theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones
theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones

theamazingspidermoo:

barrel—rider:

Expectations Vs. Reality / Game of thrones

yoladni:

did Delilah ever say what it’s like in new york city???

sansaofhousestark:

australia’s got a lot of fucked up shit going on but at least we can say our last mass shooting was 18 years ago

because after it happened we placed higher restrictions on gun ownership

because that’s the logical fucking thing to do

This is the wonderful Ellie (also featuring the much less wonderful me) she is a RSPCA rescued pony that I have had the joy of working with for the past couple of months to get her ready for the riding school the I’ve been a part of for years. When we first started she had no experience, she had probably barely been sat on let alone asked to canter and go over poles and all of that fancy stuff- she wouldn’t even walk without having someone to follow. Apart from barely any training she was also majorly lacking in confidence, she was very nervy and incredibly clingy. She still doesn’t like being alone but at first she was awful, if I walked away from her when she was tied on the yard (even with other horses around her) she would completely freak and even broke a few ropes in her efforts to follow a few times. 
For the past months I’ve been giving her all of the love and attention I could and the result is amazing even though there have been a few trials along the way and times I thought she’d never really make it. She can now do all of the paces (walk, trot, gallop) and has even done a bit of jumping, she’s great fun to ride and is the most kind-hearted pony I’ve ever met. Today was a big thing for me though as we competed in a show, she was incredible- she did everything I asked and stayed reasonably calm throughout allowing us to do pretty well. She also looked absolutely beautiful with barley a trace of the scruffy, nervous little pony I took on 3 months ago. I’m so proud of her and I think it really shows that time and care makes so much difference <3
This is the wonderful Ellie (also featuring the much less wonderful me) she is a RSPCA rescued pony that I have had the joy of working with for the past couple of months to get her ready for the riding school the I’ve been a part of for years. When we first started she had no experience, she had probably barely been sat on let alone asked to canter and go over poles and all of that fancy stuff- she wouldn’t even walk without having someone to follow. Apart from barely any training she was also majorly lacking in confidence, she was very nervy and incredibly clingy. She still doesn’t like being alone but at first she was awful, if I walked away from her when she was tied on the yard (even with other horses around her) she would completely freak and even broke a few ropes in her efforts to follow a few times. 
For the past months I’ve been giving her all of the love and attention I could and the result is amazing even though there have been a few trials along the way and times I thought she’d never really make it. She can now do all of the paces (walk, trot, gallop) and has even done a bit of jumping, she’s great fun to ride and is the most kind-hearted pony I’ve ever met. Today was a big thing for me though as we competed in a show, she was incredible- she did everything I asked and stayed reasonably calm throughout allowing us to do pretty well. She also looked absolutely beautiful with barley a trace of the scruffy, nervous little pony I took on 3 months ago. I’m so proud of her and I think it really shows that time and care makes so much difference <3
This is the wonderful Ellie (also featuring the much less wonderful me) she is a RSPCA rescued pony that I have had the joy of working with for the past couple of months to get her ready for the riding school the I’ve been a part of for years. When we first started she had no experience, she had probably barely been sat on let alone asked to canter and go over poles and all of that fancy stuff- she wouldn’t even walk without having someone to follow. Apart from barely any training she was also majorly lacking in confidence, she was very nervy and incredibly clingy. She still doesn’t like being alone but at first she was awful, if I walked away from her when she was tied on the yard (even with other horses around her) she would completely freak and even broke a few ropes in her efforts to follow a few times. 
For the past months I’ve been giving her all of the love and attention I could and the result is amazing even though there have been a few trials along the way and times I thought she’d never really make it. She can now do all of the paces (walk, trot, gallop) and has even done a bit of jumping, she’s great fun to ride and is the most kind-hearted pony I’ve ever met. Today was a big thing for me though as we competed in a show, she was incredible- she did everything I asked and stayed reasonably calm throughout allowing us to do pretty well. She also looked absolutely beautiful with barley a trace of the scruffy, nervous little pony I took on 3 months ago. I’m so proud of her and I think it really shows that time and care makes so much difference <3
This is the wonderful Ellie (also featuring the much less wonderful me) she is a RSPCA rescued pony that I have had the joy of working with for the past couple of months to get her ready for the riding school the I’ve been a part of for years. When we first started she had no experience, she had probably barely been sat on let alone asked to canter and go over poles and all of that fancy stuff- she wouldn’t even walk without having someone to follow. Apart from barely any training she was also majorly lacking in confidence, she was very nervy and incredibly clingy. She still doesn’t like being alone but at first she was awful, if I walked away from her when she was tied on the yard (even with other horses around her) she would completely freak and even broke a few ropes in her efforts to follow a few times. 
For the past months I’ve been giving her all of the love and attention I could and the result is amazing even though there have been a few trials along the way and times I thought she’d never really make it. She can now do all of the paces (walk, trot, gallop) and has even done a bit of jumping, she’s great fun to ride and is the most kind-hearted pony I’ve ever met. Today was a big thing for me though as we competed in a show, she was incredible- she did everything I asked and stayed reasonably calm throughout allowing us to do pretty well. She also looked absolutely beautiful with barley a trace of the scruffy, nervous little pony I took on 3 months ago. I’m so proud of her and I think it really shows that time and care makes so much difference <3
This is the wonderful Ellie (also featuring the much less wonderful me) she is a RSPCA rescued pony that I have had the joy of working with for the past couple of months to get her ready for the riding school the I’ve been a part of for years. When we first started she had no experience, she had probably barely been sat on let alone asked to canter and go over poles and all of that fancy stuff- she wouldn’t even walk without having someone to follow. Apart from barely any training she was also majorly lacking in confidence, she was very nervy and incredibly clingy. She still doesn’t like being alone but at first she was awful, if I walked away from her when she was tied on the yard (even with other horses around her) she would completely freak and even broke a few ropes in her efforts to follow a few times. 
For the past months I’ve been giving her all of the love and attention I could and the result is amazing even though there have been a few trials along the way and times I thought she’d never really make it. She can now do all of the paces (walk, trot, gallop) and has even done a bit of jumping, she’s great fun to ride and is the most kind-hearted pony I’ve ever met. Today was a big thing for me though as we competed in a show, she was incredible- she did everything I asked and stayed reasonably calm throughout allowing us to do pretty well. She also looked absolutely beautiful with barley a trace of the scruffy, nervous little pony I took on 3 months ago. I’m so proud of her and I think it really shows that time and care makes so much difference <3

This is the wonderful Ellie (also featuring the much less wonderful me) she is a RSPCA rescued pony that I have had the joy of working with for the past couple of months to get her ready for the riding school the I’ve been a part of for years. When we first started she had no experience, she had probably barely been sat on let alone asked to canter and go over poles and all of that fancy stuff- she wouldn’t even walk without having someone to follow. Apart from barely any training she was also majorly lacking in confidence, she was very nervy and incredibly clingy. She still doesn’t like being alone but at first she was awful, if I walked away from her when she was tied on the yard (even with other horses around her) she would completely freak and even broke a few ropes in her efforts to follow a few times. 

For the past months I’ve been giving her all of the love and attention I could and the result is amazing even though there have been a few trials along the way and times I thought she’d never really make it. She can now do all of the paces (walk, trot, gallop) and has even done a bit of jumping, she’s great fun to ride and is the most kind-hearted pony I’ve ever met. Today was a big thing for me though as we competed in a show, she was incredible- she did everything I asked and stayed reasonably calm throughout allowing us to do pretty well. She also looked absolutely beautiful with barley a trace of the scruffy, nervous little pony I took on 3 months ago. I’m so proud of her and I think it really shows that time and care makes so much difference <3

  • me: no one ever texts me
  • *gets a text*
  • me: wtf do you want
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy
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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy

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Mini paintings on cedar by Cathy McMurray on Etsy

reblog if your mother no longer sets your bedtime and your life has lost all structure

donatellavevo:

An icon never dies

caelas:

saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

that-big-gay-impala:

THE SARCASM IN THIS POST IS LETHAL

"May the force be ever in your favor, Harry."
Gandalf (The Chronicles of Narnia)

egberts:

driving is so dangerous ur literally controlling a giant metal contraption with a circle and some foot buttons


Heathers (1988)
Heathers (1988)