Reading The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, which is the perfectly perfect reading material after the emergency room episodes the past month — the first being the infamous “Nicai hit a car” accident that almost sliced my foot in half (okay I kid, it sliced the skin cause it got caught in the plate number) and the second one being the “Nicai randomly collapsed in the...
Imagine if money - paper bills, bonds, checks, credit cards - have memories. If they were gained by illegal means, they can’t be spent.
The way to love anything is to realize that it may be lost.– G. K. Chesterton (via larmoyante)
Open Letter To
Summer’s always hard for me and you know that. I’ve been okay but if it weren’t for several disturbing episodes of some of the series I’ve been watching, I wouldn’t have remembered. I know that there’s nothing I can do to make up for my extreme negligence (and that’s the understatement of the century) that cost you, well, everything. It would be unfair...
Empty lights and playing in the dark A borrowed face from a lover, past When affections were true; Equally blind Light bouncing off Mirror to mirror Face to face
She was bored. She loved, had capacity to love, for love, to give and accept...– William Faulkner, The Town: A Novel of the Snopes Family (via larmoyante)
A single person is missing for you, and the whole world is empty.– Joan Didion, The Year of Magical Thinking (via agelessdaughter)
18 Microwave Snacks You Can Cook In A Mug →
Perfect for a dorm room. Or for not a dorm room. WHOEVER COMPILED THIS SHOULD BE GIVEN PLUS POINTS IN HEAVEN
My dad’s an accountant, one aunt is a banker and another is an entrepreneur, so I guess it’s in my blood to like money. I’m not a money expert but here’s some stuff I live by: 1. Live way under your means. If this means dressing up like a hobo or not having nice things you don’t need anyway, then at least you have assurance that you won’t go hungry for the...
My relatives and I live in a duplex. When I was in elementary school, I used to visit my aunt’s room all the time to try out her new shoes. She had several racks, just filled with shiny, high-heeled, sparkling shoes. I’d try all of them one by one and walk around the room. I would always stop by in front of the mirror so I can see how they fit my feet. Of course, they were bigger but I...