Today is April the 14th. 102 years ago the RMS Titanic sideswiped an iceberg on its maiden voyage to New York. The result was the the sinking of a ship that was to make dreams come true and about 1500 lives lost to the icy depths of the Atlantic, most of them steerage passengers. The Titanic will never be the only ship in history to be taken by the waves, but it is certainly one of the most remembered. The people who were claimed by the ocean that night should always be remembered, as should any who vanish beneath the waves. In memoriam.
Glad You Came - Violin cover by Bryson Andres
I have a thing for violins……
i almost instantly had an eargasm
and i’m not even wearing headphones right now
i want this on my ipod
i want this to play everywhere
i want this to blast from my speakers
i want my neighbors to scream at me for playing it so damn loud
i want this
when you find a shirt you really like and wear it a couple times and it starts doing
These are called pills. You can remove them with a shaving razor. Be gentle with delicate fabrics!
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS A++ INFORMATION TUMBLR USER METALLIKATO
Good to know!
Cary Grant discovers the joy of knitting in Mr. Lucky (1943).
OMG. Cary Grant knitting!
I don’t think there’s anything about this I don’t like.
DIS CUTIE PIE.
The first conscript in World War II was the son of the first conscript in World War I. Alden C. Flagg Jr., of Boston, held the first number drawn in the U.S. peacetime draft lottery of 1940. His father, Alden C. Flagg, had drawn the first number in the draft of 1917.
careers to consider when I finish uni:
- girl in 1960s Paris with winged eyeliner and a fringe who sits in cafes and bars and drinks sherry
- WWII war nurse
- muse for a late 19th century artist
- archaeologist in the 30s
- background character in a Wodehouse story
- incorporeal sense of vague dissatisfaction