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{June 16, 2011}   It’s a Newborn Geocache!

I’ve been geocaching for a few years now. Managed to find them in all sorts of different countries, France, Germany, and Cuba included.

Quick lesson: Geocaches are small containers hidden all over the world, found by following GSP coordinates. The finder writes their name, date, and trades an item if there is enough room. More found here at Geocaching.com

A few weeks ago I put together a newborn geocache of my very own! It’s quite easy to make one, if you want to get in on the fun too!

I used magnets bought from the dollar store, black duck tape, and a mint tin from Starbucks.

After a bit of stretching, wrestling, and pulling the tape off me, I stuck the magnets and tin together.

Then it was just a matter of finding the right fence to hide it at. Near my apartment window, where I can watch people try to be stealthy, Perfect!

Geocaching can take you to places you’ve never been in your own neighborhood.

Clarabelle XOXO



{June 14, 2011}   Summer Science Party

So my friend Steve, is the New Bill Nye the Science Guy, in my book! He just hosted one of the best parties I’ve ever been to. Of course there was beer and wine but best of all there was science and fire involved! First crystal growing…

Then he mixed some cabbage juice with different chemicals including baking soda, Alka-Seltzer, and vinegar.

What sweet Colors! Cowabunga! You can find a similar project here  .

Then the kabang! Fire!

Clarabelle XOXO




It’s been only 3 years since Earth Hour became a global event! This event has so many headliners, it’s almost impossible to sit on the sidelines and watch everyone having fun. In cities all over the world they have turned off the lights and turned to simple delightful fun. From fire dancing and drumming, to more intimate settings featuring soft lit candles, there something for everyone to do during this hour.  We partook in some competitive domino playing, a great way to spend an hour!

 

Check out the snazzy video WWF put together for this year.

 

Clarabelle XOXO



Women should be loved, admired, and our body shapes studied with appreciation. Take this day Ladies, and Love Yourself.

To celebrate, here’s a video that will change the way you think of your body, you are no longer an apple or pear, You are a beautiful painting and amazing piece of artwork.

Thedailywh.at

Clarabelle XOXO

P.S. This is the 100th year celebration! Go ahead, cherish yourself!



{November 19, 2010}   Happy Movember!

Keeping in the spirit of Movember, here are some of my favorite videos in celebration of this great month.

Clarabelle XOXO



{November 13, 2010}   Sexy, Smart, Go Ladies! Go!

This is the power of women. We can pull off sexy, fun, & smart! All these women has been on pro cheer leading teams and are now key players in different scientific industries. Go team science!

Clarabelle XOXO



{November 5, 2010}   Back back to the Future!

I love back to the future and I love cake! So obviously I love this video of the back to the future DeLorean cake.

Check it out!

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Clarabelle XOXO



{October 10, 2010}   Kickass Pole Dancing Ninja

This lady has it all. The moves, the action and great beauty. Check out her ninja pole dancing:

Via: Geekologie

~Gina



Oh Marilyn you’re graceful, classy, and elegant….. And so damn sexy.

In the summer of 1953 Marilyn toured the Canadian rockies while filming River of No Return. During this time she stayed at the Banffs Springs Hotel while letting an injured ankle heal. While there John Vachon from Look magazine took almost 200 photos of her, only 2 were featured in the magazine. Over a 100 of these photos have been featured in the new book, Marilyn August 1953 (published this week!).

Source Theglobeandmail.com

Clarabelle XOXO



{September 9, 2010}   Save the Voice!

This old man gets it!

Clarabelle XOXO



et cetera