the westerners


“You don’t know everything. When we’re on the trail, I never question your word, Mr. Favor–it’s law. But there are even things you can be wrong about.”

“There’s lots of things I can be wrong about. But I’m not wrong in wanting what’s best for my men.”

anonymous asked:

for future reference, if i have saturn 4th house, will this make my home life uncomfortable for any future children i have? When I think about raising children I want them to be comfortable and happy in the home (oppsoite of my childhood) but if there are any chances of them feeling saturn energy then i'm not sure i want to raise children

This is one of those areas I feel that varies by Astrologer’s perception.  I feel that planets (and the sign) in the 4th tend to show the conditions growing up that impacted your sense of emotional security.  For many they tend to take these conditions and turn them toward their own domestic family in a string of traditions.  

I personally feel that as a parent a masculine person may use the 10th house to raise child.  This is masculinity showcasing Authority.  If the person is more feminine they can be adapted to use the 4th house to show their parenting style leaning to being more nurturing in the way they know how.  

It isn’t to uncommon seeing a parent want to raise their child opposite the nature of their 4th house when the upbringing is challenged or inconsistent. Often you see this if the 4th house is filled with enemy planets or planets that have inconsistencies.  Sometimes it comes down to the very nature of the person themselves (AKA do planets in their own 4th house fight their dominant energy and personal philosophies of life?)

The biggest gift Astrology gives you is realization and choice.  You WANT to give future children a happy home that is comfortable.  So perhaps you have learned a karmic lesson with Saturn in the 4th of how important emotional security is when raising your own family.  Every planet has two sides remember.


GIFSET MEME: Character Development - Prince Zuko

“ You know Prince Zuko, destiny is a funny thing. You never know how things are going to work out. But if you keep an open mind, and an open heart, I promise you will find your own destiny someday. ” 

Finally!! It’s here! Song written entirely by me, this song means the entire world to me from start to finish. Everything I am and everything I want to be. This is different from anything I’ve done before and I hope you’ll give it the same chance you gave me. Thank you all.

A dog is a dog even without his leash but I knew, oh I knew.. before I got your fleas

- B.B.

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Got7 as types of princes

Mark: the hidden away prince. Had a curse placed on him when he was born. Sneaks out of the palace and uses a fake name to adventure around. Sounds really good when announcing royal proclamations.

JB: the cool prince. Appears to be scary and there’s rumors that he slayed a dragon when he was three. Is actually a sweetheart that bows to palace staff.

Jackson: the travelling prince. Speaks more languages than all their diplomats combined. Very involved in politics and often goes out to visit his citizens. Everyone has a crush on him.

Jinyoung: the scholarly prince. Has read everything in the royal library twice. Funny at royal balls and has the best manners. Doesn’t return babies he’s handed to kiss.

Youngjae: the soft prince. Really awkward about royal duties. Prefers to be in the gardens or music hall. Attracts woodland creatures.

BamBam: the pretty prince. Designers would kill to dress him. Has at least four closets. Throws great parties. If he pierces his ears, so does everyone else.

Yugyeom: the nice prince. Choreographed the latest ballroom dance. Sipped champagne once and got found in the dungeons. Cares a lot for his citizens and is honest in nation reports.


Silverton, Colorado - August 1981 by Larry Syverson
Via Flickr:
I drove Colorado’s ‘million dollar highway’ from Durango to Silverson and Quary in August 1981. Being a flat-lander, the highway was very scary. A couple of times I wanted to turn around and go back. Fortunately, I didn’t. Silverton, Colorado in August 1981. It was worth the drive up!