Tumbleweed thoughts

milisaz:

Because library porn

(Source: maleficent-z, via victoriousvocabulary)

(Source: suddenlycapaldi)

“Writing fiction is the act of weaving a series of lies to arrive at a greater truth.”

—   Khaled Hosseini (via victoriousvocabulary)

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fuckyeahtattoos:

This is my beautiful Howl’s Moving Castle tattoo (many people seem to think it’s Codename: Kids Next Door). It was done by Shaun Flinn of 5-7-0 Tattooing Co. in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. I had it done at the Inked Out NJ Tattoo convention on September 13th, 2013, I can’t explain how much time Shaun dedicated to getting every detail absolutely perfect and every person that came over to the booth had all said how detailed it was. Howl’s Moving Castle means a lot to me, It’s one of my favorite Hayao Miyazaki films and this tattoo came out more than perfect and I couldn’t be happier with it. I plan on adding characters from Miyazaki’s other films also.

Vicki look at this!

fuckyeahtattoos:

This is my beautiful Howl’s Moving Castle tattoo (many people seem to think it’s Codename: Kids Next Door). It was done by Shaun Flinn of 5-7-0 Tattooing Co. in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. I had it done at the Inked Out NJ Tattoo convention on September 13th, 2013, I can’t explain how much time Shaun dedicated to getting every detail absolutely perfect and every person that came over to the booth had all said how detailed it was. Howl’s Moving Castle means a lot to me, It’s one of my favorite Hayao Miyazaki films and this tattoo came out more than perfect and I couldn’t be happier with it. I plan on adding characters from Miyazaki’s other films also.

Vicki look at this!

victoriousvocabulary:

APONIA
[noun]
1. the absence of pain; freedom from pain.
2. the absence of pain considered as a state of spiritual serenity.
Etymology: Ancient Greek ἀπονία, aponía, “without suffering”.
[Nitai Baruch]

victoriousvocabulary:

APONIA

[noun]

1. the absence of pain; freedom from pain.

2. the absence of pain considered as a state of spiritual serenity.

Etymology: Ancient Greek ἀπονίαaponía, “without suffering”.

[Nitai Baruch]

brynn-the-raven:

Perfection