23 7 / 2014

I’m not sure why but reading through some topics in my sexuality workbook has given me a greater appreciation, love and affection for Josh. Suddenly I’m just in this literal ‘friendly’ mood. Like our conversations don’t have don’t so deep and serious and really.. I don’t know.. “boyfriendy” and get be light hearted and.. normal?

I’m just really happy and grateful he is in my life and I am in his. Just happy to have him all around. 

23 7 / 2014

My Mom seems to have a lot of people going through struggles. Her friends and family. I wonder if it’ll be like that for me when I’m around that age. If its something that happens to just about everyone around that time. It makes me sad for her. She has a lot on her plate at the moment. I’m hoping things get better and that I can give her as much support as I can.

23 7 / 2014

burgertv:

get it

I’ve literally danced exactly like that…by myself.

burgertv:

get it

I’ve literally danced exactly like that…by myself.

(via whodattbooty)

23 7 / 2014

Seriously, when nerds get together it is like the greatest thing ever.

19 7 / 2014

instagram:

Face to Face with Scotland’s Shaggy Highland Cows

For more photos and videos of Scotland’s shaggy cattle, follow @murn_eilidh_kate and browse the #highlandcow and #highlandcoo hashtags.

Long-horned and remarkably shaggy cattle graze throughout the rolling hills of the Scottish countryside, capturing the hearts of visiting and local Instagrammers alike. Officially called the Highland cow, the breed is also known by its name in the Scots language, kyloe, and by the affectionate name of Highland “coo” for its pronunciation in the Scottish accent.

The cows are more than just a shaggy coat with horns for 17-year-old Scotland Instagrammer Murn Cameron (@murn_eilidh_kate), who works with her family on the Dunach Estate farm near Oban. “The cattle are really inquisitive and curious about humans, and they want to interact with us,” she explains. “They all have different personalities a bit like humans. The calves are very cheeky—and adorable.”

Murn takes her phone with her into the fields, capturing the cattle in all their different colors. “I have a soft spot for the red ones myself,” she says. “People joke and say it is because of the similar hair color as I am ginger, and I must say they may have a point!”

Moo Moos!