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A Feast for Crows by George R. R. Martin



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that’s a lot of cookies

my power grows with each batch 

one time i baked 112 shortbread cookies in one day

i baked chocolate chip cookies, lemon bars, fudge brownies, cake brownies, snickerdoodles, peanut butter cookies, and sugar cookies today. i almost did two kinds of sugar cookies but suddenly it was midnight. im so tired

i have multiple cookie tray burns. i am starting to doubt if a world exists outside of this kitchen. but if nothing else, i have way more cookies than any one person should have. 

promo bc im making cookies


im making like seven kinds of cookies and two kinds of brownies today. this is totally a good reason to do a promo

  • mbf me
  • reblog this
  • enter my botm??? 
  • check out my botm???
  • this goes until sometime later today. whenever im done baking

these will be in lists, with favorites bolded, along with a few solos. i’ll also do some +fs.

ok. this has been extended until tomorrow because i have been making cookies for thirteen hours and im too tired to do it now 

THE DRAUGHT OF LIVING DEATH is an extremely powerful sleeping draught, sending the drinker into a deathlike slumber, similar to suspended animation. The potion seemed difficult to concoct, since Hermione Granger, a prodigious potioneer, who managed to concoct the Polyjuice Potion in her second year, had some difficulty doing it. The Wiggenweld Potion is capable of reversing the effects of the Draught. The Hag Leticia Somnolens used the Draught in an attempt to kill a princess who made her jealous. A prince who placed Wiggenweld Potion on his lips revived the princess with a kiss.

Her son was looking down at her, Catelyn realized. Was it war that made him grow so fast, she wondered, or the crown they had put on his head?

"I take a lot of pride in being myself. I’m comfortable with who I am." 



Scarlett Johansson photographed by Tzema Yeste for Marie Claire UK (2013)