My boyfriend (@virgilwong) made (reheated) me strawberry and blueberry crêpes for a breakfast-in-bed kind of morning

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Chatting with her bird friends

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Starting a new knitting project!

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Loving these flowers and apparently a lot of bees do, too 🌸🐝

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I would like all of the porcelain teacups please

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I would like all of these porcelain teacups please (at Home Depot Distribution Center 5965)

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Brunch in the cutest little cafe in Cranbury (at The Blue Rooster Bakery & Cafe)

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All that can be certain about Cesare’s end is that he died as he had lived, violently, alone, fighting against the odds. He died, and therefore he failed, but he might have succeeded. Few men are born, as he was, with a sense of their own destiny and a will to achieve it so strong that they are prepared to sacrifice anything to that end, and it is not necessarily a recipe for inevitable failure. The lust for power is as strong and all-consuming as the compulsion of creative genius. Cesare was ruthless, amoral, in many ways a political gangster, if a brilliant one, but the single-minded drive and ability with which he pursued his destiny gave him the qualities of genius. The essence of the man who was Cesare Borgia is expressed in his own prophetic motto: ‘Either Caesar or nothing.’
— Sarah Bradford, Cesare Borgia: His Life and Times (via unfinishedduets)
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Islamic architecture

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