They call me Haleigh. I'm a high school senior who is yearning to leave this town and see my country. I'm the proudest Canadian you'll meet, I enjoy NHL hockey (Go Oilers!) and I have a passion for traveling. Shoot me an ask if you so wish!

 

'What's up with you?' Ron asked.

'It's her,' said Ginny, plonking herself down on Harry's bed. 'She's driving me mad.'

'What's she done now?' asked Hermione sympathetically.

'It's the way she talks to me—you'd think I was about three!'

'I know,' said Hermione. 'She's so full of herself.'

Harry was astonished to hear Hermione talking about Mrs. Weasley like this and could not blame Ron for saying angrily, ‘Can’t you lay off her for five seconds?’

'Oh, that's right, defend her,' snapped Ginny. 'We all know you can't get enough of her.'

This seemed an odd comment to make about Ron’s mother.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Chapter 5: “An Excess of Phlegm”)

(Source: acciomychildhood)

mickeyandcompany:

Disney Dream Portraits phone backgrounds. Feel free to use it.

Full size of the backgrounds of the last row: x, x, x.

newyorker:

With exposure lengths ranging from ten minutes to four hours, the Los Angeles-based photographer and video artist Kevin Cooley captures the takeoff and landings of commercial airplane flights: http://nyr.kr/1euvrwL
Above: Takeoffs, LaGuardia Airport, Runway 4 (2009). Photograph by Kevin Cooley/Kopeikin Gallery.

newyorker:

With exposure lengths ranging from ten minutes to four hours, the Los Angeles-based photographer and video artist Kevin Cooley captures the takeoff and landings of commercial airplane flights: http://nyr.kr/1euvrwL

Above: Takeoffs, LaGuardia Airport, Runway 4 (2009). Photograph by Kevin Cooley/Kopeikin Gallery.

gap:

Styld.by Spring ‘14

Photographer Chuck Grant keeps her look bright and light for spring, pairing her Gap sleeveless tunic with cuffed, high-waisted linen pants.

See her full look on Styld.by

dazzledbydisney:

Dazzled By Disney’s Put a princess in my box edition

Simply send whomever reblogs this the name of a princess/princesses to their inbox and they respond according to the subtitle. EX. If you send someone Rapunzel, they should tell you a place they want to travel.