Am stressed but blessed at the same time somehow
Westminster: “If you vote no, we’ll give you more powers!”
Westminster: “Well… we can’t tell you exactly what yet.”
Scotland: “Huh. But if we vote yes, we can have all of the powers.”
This is it, this is actually it simplified perfectly!
Aye For Independence!
Alba Gu Brath!
Joseph Plunkett’s letter to Grace Gifford on 2nd December 1915.
On May 3 1916 they were married at Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin. They were married for less than six hours before Joseph Plunkett was executed for his participation in the 1916 Easter Rising, fighting for the formation of the Rebuplic of Ireland.
Also, Grace was a total badass. She began using her art for political purposes and ended up in a cell at Kilmainham for three months in 1923 after she sided with the anti-treaty IRA in the Civil War. Whilst imprisoned, she painted pictures on the walls that are still there today.
She never remarried.(via letwordsfly)
be a pal and like people’s text posts. reblog their selfies. respond to their questions. even if you don’t know the answer and even if you’ve never really talked to them before. there’s nothing worse that feeling alone on a website where everyone promotes love and friendship.
these might be the two greatest photos ever taken
I second this notion