Anya Evermore
Finding me
Learning from you
Relying on Him
Anya Evermore
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elsiechapman:

ohhhkay, i said i wasn’t going to scan this, but this pic is too good not to share. the guys in suits! please do not crop watermark or repost. ONE OK ROCK, ongaku to hito august 2014. 
elsiechapman:

ohhhkay, i said i wasn’t going to scan this, but this pic is too good not to share. the guys in suits! please do not crop watermark or repost. ONE OK ROCK, ongaku to hito august 2014. 
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mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)
Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 
牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)
梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)
杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)
木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)
茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)
彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)
海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)
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basementdemo:

my mom told me to put the dog to bed but didn’t specify which bed 
basementdemo:

my mom told me to put the dog to bed but didn’t specify which bed 
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Day 17: Kyoto (by Astro Oscar ||*||)
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