This wouldn’t post last night because I don’t have internet yet in my place and the 4G is lacking at best, but here is a sneak peak at my new apartment! This be the kitchen wall in my new place. Flying pigs in kitchens? Is that o appropriate? I donno… I love it. It is coming together nicely. And i was spinning workingman’s dead last night for the first time and it really made it feel like home. Now to hoop for the first time :) here’s to new beginnings and solo apartment living! Ps, more pictures once the place is all set!
if you sleep in a bra i probably don’t understand you fundamentally as a human
1. Harry Potter Series — I was Harry’s age when the first one came out and sort of got to grow up with him
2. The Hobbit - J R Tolkein — i finally started warming up to that fantasy stuff
3. The Giver - Lois Lowry — one of the early books that really made me think about life
4. The Outsiders - SE Hinton — another early book that had me thinking too much and wondering why she had to pretend to be a guy to publish a great novel about young kids and cultural differences
5. The Dear America book series — historical fiction is sort of like killing two birds with one stone AND it was a young female perspective? check
6. The Things They Carried — Tim O’Brien — this might be my favorite book of all time. Some things are truer than the truth.
7. The Book Thief — Markus Zusak — if there is one more fiction or nonfiction book about the Holocaust people should read, i think it is this one
8. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close — Jonathan Safran Foer — This one let me know it’s okay to cry while you read and it’s okay to cry in general
9. Kitchen — Banana Yoshimoto — This one opened me up to the world of Japanese literature, and oh what a weird and wonderful world it is
10. Another Roadside Attraction — Tom Robbins — this guy is like the psychedelic version of the Beatniks and he is brilliant, and this book sent me on a long strange trip to try and read all his works. I’m still truckin’
-The Dharma Bums - Jack Kerouac
-To Kill A Mockingbird - Robert Mulligan
-The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chbosky
-Sirens of Titan - Kurt Vonnegut (this one should actually deserves a spot in the top ten, but brains are weird and i just thought of it now)
PS: This is an ever evolving list.
Andrew W.K.’s party tips are v v important to me.
This is the homepage for my brother and his fiance’s wedding page….if you play the song, it is “My Heart Will Go On”. I AM DYING. THIS IS FUNNY PEOPLE. IT’S FUNNY.
the-frizzle-fry asked: its not aboot fittin in its aboot bein comfortable wherever the fuck you is.
About to put an ad in the newspaper that reads:
Cute straightish girl seeks cute straightish girl to hang out and cuddle. Possible kissing involved.
I’m starting now to realize that I never really quite fit in anywhere