— Elizabeth Gilbert
reverse hades/persephone, where the young daughter of summer uses plant magic to ensnare the lord of darkness and keep him prisoner in a beautiful garden above ground. Eventually, enchanted by her cleverness and wild youth he agrees to eat six pomegranate seeds and stay with her for half of every year.
# ID READ THE FUCK OUT OF THAT # HE TRIES BEING ALL IMPOSINGLY MIGHTY AND WRATHFUL WHILE PERSPHONE JUST GOES ON WATERING THE FLOWERS OUTSIDE HIS CAGE # HE PETITIONS TO AT LEAST GET SOME DEATHBELL AND NIGHTSHADE AND ASPHODEL GROWING IN THERE BUT IT’S ALL LOTUSES AND SUNFLOWERS AND APPLES # AND LIKE CORN EVERYWHERE HE FUCKING HATES CORN # THEY COMPROMISE ON POMEGRANATES (x)
My favorite source was Roman Warfare (Smithsonian History of Warfare) by Adrian Goldsworthy. I would do another one of my PowerPoints on Roman tactics, but I doubt that’s in high demand.
The last image came from ‘education.blurtit.com’, which, altogether, isn’t a half-bad website.
Book Photo Challenge - July Day 2: Brusting with laughter
This series has a lot a funny moments that I really enjoyed, espeacilly the ones with Joe Solomon ♥
Day 28: In the Kitchen
The most important aspect of the kitchen
"This book is the next Harry Potte-"
"When a new book is published read an old one."
The Harry Potter 15th anniversary special edition (AKA the most beautiful thing I have ever laid my eyes on)