, pointed tongue and carrying chains and birch switches or whips.
I can’t get enough of them!
Are these the cutest onesies or what??
It’s never too early for your child to get in touch with its inner nerd!
Have your baby embrace the geekiness within.
You’re never too young to pun.
And where better to put nerd icons this this guy…
Or this guy…
Yes, even this guy!
So go nuts, my little geeks and nerdlings!
Show them who dresses their kids better than anyone.
We have our own style of charm.
And we rock!
And we know it!
Ten points for Gryffindor!!
People come, settle, build and live their lives.
There are many reasons why…
(Church in Gary, Indiana. Photo by eholubow)
But one thing is common…
They can’t take their churches with them.
The congregation moves on…
But the building – the structure…
That is left behind.
They are living testaments to the idea….
You can’t take it with you.