Fate doesn't care about plans

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25 and still in my awkward teenage years.


Snapchat selfies just in case my phone says peace out you’re never gonna see these again. 

Also I’m super technology illiterate, so you don’t even have to bet money that I’ll fuck up this update.

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#aaaand SCENE 

When you have to delete pretty much everything on your phone just to get iOS8

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#I have the smallest amount of gigs ever on this phone  #help me upgrade 

audreyhepburnfacts:

Top 15 Dress Countdown for Audrey Hepburn by ihideinmymusic

#8. Black Lace Dress with Matching Jacket Worn in How to Steal a Million, 1966
Designer: Givenchy
If you don’t like lace, you may not like this dress ensemble, but if you’re like me and you do then you likely think this is ultra chic. In fact, lace is one of my favorite things in fashion, and apparently it is for many people as a lot of them favor this dress and its accessories. The black dress is sleeveless with a beautiful black Chantilly lace overlay and a matching black Chantilly lace jacket. Although the top professional photograph doesn’t show it, Audrey accentuated her waist by tying a satin bow around the jacket, even with the main dress having its own black belt, in order to better define the waist. With the satin belt around the jacket, the shape of the dress looks a lot nicer in the film.The bottom of the solid black bodice of the dress fits more closely at the leg and hip but the lace overlay is more A-line which adds a nice silhouette. She wonderfully accessorized with black kitten heels, textured hosiery, glittery eye makeup, white gloves, and most importantly, one of the most exquisite black masks I have ever seen. I do love this dress and jacket a lot, but it’s the mask that always draws me in, which is why I ranked the dress as I did. That mask should’ve won its own Oscar. Regardless of my obsession over the mask, it’s a famous dress and outfit because of the stunning lace used. It certainly won over Peter O’Toole.

GORGEOUS!

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#I NEED THIS DRESS PLEASE  #hello halloween costume 
"I do not need someone to complete me. But if you wanted to, we could walk next to each other into whatever is coming next."
Meghan Lynn  (via elauxe)

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#true love isn't about a wedding  #it's about this 
221cbakerstreet:

charlotteiq:

jade-cooper:

sarah-belham:

"The Favorite" by Omar Rayyan

Favorite what? Demon?!

Loving the fact that whatever it is is wearing a matching flower.

18th century Lilo and Stitch

221cbakerstreet:

charlotteiq:

jade-cooper:

sarah-belham:

"The Favorite" by Omar Rayyan

Favorite what? Demon?!

Loving the fact that whatever it is is wearing a matching flower.

18th century Lilo and Stitch

(Source: atomicgardens, via itellyouwhut)

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#reblog for the flower  #and lilo and stitch comment 
Anonymous asked: So world traveler, where was the first place you flew on an airplane?


Answer:

The first place was Washington DC, but as I typed that I remembered we had a layover in Detroit, so let’s go with that.

I was 17, and we went to DC for our senior class trip. I sat next to my cousin on both flights there, and I had a rosary and said prayers during the whole fucking flight haha.

The only time I’m reeeeaaaallly catholic is when I fly. My little prayers are keeping that plane in the air, physics be damned.

Also I realize how boring this post and answer is, and I apologize. I’m completely burnt out on school and being responsible for 65 other college kids who just want to fuck each other and I’m the only one going THAT’S A TERRIBLE IDEA.

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grapnel:

Robert McGinnis illustration and finished cover for Never Kill A Client by Brett Halliday, ca. 1962.

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#mostly because they pay very well  #pulp fiction