The Optimistic Skeptic

the-fault-in-our-wifi:

silentstep:

Boromir cuddling Hobbits because why not.

            (via goodshipophelia)

boromir’s character makes me so sad, because honestly, he was one of the most caring in the fellowship. he understood their mission and wanted to get it done as successfully as possible, but he wanted what was best for everyone with them as well. he felt the need to care for all the hobbits, not just frodo. and when he made a mistake, it destroyed him. he saw that he was weak and that he nearly ruined everything. and he died trying to make that right. boromir is the best.

(Source: hadhodrim, via rainbowrowell)

books-and-cookies:

sincerelybooked:

bittenandwritten:

bookandwords:

why is it so hard to describe a book to someone

ugh, yes! I’m always like ‘there’s a person that does this thing and then this happens, but it’s not like that it’s more like THAT but not really, but it’s sort of like when that happens and…just read it!’

if you explain too much, you risk spoiling. if you explain too little, they don’t know enough to want to read it. the struggle is real

Exactly what you said.

(via thebooker)

firesidemenswear:

I love exploring trails in the woods - who knows where they might lead

firesidemenswear:

I love exploring trails in the woods - who knows where they might lead

“If you’re gonna bail, bail early. This applies to relationships, college classes, and sledding.”
— Advice from my high school science teacher, Mr. Miller  (via hefuckin)

(Source: mumfordslionheart, via newsetofwings)

“I hate people generally, but I like people individually.”
— introverts (via vogue-ette)

Ahh! Yes. This is so true.

(via catchingfyre92)

(Source: janesblueheaven, via catchingfyre92)

ALS challenge. I’m nominating @ameliadrichardson @carsonkramer @tayrob48