Hasn’t anyone written poems to the wind?
—Katherine Mansfield, “The Wind Blows” (via ablogwithaview)
can we just talk about the biggest plot twist in doctor who history
Can we talk about how I’m still not over this plot twist.
you can see the realization in the doctor and martha’s eyes as they’re smiling and it dawns on them that Jack is going to become a giant face
Just one line and I lost my shit.
NO WAY. WHAT?!
“I mean, what if love isn’t a yes-or-no question?
It’s not either you’re in love or you’re not. I mean, aren’t there different levels? And maybe these things, like words and expectations and whatever, don’t go on top of the love.
Maybe it’s like a map, and they all have their own place, and then when you see it from the sky - Whoa.”
― Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares
The following is an excerpt from How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters: Fight Back When Monsters and Mother Nature Attack [Three Rivers Press, $14.99]:
According to legend, the first Basilisk hatched from a serpent egg by a male…
One does not question miracles, or complain that they are not constructed perfectly to one’s liking.
—Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Princess