Divergent Premiere in Germany - April 1st, 2014

Divergent Premiere in Germany - April 1st, 2014

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livesandliesofwizards:

After The Last Battle, almost every student began to dread the ride to Hogwarts from the train. Not because they weren’t looking forward to returning, although that was true for some.But because of the carriages, which they had thought for so long were horseless. Now they knew better. And every horse was a reminder of why they knew better. It wasn’t uncommon for students to squeeze their eyes shut once they’d entered, sit in stoney silence with their hands curled into fists on their laps as they waited for the ride to be over. They knew of course, what they had been through - what they had seen. But none of them appreciated the reminder.
But eventually, there comes the year where almost every student in Hogwarts thinks that the carriages are horseless. They walk the roads and do not flinch away from leathery wings or back away, white-faced, from skeletal bodies. They just walk to their carriages and get in, chattering all the while about the wonders of magic. Although of course some muggleborns like to point out that carriages that can run themselves aren’t exactly new inventions and hasn’t anyone at Hogwarts heard of a bus?
Life goes on.
(written and submitted by rainbowrites, I’m very happy to have received this. It is poignant and understated and lovely.)

livesandliesofwizards:

After The Last Battle, almost every student began to dread the ride to Hogwarts from the train. Not because they weren’t looking forward to returning, although that was true for some.But because of the carriages, which they had thought for so long were horseless. Now they knew better. And every horse was a reminder of why they knew better. It wasn’t uncommon for students to squeeze their eyes shut once they’d entered, sit in stoney silence with their hands curled into fists on their laps as they waited for the ride to be over. They knew of course, what they had been through - what they had seen. But none of them appreciated the reminder.

But eventually, there comes the year where almost every student in Hogwarts thinks that the carriages are horseless. They walk the roads and do not flinch away from leathery wings or back away, white-faced, from skeletal bodies. They just walk to their carriages and get in, chattering all the while about the wonders of magic. Although of course some muggleborns like to point out that carriages that can run themselves aren’t exactly new inventions and hasn’t anyone at Hogwarts heard of a bus?

Life goes on.

(written and submitted by rainbowrites, I’m very happy to have received this. It is poignant and understated and lovely.)

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euoria:

Boho ⌖ Indie
awwww-cute:

I know it’s just a drawing, but

awwww-cute:

I know it’s just a drawing, but

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A couple only have eyes for each other at a Beatles concert in Wigan, 13 October 1964.

#i don’t know what i like more; vintage lesbians or the lady in front going fucking apeshit

A couple only have eyes for each other at a Beatles concert in Wigan, 13 October 1964.

#i don’t know what i like more; vintage lesbians or the lady in front going fucking apeshit

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thenames-hiccup:

yo mama jokes don’t work very well here

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fashion-runways:

PAOLO SEBASTIAN Autumn/Winter Bridal Collection 2014

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"Realize deeply that the present moment is all you will ever have."

— ― Eckhart Tolle (via psych-quotes)

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batreaux:

well, son, i deeply misunderstood your birthday request for COD but we still need to eat all this fish

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