Esther Oostdijk
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So hilarious! Just played this as a game with Jake, where I said the names & he guessed what it was I was describing. He did really well! Only missed two! "Space light"was kinda rough! Lol

So hilarious! Just played this as a game with Jake, where I said the names & he guessed what it was I was describing. He did really well! Only missed two! "Space light"was kinda rough! Lol

Danger zebra is my spirit animal. Literally. Not a white tiger. A danger zebra.

Danger zebra is my spirit animal. Literally. Not a white tiger. A danger zebra.

Amazing Animal Memes- Mini me

Amazing Animal Memes- Mini me

I'm certain that in this situation I would: scream, cry, run like hell, cry some more, and spontaneously combust all in that order.

I'm certain that in this situation I would: scream, cry, run like hell, cry some more, and spontaneously combust all in that order.

8 Photos of Dogs Who No Longer Trust Their Owners

8 Photos of Dogs Who No Longer Trust Their Owners

Vitamin-Ha – Animal Memes that crack me up

Vitamin-Ha – Animal Memes that crack me up

Book Knife Block. Looks cute. #home #idea #hack

Book Knife Block. Looks cute. #home #idea #hack

For the #love of #pastel-coloured things

For the #love of #pastel-coloured things

Простые модели для летнего платья с выкройками — Рукоделие

Простые модели для летнего платья с выкройками — Рукоделие

Evening Dress, Madame Grès: ca. 1944, one-piece cut of silk jersey finely pleated. "...Madame Grès opened the fashion house Alix in 1934, but was forces to close it in 1939. In 1942 she opened a new house under her husband's "nom d'artiste", Grès. In the mid-1930s she became known for extravagantly arranged clothes made of silk jersey in the classical Greek style and with few visible seams..."

Evening Dress, Madame Grès: ca. 1944, one-piece cut of silk jersey finely pleated. "...Madame Grès opened the fashion house Alix in 1934, but was forces to close it in 1939. In 1942 she opened a new house under her husband's "nom d'artiste", Grès. In the mid-1930s she became known for extravagantly arranged clothes made of silk jersey in the classical Greek style and with few visible seams..."