My friend just made a list of reasons why I am a...
Here is the list with my commentary: listens to and frequently discusses obscure music of which NOBODY within a five mile radius has had the privilege of hearing this is inaccurate as I have shared my music with many wears capris in january. e.g.: today (they were not capris. they were J Brand Earhart “Flight Pants.” I don’t think this statement is helping my case.) is...
How do I mute the voices in my head and just get things done?
I wish I could have stayed in that moment forever.
I am clearly a dumbass. xoxo
Word vomitted in just about everyone's face today!...
I want to stay out and watch the stars with you.
I am ready to pour my sad little semi-creative soul onto my Moleskine. You probably can’t even fathom how excited I am.
My Moleskine and Ed Sheeran album just came in the mail. :)
The whole secret of existence is to have no fear. Never fear what will become of...– Buddha
Yesterday was the last day of school, yet fucks are still being given about school… Who am I?
I think I may have found my musical soulmate. Wow.
I try to maintain a healthy dose of daydreaming, to remain sane.– Florence Welch
I was so lost but now I believe.
I've never been so happy on a rainy day
remindmetothankyou replied to your post: If you opened up to me, I could have helped you…. shirt. Correct.
Enough of this crap about him. I’m done. I’m so done. But there’s just a little left. I love a day after I realize that I’m done trying, he makes the smallest gesture that makes me want to rethink things. All I need is some more time.
If you opened up to me, I could have helped you. But I guess not. I guess we’re nothing. We’ll never be anything at all. Except acquaintances. Or even less. I’m not even sure what this is anymore. All I know is that we are not friends. I don’t even know why I am concerned or even thinking about you at this point but I am.
I need a clean slate. There is so much cluttering my mind. I feel like it’s preventing me from moving forward.
I’ll be that one if you let me.
I am in love with the aethetics of the album artwork and booklet of Florence + The Machine’s “Ceremonials.” Pages and pages of beautiful photography juxtaposed with handwritten lyrics. The last two pages contain words: a beautifully written commentary by British writer, Emma Forrest, in a round circular, friendly, yet classic font., followed by album credits, and Florence...