Hi Everyone! Thanks a million for the follows, likes, reblogs, comments, and messages!! I have so much fun talking to you guys and seeing your collections grow.
To thank you, here is a giveaway!
1st winner: A full set of the 12cm Fresh alpacasso (5 x 12cm)
2nd winner: A single Fresh alpacasso (1 x 12cm - the colour will be a surprise)
How do you enter?
Simply reblog or like this post. You can reblog as many times as you like, but please don’t spam your followers. Please note, you don’t have to be my follower to win, please do not follow me just for the giveaway, there is no need!! This is open to everyone.
However, I will make sure that at least one winner is from my current followers. I have made a note of all my current followers so that at least one winner comes from you guys. After all, this giveaway is to thank you guys :) <3
As you enter, you are consenting to providing an address for shipping, and for me to send it to that address.
How will the winner be chosen?
I will use a random number generator to pick the winners. The giveaway will end on 7th November 2013, Australian time. The winners will be notified via the message box, so please make sure that you have the ask box open. If you do not respond within 48 hours, I will redraw.
I will be very grateful if you could post a photo of the alpacasso when you receive them on your tumblr.
Please give them a loving home!! They will love you!! :) (Look at the speech bubble, they want to live in your house!)
Good luck everyone, and thanks again!! :)
packing up when suddenly
hey what’s this?
OOH WAIT IS THAT
SWEET BABY JEGUS YES YES YE S
I had a dream last night
Shaq: hey get me a copy of the genes for playing good basketball
Me: OK! Do you know where they are?
Me: I mean like what chromosome are they located on?
Or maybe trying be a cockatiel. We just don’t know.
but not really.
I am in a hotel in Illinois, about a mile south of Beloit. The dorms do not open until tomorrow. I believe my brother, father, and I to be the only living patrons of this establishment. Upon our arrival, the parking lot was entirely empty, as was the lobby. I did not hear the man at the front desk speak any actual words, though he did look quite real. No lights were on in any of the rooms leading to ours, and no people could be seen in the halls. All was quiet and slightly dim.
While carrying my orchid, lemon tree, and mint plant up to the hotel room to avoid the dangers of hot cars, we passed by two people in the hall. They looked to be a father and daughter, and their eyes were empty. They said nothing and did not look in my direction as we passed. There were free cookies in the lobby, I carried one in my mouth up to the room because my hands were full. It was a very nice cookie.
The town is like Ypsilanti, if something ancient and terrible had swallowed everything but Depot Town and the surrounding areas. Mostly it is small and not exceptionally interesting, but maybe that is just because I have not looked hard enough yet. While walking to dinner, I noted at least five distinct barber shops. People here must have a lot of hair. Or possibly very little?
The campus is lovely, as I was already aware because I visited last summer. It is green and friendly and there is a good balance of old and new buildings. The library has a lot of windows. I am quite pleased. The new sciences building, which looks like something I would build in minecraft out of glass and marble, has this fancy native plants garden behind it. It is probably my favorite place so far. There are numerous fancy benches, some made of red granite and travertine, some made of a knotty, swirling wood. There are concrete walkways and wooden walkways and little stone pathways running between them. Everything is flowers and bumble bees and acoustics. There is a round indentation in the center lined with travertine, with stairs leading down into it from the ground level. It is reminiscent of an amphitheater. There is a small black drain in the middle, presumably for easy cleanup after a blood sacrifice. If you stand on the drain, everything echoes, as if you were in a canyon. It is beautiful.
Near campus, there is a river. It is wider than our river and deeper than our river and evidently it has not name. There are a number of docks on it. it is here that I discovered a Dairy Queen and riverside gazebo, where i discovered the sound of a squeaky floorboard. I have never had a squeaky floorboard before, and so never quite believed that they were as squeaky as pop culture would have me believe.
They are that squeaky.
I went to a dinner at a local grocery store for the new Beloit students. It was overpriced and mediocre. The aim was to meet other incoming students. I talked to one girl because we had the same birthday. I do not remember her name and probably will never talk to her again. As we ate, as grouping of extroverts formed in the center of the space, slowly growing and absorbing more and more people who were ridiculously socially adept and mildly attractive. I ate my macaroni and cheese slowly, observing them.
There was also pie. it was hot and delicious and I burned my tongue.
I am excited for tomorrow because everything will happen. I will unpack. I will register my bicycle. I will finally meet my illusive roommate who looks suspiciously like Pippin in her facebook profile picture.
Good things. Good things.
Pawprince, over and out