Me when I’m forced to go anywhere.


Me when I’m forced to go anywhere.

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a ferocious beast

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I’ve been thinking a lot about what people deserve from other people, like, whether they deserve to know if you have feelings for them, or if you’ve been friends for years, whether they deserve to be the one you go to when you need to talk to someone, or whether they deserve to know what your home life is like, or whether they deserve to know how fucked up you really are.

We have this notion that, at some point, people earn access to these parts of us. But at what point? At what point do we feel like we owe them? This kind of thought process has always troubled me because I’m naturally a very private person, and sometimes I don’t feel like I owe anybody anything. If I choose them, I choose them because I want to, not because they deserve to be chosen.

I think at some point we need to stop expecting people to give pieces of themselves. Those precious pieces may be all they have left, they may be the bones holding them together. And you are not entitled to that, not one bit. You only deserve what you’re given.

You Don’t Deserve Anything | Alex L. (via splitterherzen)

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in florida we dont say “i love you” we say “morgan & morgan. for the people," which is more than just a motto; it is a business philosophy and a way of life.

and i think that’s beautiful.


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Ricky Wilson

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Oh god it’s been so long since I saw this line up.


Oh god it’s been so long since I saw this line up.

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“The guidance of a cultured human being will always beat the click of a mouse.” Elliot Perlman (via thecryingoflot69)




One of the best things about tiny houses are the sleeping lofts. This quick selection of images (sourced from this-little-house.tumblr.com) evoke the feeling of climbing into a top bunk at camp and cozying up under the eaves for a good night’s rest.

I think part of the fascination with tiny houses generally is the feeling of staying in a vacation cabin, where distractions and responsibilities are few and only the most basic elements are available or brought along. Simplicity is restful, and so is coziness. It’s natural for us to seek out cozy, protected places like these to sleep.

want need

I actually felt my blood pressure lower as I looked at these.




I need to reblog this again because this cat’s face

you can see it counting down from ten in its head

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