Old music, veganism, writing, hippie college, diabetes, literature (especially the Bronte sisters, Margaret Atwood, and F. Scott Fitzgerald), ethics based on sentimentality, and a bunny named Shenandoah.
Because I am doubting that it is…
I was so much more social when I was 12… Or 6…
i cant wait for it to be fall so it can look nothing like any of these pictures
Sorry for how late this. I procrastinated really badly *shameful face*
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This is absolutely incredible! My own annotations are so erratic—I wish I had had this post late in high school or early in college.
Interviewer: What do [people] believe in?
Billy: They believe that only they can take care of themselves. There’s a real lack of community and there’s a real lack of […] soul-sharing. I think that’s why in some ways rock concerts become a strange ‘micro-cosmo’ of like, what used to be ritualistic behavior. Where people would all stand around a bonfire and sing old songs. You don’t have that really anymore, so it’s become symbolic in that sense. [x]
Ian and I visited Ernest Hemingway’s birthplace in Oak Park today. We had the kindest man as a guide in his childhood home, who took the bottom picture for us.
Sometimes I am such an unhappy turd.