"I dream. Sometimes I think that’s the only right thing to do."

bold what applies to you: tumblr edition

  • I am in one fandom
  • I am in more than one fandom
  • I am not in any fandoms
  • I have less than 1,000 posts
  • I have 1,000-10,000 posts
  • I have 10,000-25,000 posts
  • I have 25,000-50,000 posts
  • I have 50,000+ posts
  • I have edited the html of my theme
  • I am using a default theme from the theme garden
  • I am following less than 100 blogs
  • I am following 100-500 blogs
  • I am following 500+ blogs
  • I have no tracked tags
  • I have less than 10 tracked tags
  • I have 10+ tracked tags 
  • I have no saved urls
  • I have less than 10 saved urls
  • I have 10-50 saved urls
  • I have 50+ saved urls
  • I have liked less than 100 posts
  • I have liked 100-1,000 posts
  • I have liked 1,000-10,000 posts
  • I have liked 10,000-50,000 posts
  • I have liked 50,000+ posts
  • I made my own icon
  • I have no drafts
  • I have less than 10 drafts
  • I have 10-50 drafts
  • I have 50+ drafts
  • I have no posts in my queue
  • I have less than 100 posts in my queue
  • I have 100-500 posts in my queue
  • I have 500+ posts in my queue (only goes to 300..)
  • I have 0-1,000+ followers
  • I have 2,000-5,000 followers
  • I have 5,000-10,000 followers
  • I have 10,000+ followers
  • I use xkit
  • I use another tumblr extension
  • I have no messages in my inbox
  • I have less than 100 messages in my inbox
  • I have 100-1,000 messages in my inbox
  • I have 1,000-5,000 messages in my inbox
  • I have 5,000+ messages in my inbox
  • I have 1 blog
  • I have 2-5 blogs
  • I have 5+ blogs

(Source: triwizarded, via seabois)

anttliae:

Sylvia Plath feeding deer in Ontario, Canada, 1959
"If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose, spring would lose its loveliness."

Untitled 1, Garden - by Mike Perry 
"I miss what I’ve never had."
prettycolors:

#ccdbce

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."
inky-feathers:

Gold hill, Shaftesbury. (by Dorsett Studios)

The passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.
The exhibition probes overlooked works to reveal not only the darkness and despair of his troubled existence, but also his cruelty towards his wife. Carpeaux, who was plagued by serious physical maladies and violent mood swings throughout his life, was only 48 when he died. Despite this, he was extraordinarily productive, accomplishing a vast body of work sustained at the highest level of quality. 
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