Art from the book A Monster Calls written by Patrick Ness and illustrated by Jim Kay.
It’s a children’s book about a boy (Conor) who starts having nightmares about a monster every night since his mother started her cancer treatment. One night when he wakes up, there is an actual monster right outside his window. The monster is a yew tree in the cemetery behind Conor’s house during day-time but the monster we see at night. I wont go into more detail about the story because it’s really worth reading. You might want to have some tissues and ice-cream ready though.
It was inspired by Siobhan Dowd, who passed away due to cancer and could not write this book herself
Lucky Louie (2006)
My boyfriend doesn’t have furniture in his house just a giant bean bag and a futon A+ life choices
are you really really tiny or is that the most perfect bean bag ever?
I am 5’9”
it is a gigantic 8ft bean bag
perfect bean bag
It’s like a giant yorkshire pudding!
The Jim Norton Show
If you love Halo and Borderlands, you might want to check out the Destiny Beta… like right now!!!
Well this is turning into a little bit of awesome!
Is wire wool made from metal sheep? (by Alexis Peace Hall)
My first attempt at wire wool spinning. I used to love shooting here at night doing nightscape stuff, and time lapse pieces of the stars and sunsets. I need to move make to Edinburgh again. Newcastle is balls for this kind of thing.
Face to Face with Scotland’s Shaggy Highland Cows
Long-horned and remarkably shaggy cattle graze throughout the rolling hills of the Scottish countryside, capturing the hearts of visiting and local Instagrammers alike. Officially called the Highland cow, the breed is also known by its name in the Scots language, kyloe, and by the affectionate name of Highland “coo” for its pronunciation in the Scottish accent.
The cows are more than just a shaggy coat with horns for 17-year-old Scotland Instagrammer Murn Cameron (@murn_eilidh_kate), who works with her family on the Dunach Estate farm near Oban. “The cattle are really inquisitive and curious about humans, and they want to interact with us,” she explains. “They all have different personalities a bit like humans. The calves are very cheeky—and adorable.”
Murn takes her phone with her into the fields, capturing the cattle in all their different colors. “I have a soft spot for the red ones myself,” she says. “People joke and say it is because of the similar hair color as I am ginger, and I must say they may have a point!”
She still looks way to much like my ex!