The cauldron spilled over.
Purple ombre / jelly sandwich, bottom —› top:
- Zoya Miley
- L’Oreal Lilac Coolers
- L’Oreal Berry Nice
- Max Factor Fantasy Fire
- Kleancolor Chunky Holo Black
Orange swirl dry marble:
- Sinful Colors Cloud 9
- Sinful Colors Opal Glitter
- NYC Purple Pizzazz Frost
My heart swings back and forth between the need for routine and the urge to run.
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These dark wave clouds called “undulatus asperatus” rolled over Lincoln, Nebraska in July 7, 2014.
HH: It is like an inverted ocean wave show. Amazing and ominous.
A full moon sets behind the Christ the Redeemer statue on top of Corcovado hill in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 25, 2013. Pope Francis will visit to Rio de Janeiro during the World Youth Day event on July 23 to 28.
Palestinian farmers harvest wheat on a farm near the West Bank city of Jenin early Monday, April 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas).
Christmas lights outline towers at the Country Club Plaza shopping center as the sun sets Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013, in Kansas City, Mo. About 80 miles of lights with 280,000 multi-colored bulbs outline the buildings and towers in the shopping district. (Charlie Riedel/AP)
Pet Vampire Costumes OMG
Rainbow of Carrots
Israel is building vertical cemeteries
Israel is, as The Associated Press so aptly put it, literally raising the dead.
Plans to build vertical cemeteries were developed in Asia, and Israel has given the idea the go-ahead. Israeli rabbis have even declared the practice kosher, saying it is “the most effective Jewish practice in an era when most of the cemeteries in major population centers are packed full.”
Israel is spearheading the vertical cemetery movement with its flagship Yarkon Cemetery outside Tel Aviv, but it’s also starting a global trend — the high-rise cemeteries are appearing in Brazil and Japan, too. Brazil, in fact, is home to the world’s tallest existing cemetery, the Memorial Necropole Ecumenica in Santos, which is an astounding 32 stories high.
While the idea may seem odd or even alarming, high-rise cemeteries could be the way of the future, as burial grounds become more and more crowded across the world. “The source of all this is that there is simply no room,” Tuvia Sagiv, an architect who specializes in dense burial design, told AP. “If we have already agreed to live one on top of the other, then we can die one on top of the other.”
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