Photo originally posted by Meg
They say: "As you can see that is a photo of Ryan Gosling but you can also see that this photo is obviously not a product of the paparazzi. That is because this photo of Mr. Gosling-hottie-pants was given to me by none other than his cousins whom I had the pleasure of meeting on a visit to Canada last summer.
The lovely dears dropped the ‘Ryan Gosling is our cousin and comes over for Thanksgiving and Christmas and stuffs’ bomb on me and while I was trying to recover from the shock of being in the presence of people who had been in the presence of said hottie-pants, they whipped out a photo album and let me have my choice of a souvenir photo.”
The highest part of Mt. Rainier accessible to cars is Sunrise Point. It was damp and lonely there. On a fine day it’s a majestic view, which I’ve now accepted that I have missed. On a gloomy day, well…it’s a sea of rain clouds.
In the last picture, I was looking over the edge of the cliff at 6400 miles above sea level. I was trying to find the top of the world when I realized that I was standing right on it.
Mt. Rainier, Washington.
The conversation between your fingers and someone else’s skin. This is the most important discussion you can ever have.
Iain Thomas, I Wrote This For You (via suiicune
These two young artists quit their jobs to build this glass house for $500
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Watch their inspiring video here
Marienplatz, Munich (by Nenad Obr)
"I want to be an actor."
“What’s the key to being a good actor?”
“My teacher keeps saying that you have to be a good listener. He says that if you really want to be a great actor, you need to listen and respond, and not always be thinking ahead about what you’re going to do next.”
"My philosophy is: ‘If you like yourself, everything around you will fall into place.’"