1. Smitten

    (Source: oamul, via unicornology)


  2. "My mission, should I choose to accept it, is to find peace with exactly who and what I am. To take pride in my thoughts, my appearance, my talents, my flaws and to stop this incessant worrying that I can’t be loved as I am."
    — Anais Nin (via mourningmelody)

    (via justbesplendid)

  3. arsvitaest:

    Paul Coghlin, Inquisitive Fawn, 2004

    (via bibidebabideboo)

  4. nevver:

    Istanbul, Pejac


  5. slasherstudios:

    I need $85 to buy this sweater… #gizmo #gremlins

  6. thanks Dagney

  7. crochetmelovely:

    Icelandic Ram Yarn Bomb.

    Yarn bomb

    (via bibidebabideboo)

  9. theswinginsixties:

    Sonny and Cher

    (via wamato)


  10. Adjectives Ruin Novels | Michael Mander


    This brief, informative essay exists to invariably demonstrate to the intelligent, engrossed reader that the excessive use of complex adjectives can ruin an otherwise brilliant piece. 
    Imagine a piece of writing as a cake recipe. Nouns (, pronouns) and verbs are they key ingredients - like flour and egg. You can’t have a story (or even a sentence) without nouns and verbs. Determiners are also essential - like butter. They bind a piece of writing together and add clarity. 
    Prepositions and conjunctions are like baking powder. You put a little bit in at the end to make everything easier. 
    Adjectives and adverbs are like sprinkles on top. Except, in this instance, the sprinkles taste artificial and you always choke on them. 
    Adjectives and adverbs are superfluous (and, yes, I understand the irony in saying that). As such, I propose three rules to ensure they are only used when absolutely necessary:

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