William Shakespeare, Coriolanus
fiona apple, you are my biggest inspiration in this whole goddamn world
i bought this dress because first of all, treat yo self, and secondly, shopping for clothes puts me in a better mood.
i always need a bigger size than what i usually wear when i wear dresses because my breasts are apparently big??? idkn, but whatevz this looks cute on me and i look hella cute.
although i feel like my hips are too big, but i’m trying not to think about that i love dresses but i always feel uncomfortable in them because of my body
it’s been sunny today, which is the first time in weeks, and it’s windy but i actually prefer that over snow. which is strange, cause i’m not a big fan of summer. i do love winter and always have. i guess the snow just made me feel more locked in than i already did this winter. in seven days my boyfriend and i have been dating for five months, which is the longest anyone has ever put up with me. in 21 days, i’ll be 21 year old. i’ll be working, so it’s another important day i’ll be missing out on.
i’ve got a headache, but later on my boyfriend and i are going to go for a walk. i hope that’ll put me in a better mood, cause shopping for clothes didn’t particularly help.
Another thing about kids: Years ago, I was thinking about whether or not I wanted to have any. I wondered if I actually didn’t want to, or if I just worried that I wouldn’t be able to put their problems in front of mine. So I volunteered at UCLA’s occupational therapy ward, where there are lots of kids with autism and OCD and emotional problems. I went there so I could be around a bunch of kids who would say things that hurt my feelings. I just wanted to prove to myself that I could not break down and cry at everything, and that I could just help somebody else. The one thing I really remember was that when we would take them out of the hospital for a walk around campus, they would freak out the most when we were waiting for the elevator. I remember the guy at the elevator said to himself, “Transitions are the hardest.” And I said to myself, “Transitions are always the hardest.”
I grew up watching this. I will always love this show for all that it has taught me. And especially this character.
also, happy 8th march!
Bleeding is an incredibly eye-catching sand sculpture by Québec City-based artist Guy-Olivier Deveau that features a resting head boasting undeniably surreal elements. Rather than depicting a calming, serene scene of a giant, slumbering head, the piece focuses on an open-mouthed man’s head, seemingly screaming, lying on its side with one half of his face eerily distorted.