Bottlerockt

Jael Holmberg: 24 year old somebody from Nashville, TN. Currently residing in Orlando, FL.

Here are some things.

herpassions:

vivalaorgasm:

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

nosleeptilbushwick:

now that’s a tinyhouse i could live in.

this is literally all I want and need in life. this is the best.

Yes

My tiny house dream of perfection. bottlerockt

(Source: tinyhousebuild.com)

aelmai:

I need a girl gang like that…. Who wants to join my girl gang?

(Source: johnthecraftist, via crimealleynights)

up1701steps:

Tips for happiness: If you make a bad choice, remember that the choice you made is still better than whatever Moffat would have written you as doing 

(via couchnap)

Don’t get mad. Don’t get even. Get stronger, faster, and more powerful. Fill yourself with
knowledge and empathy and an indomitable spirit because no one else can do that for you.
In the end, it’s your life, your choice, and your world. Give 110%, always.
— Apollo Anton Ohno (via caffeinated-butterfly)

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This sums up our relationship so well. Me with crazy eyes doing weird things and James scared but participating.
Good morning & merry christmas from us. View high resolution

This sums up our relationship so well. Me with crazy eyes doing weird things and James scared but participating.

Good morning & merry christmas from us.

rogerwilkerson:

Your tree… a symbol of joy or a blazing death torch?


Blazing death torch.It’s what I was going for. View high resolution

rogerwilkerson:

Your tree… a symbol of joy or a blazing death torch?

Blazing death torch.

It’s what I was going for.

(Source: rogerwilkerson, via couchnap)

Cary Grant in Destination Tokyo, 1943.

MEOW

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Cary Grant in Destination Tokyo, 1943.

MEOW

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I am really sad you guys. I was super excited to hear that Disney was making a movie of one of my favorite stories, “The Snow Queen” renamed Frozen, until I saw the commercials.

You see, The Snow Queen/Frozen is supposed to be about a farm girl who strikes out on her own to save her (platonic male) friend. She succeeds by using her own goodness, persistence, intelligence, and strength. Her companion is a knife-wielding robber girl and the character who reveals our protagonists inner strength and tells her she can defeat evil is yet another woman.

How awesome is that? A kick ass farm girl whose virtue is bravery not beauty and risks everything for the love of friendship!

But what do we get? A movie stripped of it’s strong female roles; another pretty princess whose reward is romance. 

I’m sure it’s still going to be entertaining, but what could have been if Disney only believed in women…

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