blessed wild apple girl

'Pon a hill a green bird sat
Her owlets in a green felt hat
Her fortune was a wish.
61 | 1.9.2013 | 1 year ago


257 | 1.9.2013 | 1 year ago


84 | 1.9.2013 | 1 year ago


41 | 1.9.2013 | 1 year ago


774 | 1.9.2013 | 1 year ago


180459 | 1.9.2013 | 1 year ago


markula:

millennium-lily:

And that’s the most frustrating thing about depression. It isn’t always something you can fight back against with hope. It isn’t even something — it’s nothing. And you can’t combat nothing. You can’t fill it up. You can’t cover it. It’s just there, pulling the meaning out of everything. That being the case, all the hopeful, proactive solutions start to sound completely insane in contrast to the scope of the problem.

It would be like having a bunch of dead fish, but no one around you will acknowledge that the fish are dead. Instead, they offer to help you look for the fish or try to help you figure out why they disappeared.
(x)

This is actually a really good way to explain it, I think.

I WILL NEVER NOT REBLOG THIS

(Source: iamcode, via shadyoaks)

14439 | 1.9.2013 | 1 year ago


(via rosebiar)

4993 | 4.8.2013 | 1 year ago


I think it would be nice to be able to wear extravagant hats, and gloves, and all these extravagant clothes and not be on the street and not be mocked for it or questioned why… If you wear a fantastic hat during the day in the street people say ‘where are you going? why are you dressed like that?’ and it’s maybe the most annoying question in the world. Why do we have to have a reason to dress up or to be glamorous or to have fun? Why do we have to have a reason for it? I hate it when people ask me why. Why not?
Dita Von Tesse (via linanista)

(Source: quote-book, via shadyoaks)

5581 | 15.7.2013 | 1 year ago


8600 | 15.7.2013 | 1 year ago


96600 | 12.7.2013 | 1 year ago


rainwood:

Indigenous people of Brazil trying to prevent their eviction from an old indigenous museum which they have been living in for the past 7 years.

On March 22nd all of the inhabitants and their supporters were forcibly removed or arrested.

The building is being destroyed to make a parking lot :(

14101 | 6.6.2013 | 1 year ago


rootsgrowdeeper:

nativeofthenorthpole:

i cried at the first one. 

I’m sorry Lyser. It will be okay. 

rootsgrowdeeper:

nativeofthenorthpole:

i cried at the first one. 

I’m sorry Lyser. It will be okay. 

(Source: dissociate-disengage, via thebeldam)

282 | 30.5.2013 | 1 year ago


c4ss:

NEW LAWS WOULD MAKE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTEST “TERRORISM”
Most people have heard of tree-sitting—a tactic environmentalists use to prevent old-growth trees from being cut down and whole forests decimated. In its heyday, in the late 1990s and early 2000s, members of groups like Earth First! climbed 100-foot-tall Redwoods and stayed there to save them. Beginning in 1997, one woman in Humboldt, California, named her tree Luna and stayed in it for two years, until enough money could be raised to prevent it from being axed. In 1998, in a Northern California old-growth forest, another treesitter named David Gypsy Chain was “accidentally” killed when loggers felled a tree that came crashing into the protester. He died instantly of massive head trauma.
This style of protest was also hugely successful—that is, until a series of arrests in 2005 against radical environmentalists who were labeled “terrorists.” It scared the shit out of the environmental-activist community, and folks started drifting away. …

c4ss:

NEW LAWS WOULD MAKE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTEST “TERRORISM”

Most people have heard of tree-sitting—a tactic environmentalists use to prevent old-growth trees from being cut down and whole forests decimated. In its heyday, in the late 1990s and early 2000s, members of groups like Earth First! climbed 100-foot-tall Redwoods and stayed there to save them. Beginning in 1997, one woman in Humboldt, California, named her tree Luna and stayed in it for two years, until enough money could be raised to prevent it from being axed. In 1998, in a Northern California old-growth forest, another treesitter named David Gypsy Chain was “accidentally” killed when loggers felled a tree that came crashing into the protester. He died instantly of massive head trauma.

This style of protest was also hugely successful—that is, until a series of arrests in 2005 against radical environmentalists who were labeled “terrorists.” It scared the shit out of the environmental-activist community, and folks started drifting away. …

(via thebeldam)

294 | 30.5.2013 | 1 year ago


the-garden-of-delights:

“Jewells” by Thomas Edwin Mostyn (1864-1930).

the-garden-of-delights:

“Jewells” by Thomas Edwin Mostyn (1864-1930).

(via twilightgardengate-deactivated2)

515 | 30.5.2013 | 1 year ago


ihavelotsofdogs:

Finn. by rob.brob on Flickr.