Teacher. Environmentalist. Nerd. Writer. Volunteer. Dabbler.

You know what’s wrong with saying something like this?

"You’ve never had a boyfriend?  But you’re so great!  Anyone would want to date you!"  

Because I will spend 2-3 years of my life loving a guy thinking that one day he’ll just come around and love me back.

Because I’m awesome.

But apparently not awesome enough for anyone to want to date me.

Let’s encourage while being realistic, y’all.

xxairo:

"Going Home".
I can’t stop thinking about Dr Who.
I think I need help.

xxairo:

"Going Home".

I can’t stop thinking about Dr Who.

I think I need help.

(via doctorwho)

This movie is dumb, but Dylan.  And glasses.

raxenne:

Happy birthday, Harry Potter!

To celebrate Harry’s birthday (and my undying love for the series), I made my own covers! I created patterns (Thanks for the inspiration Scandinavia!) using a significant object from each book. I used those in the movies as reference and digitally painted them. You can view the whole project here! :)

(It’s already July 31 here in the Philippines. Haha.)

(via ireadbookslikeyouwearmakeup)

us-the-teens:

im following anyone that reblogs this.
no, you don’t have to be following me and yes i will really follow you.
doing this as an experiment then deleting this post at the end of summer.
Hoping to be following over 10,000 blogs by the end of august :)

us-the-teens:

im following anyone that reblogs this.

no, you don’t have to be following me and yes i will really follow you.

doing this as an experiment then deleting this post at the end of summer.

Hoping to be following over 10,000 blogs by the end of august :)

(via its-davison-oclock-somewhere)

animate-mush:

loriendesse:

middle-earth meme: [1/3 speeches] Sam’s speech

I usually don’t do this, but today I’m gonna be that jerk.  Because while this is a very pretty speech, it is not how Sam talks, and it is not how Sam thinks.  Here is the speech as it appears in the book:

"The brave things in the old tales and songs, Mr. Frodo: adventures, as I used to call them.  I used to think that they were things the wonderful folk of the stories went out and looked for, because they wanted them, because they were exciting and life was a bit dull, a kind of a sport, as you might say.  But that’s not the way of it, with the tales that really mattered, or the ones that stay in the mind.  Folk seem to have been just landed in them, usually —- their paths were laid that way, as you put it.  But I expect they had lots of chances, like us, of turning back, only they didn’t.  And if they had, we shouldn’t know, because they’d have been forgotten.  We hear about those as just went on —- and not all to a good end, mind you; at least not to what folk inside a story and not outside it call a good end.  You know, coming home, finding things all right, though not quite the same —- like old Mr. Bilbo.  But those aren’t always the best tales to hear, though they may be the best tales to get landed in!  I wonder what sort of a tale we’ve fallen into?"