I want to stand as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the...– Kurt Vonnegut
in which she interrupts the Beach Boys...
male: Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!
m: Ouch! Ouch! Ouch!
f: What?! What hurts?!
m: I don't know--what you're thinking!! Ouch!!
God is a concept.
It was one of those years that Mother Nature decided to play tricks on us—Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow and Spring came early, only to leave again as soon as it became official. So we retreated back into a state of hibernation, venturing outside only for the essentials but always under prepared. The sun had a way of making the days seem warmer, but the truth was they were...
Some years passed, but I still did not lose that sense of wonder about New York....– Joan Didion (Goodbye to All That)
Yesterday I discovered a New York-based jewelry collective called Ken + Dana Designs. Not only do they have awesome designs, but they are also “committed to ethical production + sourcing, reducing our footprint, and supporting a number of admirable charities”. For example: the GUN collection in the b-side by Ken + Dana line is “inspired by the idea of taking an instrument that...
Although I have felt compelled to write things down since I was five years old,...– Joan Didion, “On Keeping a Notebook”
in loving memory of
the first woman to ever be paid one million dollars for a role: ELIZABETH TAYLOR (1932-2011) In honor of her incredible life and career in Hollywood, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) will be doing an Elizabeth Taylor movie marathon on Sunday, April 10th—so mark your calendars!! Here are a few I’m not going to miss: 6 p.m. – Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), with Paul Newman and Burl Ives;...
i once had a dream so i packed up and split for...
wouldn't it be nice.
her: we're so fun!
him: what? what do you mean?!
her: look at us! eating peanut butter & jelly sandwiches at 4:30 in the morning!
Every time I go to Europe, I remember that James Dean never saw Europe, but yet...– Dennis Hopper.
Petition to tell the NYTimes to Apologize for... →
things i forgot to do yesterday:
1. CELEBRATE DICKER DIENSTAG—yesterday was Fat Tuesday, aka. Mardi Gras, aka. the day before Ash Wednesday/the start of Lent. Though I’ve never grown up celebrating Lent due to my (very non-Catholic) nondenominational upbringing, my German class in high school did celebrate Dicker Dienstag every year because why not have a party at school and eat tons of home cooked German food! So...
and she realized there was no time for God anymore.
(my roommate’s funny little creation)