petrichor - keaton henson

pet·ri·chor: a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather

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Forgive. Forget. Fake it. Chin up. Wear lipstick, make lists, make sure your voicemail isn’t full. Mix protein shakes, send timely thank you notes, sip drinks more slowly, stare at adults’ eyebrows, smile without dimples, develop perfect posture. Be gracious, be kind, eliminate self-pity. Look in the mirror and shift your internal monologue from ‘How do I look?’ to ‘This is my face,’ from ‘What the hell am I doing?’ to ‘This is my life.’ Capitalize your emails, read the news, walk briskly, stay focused, and never, ever let on that you are somewhat lost and sometimes lonely and so completely confused (and would someone please just let me know what it is I’m supposed to do next, where exactly I’m supposed to go–). Just keep going. Go, and do not stop.
― Jennifer Schaffer, A Checklist For The Age 19 

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Pro Tip: Instead of having feelings, try being dead inside. Everything is still horrible but you will not care at all.

Things that shouldn’t offend you: profanity, the opinions of others, Jesus followers who smoke and drink. Things that should offend you: poverty, drone strikes, famine, daughters being bought and sold.
― Brett Thatcher  (via triste-sirene)

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I feel okay now.

Eat like you love yourself. Move like you love yourself. Speak like you love yourself. Act like you love yourself.
Tara Stiles  (via yourclassyslut)

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How do I get started in something?
How do I get better at something?
― (Seriously, if there was a shortcut we’d all be using it)

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Storm Song | Phildel

I’ll send a storm to capture your heart
And bring you home

She imagines him imagining her. This is her salvation.
Margaret Atwood - The Blind Assassin (via cockkkkkkkk)

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