randomrazl:

crrocs:

What if everyone’s parents start getting tumblr like they did with Facebook

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jaclcfrost:

[strums guitar] this next song is dedicated to you. it is called You Are So Cute & I Am So Mad. because you are very cute. and i am very mad about it

marauders4evr:

simplypotterheads:

Margery Mason, known to fans as the Food Trolley Witch, passed away on January 26, 2014 at age 100. 
Mason had a long and diverse career, which began in 1927 when she was just 17 years old. She performed for troops during World War II, before getting her big break in the series Talking To A Stranger alongside Dame Judy Dench in 1966. A talented Shakespearean actress, Mason was also the former artistic director of Repertory Theater in Bangor, Northern Ireland.
She continued acting until 2012, making her one of the longest-serving actresses in history. Her talent and contribution to the acting world will be missed.

marauders4evr:

simplypotterheads:

Margery Mason, known to fans as the Food Trolley Witch, passed away on January 26, 2014 at age 100. 

Mason had a long and diverse career, which began in 1927 when she was just 17 years old. She performed for troops during World War II, before getting her big break in the series Talking To A Stranger alongside Dame Judy Dench in 1966. A talented Shakespearean actress, Mason was also the former artistic director of Repertory Theater in Bangor, Northern Ireland.

She continued acting until 2012, making her one of the longest-serving actresses in history. Her talent and contribution to the acting world will be missed.


Even as he's sleeping, his heart beats keep me breathing.
Even as he's sleeping, his heart beats keep me breathing.

olivide:

If you say “nevermind” to me I will actually worry about it for the rest of my life

amandaonwriting:

Bookshelves in Arizona
alstor:

dekarichan:

it never ends

My whole life in a gif.

alstor:

dekarichan:

it never ends

My whole life in a gif.

averypottermormon:

clannyphantom:

What doesn’t kill me should’ve tried harder

a story by the Winchesters