The Woes of a Struggling Fangirl

18 years old; eldest of four children; senior; dedicated Potterhead, Narnian, Ringer, Cumberbitch as well as many other fantasy fandoms; aspiring author and screenwriter

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Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireas na daoine.

People live in one another’s shelter.

—   Irish Proverb (via introspectivepoet)




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“Everyone has always said I look like Bailey, but I don’t.
I have grey eyes to her green,
an oval face to her heart-shaped one,
I’m shorter, scrawnier, paler, flatter, plainer, tamer.
All we shared is a madhouse of curls
that I imprison in a ponytail
while she let hers rave
like madness
around her head.
I don’t sing in my sleep
or eat the petals off flowers
or run into the rain instead of out of it.
I’m the unplugged-in one,
the side-kick sister,
tucked into a corner of her shadow.
Boys followed her everywhere;
they filled the booths at the restaurant where she waitressed,
herded around her at the river.
One day, I saw a boy come up behind her
and pull a strand of her long hair
I understood this-
I felt the same way.
In photographs of us together,
she is always looking at the camera,
and I am always looking at her.”

—   Jandy NelsonThe Sky is Everywhere (via feellng)

the real struggle in 2004


the real struggle in 2004

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“To me, the greatest pleasure of writing is not what it’s about, but the music the words make.”

—   Truman Capote (via feellng)


trying to run away from my problems like


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Why do my parents yell at me for not fucking cleaning my room like I could be out doing crystal fucking meth and banging 7 people at once but all I do is run a blog, watch movies, eat food, use the bathroom and occasionally ask them to drive me somewhere I’m not that hard to care for. 

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im just gonna marry my lava lamp