Right on. Right fucking spot on.
"The Dignity of Work", by Jen Sorensen
i just want a fun car to drive to yard sales
Y KANT TORI TUMBLE DRY LOW?
CHOKE ON THE 90S KIDS! EAT IT!
1. I don’t like folding laundry or talking about my emotions. I’m likely to leave both scattered all over.– Things to know before promising you’ll stay (via perfect)
2. I’m not much for cooking but there will always be coffee.
3. I’ll wear anything of yours with sleeves. I love when they’re long enough to wrap around my hands.
4. Sometimes the world is too harsh, too big. It’s hard to leave the house on days like those.
5. When I was sick as a kid my mom would run a bath for me and wash my hair. It was always so soothing. Maybe you could do that every once in a while.
6. I find it difficult to finish most things. My room is home to countless journals of incomplete thoughts.
7. I won’t love you any less in December. I think my heart just wasn’t meant for the cold.
8. I never truly know why I’m crying so don’t bother to ask, simply be there.
9. There’s whiskey in the medicine cabinet.
10. If things get terribly bad, please don’t give up. Get me in the car and drive to the sea. The waves beneath my toes will wake me up and I’ll be yours again.
Some idiot on a Vegansaurus FB post just claimed that vegans are subject to just as much discrimination as gays.
And y’all wonder why everyone hates you?
I’m not gay or a vegan, but I’m going to agree with you on that. Ridiculous.
A skeleton of a mother, and her baby, who both died during her pregnancy.
Lake Shore Drive — Mies van der Rohe (1951)
Mies fotografiado por Slim Aarons, en 1960. Chicago, Estados Unidos.
Mies with his 860–880 Lake Shore Drive Apartments in the background