New hair ✨…it’s dark blue on the bottom, believe me.
gwathir:

Summer Goddess Sun Tea with Chamomile Syrup 
Summer Goddess Sun Tea

Equal parts dried rose and hibiscus flowers, blended1-3 teaspoons of flowers per 8 oz of water

Brew sun tea by leaving a jar of water and flower petals in a sunny window for an hour or two. The hibiscus imparts its flavor quickly, so the tea doesn’t take long to brew. A caveat: there’s some risk of bacteria growth when making sun tea. If you think you’ll leave your tea out for more than a couple of hours, consider brewing it overnight in the refrigerator instead, or making it the old-fashioned way with boiling water. If you use boiling water, pour it over dried flowers, cover, and let sit for 10 minutes before straining.
Brown Sugar Chamomile Syrup

1 cup organic brown sugar1 cup water 1/2 cup dried chamomile flowers

In a medium saucepan combine sugar and water. Bring to a boil, stirring until the sugar has dissolved. Remove from heat and add chamomile flowers and cover with a lid. Jessa likes to add one cup of flowers for a strong chamomile flavor. If you prefer a more subtle flavor, add just a half cup of flowers. Allow to cool and then strain into a clean container and enjoy. Syrup can be refrigerated for up to one month.
alapoet:

the lunar eclipse condensed to 3 seconds, for those of you who had clouds or are in a hurry

THE HUMANS DO IT ALL THE TIME, IT MEANS YOU’RE A GOOD BOY
akai-onepiece:

this is so nice, i need it *__*
naturesfeelings:

Like a cake.