Anonymous asked: thank you for being such an incredibly unique, sensitive and inspiring human being <3 sometimes you voice things i have felt before but have never been able to put into words. plenty of people are creative but you're more than that, you have so much empathy to offer the world and we all really need it.
he was becoming a bundle of contradictions: a person who loved to travel but...– Jennifer New Dan Eldon: The Art of Life
yeah. well. maybe let’s put a pin in your mid-life crisis and go dance.– omg jessa i need you in my life.
chaiivee: i am a mess today and i love it i feel me in every untamed and stray hair with no push up suck in flattening i am free shrugging my shoulders to the world just try to ruffle my feathers go ahead you’ll feel the smoothness the realness the i-accept-this-ness of beauty that strays from expectation
oh my lord. why am i like a magnet for guys trying to make small talk with me that center around bashing women’s appearances on t.v. shows - women who don’t have appearances that fit the impossible criteria for “beauty” in our society but are confident and successful despite it. gross.
larmoyante: n. the smallest measurable unit of human connection, typically exchanged between passing strangers—a flirtatious glance, a sympathetic nod, a shared laugh about some odd coincidence—moments that are fleeting and random but still contain powerful emotional nutrients that can alleviate the symptoms of feeling alone.
i’m missin’ on everyone.
topographe: It’s been a good while since I found myself in a place of jaw-dropping beauty. Snoqualmie pass connects the East side of the state to the West, twisting and tunneling through the Cascades. In the mountains I feel the most at home. Traveling to the ocean is a vacation, but traveling to the mountains is a homecoming, my bones settle back down into their proper places and the air is...