clackspoon:

idk if this is the one james was referring to

but here’s a Philip Larkin poem about the moon

Thanks for this! It’s lovely.

ruthdelcastillo:

Which disciple are you?

You are most like JAMES

Like James, you are a systematic and incisive thinker. You voraciously ingest information and apply sharp logical analysis to produce sound insights and strategies. You are focused and determined, and you let little stand in the way of achieving your goals. You never back down from an argument once you are sure you have thought things through.

However, like James, your unbending logic may be a bit too biting. Like a true “Son of Thunder” your ambition and temper may be perceived by others as callous and stinging. Your rough edge may alienate your audience, even if your insights are correct. And your persistent focus on accuracy and improvement may make you a target of those wishing to preserve the status quo.

Your role as a disciple of Christ is that of a reliable expert and truth-teller. You don’t mince words, and you bring clarity and consistency to the more ambiguous matters of religion and spirituality. Other people look to you for sound teaching as you fight for truth until the end.

***Bonus*** The Biblical woman who best matches your personality is: DEBORAH, Judge of Israel

I happened upon this, don’t really understand what its origin is, but I’ll just leave this here for my friends who appreciate a certain non-Biblical character named James.

yourvoiceinnovember:

this looks like a senior class picture of guinea pigs

their little wide-eyed faces

(via topgearmistress)

WHERE DID YOU FIND THIS, MEG? YOU HAVE KILT ME DEAD.

WHERE DID YOU FIND THIS, MEG? YOU HAVE KILT ME DEAD.

vivianndang:

I could just be James May.

Got bless The Gap [and Old Navy].

a-happy-nerd:

Much to James’s regret… he still allowed Richard on the plane.