"Life, love, stress, and setbacks."

Sarah. 22 Years.
2 Furry Babies. 1 Human Baby on the Way.
Family. Friends. Books. Food. Photography. Art. Creativity.

Thanks babe for the new buys today <3 Finally have some #breakingbad to add to my collection :)
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Surprised my babe with this homemade gift today just because :) 
#diy #paint #fun #crafts #love
Reading and coffee make 6am morning completely fine <3 
#bookworm #nerd #canthelpit #loveit #California #Louisiana #NewOrleans #TheMortalInstruments #morningreads
That free hotel breakfast life <3
I just want to sleep D,: think I’ve been up for like an hour and a half now…ugh
#pregnantgirlproblems
@cromanski babe I need this in my life. From @shopluckyfox

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Time to start this series again :) #cassandraclare #themortalinstruments #bookonethroughfive #cityofbones #cityofashes #cityofglass #cityoffallenangels #cityoflostsouls #books #reading #nerd #iloveit #finallyhaveallmybooksback
2 eggs, 2 pieces of toast, half caffeine coffee, and some water for breakfast <3 :)

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archiemcphee:

The Department of Awesome Parenting just discovered yet another amazing parent who turns their child’s school lunches into a mini art show. Minneapolis-based freelance designer and illustrator Bryan Dunn, aka The Bag Dad, has been illustrating his son’s brown paper lunch bags for two years now, ever since the boy’s very first day of school.

Each colored pencil drawing takes Bryan about 20-30 minutes to complete. He usually works on them during his own lunch break. Because the bags don’t always make it back home after school, Dunn started photographing each bag before filling it with his son’s lunch.

You can see them all over on The Bag Dad Facebook page. You can also follow his lunch bag artwork here on Tumblr.

[via Twisted Sifter]