Eustace Chapuys was always one of my favorite people in Tudor history because it seemed like the guy was running his own Page 6-style gossip column at times.

“Well, Henry is apparently tired of Anne and has moved on to one of her friends. The friend ain’t so hot, but Anne is still mega-crazy with jealously.”

No, read his correspondence. This is stuff he would actually report

Then, as the years go by, you can tell even he has gotten bewildered by Henry’s increasingly strange antics and thinks the man has flipping lost it. (”Another wife!?”) 

Mystic Messenger CG Collection Chart

Hey everyone! I’ve decided to put together a spreadsheet detailing where and how you can get all of the CGs in Mystic Messenger. It’s a huge task, so I’m looking for help to complete it!

You can find the spreadsheet here.

How to Help Fill Out the Spreadsheet:

- It’s organized by Day and Route

- Go through a chatroom and make a note of what CGs are posted

- Left column is the album the photo is found in and the number of the CG

(So, for example, the “CATNIP” CG would be labelled as “Common, #6″)

- Right column is the title of the chatroom you got the CG from, plus any additional requirements (e.g. you must answer a certain way in the chat, or you must participate/not participate in the chat)

That’s all! Message me if you have any questions, or comment on this post. I’d really appreciate it if you could reblog this for visibility! If everyone who sees this does just one day or even just one chatroom, we’ll have all the CGs documented in no time ^^ Thank you for all your help!

T U R B U L E N C E Premium

This is the paid version of the free theme, I am currently using this theme on my page; however, mine is slightly modded to fit my needs.

This theme is going for $10.00, if you would like to get it, send me an instant message and I will direct you to a donation link to my paypal and will give you the theme when the money comes through. If there is any personalisation you want done for the theme such as custom pages or extra options added to the page it’s an extra $5.

I would like to thank @drxgonfly and @novice-at-play for testing this for me, and giving me good feedback and suggestions. @novice-at-play seemed to like the theme so much she tried to buy it from me. 

Full list of instructions and features below.

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spacedoutphan  asked:

Hi, do you know what palette the one in the bottom right of the photo you posted about 15 minutes ago is? it has a kinda holographic animal print design and has like 6 rows and 7 columns of shades? sorry this is weirdly specific lmao

It’s violet voss 💖


Yererouk Basilica (Երերույքի տաճար, Yereruyki tachar), is a 4th or 5th century Armenian church near the village of Anipemza in Shirak, Armenia.

Because the basilica of Yererouk is one of the earliest surviving Christian monuments in Armenia and one of the greatest structures of the early medieval ages that partly survived. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on August 25, 1995.

Yererouk means quivering in the Armenian language. According to popular tradition, the name of the temple was derived from its unique architectural solution of the structure which seems quivering on its 6 columns for viewers from a distance. (x)


In the early dawn hours of March 6th, 1836 a small band of patriots gathered as one for the last time and 90 minutes later this small band of soldiers were silenced after 13 days of Glory

The final assault came before daybreak on the morning of March 6, 1836, as columns of Mexican soldiers emerged from the predawn darkness and headed for the Alamo’s walls. Cannon and small arms fire from inside the Alamo beat back several attacks. Regrouping, the Mexicans scaled the walls and rushed into the compound.

Once inside, they turned a captured cannon on the Long Barrack and church, blasting open the barricaded doors. The desperate struggle continued until the defenders were overwhelmed. By sunrise, the battle had ended and Santa Anna entered the Alamo compound to survey the scene of his victory.

While the facts surrounding the siege of the Alamo continue to be debated, there is no doubt about what the battle has come to symbolize. People worldwide continue to remember the Alamo as a heroic struggle against impossible odds — a place where men made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. For this reason, the Alamo remains hallowed ground and the Shrine of Texas Liberty.