Saville's Dream
My name is Bria Saville.  About me:  I'm quiet, not normal thank goodness, and from Texas.  What I'm usually found doing include: reading, scrapbooking, spending time with my two dogs, watching my favorite shows/movies, going on walks, searching for delicious food, reading, and of course working for a lving.

What you'll see here is anything that catches my eye that I really like. If its just ok then I don't post it. If I don't find it meaningful, adorable, heartfelt, funny, sweet, beautifully sad, my own shared opinion, or inspiring then it won't be on my blog.

Some of my favorite things you might see more often here are: country scenery, wheat fields, poppies, sweet bro feels, medieval awesomeness, horses, adorable boys being cute/sweet/hot/perfect, bittersweet moments, h/c tv/movie moments cause I'm a addict for it, and mouth watering food.

Currently reading: The Lake at the End of the Lane, Little Woman, and A Month of Summer
Ask me Stuff!




I’d like some of these today. :)

I’d like some of these today. :)

(via thyfadingmoon)



Old Sturbridge Village -MA,  2012

Old Sturbridge Village -MA,  2012

(Source: markkimballmoulton.blogspot.com)



comtedelafere:

There’s just something so exquisitely and ethereally beautiful about his face I can’t even put it into words.  

(Source: themisanthropiclycanthrope)


posted 3 weeks ago with 41 notes (originally from themisanthropiclycanthrope)
#tom burke #men I love from afar

(via collecting-seasons)


posted 3 weeks ago with 6 notes (originally from collecting-seasons)
#october #fall #autumn

loveel-who:

http://www.farfarawaysite.com/section/musketeers/gallery.htm

loveel-who:

http://www.farfarawaysite.com/section/musketeers/gallery.htm

(via tomburke)


posted 3 weeks ago with 113 notes (originally from loveel-who)
#tom burke #athos #the musketeers #leather goodness #with a hat

Dalhousie Castle, Scotland 2 by fourthwall

Dalhousie Castle, Scotland 2 by fourthwall



"The sun’s gone dim, and the moon’s gone black. For I loved him, and he didn’t love back."

— Dorothy Parker (via comparisonswithsummerdays)