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Leave a ‘would you ever’ in my ask

teaquila:

Or a ‘have you ever’

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29 July 2014     2:53 pm     38,661 notes

Just remember that sometimes, the way you think about a person isn’t the way they actually are.

John Green, Paper Towns (via ohteenscanrelate)

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July 2014     2:53 pm     18,036 notes

Scare the world: Be exactly who you say you are and tell the truth.

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July 2014     2:53 pm     139,316 notes

moonshininq:

feelmyvibesss:


"Instill" by Yellena James

* * ☽ * ☀ * ☾ * *

☯♥☽۞

29 July 2014     2:53 pm     4,522 notes

moonshininq:

feelmyvibesss:

"Instill" by Yellena James

* * ☽ * ☀ * ☾ * *

☯♥☽۞

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23 July 2014     9:25 pm     1,666 notes

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midnight-bleue:

aquamar-ine:

The secret swings

selin so so cute!

23 July 2014     9:25 pm     3,389 notes

midnight-bleue:

aquamar-ine:

The secret swings

selin so so cute!

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ginger-haze:

✿ more hippie/nature/spiritual post here ❀

23 July 2014     9:24 pm     4,449 notes

ginger-haze:

✿ more hippie/nature/spiritual post here ❀

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home by (stefani trifkovic)

23 July 2014     9:23 pm     16,277 notes

home by (stefani trifkovic)

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libutron:

Russula sp.
The genus Russula (Russulaceae) includes some very beautiful and interesting species, and a lot of hard-to-distinguish species. About 20 or 30 species can be identified fairly easily, but there are perhaps 750 species worldwide [1].
Photo credit: ©James Winder and Michael Pilkington | Locality: China

21 July 2014     4:32 pm     172 notes

libutron:

Russula sp.

The genus Russula (Russulaceae) includes some very beautiful and interesting species, and a lot of hard-to-distinguish species. About 20 or 30 species can be identified fairly easily, but there are perhaps 750 species worldwide [1].

Photo credit: ©James Winder and Michael Pilkington | Locality: China

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21 July 2014     4:32 pm     995 notes

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