foreverneilyoung:

Ramada Inn (live 2013) - Neil Young & Crazy Horse

So many years now together?
All those good times, ups and downs
So many joys raising up those kids
Well they’ve moved on now, out of town

So many times she tried
So many times she cried

Every morning comes the sun
And they both rise into the day
Holding on to what they’ve done

She loves him so, she loves him so
She loves him so, she does what she has to

She loves him so, she loves him so
She loves him so, she does what she needs to

In a Ramada Inn near the grapevine
They stop to rest for the night
Traveling down south looking for good times
Visiting old friends feels right

People they haven’t seen him forever
Since high school, Santa Jose times
Restaurant food and the bottle
Had a few drinks
Now they’re feeling fine

Every morning comes the sun
And they both rise to the day
Holding on to what they’ve done

He loves her so, he loves her so
He loves her so, he does what he has to

He loves her so, he loves her so
He loves her so, he does what he needs to

Seem like lately things are changing
Seems like lately things are going south
A few drinks now and she hardly knows him
He just looks away and he checks out

And when she says “it’s time for him to do something,
Maybe talk to his old friends who gave it up.”
He just pours himself another tall one
Closes his eyes and says “that’s enough”…

(Reblogged from foreverneilyoung)

rollingstone:

Neil Young has filed for divorce from Pegi Young, his wife of 36 years.

This makes me so sad. Neil and Pegi has always been one of those couples that proves that it is possible to stick together through anything. They probably have their reasons, but it’s still sad.

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led-lite:

One day at Loch Laggan, Iskierka and Temeraire finally get to outfit their captains…Bring on the shiny, the capes, the gold things. ALL of  it.

led-lite:

One day at Loch Laggan, Iskierka and Temeraire finally get to outfit their captains…
Bring on the shiny, the capes, the gold things.
ALL of  it.

(Reblogged from thedragondeck)

redcoatlady:

Covers of books about Horatio Hornblower:

  1. Mr. Midshipman Hornblower
  2. Lieutenant Hornblower
  3. Hornblower and the Hotspur
  4. Hornblower and the Crisis (Hornblower During the Crisis)
  5. Hornblower and the Atropos
  6. The Happy Return (Beat to Quarters)
  7. A Ship of the Line
  8. Flying Colours
  9. The Commodore (Commodore Hornblower)
  10. Lord Hornblower
  11. Hornblower in the West Indies (Admiral Hornblower in the West Indies)
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“You’ll take your barge, sir, won’t you?” persisted Bush. “Take Brown.”

Bush was like a fussy parent with a venturesome child – like a hen with one chick. He was always nervous about entrusting his precious Hornblower to these unpredictable Russians; Hornblower grinned at Bush’s solicitude.

“Anything to keep you happy,” he said.

An actual paragraph of thoughts from Commodore Hornblower, C.S. Forester. (via my-hearts-require-tea)
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När Folkpartiet plötsligt återupptar tramset om betyg i ordning och uppförande.

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vorkosigans:

Temeraire Series: In His Majesty’s Service - Part 2

But if we have more liberty than we ought,” Laurence said, after a moment, struggling through, “it is because they have not enough: the dragons. They have no stake in victory but our happiness; their daily bread and nation would give them just to have peace and quiet. We are given licence so long as we do what we ought not; so long as we use their affections to keep them obedient and quiet, to ends which serve them not at all— or which harm.”

"How else do you make them care?" Granby said. "If we left off, the French would only run right over us, and take our eggs themselves."

"They care in China," Laurence said, "and in Africa, and they care all the more, that their rational sense is not imposed on, and their hearts put into opposition with their minds. If they cannot be woken to a natural affection for their country, such as we feel, it is our fault, and not theirs.”

-A Victory of Eagles by Naomi Novik

(Reblogged from thedragondeck)

Käften nu, Björklund.

(Reblogged from gymnasielaerarna)

mamalaz:

Dancing Groot made me so happy.

(Reblogged from mamalaz)