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littlethoughtsandlittlewishes:

And we can stay in bed all summer.

littlethoughtsandlittlewishes:

And we can stay in bed all summer.

littlethoughtsandlittlewishes:

A love once new has now grown old.

littlethoughtsandlittlewishes:

A love once new has now grown old.

littlethoughtsandlittlewishes:

Midnight In Paris

littlethoughtsandlittlewishes:

Midnight In Paris

So come climb into the passenger seat with me, and let’s drive down south. We can have the wind in our hair and nothing but the highway in front of us. Let’s pause only when we’re hungry or when we’ve run out of gas. We’ll stop at diners boasting fifty cent coffee in neon letters and at gas stations overrun by weary families and truck drivers who have miles to go. We’ll stop — no, we won’t stop. We won’t stop for anything until we get to the bottom, until we’re standing at the beach with the smell of the ocean in front of us and gumbo cooking behind us. We’re outlaws, pioneers, lovers, companions, triers of new things, witnesses of god or whatever it is we think we see out there. We won’t talk, we won’t touch, we’ll just be there, and we’ll be in love, not with each other, but with the unknown, with the things we can’t see and don’t understand.


Come do this with me because I want to explore with you. I want to see new things with you, to wander alongside you with our eyes as wide as children’s and our hearts just as free. I want to walk next to you down roads we’ve never walked on before and hear words we’ve never heard spoken before. We will touch things, taste things, and it will all be new. You’ll be new, and so will I. It doesn’t matter that I don’t know you, that I’ve never met you before, but I saw you today on the street — just for a moment, just before you turned the corner — and I want to explore with you.

— Carrie Laski, I Want To Explore With You (via littlethoughtsandlittlewishes)

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More people were in love with her than with any one I’ve ever known. She had that power — she enjoyed things. She wasn’t beautiful, but — I don’t know how she did it. She often spoke in broken sentences and seemed very sad. Yet she got on with every kind of person, and then she made it all so amazingly — funny.

— Virginia Woolf, from The Voyage Out (via littlethoughtsandlittlewishes)

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Because it’s the halves that halve you in half. I didn’t know, don’t know, about the in-between bits; the gory bits of you, and the gory bits of me.

littlethoughtsandlittlewishes:

Because it’s the halves that halve you in half. I didn’t know, don’t know, about the in-between bits; the gory bits of you, and the gory bits of me.
I got lost in him, and it was the kind of lost that’s exactly like being found.

— Claire LaZebnik  (via whiskyandboy)

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“I never thought it was possible to love anybody so much or quite so completely, or that anybody should be so wonderfully abundant and prodigal to me in everything I’ve wanted most. As we have settled down and become firmer in our minds, and more peaceful in our hearts, our life together has become so unbelievably beautiful.” - Laurence Olivier

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The sign of intelligence is that you are constantly wondering. Idiots are always dead sure about every damn thing they are doing in their life.

— Vasudev. (via 1000graces)

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Temperley London Spring 2012 Details

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Temperley London Spring 2012 Details

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