I was asking for a #RAIN, and the clouds gave me one. This will always be the best gift. Happy Nameday to me!#raindrops

 Whew! The long wait is over, roasted baby potatoes here i coooommmmee!! 🍴😆

Whew! The long wait is over, roasted baby potatoes here i coooommmmee!! 🍴😆

 teachingliteracy:

banana-cupcake-harry:
Books & Cupcakes Awesome August Photo Challenge
Day 3.: Your Bookshelf

teachingliteracy:

banana-cupcake-harry:

Books & Cupcakes Awesome August Photo Challenge

Day 3.: Your Bookshelf

 aros:

Light-filled historic home transformed in Birmingham

lolthefunniest:

thefaultsinourstarkids:

rebelaway:

castiel-counts-deans-freckles:

carolineflickerman:

WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD MAKE THIS PHOTOSET

DO YOU ENJOY THE TEARS YOU’RE MAKING PEOPLE SHED NOW

DO YOU

Dobby only wishes to keep Harry Potter safe. 

i fucking will end all of you 

I don’t need this kind of stress in my life

This is not ok

(Source: queenmerbabe)

instagram:

On the Fringes of London’s Street Style with Damien Frost

To see more photos of the characters Damien captures, follow @harmonyhalo on Instagram.

“I’m often attracted to the more flamboyantly dressed—people living their own opera and acting out their theater on the street.”

Damien Frost (@harmonyhalo) is an Australian graphic designer who lives in London, where he makes posters for ballet and opera houses. Though self-described as reserved and conservatively dressed, Damien is drawn to the eccentric. Every day after work, he searches the city—sometimes for hours—until he has a “random encounter” that produces a portrait of a stranger’s creative style.

“I’m attracted to people on the fringes, whether that be on the fringe of fashion or gender or just what is considered mainstream,” Damien says, “but sometimes it might just be a little subtle touch, a flower in the hair, nice makeup or just a general style that the person seems to be inhabiting very well.”

greysonchance:

THRILLA IN MANILA

macrolit:

The Awakening, Kate Chopin

bibliolectors:

Men readers / Lectores (ilustración de Robin Faye Gates)

The first draft is just you telling yourself the story.
— Terry Pratchett (via cleverhelp)