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Hi there, I assume you just stumbled upon this blog. A fall down the rabbit hole, an accidental step through the wardrobe into a wonderful land unknown. Explore it if you desire. I have an overwhelming desire to travel to every corner of the globe. Im drawn to forests and woods. Old soul. Addicted to books, coffee and tea. Lover of fairytales, myths and legends. Fondness of Ireland and Scotland. Musical soundtracks. This place is a space where I can express my emotions,thoughts and inner creativity in a different form. Post me a letter if you ever need to talk about anything.

We're all stories, in the end. Just make it a good one.

if you don't even believe in the possibility of magic, you will never ever find it.

Never touch girls forged in fire.

All hobbit holes should have porches. by Yes to Adventure on Flickr.

Books from 1450-1500 in the collection at the Huntington Library. Photo by LA Times staff photographer Cheryl A. Guerrero
I think what you’ve gotta do is put it down. Put it away. Put it in your notebook, but get it out of yourself. Away so you can’t curl up with it anymore.


A long road to somewhere by Jonathan Aubry on Flickr.

Shipwreck in a Thunderstorm, Claude-Joseph Vernet, 1770. Detail.


Always my first favourite show.

(Source: thehalliwellattic, via fandomhuntress)


Schneewittchen. ~by belialchan