1. girlpacific:

    shattermybones:

    I’d wear the shit out of this.

    For real.

    (via houseboatslove)

     

  2. zacheway:

    Being negative does not make you a good critic, it makes you cynical. We do not need more cynics. We need people who can be positive in such a negative-minded world. Problem solvers, people who think outside of the box, people who are actively seeking change- people who won’t wait around for…

     
  3. gaskarths:

    chrona:

    helyon:

    Only farmers understand these farmer meme

    i dont get can someone please explain this to me wjat is a head tomato

    looks like we’ve got ourselves a city slicker

    (Source: ernoticon, via notjustintimberlake)

     
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  6. For whatever we lose
    (a you or a me)
    it’s always ourselves
    we find in the sea.
     - E.E. Cummings

    (Source: kleinemi, via ro-chelle)

     
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  8. dssgn:

    i don’t think i’ve ever loved a house more than i love this one. it’s absolutely perfect. muntin windows are my favourite.

    oh my goddd, i want a house like this so bad.

    source: mamawatters / mamawatters

    (via houseboatslove)

     
  9. shesgonelalaa:

    My favourite kind of date. Five reasons why I love picnics the most now on my blog. Www.shesgonelala.wordpress.com

    (via midwestern-darling)

     
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  11. heartbeatofatwentysomething:

    how comforting it is to know that when i am overwhelmed, God is not. when i am confused, he is clear and calm. when all my prayers are, “hey. i don’t even know what to pray so i’m just going to sit here with you for a while,” he is near.

    that’s enough.

    (via midwestern-darling)

     
  12. taylormccutchan:

    Drove through Patricks Point. Sunsets here are incredible

    Pentax 645, Portra 400 at 800

    (via midwestern-darling)

     
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  14. sosuperawesome:

    Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy

    (via midwestern-darling)

     

  15. "When you pray, your prayers are heard by the same God who answered Moses’ prayer for water in the desert, the God who gave Abraham and his barren wife a son, and the God who made the slave Joseph second in power only to Pharaoh."
    — Francis Chan / Crazy Love (via graceupongrvce)

    (via midwestern-darling)