1. 18:50 1st Feb 2012

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  2. 12:44

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  3. 12:42 18th Jan 2012

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  5. 16:38 27th Dec 2011

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    Reblogged from neighborhoodr-denver

    neighborhoodr-denver:
Don’t trash that Tannenbaum!
In the two weeks following New Year’s Day Denver Recycle’s seasonal “Treecycle” program will once again strive to divert a deluge of discarded Christmas trees from its landfill and instead grind them into mountains of free mulch for city residents.
The ‘TREECYCLE’ program requires that used natural Christmas trees…
stripped of decorations & tinsel & stands… be left at least four feet away from the Dumpster or trash can, Jan. 3 - 7 & 9 - 13. Call 311 or visit denvergov.org/denvercycles.com

    neighborhoodr-denver:

    Don’t trash that Tannenbaum!

    In the two weeks following New Year’s Day Denver Recycle’s seasonal “Treecycle” program will once again strive to divert a deluge of discarded Christmas trees from its landfill and instead grind them into mountains of free mulch for city residents.

    The ‘TREECYCLE’ program requires that used natural Christmas trees…

    stripped of decorations & tinsel & stands… be left at least four feet away from the Dumpster or trash can, Jan. 3 - 7 & 9 - 13. Call 311 or visit denvergov.org/denvercycles.com

     
  6. Hey, it’s Andrew!

    grawlixcomedy:

    Welcome to the debut of our new Grawlix question and answer section, ‘Ask Andy?’ Ben and Adam said they would actually prefer it if I handled this job, and said they were ‘way too busy’ and ‘no one gives a shit’.

    Dear Andy: I noticed that Adam Cayton-Holland is clearly the only one of you…

     
  7. 17:32 8th Nov 2011

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    firstbook:

Our friends at Random House Children’s Books have generously agreed to donate one brand-new book for each new follower we gain on Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter this week. Those books will go to thousands of schools and programs serving kids from low-income families across the country.
Please Re-blog!
To learn more about First Book, please visit: www.firstbook.org

    firstbook:

    Our friends at Random House Children’s Books have generously agreed to donate one brand-new book for each new follower we gain on TumblrFacebook, and Twitter this week. Those books will go to thousands of schools and programs serving kids from low-income families across the country.

    Please Re-blog!

    To learn more about First Book, please visit: www.firstbook.org

     
  8. 14:17 17th Oct 2011

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    matthewcory:

#downtown  #Denver  #CO  #colourful  #beautiful (uploaded with Streamzoo.com)

    matthewcory:

    #downtown #Denver #CO #colourful #beautiful (uploaded with Streamzoo.com)

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    brookehatfield:

siphotos:

North Carolina’s Michael Jordan grooves to music and dances with an umbrella during a November 1983 SI photo shoot. (Lane Stewart/SI)
GALLERY: Michael Jordan: The College YearsSI VAULT: Jordan, Perkins are best one-two punch in college hoops (11/28/83)

this picture is everything i want to be.

YES!

    brookehatfield:

    siphotos:

    North Carolina’s Michael Jordan grooves to music and dances with an umbrella during a November 1983 SI photo shoot. (Lane Stewart/SI)

    GALLERY: Michael Jordan: The College Years
    SI VAULT:
    Jordan, Perkins are best one-two punch in college hoops (11/28/83)

    this picture is everything i want to be.

    YES!

     
  10. 16:49 26th Sep 2011

    Notes: 105

    Reblogged from yrfriendliz

    Tags: diythe creative corner

    ourchangingsky:

vegetable papyrus! if you have never seen/heard of it before, it is really easy to make, friends.all you have to do is:-  slice your vegetable (I like zucchini the best!) as evenly as you can (about 3mm wide), and then- mircowave them until tender- lay down a about half of a newspaper (or something else absorbant) and then a piece of cotton fabric (just whatever you’ve got layin’ around!) and then lay out the veggie pieces in whatever pattern you want (make sure they are overlapping though! like mine are in the photo)- cover that with another piece of cotton fab, and then some thin drawing paper or somethin’ and then more newspaper on top!- put that into a press, or just put loads of books on top of it- you should probs change the paper every couple of days to get rid of extra moisture so that it dries ASAP! usually is ready in like less than a week and is really pretty. it’s kind of fragile but I wrapped up a little box with it and it was a very very very cute present!papermaking forever

    ourchangingsky:

    vegetable papyrus! if you have never seen/heard of it before, it is really easy to make, friends.
    all you have to do is:
    -  slice your vegetable (I like zucchini the best!) as evenly as you can (about 3mm wide), and then
    - mircowave them until tender
    - lay down a about half of a newspaper (or something else absorbant) and then a piece of cotton fabric (just whatever you’ve got layin’ around!) and then lay out the veggie pieces in whatever pattern you want (make sure they are overlapping though! like mine are in the photo)
    - cover that with another piece of cotton fab, and then some thin drawing paper or somethin’ and then more newspaper on top!
    - put that into a press, or just put loads of books on top of it
    - you should probs change the paper every couple of days to get rid of extra moisture so that it dries ASAP! usually is ready in like less than a week and is really pretty. it’s kind of fragile but I wrapped up a little box with it and it was a very very very cute present!

    papermaking forever