Fuzzy Animal Friday!!
You have many faces and they are all adorable.
Hello @wkavanaugh @clarissacrab @ashelbyc @stealingsand #lilacGATSBYday is lace filigree and bows. Did I do good?
Hyperbole and a Half: Depression Part Two -
I’m not the right person to say “wow, this is so accurate!”. That ain’t mine to claim. But damn, this a powerful post.
You might also want to read this post first if you’re a long-time Hyperbole and a Half fan rather than just tuning in now.
It’s like reading a diary entry about myself.
If you read one thing today, read Hyperbole and a Half.
Please read this, seriously.
(Source: tastefullyoffensive, via shorterexcerpts)
All I ever did to that apartment was hang fifty yards of yellow theatrical silk across the bedroom windows, because I had some idea that the gold light would make me feel better, but I did not bother to weight the curtains correctly and all that summer the long panels of transparent golden silk would blow out the windows and get tangled and drenched in the afternoon thunderstorms. That was the year, my twenty-eighth, when I was discovering that not all of the promises would be kept, that some things are in fact irrevocable and that it had counted after all, every evasion and every procrastination, every mistake, every word, all of it. — Joan Didion, “Goodbye To All That,” Slouching Towards Bethlehem (via commovente)
Hello Donating blood requires tights and platform sandals.
Hello Sometimes a girl needs to walk around the city.
If I watch one more training video I’m going to shank someone.
Hello Chicago moon,
a reminder that it rises here, too.
Hello Black on black velvet smoking slippers.
Ad astra per aspera. —
Latin for “Through hardships to the stars.”
My new life motto.
If you want to be a creative person, then you’re gonna have to be creative in how you put your career together. There isn’t a path. Part of the creativity is making your path. — Alec Soth on creating a career in photography, and how he pays the rent today. Read our full interview here. (via nedhepburn)
Why Do NPR Reporters Have Such Great Names?
Radio figures Ira Glass, Sylvia Poggioli, Neda Ulaby, and others have inspired restaurants, pets’ names, license plates, and songs.
Read more. [Image: Reuters]
Hello name phenomenon.
Don’t mistake comfort for happiness. Comfort can sometimes just be a more pleasant word for fear. — Thought Catalog (via thedailycourtney)
(Source: elizablr, via a-golden-bird)