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this place where you are is pretty spectacular.

for-a-fool:

Frank Ocean ~ “Strawberry Swing” 

"wow you’re eating all that for breakfast? you eat soo much, i’m jealous! no that’s a compliment, i’d be soo fat if i ate like you!"

like in what universe is this an acceptable and complimentary thing to say

disposable memories, 2/x

" I need someone who
Sees the fire in my eyes and
wants to play with it. "

- Haiku by l.s.f.   (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: despawndent, via thatkindofwoman)

disposable memories, 1/x

I was telling someone about my commute on a rainy Tuesday last summer, and he told me that riding the train in the rain sounded romantic, like something out of a movie. I laughed, and told him that it wasn’t so much romantic as it was damp.
But it is beautiful, I’ve never been able to deny that. Not beautiful like you’d find in the Louvre or magazines, but beautiful the way life is when you realize This is it. Beautiful the way it is when you understand that the scraps and absurdities that make up our day to day actually make up our whole lives. Because our day to day is all we have. Thanks to the spring rain, the world is finally turning green again, and if that’s not a miracle I don’t know what is.
So today, I hope you love it. I hope you love your commute, and your long hours. I hope you love who you come home to, and I hope you tell them so. I hope you are romanced by the world around you: the way the rain falls, the eyes of a girl in the subway, the architectural details of the office building on the corner. Somebody built that. I hope you hold fast to passion and strip down to authenticity. I hope you work like the bird building his nest: determinedly, and singing all the way home. And when the spring rain kisses your cheeks, I hope you blush as green as the earth in April.

praise for the small things in life… like easy updos on monday mornings.

blueberry vanilla iced coffee 😍

fuel for a looooong afternoon of writing my heart out.

" Too many young women I think are harder on themselves than circumstances warrant. They are too often selling themselves short. They too often take criticism personally instead of seriously. You should take criticism seriously because you might learn something, but you can’t let it crush you. You have to be resilient enough to keep moving forward, whatever the personal setbacks and even insults that come your way might be. That takes a sense of humor about yourself and others. Believe me, this is hard-won advice I’m putting forth. It’s not like you wake up and understand this. It’s a process. "

so a bowling date kind of sounds really fun right now? like split a pizza and spend the night drinking cheap beer and goofing around in weird shoes at the local alley? yeah?

(Source: intra-meant, via lyonsbrandon)

The cherry blossoms are a really big deal in DC. To some degree, it’s because they are beautiful and fragile and short lived and you have to see them right now, and partially it’s because of their history, but I think mostly it has to do with this collective sense of holy shit winter is finally over thank god. The crowds were wild, but I think it’s kind of nice that thousands of people want to get outside and spend a couple of hours looking at trees. Everybody and their mother was down at the Tidal Basin today, holding hands and enjoying a stroll in the sun that has been a long time coming. We’re done hibernating - until Tuesday, at least, when the temperature drops back down into the thirties (but let’s not talk about that).

flannels are stripped off the bed, laundry’s in, windows are open, and i’ve got a glass of lemon water by my side. spring has arrived, everything’s in bloom, everybody’s in love, and i’m feeling great.

hark! a wild megan in her natural habitat (coffee in one hand, camera in the other)

(Source: unexplainablejoy, via flyingmind)