“There are a lot of ‘going away’ songs on the record…” - Tom Waits DON’T SAY THESE THINGS, TOM.
I don’t suppose I really know you very well—but I know you smell like the...– Zelda Fitzgerald, in a letter to F. Scott Fitzgerald (via g-i-r-l-t-a-n-o)
Love advice from my mother:
katiehippiewannabe: Ahem. And I quote. “You can’t really know if you love someone or not unless you like their feet. If you think their feet are nice, you’re in love.” Thanks, mama. This is absolutely true.
masterandservant: @smiglo of course I did! Ever.
The only way down from the gallows is to swing.
that night when you kissed me, I left a poem in your mouth you can hear some of...– Andrea Gibson, Yarn (via ellielamothe) I loooooove her! (via madelinereow)
In Rome a vagina is una fica, a term deriving from the fig, a great thing, a...– Pubic hair as public space (via nodicesoldier) I’m going to start saying “Wow, that is so vagina!” now.
When you have been at war with yourself for so many years that you have forgotten why, when you have been driving for hours and only gradually begin to realize that you have lost the way, when you have cut hastily into the fabric, when you have signed papers in distraction, when it has been centuries since you watched the sun set or the rain fall, and the clouds, drifting overhead, pass as flat as...
“Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers, you cannot be happy or successful.”
What makes me love you despite the reservations?
She’s as sharp as a razor and soft as a prayer.
I recently saw a sticker that said “Socialism is great until we run out of other people’s money.” By that token, I thought: “so Capitalism is great until the rich run out of other people’s money, other people’s resources, and other people’s lives?”
I solemnly swear that I will go on a camping trip in the summer of 2012.
Dear occupy wall street, Where the permies at? What about laying some raised...– (via truthlovebeauty)
Everything is cool, now that Romeo is here.
The Rules of Permaculture →
dishliquid: Observe and interact: By taking time to engage with nature we can design solutions that suit our particular situation. Catch and store energy: By developing systems that collect resources at peak abundance, we can use them in times of need. Obtain a yield: Ensure that you are getting truly useful rewards as part of the work that you are doing. Apply self-regulation and accept...
“40-ounce in my lap and it’s freezin’ ma junk.”