Mona Lisa and The Retelling of Reality

This is my reality.
17 & Vivacious.
Anything on my Head
Ray-gun at my hip
And a tune on my lips.
Gibson Girl.
Dancer Extraordinaire
I make it happen.
I live for myself.
I live for the now.
Vive le Pluto!
Anyway, Welcome and enjoy!


what if people’s hair changed color based on their emotions

like one day you’re out getting a cup of coffee and you notice some cutie in the back of the coffeeshop and your hair starts turning bright pink and you do you best to try to hide it but you can’t help but look over and

they’re just sitting there, staring at you, their face as flushed as their locks

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*upper middle class fucker voice* But you have [one nice thing] so how are you poor 


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  • person: so what music are you into?
  • me: are you sure you're ready for this conversation

If you simply sing the words or play the notes without feeling the music, no one will experience the song as it’s meant to be. The same can be said for the books you write. If you don’t feel the words while writing, your readers won’t truly connect with your story.

—BJ Sheldon (via maxkirin)


Things you find while making gifs is amazing.

Look how happy Harry is after Ron returns to them in Deathly Hallows. (Of course he can’t see Hermione’s facial expression to guess that she’s not impressed at all, the poor thing.)

Just look at him.


And when Hermione reacts the way she does, he doesn’t just look shocked.

He looks scandalised.


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