Family and food
After a while it gets old
Please, just let me leave.
— Michelle K., Body of Maps (via emmamarlar)
Lovers, Sunday Morning at Champs-Élysées, Paris, 1951 (Bert Hardy)
Avery and Luke and the audience share this one moment. They’re the only people that really know what happened in that moment … the way it gets spun is that Bradley becomes the hero. It’s not the way the story really happened, it’s the way the story’s told … We grow up in this world where everything’s heroes and villains and it’s just so black-and-white … but it’s so grey really and I wanted to just have that character be this guy who had this toxic shame that everyone else saw as a shining light and just see how that would erode somebody over time.
Turns out being alone all night does not motivate me to get any work done.
Time for movies and cookies and sleep.
Woman of the Year (1942)
— Tunisian Proverb (via cavum)
Do not let your tongue mention someones faults,
You are also full of faults; and people have tongues too.