missmandapanda


Reader, Writer, Food Lover, & A Player of Make-Believe


Korean obsessed, Oncer, Potterhead, Janeite, and proud member of way too many other fandoms to list


Read the Printed Word!
GRYFFINDOR
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whosthewhatnow:

HAPPY WHO DAY! Here’s the finished 10 piece.

whosthewhatnow:

HAPPY WHO DAY! Here’s the finished 10 piece.

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insertcoolpunhere:

ltsparkles:

imperialdalek:

kryptaria:

rembrandtswife:

This is the attitude that every creative artist needs to take.

When you’re wondering if you have the guts to post that new fanfic or to send your manuscript to a publisher, remember this.

this is my motto

I need to learn to think this way.

good-advice gobber

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fleurdulys:

Pond with Water Lilies - Julius Klever
1893

fleurdulys:

Pond with Water Lilies - Julius Klever

1893

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humansofnewyork:

"I came to Dharamshala when I was nine years old. Back then, we weren’t allowed to learn the Tibetan language in school, so my parents sent me to India. For a whole month we walked over the mountains. It was very snowy, and we only walked at night. One night I almost fell off a cliff, but one of the adults grabbed onto my hand and pulled me back up. It’s been twenty years now since I last saw my parents. Just a few months ago, I had a really bad stomach problem and had to go to the hospital. Even though I’m an adult, I’ve never missed my mother more. Being that sick made me realize that I have nobody watching over me."
(Dharamshala, India)

humansofnewyork:

"I came to Dharamshala when I was nine years old. Back then, we weren’t allowed to learn the Tibetan language in school, so my parents sent me to India. For a whole month we walked over the mountains. It was very snowy, and we only walked at night. One night I almost fell off a cliff, but one of the adults grabbed onto my hand and pulled me back up. It’s been twenty years now since I last saw my parents. Just a few months ago, I had a really bad stomach problem and had to go to the hospital. Even though I’m an adult, I’ve never missed my mother more. Being that sick made me realize that I have nobody watching over me."

(Dharamshala, India)


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