"   But relying on one person for your every need is so dangerous. One set of hands isn’t enough to keep you from falling.   "
-Sarah Addison Allen - Lost Lake (via missliteraryali)
"   Eby knew all too well that there was a fine line when it came to grief. If you ignore it, it goes away, but then it always comes back when you least expect it. If you let it stay, if you make a place for it in your life, it gets too comfortable and it never leaves. It was best to treat grief like a guest. You acknowledge it, you cater to it, then you send it on its way.   "
-Sarah Addison Allen - Lost Lake (via missliteraryali)
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connie-awanderingsoul:

Lost Lake June 22, 2013
"   They made her think of her grandmere, who had lost her husband and two of her sons in the war. She had cried every day for a year, walking the same stretch of road from her home to the train station, waiting for them to come home. Her tears fell as black stones to the ground, and to this day those stones lodged in car tires and let all the air out slowly in a wail.   "
-Sarah Addison Allen, Lost Lake (via quoted-books)
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"   After you finish a book, the story still goes on in your mind. You can never change the beginning. But you can always change the end.   "
-Sarah Addison Allen, Lost Lake (via quoted-books)
"   She understood that the hardest times in life to go through were when you were transitioning from one version of yourself to another.   "
-Sarah Addison Allen, Lost Lake (via booksquoteslove)
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whore-for-couture:


Tadashi Shoji S/S 2015 at NYFW

Haute Couture blog :)
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aseaofquotes:

Haruki Murakami, Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World
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maudelynn:

"Elena Makowska"  by Marcello Dudovich, c.1918
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