i love this
Lizzie: I wonder who discovered the power of poetry in driving away love.
Mr. Darcy: I thought poetry was the food of love.
Lizzie: Of a fine, stout love, it may. But if it is only a vague inclination, I am convinced that one poor sonnet will kill it stone dead.
Mr. Darcy: So, what do you recommend to encourage affection?
Lizzie: Dancing! Even if one’s partner is barely tolerable.
“There are people who have said that I’m being brave for being openly supportive of gay marriage, gay adoption, basically of gay rights but with all due respect I humbly dissent, I’m not being brave, I’m being a decent human being. And I don’t think I should receive an award for that or for merely stating what I believe to be true, that love is a human experience not a political statement. However, I acknowledge that sadly we live in a world where not everybody feels the same. My family and I will help the good fight continue until that long awaited moment arrives, when our rights are equal and when the political limits on love have been smashed.” - Anne Hathaway
Phone Book Swap
when I’m all grown up I’m going to live in a fantastic loft with a brick wall and one of these for my books and a photobooth somewhere and fairy lights everywhere and a permanent fort and everything will be beautiful and nothing will hurt.
Quote reads, “You shall love your crooked neighbor with all your crooked heart,” from the poem As I Walked Out One Evening by W.H. Auden. The flowers are a simplistic rendering of Queen Anne’s Lace, which was my favorite part of living in the country. Done by Josh at Tribal Rites in Boulder, CO.
OH! New favorite tattoo!!