I'm 24 years old, from Germany and like several fandoms and series, especially the pairings Delena and Captain Swan.

At the moment I'm obsessed with Captain Swan and Ouat.

I'm currently watching kdramas.

I also like books, art, knitting and crocheting, pictures about landscapes, architecture, foreign cultures (especially Asia and Scotland) and animals. When I see something pretty and interessing from these topics, I will post them.

The intention of this set is to show how Mulan felt when she was taken out the army,  and to show why she thought these things about herself. In her eyes, she was constantly messing up, even if she managed to come back and fix them. (I.E. Having a spare cup, putting out the fire, climbing the pole to reach the arrow, holding the umbrella wrong, not being a perfect bride and even after beating the Huns.)
She still felt like she wasn’t someone worthwhile, she saw nothing in herself. Mulan had some flaws, but managed to overcome them while still being true to herself, and I made this set to show how even people who do good and  help others, mess up sometimes, do things unintentionally, get blamed for things that weren’t their fault, and still come out to be a strong person. Even if for a bit, they don’t think so.  You are Mulan, and you are a warrior.

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A man in Goleta, CA loves his 18 (yes, 18) cats so very much that he transformed his 4-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home into a feline playground. The $35,000 remodeling project was carried out by Trillium Enterprises who describe the house as:

"A peaceful place to getaway from it all; this four bedroom, two and a half bathroom home has been transformed into an oasis full of life. Plants, animals, playful colors, and every electronic gadget you can think of has been incorporated into every aspect of this home. From the underwater camera in the Koi pond, to the built in cat walks and fully integrated appliances this home meets every imagination."

The house now features a long spiral walkway, plenty of cat beds, climbing poles (which double as scratching posts) and lots of ramps, ledges, tunnels and aerial walkways. They also installed a new ventilation system, which probably helps make it less noticeable that so many kitties share the same home.

It’s a pussycat’s paradise. We’re guessing the humans who live in this house are pretty pleased with it too.

Photos via Trillium Enterprises

[via Nerd Approved]