Monthly Archives: December 2012

“I’d never seen a guy my own age play the piano. It was like sex and musical theature fused together.” -E. Lockhart


I’m currently re-watching this movie for the umpteenth time. Still the best.


“I’ve been on a lot of imaginary dates. Never filmed any of them before.” – Alex Day

I have been a rubbish blogger lately. I have a legitimate excuse though. My computer broke. Serious. It won’t turn on at all anymore. So I had to wait for boxing day to get a cheap, new laptop. And now I’m back.

“We always see our worst selves. Our most vulnerable selves. We need someone else to get close enough to tell us we’re wrong. Someone we trust.” – David Levithan

30 Days of Books

Day 26 – a book you wish would be written

They’ve already been written (see: John Green, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Kasher in the Rye, Chelsea Handler, Nora Roberts, J.D Salinger, David Foster Wallace, Maureen Johnson, Lori Foster, Janet Evanovich, Tucker Max, Diana Palmer, E. Lockhart, Nancy Drew, Melina Marchetta, It’s Kind of a Funny Story and Ann M. Martin)

“I am not really sure which parts of myself are real and which parts are things I’ve gotten from books.” – Beatrice Sparks

30 Days of Books

Day 25 – favourite autobiographical/biographical book

All of Chelsea Handler’s books. Mindy Kaling’s Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me and Other Concerns. Sarah Colonna’s Life As I Blow It. Tucker Max is incredibly crude, but I seriously love all of his books. Kasher in the Rye (Kasher, not Catcher people) by Moshe Kasher. I like comedy? Can you tell?

“It could have been like a fairy tale. But fairy tales aren’t real. Things don’t work like that. There’s a price for everything.” – Maureen Johnson

30 Days of Books

Day 24 – a book you later found out the author lied about

Let me first state two things:

This list is becoming a bit ridiculous.


  1. Prose literature, esp. short stories and novels, about imaginary events and people.
  2. Invention or fabrication as opposed to fact.
If fiction is a story that is not true, one would argue that ALL fiction books are lies. All inventions of the mind. All stories woven with words that hold no truth. If they’re opposed to fact, they’re opposed to truth. Truth is fact. Fiction is essentially a lie. But it’s a lie we’re all willing to believe.
Now what?

“And most importantly, don’t ever, ever, trust John Mayer. Because your body is not a wonderland.” – Grace Helbig

I must apologize for the lack of blogging lately. I’m working an extra 15 hours this week. Which doesn’t really seem like a lot, but it’s tiring and I honestly haven’t really felt like doing anything besides sleeping and watching youtube videos.. So I figured I might as well make a list of my top ten youtubers.

1. the Vlogbrothers

John and Hank Green.

2. Danisnotonfire and AmazingPhil

Dan Howell and Phil Lester

3. Jenna Marbles and Maxnosleeves

Jenna Mourey and Max

4. DailyGrace

Grace Helbig

5. Charlieissocoollike

Charlie Mcdonnell

6. Fashionrocksmysocks

Rhiannon Ashlee

7. BeautyCrush/RickyRichardsTV

Sammi Maria and Ricky Richards

8. My Drunk Kitchen

Hannah Hart

9. Michael Aranda

Michael Aranda..

10. You Deserve A Drink

Mamrie Hart

reading recommendation: franny and zooey – j.d salinger


adventures of an old soul

Peas and Cougars

If real life were a cartoon, I would be a triangle, which is probably better than being a square.


adventures of an old soul


By Amy Purfield-Clark

Liesl Made

like handmade, but better.

Favorite Things, Family Life, Fun Projects

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I Swear We Were Infinite.

"I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night."