you're seared onto my hearts.
It’s been about a year (tomorrow) since I saw Taylor live in an actual full length concert 😄 best night of my life.

It’s been about a year (tomorrow) since I saw Taylor live in an actual full length concert 😄 best night of my life.


reading a foreign language: yeah
writing in a foreign language: ok
listening to a foreign language: wait
speaking in a foreign language: frick

I don’t know why his voice reaches me when no one else’s can –Mockingjay, chapter 23





some muggleborn like “i want to be an astronaut when i grow up!”

wizard kids like “wtf is an astronaut”

"oh you know…the people who go to the moon"














Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair


this man has gone too far


Where does Marvel FIND these people?

Imagine - Chris Pratt and Jeremy Renner show up to your door the night of prom and your parents are like WHY DO YOU HAVE TWO DATES AND WHY ARE THEY SO BIG AND BEEFY AND INTIMIDATING but Chris is just like “Nah I’m hair” and Jeremy raises his hand and says “And I’m makeup”

surprisingly well done

If this doesn’t result in an AU where Hawkeye and Star-Lord decide to retire and open a salon together, I don’t know what we’re all doing with our lives.


Dear Mr. Hank and John Green,

    I just wanted to say you guys have most definitely helped me get through this hard time in my life. My mom passed away about a month ago, and ever since then it has been an ongoing struggle. I saw TFIOS about two weeks after she died, and a couple days after the funeral. I was sobbing throughout the whole entire thing. The casket. The funeral. It just felt so real, and I could connect with the film and book on such a deeper level than I used to. I could feel Hazel’s pain, and the rawness of her emotions.

     My mom never could say the title right. I went to the Demand Our Stars night when you were in Nashville, and that was by far one of my favorite memories. I also won a poster from Mix 92.9 w/ you and the casts’ autographs. That day I won the poster, my mom was right beside me, hugging me tightly. She was so excited, I was crying and shaking on the phone. She went and got the poster for me. She was the kind of mom who would go to the ends of the earth for you. I was lucky enough she let me go the TFIOS event in Nashville! She cared so much about seeing her 4 kids happy.

    Your vlogbrother videos often make me laugh, help me learn, and decrease world suck. I think you’d like to know, too, my mom taught blind kids at our state’s School for the Blind. I showed her Crash Course Biology, and she loved it so much, she thought it was great.

    And like An Imperial Affliction, life just ends abruptly, you never know if you will get to finish your sentence. She never did. She mumbled as the machines tried to bring her back to life as she was carried out on a stretcher, but never again would I hear her form an actual sentence again.

    I’ve learned that when there’s death, there is still life. And when there is life, there is still death. Hazel And Gus were never people. All I have is words on paper about them, but that doesn’t make them any less important to me. My mom lives in my memories now, as well as my pictures, videos, texts, etc. I know you’ve never met her, and you’ve never met me, but I feel like reaching out to those who affected me which also affected her gives me some sort of closure.

    I know you’re both busy with VidCon right now, and I don’t know if you’ll ever actually read this, but I just thought I’d tell you how deeply emotionally attached I am to TFIOS. There are lots of things I learned I wouldn’t trade for anything. Being surrounded by the Nerdfighter community is definitely reassuring and I’m so thankful for it. I hope I can live out a life as rad as my mom’s, and as successful as yours.



B O O K  F O U R : B A L A N C E
B O O K  F O U R : B A L A N C E


Remember the “cue from a scene from an episode from a season” thing that Jeremy Zuckerman released? Yeah, imagine that being from the scene where Korra decides to cut her hair. In the beginning she’s just lying in her bed thinking and then sits up and then 0:23 is where she gets a determined face and she gets out of bed and starts slowly limping to the mirror and gets scissors and then at 0:44 is when she actually does it and the music lightens and gets all happy and I’m not crying, you’re crying.

Anonymous whispered:
So how are you doing? And answer honesty.

I am just going, honestly. I really don’t know how to explain it. The meals aren’t the same, we don’t have any of the same food she used to cook because my dad doesn’t have the time. I get all excited when her van is still in the driveway because that used to mean ‘oh mom’s home early’ when I got back from school, but now it never leaves the driveway. I miss hearing stories about her students, I miss her helping me in science. I miss her goodnight hugs and her warm nice breakfasts. We’re singing this piece in choir called “Illi Illi Tulog Anay” and it’s a lullaby to calm a baby, reassuring the baby that the mom has only gone for a while and she will come back, but this was sung in a country where it was dangerous just to walk out the door. My student teacher in choir started talking about it, and that’s basically how I feel. I keep waiting for her to come back, I keep waiting to hear her voice again, see another post on Facebook, see her cell number or work number again on the phone. Her garden is full of vegetable that only she loved and we pull weeds and tend to it almost every weekend. I will never get over it. And I don’t know how to handle it, I don’t know how to talk about it. I don’t know if people are tired of hearing about it. School is so stressful and I keep feeling on the edge about everything and because of the new schedule my grades aren’t as good as they used to be and I just. I totally have some good things going on but these thoughts are constantly within me… so yeah


when you’re at a new friend’s house and u too shy to ask for foodimage


i wish someone loved me as much as joe trohman loves his dog (x)


It was a moment Anthony Carbajal will never forget: standing on the stage of one of TV’s most popular talk shows, fighting for a cause that touches him and his family profoundly. All while his mom looked proudly on.

Watch Anthony and Ellen do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and see the full interview here.

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