It’s a-level results day and I just want to say to everyone expecting results/news from your dream university, that you will get through this. Whether it’s good news (in that case I am sending an early congratulations to you!! and make sure you listen to your mum and not spend all your money on fancy dress in preparation for freshers week like I did) or bad, you will get through this.

If you haven’t gotten the grades you hoped for or haven’t been accepted into the university you’d like, please please please know you are not a failure. Exam results do not define who you are. Making someone laugh after they’ve been crying, being thoughtful and kind to the people who may not deserve your love, cooking your mum tea after she’s had a hard week; these are the things that define who you are.

You will cry enough tears to fill an ocean but you will get through this.

"we almost dated" is a heartbreakingly accurate description of my love life right now.

it’s 01:16am and realistically i have another 3 hours until i fall asleep. if you had to name one film that made you think about your life differently in some way (no matter how insignificant), which film pops into your head first?

Anonymous
do you have instagram?

I do! Here it is (it’s my name backwards)

taryn-lindquist:

6 am at it’s finest
15.03.14

(via lumigas)

Glasgow by Maurice Ayal

Glasgow by Maurice Ayal

Everything is more beautiful
because we’re doomed.
You will never be lovelier than you are now.
We will never be here again.
━ Homer, The Iliad
Her room by Kara

Her room by Kara

Hole in a rock by Steve Seeley

Hole in a rock by Steve Seeley

"Things I told the internet, but didn’t tell my mom" by Anna Ladd