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24 Jul 14 at 4 pm

djroxthebeat:

Lesson 9 in the NTS series. Don’t hold grudges. Forgiveness is important. It just feels so much better to not have the baggage that grudges contain.

djroxthebeat:

Lesson 9 in the NTS series. Don’t hold grudges. Forgiveness is important. It just feels so much better to not have the baggage that grudges contain.
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24 Jul 14 at 2 pm

fandom-central-jai:

Lannisters

I think that means he wants to do her.

(Source: thebestofgameofthrones)


24 Jul 14 at 2 pm

[no caption needed]🙌💎💜👑

[no caption needed]🙌💎💜👑
 4850
24 Jul 14 at 1 pm

Not if we can help it.

(Source: justinripley, via mistress-tudor)

 2879
24 Jul 14 at 12 pm

Dracarys, bitches.

(Source: gameofthronesdaily, via fandom-central-jai)

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24 Jul 14 at 12 pm

(Source: bisexual)

 1124
24 Jul 14 at 11 am

queenrhaenyra:

→ W H E N   T H E   L I O N   F A L L S

I’m a Dragon, married to a Tiger. Is it time for us to move in, yet? ;)

(via ladyjanerochford)

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24 Jul 14 at 9 am

thisfalconwhite:

On this day in history…

24 July 1567: Mary, Queen of Scots, is forced to abdicate in favor of her son, James VI.

After the assassination of her second husband, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, on 10 February 1567, Mary quickly lost favor with her own subjects. It is possible that Mary either participated in or was aware of the plot to murder Darnley. Her “guilt” was merely confirmed in the eyes of the Scots when she married the man believed most responsible for the assassination, James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell - despite the fact that Bothwell may have raped Mary and forced her into marriage. Mary’s stringent Catholicism had never made her very popular in Scotland, and the rumors surrounding her new marriage tipped the scales against her. The Scottish peers rebelled and confronted Mary and Bothwell at Carberry Hill on 15 June 1567. No bloodshed ensued and Bothwell was allowed to flee into exile, but Mary was imprisoned in Loch Leven Castle. On 24 July the peers forced Mary to abdicate in favor of her son with Darnley, one-year-old James VI. James Stewart, Earl of Moray, Mary’s illegitimate half-brother became regent. In 1568, Mary escaped from Scotland and sought sanctuary in England with her Protestant cousin, Elizabeth I. Elizabeth was cautious of Mary, for she realized that Catholic Englishmen could use the Queen of Scots as a rallying point in order to depose Elizabeth’s rule. Despite the fact that Mary was kept in honorable imprisonment, she managed to implicate herself in multiple plots against Elizabeth. In 1586, Mary was tried for treason (even though she was not an English subject) and found guilty on 25 October. She was executed on 8 February 1587.

thisfalconwhite:

On this day in history…
24 July 1567: Mary, Queen of Scots, is forced to abdicate in favor of her son, James VI.

After the assassination of her second husband, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, on 10 February 1567, Mary quickly lost favor with her own subjects. It is possible that Mary either participated in or was aware of the plot to murder Darnley. Her “guilt” was merely confirmed in the eyes of the Scots when she married the man believed most responsible for the assassination, James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell - despite the fact that Bothwell may have raped Mary and forced her into marriage. Mary’s stringent Catholicism had never made her very popular in Scotland, and the rumors surrounding her new marriage tipped the scales against her. The Scottish peers rebelled and confronted Mary and Bothwell at Carberry Hill on 15 June 1567. No bloodshed ensued and Bothwell was allowed to flee into exile, but Mary was imprisoned in Loch Leven Castle. On 24 July the peers forced Mary to abdicate in favor of her son with Darnley, one-year-old James VI. James Stewart, Earl of Moray, Mary’s illegitimate half-brother became regent. In 1568, Mary escaped from Scotland and sought sanctuary in England with her Protestant cousin, Elizabeth I. Elizabeth was cautious of Mary, for she realized that Catholic Englishmen could use the Queen of Scots as a rallying point in order to depose Elizabeth’s rule. Despite the fact that Mary was kept in honorable imprisonment, she managed to implicate herself in multiple plots against Elizabeth. In 1586, Mary was tried for treason (even though she was not an English subject) and found guilty on 25 October. She was executed on 8 February 1587.

…with my life.

Just a few short years ago, I never would have thought this could be possible. I have battled depression nearly my entire life and I cannot even count how many times I prayed for an end.

But what I was given instead…was a beginning. Several, in fact. Countless chances to change my outlook on life from one of cynicism and darkness to light and ultimately, love. 

I love what I do for a living and even though I’m not stacking the hundred dollar bills, I have plenty. Plenty of smiles, laughter, inspiration and room for even more growth and development.

Everything is finally coming together for me and I am finally…the most happy :)

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24 Jul 14 at 8 am

→” Don’t you know that I can drag you down as quickly as I raised you ”

(Source: queenrhaenyra, via ladyjanerochford)

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