lambhoof:

I have a special folder for photos of small dogs snoozing on large sleeping places.

inthelightinthesound:

somewhere beyond the barricade, is there a world you long to see?

errandofmercy:

celticruinsdesigns:

queenerestor:

Background Elrond was the cutest thing ever

I spit out my drink.

I’m just gonna go put on my Elrond costume and wander around going “Mewn runez….ferp derp”

Hugo Weaving is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy

ass-of-cas:

ruinedchildhood:

I need this on my blog

Yep.  I definitely feel that need.

ass-of-cas:

ruinedchildhood:

I need this on my blog

Yep.  I definitely feel that need.

Let’s be honest, that is what Thranduil actually said to Thorin

lebeeson:

I have been so blessed to portray such a phenomenal woman as Dana Scully. She has taught me about strength and self-worth and personal power. In early episodes, when I was called upon to address large groups of male FBI agents with authority and self assurance, I felt so scared and weak that my voice would come out high-pitched and shaky. But the more I “acted as if” I was self-assured, the more I felt powerful. And believe it or not, it can be that simple. "Acting as if" is sometimes all it takes to empower oneself, and I have learned to carry this into other areas of my life. When meeting with high-powered directors and producers, or presenting an award at an award ceremony, or doing a talk show; I act as if I am a strong, capable, worthy woman of power. And the more I do this, the more people listen to what I have to say and value my opinion. 
- GA, Girl Boss Foreword

lebeeson:

I have been so blessed to portray such a phenomenal woman as Dana Scully. She has taught me about strength and self-worth and personal power. In early episodes, when I was called upon to address large groups of male FBI agents with authority and self assurance, I felt so scared and weak that my voice would come out high-pitched and shaky. But the more I “acted as if” I was self-assured, the more I felt powerful. And believe it or not, it can be that simple. 

"Acting as if" is sometimes all it takes to empower oneself, and I have learned to carry this into other areas of my life. When meeting with high-powered directors and producers, or presenting an award at an award ceremony, or doing a talk show; I act as if I am a strong, capable, worthy woman of power. And the more I do this, the more people listen to what I have to say and value my opinion. 

- GA, Girl Boss Foreword