(not entirely)

29. Gemini. Misanthrope.

leahwithanh, on the web

elinorjo:

I’m going to a wedding at a yacht club next month so I bought this dress and these shoes. I’m gonna make a guy with a yacht fall in love with me. If you want to hang out with me, do it soon, because I’ll probably be on my way to St. Kitts in a few weeks. 

Best new life plan

xvsybook:

Are you Duran Duran or BSB? Heathers or Mean Girls? Grunge flannel or girly baby tees? This is what happens when sisters of two different generations — Gen X & Gen Y — talk about the things they love…as well as the stuff they don’t quite see eye-to-eye on. Get your copy here!

xvsybook:

Are you Duran Duran or BSB? Heathers or Mean Girls? Grunge flannel or girly baby tees? This is what happens when sisters of two different generations — Gen X & Gen Y — talk about the things they love…as well as the stuff they don’t quite see eye-to-eye on. Get your copy here!

I should have re worn my rain cloud costume from earlier in the week to the parade today. Or is this how we got in to this mess in the first place?

Happy soaking wet mardi gras!

Turns out I don’t much care for making costumes and I HATE city biking so surprise, surprise Little Black Rain Cloud is the grumpiest lady at Mardi Gras

Turns out I don’t much care for making costumes and I HATE city biking so surprise, surprise Little Black Rain Cloud is the grumpiest lady at Mardi Gras

I can’t go back into the past and change it, but I have noticed my future changes my past. What I call the past is my memory and my memory is conditioned by who I am now. Who I will be. The only way for me to handle what is happening is to move myself forward into someone who has handled it. As yet that person does not exist. She has not those resources. I will have to make her as Jewish legend tells how God made the first man: by moulding a piece of dirt and breathing life into it. The dirt I have in plenty. The life I will have to draw out of lungs unused to deep breathing. 

- Jeanette Winterson, Gut Symmetries

I can’t seem to get any farther in this book because I just keep reading this paragraph over and over and over…’