shan-seybert

shan-seybert

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Shan. I'm twenty-one years old, a hopeless romantic, in love with girls. Single. Straighter than a circle. I also love to help people as well as singing and photography.

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There's almost an equal split between the sexes on Tumblr - 51% male, 49% female.

shan-seybert·25 days agoPhoto

bobbyverse:

mare-moment:

horseoverheart:

horsesthatmakeuss:

horseoverheart:

Same

what happened here?

Jack (the horse) is 28 years old and instead of putting him in a turnout pen during the day we just let him roam the property. He usually sticks around the barn, grazing or just standing around. But his favorite thing to do is lay down in various random spots that he feels are comfortable. Every morning after they drag the arena footing he goes and flops down in the soft dirt. Whenever we get a new shipment of shavings you better believe Jack is right there rolling in them once the truck leaves.

This was one of his ground-softness-testings. The aisle is all rubber so it’s not hard but I doubt it was very comfortable. Jack would beg to differ.

R u sure that cat did not defeat horse in battle

Most 28 year olds would have their own place by now but whatever Jack

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shan-seybert·a month agoText

emopizzarolls:

If you ever feel bad just remeber there is a gif of me floating around tumblr of when I was 8 and I sat on the escalator and knocked down a table of jewelry at macys

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shan-seybert·2 months agoPhoto

americasgreatoutdoors:

If the conditions are just right, you can see a spectacular sight at Congaree National Park in South Carolina. These “rainbow pools” are not a sign of pollution, but a natural occurrence that can be caused by one of two things. Many times they are the result of decaying vegetation, especially cypress cones and needles, that release their natural oils. The other cause can be bacteria breaking down iron in the soil. Combined with very still waters, a few days without rain, and the correct angle of the light, and you can see shimmering colors floating on the water. Photo by National Park Service.

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shan-seybert·3 months agoPhoto

chewbacca:

ZOMBIELAND DOUBLE TAP (2019) dir. Ruben Fleischer

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shan-seybert·5 months agoText

howls:

i wanna be hugged for like, a week straight

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