kj : schnibbles of my life

My grandfather always used the word "schnibbles" to describe the bits of things on the floor, or bites of snacks that you sneak. Sometimes that's all I can get organized to keep in one place. Schnibbles.

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Huffington Post offers a glimmer of hope for our future.

Read it and be refreshed.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/derek-penwell/breaking-the-war-over-sam_b_5631552.html

Huffington Post offers a glimmer of hope for our future.

Read it and be refreshed.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/derek-penwell/breaking-the-war-over-sam_b_5631552.html

madcapschoolofthearts:

MadCAP’s Blocking Process

During our productions the blocking begins right away. We get our scripts, cast assignments and then we get up on our feet to learn the show. Blocking is the movement the actors make during the show, such as crossing the stage or jumping in the air or anything else that director tells you to do in regards to movement. After blocking is given and learned for any scene, actors work on being off-book, which means having that scene memorized. Then we block the rest o the scenes, after that we’ve got full show, ready to be seen!

Don’t forget to attend our performances of Alice in Wonderland and A Homespun Folktale of Oz at Oakwood Village at 11am and 3pm on Friday!

Inspired by a conversation with Becca this morning, I now have two points of brandy cherry bounce hanging out in my cupboard. Let’s hope it’s tasty when it’s time to tap them! #brandy #cherrybounce

sesamestreet:

Duh nuh nuh nuh 

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BERTMAN!

I love sesame street. And I love Bert and Ernie.

(via penaltybox14)

knitsandnonsense:

Leftovers… I sense many stripes in my future!

(via stitch-please)

Steve and I are sharing our favorite Madison restaurant with Tori this morning! (at The Old Fashioned)

mid-centurylove:

Eat and keep slim, 1953

One of my favorite lunch staples looks a lot like this.

mid-centurylove:

Hmmm….I can just see me wearing a straight red skirt by Givenchy around the house…1953

Love the dress on the bottom right.

Haven’t we all had this moment?

(via rxd-bxd)

Night Donuts!

Yes. This is a real thing.

spanishzoe