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shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: fluidwithwings: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: When I say that I live in Chicago, this is not what most people imagine. Same spot. Different day. Winter is coming. Again. Today is a nice day. Looks like winter is going to be waiting. October weather feels like October. The wind was blowing at my face pretty good. These Autumn Leaves, drift by my window. These Autumn Leaves, of red and gold….. I really expected that I would have missed all the leaf dropping. It’s quite beautiful out today. Even at the solstice, the tree still holds onto its leaves. Happy new year tree! The lake is starting to freeze here. It was a fun walk today! The lake was putting on quite a show today. The wind was blowing in from the Northeast. I ran in to a nice person taking photos as well, and had a small chat. I think that this is the earliest that I have been out. I need to remember to do this more often. I’m up eairly again! Turns out that there were no waves today, dispite the wind blowing in in about 15 miles an hour. The lake was frozen! It’s February thaw time! It’s hard to tell in the images but it’s actually raining pretty hard at this point. When I got home I had about 30 lb of water that is soaked into all my clothing. Went for a night time walk. It was supper windy out, but still warm enough to keep things from freezing again. Spring might be closer than I thought. This is a really nice set Today, as I approached the water, I thought that it looked rather brown for such a calm day. When I took a look down the pier I saw that it is just that the water is very clear now. The brown is the sand at the bottomThis is the time of year when shipwrecks are clearly visible from the air, it is before the algae has had a chance to grow this year. All the branches had little red-brown buds on them, it should be bright green the next time I come and see it. It was super windy today, and with the sun directly behind me it made it hard to see my screen. The buds are a bit larger now, but much less growth than I was expecting: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: fluidwithwings: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: shibariphoenix: When I say that I live in Chicago, this is not what most people imagine. Same spot. Different day. Winter is coming. Again. Today is a nice day. Looks like winter is going to be waiting. October weather feels like October. The wind was blowing at my face pretty good. These Autumn Leaves, drift by my window. These Autumn Leaves, of red and gold….. I really expected that I would have missed all the leaf dropping. It’s quite beautiful out today. Even at the solstice, the tree still holds onto its leaves. Happy new year tree! The lake is starting to freeze here. It was a fun walk today! The lake was putting on quite a show today. The wind was blowing in from the Northeast. I ran in to a nice person taking photos as well, and had a small chat. I think that this is the earliest that I have been out. I need to remember to do this more often. I’m up eairly again! Turns out that there were no waves today, dispite the wind blowing in in about 15 miles an hour. The lake was frozen! It’s February thaw time! It’s hard to tell in the images but it’s actually raining pretty hard at this point. When I got home I had about 30 lb of water that is soaked into all my clothing. Went for a night time walk. It was supper windy out, but still warm enough to keep things from freezing again. Spring might be closer than I thought. This is a really nice set Today, as I approached the water, I thought that it looked rather brown for such a calm day. When I took a look down the pier I saw that it is just that the water is very clear now. The brown is the sand at the bottomThis is the time of year when shipwrecks are clearly visible from the air, it is before the algae has had a chance to grow this year. All the branches had little red-brown buds on them, it should be bright green the next time I come and see it. It was super windy today, and with the sun directly behind me it made it hard to see my screen. The buds are a bit larger now, but much less growth than I was expecting

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<p><a href="https://nightkunoichi.tumblr.com/post/165787699463/thetoxicginger-polar-solstice" class="tumblr_blog">nightkunoichi</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://thetoxicginger.tumblr.com/post/165786128202/polar-solstice-nightkunoichi-a-friendly" class="tumblr_blog">thetoxicginger</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://polar-solstice.tumblr.com/post/165784382364/nightkunoichi-a-friendly-reminder-not-to-put" class="tumblr_blog">polar-solstice</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://nightkunoichi.tumblr.com/post/165783894498/a-friendly-reminder-not-to-put-undiluted-essential" class="tumblr_blog">nightkunoichi</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>A friendly reminder not to put undiluted essential oils on your skin. My mint essential oil ate through this styrofoam cup in aroun 20-30 mins when i got pulled away before i diluted it. And it was only about 4-5 drops.</p></blockquote> <p>Someone once bought me undiluted tea tree oil facial pads and told me to put undiluted tea tree oil on my face as an acne treatment, and I had to show her that it stripped the paint off metal with no scrubbing before she realized why that was a terrible idea. DILUTE. YOUR. OILS.</p> </blockquote> <p><a href="https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp">https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp</a></p> <p><br/></p> <p>This is a good website that explains in more depth why you don’t use raw essential oil on skin and how to dilute it with a proper “carriers” ie. Lotions, veg/coconut/ect oils and others. A good rule of thumb thought is to use a carrier that isn’t water and low viscosity. Also don’t use essential oils then go into the sun wait about 30-40 mins to adsorbed into the skin because it will boil/fry your skin. </p> </blockquote> <p>reblogging for the reference!</p> </blockquote>: <p><a href="https://nightkunoichi.tumblr.com/post/165787699463/thetoxicginger-polar-solstice" class="tumblr_blog">nightkunoichi</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://thetoxicginger.tumblr.com/post/165786128202/polar-solstice-nightkunoichi-a-friendly" class="tumblr_blog">thetoxicginger</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://polar-solstice.tumblr.com/post/165784382364/nightkunoichi-a-friendly-reminder-not-to-put" class="tumblr_blog">polar-solstice</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://nightkunoichi.tumblr.com/post/165783894498/a-friendly-reminder-not-to-put-undiluted-essential" class="tumblr_blog">nightkunoichi</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>A friendly reminder not to put undiluted essential oils on your skin. My mint essential oil ate through this styrofoam cup in aroun 20-30 mins when i got pulled away before i diluted it. And it was only about 4-5 drops.</p></blockquote> <p>Someone once bought me undiluted tea tree oil facial pads and told me to put undiluted tea tree oil on my face as an acne treatment, and I had to show her that it stripped the paint off metal with no scrubbing before she realized why that was a terrible idea. DILUTE. YOUR. OILS.</p> </blockquote> <p><a href="https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp">https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp</a></p> <p><br/></p> <p>This is a good website that explains in more depth why you don’t use raw essential oil on skin and how to dilute it with a proper “carriers” ie. Lotions, veg/coconut/ect oils and others. A good rule of thumb thought is to use a carrier that isn’t water and low viscosity. Also don’t use essential oils then go into the sun wait about 30-40 mins to adsorbed into the skin because it will boil/fry your skin. </p> </blockquote> <p>reblogging for the reference!</p> </blockquote>

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dxmedstudent: meatball-surgeon: gehayi: taigas-den: howtoimpersonateanadult: nightkunoichi: thetoxicginger: polar-solstice: nightkunoichi: A friendly reminder not to put undiluted essential oils on your skin. My mint essential oil ate through this styrofoam cup in aroun 20-30 mins when i got pulled away before i diluted it. And it was only about 4-5 drops. Someone once bought me undiluted tea tree oil facial pads and told me to put undiluted tea tree oil on my face as an acne treatment, and I had to show her that it stripped the paint off metal with no scrubbing before she realized why that was a terrible idea. DILUTE. YOUR. OILS. https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp This is a good website that explains in more depth why you don’t use raw essential oil on skin and how to dilute it with a proper “carriers” ie. Lotions, veg/coconut/ect oils and others. A good rule of thumb thought is to use a carrier that isn’t water and low viscosity. Also don’t use essential oils then go into the sun wait about 30-40 mins to adsorbed into the skin because it will boil/fry your skin. reblogging for the reference! Also don’t put undiluted oils in a container other than the one they came in, or a different one made for that purpose. Many essential oils deteriorate in light, which is why they come in dark bottles. People always are saying to put undiluted tea tree oil on dogs as a natural flea and tick treatment. Please don’t. Their skin peels like ours does I have a scar on my left arm due to essential oils. A colleague at work was selling them and insisted that essential oils couldn’t hurt anyone. For the record, it burned me like it was acid. PLEASE don’t leave essential oils where kids can get at them! They’re horribly corrosive, and very toxic even in small doses. Sincerely, an emergency doc who has seen too many kids who drank the stuff. Completely agree. Just because they are ‘natural’, does not mean they are safe. Because they are NOT natural in the form that is sold. They are highly concentrated forms of chemicals found in much smaller quantities in nature. The concentrated stuff is only ever meant to be used diluted, and as directed. Having had to look them up on toxbase whilst I was a paeds doc, I definitely recommend keeping them well out of the reach of children and animals. : dxmedstudent: meatball-surgeon: gehayi: taigas-den: howtoimpersonateanadult: nightkunoichi: thetoxicginger: polar-solstice: nightkunoichi: A friendly reminder not to put undiluted essential oils on your skin. My mint essential oil ate through this styrofoam cup in aroun 20-30 mins when i got pulled away before i diluted it. And it was only about 4-5 drops. Someone once bought me undiluted tea tree oil facial pads and told me to put undiluted tea tree oil on my face as an acne treatment, and I had to show her that it stripped the paint off metal with no scrubbing before she realized why that was a terrible idea. DILUTE. YOUR. OILS. https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp This is a good website that explains in more depth why you don’t use raw essential oil on skin and how to dilute it with a proper “carriers” ie. Lotions, veg/coconut/ect oils and others. A good rule of thumb thought is to use a carrier that isn’t water and low viscosity. Also don’t use essential oils then go into the sun wait about 30-40 mins to adsorbed into the skin because it will boil/fry your skin. reblogging for the reference! Also don’t put undiluted oils in a container other than the one they came in, or a different one made for that purpose. Many essential oils deteriorate in light, which is why they come in dark bottles. People always are saying to put undiluted tea tree oil on dogs as a natural flea and tick treatment. Please don’t. Their skin peels like ours does I have a scar on my left arm due to essential oils. A colleague at work was selling them and insisted that essential oils couldn’t hurt anyone. For the record, it burned me like it was acid. PLEASE don’t leave essential oils where kids can get at them! They’re horribly corrosive, and very toxic even in small doses. Sincerely, an emergency doc who has seen too many kids who drank the stuff. Completely agree. Just because they are ‘natural’, does not mean they are safe. Because they are NOT natural in the form that is sold. They are highly concentrated forms of chemicals found in much smaller quantities in nature. The concentrated stuff is only ever meant to be used diluted, and as directed. Having had to look them up on toxbase whilst I was a paeds doc, I definitely recommend keeping them well out of the reach of children and animals.

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21 JUN: About 13,000 people watched the sunrise at Stonehenge on Wednesday morning, on the longest day of the year. The sun rose at the historic monument in Wiltshire at 04:52 BST. English Heritage opens the site up every year for the solstice, giving people a rare chance to get up close to the monument. More than a million people each year flock to the neolithic site, built more than 4,000 years ago. It is thought ancient Britons built the massive monument as a religious site, to study and celebrate the movements of the sun and moon, or as a place of burial or healing. PHOTO: CHRIS J RATCLIFFE-AFP BBCSnapshot photography summer solstice longestday Stonehenge monument neolithic: 21 JUN: About 13,000 people watched the sunrise at Stonehenge on Wednesday morning, on the longest day of the year. The sun rose at the historic monument in Wiltshire at 04:52 BST. English Heritage opens the site up every year for the solstice, giving people a rare chance to get up close to the monument. More than a million people each year flock to the neolithic site, built more than 4,000 years ago. It is thought ancient Britons built the massive monument as a religious site, to study and celebrate the movements of the sun and moon, or as a place of burial or healing. PHOTO: CHRIS J RATCLIFFE-AFP BBCSnapshot photography summer solstice longestday Stonehenge monument neolithic

21 JUN: About 13,000 people watched the sunrise at Stonehenge on Wednesday morning, on the longest day of the year. The sun rose at the h...

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