LIST OF FAVOURITE MOVIES:
⤷ The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)

To the glistening eastern sea, I give you Queen Lucy the Valiant. To the great western wood, King Edmund the Just. To the radiant southern sun, Queen Susan the Gentle. And to the clear northern sky, I give you King Peter the Magnificent.



Full disclosure: I’m kind of emotional right now, cause of the breakup, so I’ll probably be watching Dirty Dancing like six or seven times… a day.



Anne went to the little Avonlea graveyard the next evening to put fresh flowers on Matthew’s grave and water the Scotch rosebush. She lingered there until dusk, liking the peace and calm of the little place, with its poplars whose rustle was like low, friendly speech, and its whispering grasses growing at will among the graves. When she finally left it and walked down the long hill that sloped to the Lake of Shining Waters it was past sunset and all Avonlea lay before her in a dreamlike afterlight— “a haunt of ancient peace.” There was a freshness in the air as of a wind that had blown over honey-sweet fields of clover. Home lights twinkled out here and there among the homestead trees. Beyond lay the sea, misty and purple, with its haunting, unceasing murmur. The west was a glory of soft mingled hues, and the pond reflected them all in still softer shadings. The beauty of it all thrilled Anne’s heart, and she gratefully opened the gates of her soul to it.
"Dear old world,"
she murmured, “you are very lovely, and I am glad to be alive in you.”

Anne of Green Gables, chapter 38



I’ve looked into the eye of this island, and what I saw… was beautiful.



Tell me, you go over a man’s house for the first time, do you take off your shoes? Do you put your feet up on his coffee table? Do you walk in the kitchen, eat food that doesn’t belong to you? Open the door to rooms you got no business opening? You know, somebody a whole lot smarter than anybody here once said: “Since the dawn of our species man’s been blessed with curiosity.” You know the other one about curiosity don’t you, Jack? This is not your island. This is our island. And the only reason you’re living on it is because we let you live on it.







 THE LADIES OF LOST






celebrating the carter century :: new old stills featuring peggy carter
celebrating the carter century :: new old stills featuring peggy carter


You just have to keep believing.



the family’s vacation in Australia


fourteenacross:


little cap
little Black Widow
little Nick Fury

SAM JACKSON TAKING A SELFIE WITH THE KID AND A NICK FURY ACTION FIGURE I CAN’T

fourteenacross:

little cap

little Black Widow

little Nick Fury

SAM JACKSON TAKING A SELFIE WITH THE KID AND A NICK FURY ACTION FIGURE I CAN’T





The all-round American idol

I remember Carrie Underwood early on telling me how badly she wanted to earn her place in our industry. It was 2005, and she had just won American Idol and had her first No. 1 song.

Fast-forward to 2014. Not only has she earned her place, she’s also raised the bar: she’s a prolific songwriter, a trendsetter and an Opry member. But it’s her decency as a person that is so impressive. She’s an advocate for causes like animal rights and the Red Cross. She has publicly challenged lawmakers when she’s disagreed with them, and covered controversial issues in her music. She can sing the fire out of a song and tell a joke. I’m always amazed at her comedic timing and instincts when we co-host the CMA Awards. She has faith, a sense of self and loves a good challenge. When most singers tackle a Broadway musical, it’s in front of a thousand people. She did it in front of 20 million.

So many young girls want to be just like her. In that sense, I see hope for the world. If I had a daughter, nothing would make me happier than to hear her say she wanted to grow up to be like Carrie Underwood.

— Brad Paisley, TIME: The 100 Most Influential People (via shattereverywindow)