Mai multe idei de la Ovidius
you're like, really pretty

you're like, really pretty

Lol love this quote, but why do I think of Edward Cullen when I see it? lol I'm weird

Lol love this quote, but why do I think of Edward Cullen when I see it? lol I'm weird

Christmas advent calendar

Christmas advent calendar

OMG I LOVE IT ramadan and Eid decorations

OMG I LOVE IT ramadan and Eid decorations

Eid Chocolate Bars

Eid Chocolate Bars

Occupations/jobs in Arabic. Also, check the conversation and the audio to help you practice and learn more.

Occupations/jobs in Arabic. Also, check the conversation and the audio to help you practice and learn more.

Like many chefs, Eli Sussman enjoys making his own hot sauce. This jalapeño-cilantro version can run from mild to spicy depending on how hot the chiles are.  Slideshow: Condiments

Like many chefs, Eli Sussman enjoys making his own hot sauce. This jalapeño-cilantro version can run from mild to spicy depending on how hot the chiles are. Slideshow: Condiments

Lemonade at Bab al Yemen in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. This house-made Lemonade was this frothy concoction with lots of fresh lemon pulp and the right balance of sweet and sourness. Damn good Lemonade in a damn good Yemeni restaurant.

Lemonade at Bab al Yemen in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. This house-made Lemonade was this frothy concoction with lots of fresh lemon pulp and the right balance of sweet and sourness. Damn good Lemonade in a damn good Yemeni restaurant.

Eight-Pointed Star-Shaped Tile. Combining star- and cross-shaped luster tiles, this panel exemplifies the type of puzzle-like wall revetments popular in the Ilkhanid period. Some of the tiles shown here display inscriptions from the Qur'an or verses of Persian poetry. Their content reveals that the tiles came from differing architectural contexts - some religious, others secular - and only later were combined to create this display.

Eight-Pointed Star-Shaped Tile. Combining star- and cross-shaped luster tiles, this panel exemplifies the type of puzzle-like wall revetments popular in the Ilkhanid period. Some of the tiles shown here display inscriptions from the Qur'an or verses of Persian poetry. Their content reveals that the tiles came from differing architectural contexts - some religious, others secular - and only later were combined to create this display.