do you ever zone out and your body does all the work for you and then you come back to reality like in the shower or driving like did i just miss the last 20 mins was i stuck in my own head for that long
“I felt like crying but nothing came out. it was just a sort of sad sickness, sick sad, when you can’t feel any worse. I think you know it. I think everybody knows it now and then. but I think I have known it pretty often, too often.”
—Charles Bukowski, Tales of Ordinary Madness (via alecwiens)
“I admire anybody who has the guts to write anything at all.”
—E.B. White (via journaling-junkie)
when you talk about politics with a friend and you don’t know his/her views
→ Ride for ruin and the world’s ending
#always always always reblog#the charge of the rohirrim#pelennor fields#this moment#this one#and the slaying of the witch king#without Eowyn’s despair#without Theoden’s desperation to take his place honored in the halls of his ancestors#without Eomer’s reckless abandon when he thinks his sister is dead#without the flaws#the courage#but especially without the HUMANITY of these people#Gondor would’ve fallen#and no one would’ve been there to draw the eye of Sauron at the critical moment#all would’ve been lost to darkness#plus also the rohirrim are my fave
No other scene conveyed what the book did so well. Is also the single most epic moment in the series.
(This hands down is the most powerful scene/part of the LOTRs series.)
Swinging with Hazel and Gus.
this is the cutest thing I have ever seen.
How cool would that be though, to write characters in your head but then actually be able to play with then. Like real people who embody those people you fell in love with in your head. I would love that so much.
“When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are.”
—Donald Miller (via observando)
“A book is a door, you know. Always and forever. A book is a door into another place and another heart and another world.”
—Catherynne M. Valente, The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There. (via falling-inlove-with-books)
“I can turn you into poetry, but I cannot make you love me.”
—weatheredwritings (via weatheredwritings)