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In case you didn't know, my wife and I are gem and mineral dealers and collectors based in Tokyo. Occasionally I like to post pictures of some of the new minerals passing through our shop or collection, have a look.
Wulfenite - Lead Molybdate PbMoO₄
I want your back to be home for my cold hands in the early morning, that my laughter never leave your ears, nor my lips ever leave your skin.
I want you to drink me
in every sip of water
and be the dust
that never leaves your glasses.
I want to be your day by day,
your boredom and your pleasure,
I want to be your bad decisions
and the inadequate solution,
your late wake-up runs
and the shoe you never put back in place
when you sleep.
Today I want to share a little bit about the experience of gardening in a small yard that I have. As usual, the vegetables that I have is a vegetable that I and the family consume every day. In the era of the pandemic is making me and my husband very diligent in planting like vegetables, herbs and fruits.
The vegetables that I wanted to share his experience is a Mustard Greens Pagoda (ta ke cai).
Vegetable this kind of is a vegetable that is very rare in Indonesia, especially in the area where I live.
Initially I put this because there is an order to the interests of the exhibition.
Then over time I tried this vegetable and its vegetable is really unique as well as have good taste.
So that got me addicted to plant these vegetables using hydroponic systems.
Hmmmm, Friday. I suddenly remembered what it smelled like during this day when I was still studying. This day gave me a good feeling which is hard to explain. Perhaps, it means partying or just having a rest tomorrow after. I missed it when I was working for 5 years at a private company. I didn't enjoy the weekend much. Well, the day off was not specified every weekend. Let's just forget it because that was in the past and today in the blog it will be a #marketfriday tag by @dswigle.
camera: Canon EOS 60D lens: Canon EF-S 35mm f/2.8 Macro IS STM
Some people use words, others use light to say what they feel.
Photos by @desro - ©RominaM*
Good evening everybody, Hello HIVE LOVERS, wherever you are. Sharing is something very beautiful. Tonight I want to share again here with all of you,
The wasps I found by the roadside grew easily and abundantly, This grass plant has beautiful flowers, so we don't think of it as a parasite.
This plant grows by itself, most people just ignore it, but we can take advantage of it.
Hello my Hivelovers, the first time I read about this Community of Catharsis, I was glad that it was a space where we could drain those experiences that affect our lives, and that among them being a survivor of diseases could also be expressed.
This is what my sharing with you is about and perhaps the daily catharsis that I personally experience by not only surviving an illness but by having it present and giving signs of its stay in me every dawn.
So, the end of July has come, as I write this, it's the evening of July 30th. July has been a pretty good month for the garden here in the upper great lakes region. We've had some dry weather which required watering the gardens, but for the past 2 weeks we've gotten a decent amount of rain. This always helps the garden more than watering it, but you can't always depend on the rain.
Since this post is basically "show and tell" for the garden, I'll get right to it. First, a picture of the main garden. Between the squash vines covering half of everything, and all the tomato plants, it kind of looks like a jungle out there.
My first encounter with the main Poltava bus station was around the end of 2013 just before the tensions rose in the country. It is safe to say that even after 8-ish years, the place is still very intact. In whatever sense "intact" can be assumed.
Poltava is one of the popular cities in Ukraine. It is not a very big city and the city center is just as cozy and confined. One thing I love about the city is the people. I had a heartfelt chat with a street vendor, who of course was a babushka, and she told me to start picking up Ukrainian while she herself spoke to me in fluent Russian. The atmosphere in the city is incredibly welcoming and so full of comradery.
Yesterday, on the third Eid, my friends and I went back to camping at the Teuraceu Sikurueng Beungga waterfall, Tangse District, Pidie Regency, Aceh.