Track: Lothlorien
Artist: The Lord Of The Rings
Album: The Fellowship of the Ring

If heaven were to have a theme song, this would be it. Especially at 1:14.



Captain America’s shields


I didn’t know I was looking for anything until I saw you.

– Sylvia Day, Reflected in You  (via housewifeswag)







Vintage View: detail of a classic pale pink embroidered gown with layers of luxurious draped fabric being adjusted in the atelier of Christian Dior, 1957.


At the beginning of A Game of Thrones, Sansa is a young, lovelorn girl fawning over Prince Joffrey. She believes in the social contract. Moreover, she wants to be a princess. As the narrative progresses, she finds her dreams dashed by increasingly horrifying circumstance and becomes trapped in a system she must learn to manipulate quickly in order to survive.

However, despite Sansa starting from a place of such naiveté and immaturity giving her room to grow into one of the more interesting characters in the series, she more often is shit on, because teenage girls with teenage girl-emotions are for shitting on. God forbid young girl characters start from a place of immaturity (in this case, falling in love with the first guy she sees) and then growing from there. Oh, no, they must spring forth from the thigh of Zeus, fully formed Strong Independent Women, guns blazing and kung fu fighting!

Lindsay Ellis, “The problem with “The problem with False Feminism” – a Strongly Worded Rebuttal” (via returntothestars)

i’m sure i’ve reblogged this already, but have it again

(via strawberreli)



The Musketeers - 1x04 "The Good Soldier"

Just because I liked something at one point in time doesn’t mean I’ll always like it, or that I have to go on liking it at all points in time as an unthinking act of loyalty to who I am as a person, based solely on who I was as a person. To be loyal to myself is to allow myself to grow and change, and challenge who I am and what I think. The only thing I am for sure is unsure, and this means I’m growing, and not stagnant or shrinking

Jarod KintzAt even one penny, this book would be overpriced. In fact, free is too expensive, because you’d still waste time by reading it.  (via nevoare)




Colours in The Fall: Energy, balance, enthusiasm, warmth, vibrant, expansive, flamboyant, demanding of attention.