Scenes like this— simple, honest, peaceful, nostalgic— are what I absolutely love about Studio Ghibli movies. There is such care and accuracy given to capturing everyday moments like this, that hearken back to childhood feelings of carefree curiosity and the quiet beauty of the natural world… it inspires me, so much.
Personally, I treasure my little snapshot memories of lying back in car seats on summer days, with the wind dancing through my hair, watching the mountains and clouds slowly drift by, not a worry in the world. I don’t remember much of my childhood, but I can still relate on some deep level to these moments in the movies, illustrating some small yet universal feeling that words could never quite express as truthfully.
Henry Ward Beecher (via stay-ocean-minded)
Richard Bach, Illusions (via creatingaquietmind)
why stay up all night and think about how being a human being is difficult when you can just listen to Pitbull’s Fireball and be like
I couldn’t help but to finish this one, despite the fact that i have two large-ish drawing assignments sitting in front of me. Just had to get this one out of my system before resuming on those. :) Hopefully you like Koneko-Chan as a pastel goth! Don’t forget to like her on Facebook!
army green jacket
I don’t like morning people or mornings or people
♥ Liz Lisa wardrobe ♥
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