so far my Friday night has consisted of eating ginger snaps, reading my new Bowie book, and playing Nintendo and I’m alright with that

This is me wearing a most adorable dress that is currently still available (#CANYOUBELIEVEIT) at Missed Connections Vintage. ALSO you can get it (or anything else in stock) 30% off with the code: ENDOFSUMMER until Sunday! Help me make room for fall stuff, I have a really small apartment. Thanx. 

This is me wearing a most adorable dress that is currently still available (#CANYOUBELIEVEIT) at Missed Connections Vintage. ALSO you can get it (or anything else in stock) 30% off with the code: ENDOFSUMMER until Sunday! Help me make room for fall stuff, I have a really small apartment. Thanx. 

right now if I stand outside my office all I can smell is September mornings in Montauk with my uncle making his famous quesadillas and my dad strumming his guitar at the campfire and the nostalgia is killing me

smithsonianlibraries:

smithsonianlibraries:

The aurora at the southern pole, in all its psychedelic glory. From v.14 of The Works of Jules Verne, this illustration is for his story The Sphinx of Ice, which starts on p. 263. (also known as An Antarctic Mystery.)

We hear you might be able to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights from the northern tier of the US tonight. Don’t expect them to be quite as showy as this image of the aurora australis we posted last year, however…
See NASA’s Aurora page for more info. NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center might have the scoop, too.
Happy viewing!

smithsonianlibraries:

smithsonianlibraries:

The aurora at the southern pole, in all its psychedelic glory. From v.14 of The Works of Jules Verne, this illustration is for his story The Sphinx of Ice, which starts on p. 263. (also known as An Antarctic Mystery.)

We hear you might be able to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights from the northern tier of the US tonight. Don’t expect them to be quite as showy as this image of the aurora australis we posted last year, however…

See NASA’s Aurora page for more info. NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center might have the scoop, too.

Happy viewing!