For the love of life.

Hey there and welcome to my little blog world. My name is G Marsh. I am 21 and I attend college for Visual FX. Love my girlfriend Amber :3 <3 I am actually interested in Graphic Design, Media Arts and Interior Design as well. I am a well rounded guy. Kind of geeky in a way. I am also very artistic. I love video games and going outdoors. I am quite the gamer ^_^ Travel is also something I love doing. I read a lot of novels and encyclopedias. I smile a lot and I love being positive and making people laugh. I love life and love to live and I have come to realize that sometimes the most beautiful hearts are those hidden in darkness. We should chat sometime. Leave something awesome in my ask. I always respond back :D I love being social! Oh and if I follow you I am not expecting for you to follow back :D I do it because I really like your blog :) anyway this conceded rant will end here. Enjoy your day ^___^!!!

Music: Hard Rock, Rock, Metal, Screamo, Techno, Dubstep, Electronica, 80's, Orchestra

Movies: Zombie, Horror, Gore, Thriller, Mystery, Action, Love, Romance, Drama, Comedy

Top 5 bands: Devil Wears Prada, Disturbed, August Burns Red, Dance Gavin Dance, All That Remains

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http://ambercandigit.tumblr.com/
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Posts I Like
Posts tagged "mint"

in-my-mouth:

Mint Chocolate Layer Cake

mmmchocolate:

Milk chocolate cupcakes with fresh mint frosting | Click for recipe.

lovelylovelyfood:

Lemonade and Mint Iced Tea

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gastrogirl:

mint chocolate chip creamsicle.

hellyeahrecipes:

Cucumber Lime Mint Agua Fresca

  • 1 lb of cucumbers (about 2 good sized cucumbers), ends trimmed, but peel still on, coarsely chopped
  • 1/2 cup lime juice from fresh limes (from about 1 pound of limes, or 5 to 10 limes, depending on how juicy they are)
  • 1 1/4 cup packed (spearmint) mint leaves (about a large handful), woody stems removed
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • Approximately 1 1/4 cup of water
  1. Put ingredients in blender, add enough water to fill 3/4 of blender. Hold the lid on the blender and purée until smooth. Place a fine mesh sieve over a bowl and pour the purée through it, pressing against the sieve with a rubber spatula or the back of a spoon to extract as much liquid out as possible.
  2. Fill a large pitcher halfway with ice cubes. Add the juice. Serve with sprigs of mint and slices of lime.

lovelylovelyfood:

Grilled Beef Salad with Chilis, Cilantro, Mint, and Cucumbers 

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