thevoicecalledcheesecake: Everyone should just agree one day to wear cloaks, everyone looks important and mysterious when they’re wearing a cloak, who knows what wondrous gadgets they have under there.
theoptimist134: asheathes: Do you ever just re-evaluate your life after reading a really good book and realize how boring life really is I mean we eat and sleep and go to school and work and that’s it. There’s no dragon-slaying, no real adventures, no sense of danger, no fighting for our lives, nothing really exhilarating or anything THIS IS THE REASON THAT I HAVE BEEN DEPRESSED SINCE AGE...
Happenings in my house
Dad: Don't put the new knives in the dishwasher, okay?
Dad: Because you'll blunt them
Brother: Oh, did you hear that laddie, he said we'll blunt the knives!
Me: BLUNT THE KNIVES, BEND THE FORKS
Brother: SMASH THE BOTTLES AND BURN THE CORKS
Dad: ... no
What I should be doing: Homework.
What I wish I was doing: Cuddling up with you in bed watching movies and eating pizza.
What I am doing: Tumblr.
But land abuse cannot brighten the human prospect. There is in fact no...– Wendell Berry (via awelltraveledwoman)
Plot Twist: All exams get cancelled because the government finally realise that they are actually just marking your memory and not your intelligence and teenagers should be experiencing life and having a good time instead of sit revising bollocks they're not going to use in the future
I’m freaking out. I screwed up my run through today, and I have to perform tomorrow and I don’t have all the words perfect and I look like a stupid log because I never know what to do with myself while singing. I can’t go completely into character because I’m a boy in the first aria, and then a gypsy who freely takes lovers in the second aria. I can’t believe how...
I swore to myself I wouldn’t be emotional at the band banquet tonight. I’m so ready to graduate that I figured this banquet wouldn’t affect me. I was so wrong. I have made some of my favorite memories with band. Despite some of them including the worst friends imaginable and my lying, horrible main director, I have come to love parts of band. Particularly the trips to grand...
You have to love dancing to stick to it. It gives you nothing back … nothing but...– Merce Cunningham (via awesomecatalog)
rainydaysinparis: benningtonstudents: A short clip of visiting history professor Stephen Higa demonstrating a Medieval chant in The Lens during his history class “Medieval Virginity,” which is one of the best classes I’ve ever taken. And not just because Stephen has the voice of an angel. Chant by female composer and consecrated virgin Hildegard von Bingen (b.1098-d.1179). -Leah ‘13 ...