very perfect couple: Alex Turner and Alexa Chung....
i'm surprised, but happy, at the little...
i mean, of course there’s been guys, but like, they’re definitely not my priority. the right guy will make me happy, for sure, but why do i have to wait for him to come along and put all happiness aside? i got other things to do to get this high on life: writing, friends, reading, exploring places, dressing up and make-up experimentation. when i do get too involved with the idea of...
write letters. a lot. they're the best keepsakes...
dynamiceye asked: can you please recommend me some books to read?
my room is nearly filled with all my personals...
blue old-fashioned alarm clock back on my nightstand photo frames of me and my family and friends scattered on shelves sketch/watercolor books and writing journals tucked away stationery and letters back on my desk scarves hung on my Victorian iron bedframe missing a few books, artwork, paper butterflies and dragons, and definitely clothes.
Me: ... so with the way that my career's supposed to go, i'll likely have to move to New York.
Daddy: New York, New York? Where jungles are made?
Me: *just realized he means "Empire State of Mind"*
thoughts while on my period
ow my vagina is falling off wow this is dumb wow there goes a pair of my cutest underwear im going to kill myself why wasnt i born a boy why was i born omg i bled through didnt i i hate all of you aw cute i woke up in a pool of my own blood at least im not pregnant
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is really helping me...
it’s my favorite book ever, and more than ever i can identify with its heroine, Francie Nolan. she lives in a pre-World War I Brooklyn struggling with poverty, friends, coming of age, and keeping her family together. through all this she never loses sight of her dreams at becoming a great writer. there is too much going on right now in my life that reminds me so much of this beautiful...
i really liked this saturday. and i never left the...
For Attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the...– Audrey Hepburn (via quote-book)
There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.– Ernest Hemingway (via quote-book)
So avoid using the word ‘very’ because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is...– John Keating, Dead Poet’s Society (via paulavaleria)
as a writer, i hate fine-tipped pens.
they feel restricting, even though they’re covered in ivory or have a gold pocket clip and that funny () shape. i much rather prefer writing things with a plastic, cheap, thick ball-point pen companies usually give away for free with their logo printed on the sides. they write much more smoothly and quicker whenever i need a pen. with writing, i don’t have time for being fancy. i need...