Now the agony begins; now the horror has seized me with its fangs; How bridge...– Virginia Woolf,The Waves. (via fuckyeahvirginiawoolf)
This American Life 339: Break-Up →
nprfreshair: Every time I’ve gone through a major relationship upheaval in my life (aka the last several weeks….) this archival episode of This American Life has made me cry and laugh. Enjoy!
I briefly remember the girl I used to be become the woman I still try to be;...– Jackie Langetieg, from “Once Again I Fail to” (via the-final-sentence)
pizzafoot: Laughter yoga video challenge: expressionless face What a babe.
That is why beauty, unlike the other aesthetic qualities, the sublime included,...– Arthur C. Danto, from The Abuse of Beauty: Aesthetics and the Concept of Art (thanks, passionofashkan)
Rebecca: Did you have fun last night?
Me: I did.
Rebecca: Oh, good.
Me: I think I'm getting too boring for parties though.
Rebecca: No, you're not.
Me: I feel like I can't do them properly anymore.
Rebecca: You had no shirt on.
Me: That's just because I like being topless.
Had my first “adult” break-up, which is to say there was no crying and no meanness. It all ended as well as it should for a short period of feeling happy around someone new. It also marked the first time I was the one to say “this isn’t working for me”. More importantly, it reaffirmed that I am a hopeless, die-hard, squishy little romantic. I find no other way to...