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mericanqueen:

Monet’s garden, Giverny, France

A dream destination.Someday!

mericanqueen:

Monet’s garden, Giverny, France

A dream destination.
Someday!

Reblogged from: unskinny
Source: eliakara
"Everything the light touches…"

"Everything the light touches…"

Reblogged from: city-of-london

lalnascastle:

IF YOU DONT GET EXCITED OVER NATURE THEN WHAT DO YOU EVEN GET EXCITED ABOUT

Reblogged from: healthylifeinspired
Source: terra-mater
allthingseurope:

Floda, Sweden (by Khosro Zabihi)

allthingseurope:

Floda, Sweden (by Khosro Zabihi)

Reblogged from: allthingseurope
      We wanderers, ever seeking the lonelier way, begin no day where we have ended another, and no sunrise finds us where left by sunset. Even while the earth sleeps we travel. We are the seeds of that tenacious plant, and it is in our ripeness and our fullness of heart that we are given to the wind to be scattered.

— Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet

The Wishing Tree! #tanabata #starfestival #tokyo #japan #asia #culture #travel #festival #fun  (at Ueno, Tokyo)

The Wishing Tree! #tanabata #starfestival #tokyo #japan #asia #culture #travel #festival #fun (at Ueno, Tokyo)

Calling on Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson. <3

Calling on Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson. <3

freedomisalengthofrope:

When I was in kindergarten, there was a new girl named Mia who came from Japan, I believe, and I was assigned to be her helper because she couldn’t speak English. Over the few months we spent together, we became really close, and we had flashcards with the characters for an English word, and we could figure out what she was trying to tell us with those. I actually taught her quite a few different sentences and sayings in English after a while. I remember that she would get nosebleeds often, and each time I would escort her to the nurse, they would tell me to leave but she would make me stay with her. At our school we had a field day and me and her were never apart from each other the whole time. (Shown above) After a while, she had to move away with her family, and I never saw her again. I’ve really wanted to know how she’s changed for a very long time now. I know this is a long shot, but I’ve been wanting to talk to her again over some social network because I’ve missed her for a really long time, and I was hoping some of you guys would reblog for me. I can’t remember her last name.

I live in Japan.. so I hope this is a step closer~! &lt;3 諦めないで!Don&#8217;t give up. 

freedomisalengthofrope:

When I was in kindergarten, there was a new girl named Mia who came from Japan, I believe, and I was assigned to be her helper because she couldn’t speak English. Over the few months we spent together, we became really close, and we had flashcards with the characters for an English word, and we could figure out what she was trying to tell us with those. I actually taught her quite a few different sentences and sayings in English after a while. I remember that she would get nosebleeds often, and each time I would escort her to the nurse, they would tell me to leave but she would make me stay with her. At our school we had a field day and me and her were never apart from each other the whole time. (Shown above) After a while, she had to move away with her family, and I never saw her again. I’ve really wanted to know how she’s changed for a very long time now. I know this is a long shot, but I’ve been wanting to talk to her again over some social network because I’ve missed her for a really long time, and I was hoping some of you guys would reblog for me. I can’t remember her last name.

I live in Japan.. so I hope this is a step closer~! <3 諦めないで!Don’t give up.