mmm how do i articulate this ok you know the feeling you get when you’re in a new place that you know will soon be familiar to you? like when you move to a new house and you can’t even find the light switch but you know that in a few months you’ll be able to make your way around in the dark orrr like when you go to a new school and have no idea where the library is but you also know that a year from now you’ll be able to give directions to any place on campus idk am i making sense

i feel like there should be a word for this feeling?  is there a word for this in english that i just don’t know? or in any other language? i’m genuinely curious pleasz tell me if you know plz


CNV00023 (by ss1271)

ppl being negative about the ice bucket challenge need to stop because the als association has already raised over $40 million in donations (as opposed to the $2 mil they raised last year)

in the words of mark from ‘the room’ leave your stupid comments in your pocket 


by Jens Harder

i’m like 10 shades darker than when i left the house this morning


Dustin O’Halloran | Opus 28

Maturing is realizing how many things don’t require your comment.

Rachel Wolchin. (via ac-z)

(Source: fellinlovewithmelancholy)

v special shout out to my fave family member for getting promoted to senior manager at deloitte u go gurl :’)


Arcade Fire - Deep Blue


Language is power. When you turn “torture” into “enhanced interrogation,” or murdered children into “collateral damage,” you break the power of language to convey meaning, to make us see, feel, and care.

Rebecca Solnit, Our Words Are Our Weapons (via vulturechow)

(Source: definitiveme)