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DREAMING IS BELIEVING

I'll be a child of the universe
Companions in the Tardis
April 25th
3:03 PM
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morgrana:

if my blog ever convinced you to watch a tv series

  1. you’re welcome
  2. sorry
2:53 PM
2:43 PM
"No one’s life seems great between midnight and 7 a.m. Go to sleep. Things will be better tomorrow."
—  (via 99lightbulbs)
2:32 PM

My poor friends txt me while I’m watching the netball and receive massive long ranting netty txts without me even acknowledging their original txt…..

"Groovy!"

1:11 PM
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ohyourstars:

Lest We Forget


April 25 - ANZAC Day


Australian and 

New

Zealand

Army 

Corps


For those of you who don’t live in the Land Down Under, ANZAC Day is perhaps one of the most important days in the Aussie and New Zealand calander - if not, the most important day. It marks the day our troops arrived on the shores of Gallipoli in 1915. But it is so much more than that. It is the day that we honour all the brave men and women who have served in our armed forces, and continue to do so. As one, we mourn the losses of those who died, give thanks for those who returned home, show our support for those who continue to struggle with the memories day after day, and celebrate the freedom their sacrifices have given us.  

We are a country that prides itself on our ability to laugh at everything - even ourselves. We pull through disasters together, and enjoy the good times as a team. We have a strong sense of mateship which is in my biased opinion unparalleled by any other nation on this Earth. I am proud to be an Australian; and I am so very grateful to our ANZACS for giving up all they have so my country could be what it is today. True, it has it’s flaws like drop bears and politicians but it is still an amazing, incredible place to live. Thank you. 

(x)

12:42 PM
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princess-pookie-bear:

We stand alone here today,
Because of who fought for us to stay.
At 4:28 the first fleet arrived
Just barely, they survived.
99 years ago they fought for our lives
Little do you know 11’000 ANZAC’s died…
They fought for 8 months
While they watched their mates die
Somehow they soldiered on
Thinking “I need to stay alive”
Many had wives, many were injured,
Many… Did not survive
You think of them of the people who went to war
I think of them as the Diggers, Fighting for our souls
The stains of blood spread over the beach
As brave young lives cut short and lost
So far from home, so out of reach
Lives cut short…Just for peace
In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row by row
Marking the place Our Diggers lay
Their family’s willowing and joining in Pray
The sun still rises over the past blooded land
The ocean still washing away the memories in the sand
Every year..On the 25th of April
We join in prayer
Praying for those who have fallen:
They shall not grow old,
As we that are left grow old.
Age shall not weary them,
Nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun,
And in the morning,
We will remember them.
-Lest We Forget-

12:20 PM
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The Band Played Waltzing Matilda

by The Pogues

toyouhellohowareyou:

Then in 1915, my country said; “Son, it’s time to stop rambling, there’s work to be done”.
So they gave me a tin hat, and they gave me a gun, and they sent me away to the war.