I'll mainly be posting about writing, but I often put music up as well.
In the summer, there will be posts about camp.
+always and forever accepting writing prompts+

Fandom related/personal posts will be tagged as "the diary of a fangirl"
All of my writing is tagged as "prose"
Anything to do with the camp will be under camp life"
And music is rather creatively always tagged under "music."
plays

teamfreekickass:

For anyone who has ever been made fun of for how they speak

It's Time to Run Juliet | Imagine Dragons

joesmugg:

the-afterword:

It’s Time to Run Juliet - Imagine Dragons + We The Kings

THE LYRICS START AND YOUR MIND IS BLOWN

THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER LAID MY EARS UPON

(Source: colferfink)

Mr. Brightside | Vitamin String Quartet

black-battler:

The Killer’s Mr. Brightside entirely in strings.

image

(Source: polterghast)



Hyperborea series, 2011 Saint Petersburg, Russia
Anton Ginzburg, 2011

Hyperborea series, 2011
Saint Petersburg, Russia

Anton Ginzburg, 2011
Is Your Love Big Enough? | Lianne la Havas

Song of the Day: Is Your Love Big Enough? by Lianne la Havas

(Source: rencrown)

plays

jackfrostciicle:

nokki1:

For the Dancing and the Dreaming (HTTYD2) - Erutan

Just listen to this fantastically amazing cover! *O*

this is going to be my wedding song, its non-negotiable 

ireallyhatecornnuts:

I’ve got 99 problems and my inability to self motivate is causing every single one of them.

(Source: kate-wisehart)

endourse:

do you ever meet someone and you’re like wow I could write a book about you

(Source: 97chainz)

Tōrō nagashi (灯籠流し Tōrō = lantern / nagashi = cruise, flow) is a Japanese ceremony in which participants float paper lanterns down a river. This is primarily done on the last evening of the Bon Festival, festival based on the belief that this guides the spirits of the departed back to the other world. The white lanterns are for those who have died in the past year. Traditional Japanese beliefs state that humans come from water, so the lanterns represent their bodies returning to water.

(Source: sucricedicius)