October 1, 2014
loveinthetimeof-globalwarming:

Is that Love in the Time of Global Warming in paperback??

Why yes, yes it is =)

loveinthetimeof-globalwarming:

Is that Love in the Time of Global Warming in paperback??

Why yes, yes it is =)

(Source: guiding-light, via francescaliablockfans)

October 1, 2014
moringmark:

Let’s go home bro bro.

<3

moringmark:

Let’s go home bro bro.

<3

October 1, 2014

grimfairytales:

“Stone circles were common enough everywhere in the mountains. Druids built them as weather computers and since it was always cheaper to build a new 33-MegaLith circle than to upgrade an old slow one there were generally plenty of ancient ones around.”

Terry Pratchett  -   “Lords and Ladies”

October 1, 2014

(Source: hobbitofunseenhogwarts)

October 1, 2014

“Granny had never had much time for words. They were so insubstantial. Now she wished that she had found the time. Words were indeed insubstantial. They were as soft as water, but they were also as powerful as water and now they were rushing over the audience, eroding the levees of veracity, and carrying away the past.”

Granny had never had much time for words. They were so insubstantial. Now she wished that she had found the time. Words were indeed insubstantial. They were as soft as water, but they were also as powerful as water and now they were rushing over the audience, eroding the levees of veracity, and carrying away the past.”

(Source: scenesofadisc)

October 1, 2014

mzenun:

sHE EVEN GLANCES DOWN

October 1, 2014
"For me, living was that, being there with them, but they didn’t understand. They told me I wasn’t active enough. Not that they were exactly action heroes but they sometimes went to political protests; I didn’t like the crowds. Noey took tae kwon do and Moira rode horses and surfed. I was weak and awkward, barely passing PE most years. Noey took photographs of Moira she called “girlist,” partial body shots of long legs in torn stockings and violently high, toe-crushing shoes, torsos in bathtubs with rose petals that looked like blood, hands squeezing a tiny roll of belly fat, eyes dripping mascara. The pictures made a statement about our female dissatisfaction. My reading and studying and retellings of old stories didn’t do anything except help me think better. I was at least thoughtful. Too thoughtful, my friends said. And all I thought about was myths and old paintings that made me feel drunk on wine or struck by lightning but didn’t matter to most people."

— Penelope, Love in the time of Global Warming (via optimisticduelist)

October 1, 2014
"I wanted to be heroic and I pretended I was."

— Elizabeth Wein, Code Name Verity (page 3)

(Source: ladyofthehunt)

October 1, 2014
gravityfallsnews:

Don’t miss Sock Opera, tonight at 9PM on Disney XD!

gravityfallsnews:

Don’t miss Sock Opera, tonight at 9PM on Disney XD!

October 1, 2014