teachingliteracy:

books are life (by silmiller91)

teachingliteracy:

books are life (by silmiller91)

portlandcoffee:

Will you climb mountains with me?

portlandcoffee:

Will you climb mountains with me?

(Source: 1000drawings, via freedomoftheforest)

theclotheshorse:

street style photographed by FaceHunter

theclotheshorse:

street style photographed by FaceHunter

virnnich:

This is my first thought when I was listening to George Ezra

virnnich:

This is my first thought when I was listening to George Ezra

vintagegal:

Girls’ Romances #152, October 1970

vintagegal:

Girls’ Romances #152, October 1970

worldoflis:

girldwarf:

Deconstructing Masculinity & Manhood with Michael Kimmel @ Dartmouth College

YAAAAEEESSSSSSS

You know what I like, and feel is so important? That he doesn’t say “Men thinks those are THEIR positions”. He says “We think those are OUR positions.”

As a male feminist, he still doesn’t exclude himself from the group of men.

(Source: exgynocraticgrrl, via thesimslivinlarge)

girlsinspo:

wow

girlsinspo:

wow

(Source: lacooletchic, via welcometofaerieland)

stuporego:

Fuck

stuporego:

Fuck

(Source: fearofgod)

therefined:

“Because sending a letter is the next best thing to showing up personally at someone’s door. Ink from your pen touches the stationary, your fingers touch the paper, your saliva seals the envelope, your scent graces the paper. Something tangible from your world travels through machines and hands, and deposits itself in another’s mailbox; their world. Your letter is then carried inside as an invited guest. The paper that was sitting on your desk, now sits on another’s. The recipient handles the paper that you handled. Letters create a connection that modern and impersonal forms of communication will never replace.”

therefined:

“Because sending a letter is the next best thing to showing up personally at someone’s door. Ink from your pen touches the stationary, your fingers touch the paper, your saliva seals the envelope, your scent graces the paper. Something tangible from your world travels through machines and hands, and deposits itself in another’s mailbox; their world. Your letter is then carried inside as an invited guest. The paper that was sitting on your desk, now sits on another’s. The recipient handles the paper that you handled. Letters create a connection that modern and impersonal forms of communication will never replace.”

(via amongstwoodedpaths)

(Source: maddierose, via hawaiian--punch)