Anonymous said:
frodo, aragorn, eowyn, gandalf, legolas


  1. eowyn
  2. gandalf
  3. frodo
  4. aragorn
  5. legolas

to be honest, gandalf and frodo and aragorn all have the same level of my affection

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It is not despair, for despair is only for those who see the end beyond all doubt. We do not. It is wisdom to recognize necessity, when all other courses have been weighed, though as folly it may appear to those who cling to false hope.

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Anonymous said:
How do you like your tea? I'm just very, very curious.

milk and two sugars (oops) with the teabag in for about… thirty seconds

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in which I talk about books

in the past two days I’ve finished reading ian mcewan’s newest novel, the children act, and the new ya (???) novel the strange and beautiful sorrows of ava lavender by leslye walton. I enjoyed both of these very very much. so now I will ramble.

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Charlotte Brontë


Charlotte Brontë goes up to the counter for a cup of tea and Reader, she orders it!

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two months and I’ll be leaving school

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Tolkien mood boards ➝ Arwen


Tolkien mood boards Arwen

posted 2 days ago with 489 notesdalpuri)

so after colour coordinating my bookshelf, I got all my tolkien stuff together (there isn’t a lot but I love it very very much)

the little translucent bilbo figure behind the colourful one is something that the very lovely laura (who I met on tumblr years ago) sent me, and the new hobbit (next to the falling apart one) was given to me by myla and I am so delighted with them both

also the vhs tapes I bought at an opshop for $1.50 total for no apparent reason. oops

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