So come with me where Dreams are born and Time is never planned. Just think of happy things, and your heart will fly on Wings, in Never Never Land.
“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature — the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.”
― Rachel Carson, Silent Spring
liveloveevintage:string lights are amazing
And when the night is cloudy there is still a light that shines on me
Shine until tomorrow, let it be
I wake up to the sound of music, Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be
Let it be, let it be, let it be, yeah, let it be
There will be an answer, let it be
Lyrics from Let It Be, by The Beatles
Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery hand in hand,
For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.
~William Butler Yeats, “The Stolen Child”
May the wings of the butterfly kiss the sun
And find your shoulder to light on,
To bring you luck, happiness and riches
Today, tomorrow and beyond.
I la-la-la-loooooove this piece of jewelry. The gnarled bark-faced book with a leaf chain. *sticks out pouty lip with a little quiver* Oh how I want it.
What is the origin of the phrase ‘as mad as a hatter’?
The earliest documented use of the phrase “mad as a hatter” appears in Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, January-June 1829, So the term is at least one hundred and eighty years old.
It is believed to have come about because hatters in the eighteenth and nineteenth century frequently suffered from mercury poisoning. Mercury is a chemical which used to be used in the production of felt hats. It is extremely toxic and can cause symptoms which appear to be similar to ‘madness’.