Somewhere It's Always Time for Tea
stripped-teas:

sexy-people-drinking-tea:

livesofnine:

AND YES. THIS IS A CAKE.

Gahhhhh so cool!!!

Precious

stripped-teas:

sexy-people-drinking-tea:

livesofnine:

AND YES. THIS IS A CAKE.

Gahhhhh so cool!!!

Precious

Having a soft heart in a cruel world is courage, not weakness
Katherine Henson (via psych-facts)
gothiccharmschool:

NEED. YEs, I definitely need that. I wonder if it’s still safe to serve foodstuffs from?
… and of COURSE reverse image search gives me no source, but a gazillion pinterest hits. 

gothiccharmschool:

NEED. YEs, I definitely need that. I wonder if it’s still safe to serve foodstuffs from?

… and of COURSE reverse image search gives me no source, but a gazillion pinterest hits. 

Come into my inbox and try to make my muse blush!

gothiccharmschool:

sizvideos:

Video

Why yes, I covet this desk. Of course I do. 

Write a Headcanon about my character

nonamenotheralias:

If it’s good, it will become official.

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Vera Komissarzhevskaya as Ophelia, 1900

Vera Komissarzhevskaya (1864 – 1910) was one of the most celebrated actresses and theatre managers of the late Russian Empire. She is probably best known today for originating the role of Nina in the ill-fated premiere of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, in 1896.

Vera Komissarzhevskaya as Ophelia, 1900

Vera Komissarzhevskaya (1864 – 1910) was one of the most celebrated actresses and theatre managers of the late Russian Empire. She is probably best known today for originating the role of Nina in the ill-fated premiere of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, in 1896.

Ask my muse questions about their relationship with another character.

I LOVE THESE PLEASE.

littlegoldhorse:

"Byzantine’ Dress ca.1904
Worth

littlegoldhorse:

"Byzantine’ Dress ca.1904

Worth