Collegebound. Wanderluster. Love being athletic. Imagination.
Superheroes, HP, Books, and Japanese culture. Singing is pretty fun. Smiles are freakin cute.
  • stubbornjerk:

    that’s the scariest way to hold a phone ever

    (Source: archatlas, via latebloomingphilosopher)

  • R.I.P Bac,

    I may not have known you on a personal level, but we have played tennis together for the past 3-4 years. It’s so motivating to know that you were always out there, even at such an older age, cheering everyone on. Saying, “Good!” or you would even laugh at everyone because we hit the ball well or when everyone was silly. Always happy. I hope you didn’t suffer too much when you were sick. You were one of the only people there just to play the game, not for the sake of competition. R.I.P Bac. Thanks for giving us such smiles and laughter. 

  • enginesinrepair:

    KICKASS WOMEN IN HISTORY : [2/5] HUA MULAN

    Hua Mulan was a legendary figure in Chinese history. She lived from 581 to 618 AD during the Sui Dynasty, though other records place her between 386 and 534 AD, during the Northern Wei Dynasty. While the dates may be disputed, her story is unequivocal. Mulan’s father was a soldier and raised her like a boy. She not only learned weaving and embroidery from her mother, but also practiced martial arts, equitation, archery, and fencing with her father. In her spare time she liked to read her father’s manuals on military strategy. When war broke out and the emperor was calling for soldiers, Mulan disguised herself as a man and went in her father’s place. She served for twelve long years, in that time she witnessed traumatic horrors, lost dear friends, and received numerous honours. After the war ended, the emperor wanted to award her an official position, but she declined and asked for a good horse instead as she wished to return home to her family. No other woman in Chinese history has inspired more admiration than Mulan, who is considered an embodiment of loyalty and filial piety.

    (via jadestuh)