"When your mind seems full, there is always room for more."
The name's Olive.I love drawing, my pets, and my soul mate. This is my main blog where I reblog whatever I feel like. You can just
ignore this blog, if you want, and go to my other blogs: Art Blog, Pet Blog Flight Rising Blog (I accidentally reblog things from my FR blog to this one a lot. Sorry in advance!)
They're much more entertaining.
IM LAUGHING SO HARD AT FIRST I JUST THOUGHT IT WAS A NORMAL TORTILLA AND IM JUST THINKING “WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING IS THIS ONE OF THOSE USELESS FUXKING JOKES THAT DONT MAKE ANY DAMN SENSE YOU’RE FILLING A TORTILLA WITH FUCKING PENS WHAT KIND OF SHITTY ASS IDEA IS THAT” BUT THEN I REALIZED THAT ITS NOT
I WANT ONE
CAN YOU IMAGINE HOW EVERYONE ELSE IN CLASS WOULD LOOK AT YOU WHEN YOU PULL THAT OUT OF YOUR BAG AND START PULLING PENS OUT
The ancient Greeks upheld the opal as a sign of purity and hope. The ancient Romans believed opals kept the wearer safe from harm and called opals cupid paederos, child as beautiful as love.
For thousands of years opals have been regarded as a source of imparting inner beauty and faithfulness to the wearer. For centuries royal families have included opals in crowns and necklaces as a talisman for protection, calling them the “King of Gems”.