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You made me happy and you made me laugh, and if I could do it all over again, I would not hesitate. Look at our life, at the trips we took, the adventures we had. As your father used to say, we shared the longest ride together, this thing called life, and mine has been filled with joy because of you.

SEE in HD Folks!! ➽ The Longest Ride

Luke Collins (Scott Eastwood) is a bull rider who is seriously injured one night while riding. One year later, he gets back on and meets Sophia Danko (Britt Robertson) by chance. On their first date, they encounter an older gentleman who has crashed his car and help rescue him. Luke continues riding bulls, no matter the risk of being hurt again, while he and Sophia fall in love. Meanwhile, Sophia continuously visits the man she and Luke rescued, Ira Levinson (Alan Alda). He tells her the story, in 1940, of how he (Jack Huston) met his late wife, Ruth (Oona Chaplin); their stories interweave.

Release Date : 2015-04-10
Casts : Scott Eastwood, Amy Parrish, Lolita Davidovich, Oona Chaplin, Alan Alda, Jack Huston, Britt Robertson, Melissa Benoist
Duration : 128 minutes runtime
Rating : 7.7

Declutter life. Breathe some room into that mind. Be still; away from motion. Watch the orange from the sunset slip into your skin as you count your blessings. Devour on old films. Ah, and vinyl players are vintage and lovely. Internalize a life where you are full and fond of being.

Cassie, As you know I love your books. I have a question about shadowhunters with “extra” angel blood. Jace and James Herondales had golden eyes because of angel blood. However, Clary had green eyes even though she had “extra” angel blood as well. Why Clary’s eyes were not golden? — deepestzombiesoul

James does not have golden eyes because of angel blood, he has them (we think) because of warlock/demon blood from his mother. Golden eyes mean there is magic in that person’s bloodline, not necessarily angel magic. I wrote a little about this a few weeks ago, but questions about eye color keep coming. I get it — eye color can be symbolic — but looking for hard and fast rules about it seems to lead to sorrow and confusion!

Magnus knew James Herondale and knew where the color of his eyes came from so why didn’t he recognize Jace when he came to his party?

Magnus knew James had some magic in his bloodline and therefore the golden eyes. The golden eyes say “magic in your bloodline” not “Herondale.” We have no idea if how many other Shadowhunters who were not Herondales, have had golden eyes. Mark Blackthorn has one golden eye because, magic, for instance.

Magnus might have wondered if Michael Wayland had messed around with a lady who had some faerie blood, or gotten hold of some angel blood or whatever; that would have been the accurate deduction to make, not “he must be a Herondale.”

James gets treated badly for his eyes because people know why he has them. They know about Tessa. If it wasn’t his eyes, they’d tried to find something else to bully him about.

And this earlier post is relevant to your question, too:

hi cassie! i love emeraude and alberto and i think they are perfect, but i would like to ask you: if gold eyes mean magic in the blood, why clarissa doesn’t have it, but jace yes?

Well, (having just seen Avengers Two last night) how come experimenting on Pietro and Wanda the same way ended up with Pietro being fast, but Wanda having mind control powers? Why didn’t they have the same powers? Probably because they were different people.

Why can’t Jace invent runes? Why do Lucie and James have different powers? They’re different people. Also usually how it breaks down is that the girls have the more significant power and the boys have the gold-tinted eyes.

wondrous-lustre asked:

Lost my respect and follow. I don't really expect you to care, but I'd rather not follow a blog that tosses around the word 'gay' with negative connotations when there are a million other adjectives out there. Just saying. Thx

You clearly did not understand what I meant saying that Eurovision festival is so gay. It’s the only time I’ve used the word gay to describe something, and I’ll keep describing Eurovision as gay because it fucking is and I love Eurovision!! it is not an insult….. there’s an idiom in Spanish I would apply in these cases “You guys are more papist than the pope”. Bye bye, it’s ok if you want to unfollow my blog, I don’t really care. 

washington-jones asked:

Hi Anne ! Here I come with one silly question : is it possible for a wolf to wag its tail to show happiness ? I've only ever seen wolves in animal parc centers thingies (like Sainte-Croix, in France) but I've never seen them do so. Love your tumblr (it really is fantastic to have a place to go to see and learn about wolves)

Hi you :) When you consider “happiness” and “excitement” to be the same thing, then yes! 

The tail is the most dynamic of wolves their visual elements. Interpretations of a wolf wagging their tail heavily relies on the combination of the body language of other body parts and the situation the wolf is in. 

Some examples of when wagging tails in moments of happiness/excitement/friendliness: 

Generally, wolves wag their tails when there is an increase of energy or excitement occurs, for example during play or greeting another wolf. Wolf puppies wag their tails when they see their mother, and the mother wags her tail as well.

Wagging of the tail also conveys friendliness, and submissive wolves may enhance this signal by moving the hindquarters as well. (Mech et al., 2003) 

Tail wagging by older pups may serve as a metacommunication signal, indicating playful intentions. Thus an agressive message indicated by the eyes, ears, and voice may be “voided” by a wagging tail. (Mech et al., 2003) 

Also, check out this video - those happy wolves clearly show their happiness/excitement for being reunited with their caretaker who was away for several months through almost wagging their tails off.

Bonus: some happy wolf tail GIFs: