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angievonasgard:

I laid out the cabin today. It’s gonna have an easterly view. You should see the light that we get here. When the sun comes from behind those mountains… It’s almost heavenly. It reminds me of you.

angievonasgard:

I laid out the cabin today. It’s gonna have an easterly view. You should see the light that we get here. When the sun comes from behind those mountains… It’s almost heavenly. It reminds me of you.

#SensualAugust →

katiehoughton:

So as some of you may know this summer I’m going to be visiting Shannon! Aaaaand we made a blog to kind of…document everything. It won’t really be posting much now, mostly when it actually happens, but you’re welcome to check it out and follow!

I’m planning all sorts of adventures for when Bee visits this summer. You’re welcome to check this out and take the journey right along with us.

i-tigerlily:

Reminder that this was Russia’s entry last year.

Bring them back, I say.

(Source: alexfisherson)

uneamiedelabc:

I love artpart 44 | Leonid Afremov (Леонид Афремов)

“Girl has major skills; that’s nothing new. I would just like to reaffirm how talented Stana is, especially in this episode. Throughout the finale, she plays stoic, emotional, badass and the list goes on. She has a number of emotional scenes, but one key interrogation scene stands out for me. She’s definitely the driving force of this episode.” (x)

(Source: stanacatic)

To love a TV show is to know one of two things: Either it will eventually leave you, or you will eventually leave it. There’s no middle ground for the committed. Once you’re in, you’re in, and you’re going to be in until the thing is canceled or until you lose interest because you’ve either figured out all of the show’s tricks or it’s just not the same anymore. That show you loved more than anything? It will eventually feel sort of old and pointless to you after a while, and you’ll have moved on to some new thing that feels fresher but will inevitably disappoint you somewhere down the line. And so it goes. You’ll someday remember that show you loved with such intensity—it will probably be off the air by this point—and you’ll wonder idly why they don’t make ’em like that anymore. The answer is because you’re not who you were anymore, and you can’t fall for a show like that because you’re no longer the same person.

Todd VanDerWerff (The A.V. Club)