“That is human nature, that people come after you, willingly enough, provided only that you no longer love or want them.”
― A.S. Byatt, Possession
they’re getting soooo much better!
—my main bitch’s response to me observing that her jingles are sounding a lot like bon jovi these days.
“They are not brave, the days when we are twenty-one. They are full of little cowardices, little fears without foundation, and one is so easily bruised, so swiftly wounded, one falls to the first barbed word.”
― Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca
corn-mazin on a Monday. (Taken with Instagram at Wagner Corn Maze)
happy friday, dudes.
tonight we are throwing a slumber party.
and then we are walking over to the balloon fiesta from my new house at like 5:30 or some other frightening time when the sun is still asleep.
and then we will prolly be arrested for being too naked or too drunk or too much of both.
guess we will just have to find out what booze and herb and staying up all night will result in.
until then, enjoy this tasty lick.
i’m gonna go get breakfast in my fall boots now.
also, you guys are the greatest.
NEW VIDEO! The first of a four-part series made in each of the states that have marriage equality votes this November, this short shares the experiences of same-sex couples who want to get married in Maine.
They have the same challenges, responsibilities, and aspirations as any other couple—but they are strangers in the eyes of the law. That’s why marriage equality is so important: it aligns personality reality with legal reality, as a simple matter of fairness.
The series is produced in association with The Four, a social media campaign to support marriage equality in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington State. Find them on Tumblr here: http://TheFour.com.
If you think this issue is important and like the film, please reblog.
Please watch and reblog. <3