Give Me A High Five

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Yeah! Godzilla wants all of the high fives!

(Source: godzillamovie.com)

Work in Progress


So I got a DIY Turret the other day. I decided to make it pink!



Going to The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of my favorite places in the world. There is something
special about being in that museum. I don’t know what it is. I just love it.

Antonio Canova


The American West in Bronze, 1850–1925





This sculpture here is a part of their permanent exhibit.

Mexican Girl Dying





There was also a great exhibit of photographs of Paris. Seeing the evolution of Photography,
was pretty darn cool. The images below, I didn’t actually take. The photos are so delicate
that flash photography cannot be used. SO NO PHOTOS.

Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris




GO TO THE MET!

This Week’s Shenanigans

The things I bought, ate and had fun with these past couple of days!





I bought this Tetris Lamp and DIY Portal
Turret from ThinkGeek. Don’t know if I’m
going to glitter this up or not.



"I’m shopping for full coverage Booch Insurance, because when @BrianBooch takes over Detective Comics, my head will explode."  — @ghettobond

That’s all folks! Until next time.




When DIY Goes Wrong

I saw this really cute DIY and I wanted to do it for myself. The results were not what I expected.
I saw this fun tutorial at Lowes.com and I said to myself “You can do this!” Here is the tutorial in question:

http://www.lowes.com/creative-ideas/other-areas/woodland-terrarium/project

I went to Lowes and bought everything I needed.


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I decided not to go with a woodland theme but a desert theme instead. I had my acrylic sheets
and was ready to go. Little did I know I had the wrong glue and this would end terribly. Luckily
I had a backup plan!


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I followed the instructions. (Kinda)


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The glue I was using was not the correct type of glue. It started expanding and it did not look good.
I had a different type of glue so I used that again. That was a big mistake! It bled through and damaged my 
desk.


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The pro, this desk may not have survived my upcoming move. The con, I really liked this desk!
I did have a back up plan. I had a empty jar that I got from The Container Store. I bought this jar
at a discount. They usually have a discounted section, jars with missing lids and so on.
This is now my new terrarium!


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The instructions!

  1. Add 1/2” layer of decorative sand to your terrarium.
  2. Add a 1/2” layer of gravel, river rocks or whatever tickles your fancy. (I also add activated charcoal to this layer to prevent a funky smell.
  3. Add your soil.
  4. Add your plant. (I went with a cactus that requires low light. The mistletoe cactus may one day out grow this container but that’s okay.)
  5. Decorate. (I used dinosaurs!)


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We’re almost done! When moving your plant from 
one pot to a new one, make sure you loosen up
the roots as much as you possibly can. 


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All that is left is adding your decor!


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The acrylic sheets were damaged from all of the glue and as I pulled them apart, I broke them. :(
I like the way this looks though! :) Always have a plan b!

This is so on the money!

(Source: pusheen)

The Weekly Roundup

Bought some new toys. 
I have a mystery on my hands.
I now work dangerously close to kidrobot. Run with it!



What do I snack on?



The Weekly Roundup

Bought some new toys. 
I have a mystery on my hands.
I now work dangerously close to kidrobot. Run with it!



What do I snack on?



It’s Time For Easter Candy!


THESE ARE MY FAVORITE! <3