So It Goes....
Liz // 22 // Student // Writer // The following is a compilation of images, ideas, and texts that inspire my writing projects--I may even include personal creations from time to time. // Currently reading: The Mysteries of Udolpho by Ann Radcliffe.
I really hate sleeping without you.
six word story. (via couple-platonic)
My worst fucking fear is being cheated on by the only person I want to wake up to every morning
Daddy taught me sometimes this happens and mommy taught me to be strong when it does (via madcowmaiden)
Be with someone who would drive five hours, just to see you for one.
(via nicolezai)

flyartproductions:

Tell me something: where your boss at?

Martin van Meytens, Marie Antoinette (age 12) 1767 / Diva, Beyonce

Foucault

literarystarbucks:

Michael Foucault goes up to the counter and orders an iced coffee. Is his choice a product of his past or his present? Aren’t we all just at the whim of the power structures that control our society? Should we abandon this Starbucks and take control of our own beverages? What do we know about coffee? What do any of us know about anything? The barista, not surprisingly, quits her job.

I remember it as October days are always remembered, cloudless, maple-flavored, the air gold and so clean it quivers.
Leif Enger, Peace Like a River  (via chardonette)

teamrocketing:

before humans and dogs were friends who fixed dog ears when they went inside out

peircethebvbjackie:

•BISEXUALITY IS NOT A PHASE

•FEMINISM IS NOT ABOUT BEING BETTER THAN MEN

•RAPE IS NOT ENJOYABLE

•SEXUALITY IS NOT A CHOICE

•ANXIETY IS NOT “CUTE”

•EATING DISORDERS ARE NOT A BODY TYPE

You only missed my voice
when nobody else called you.
(via shnpayh)

arcadiainteriorana:

Homeward Bound
John Atkinson Grimshaw (British, 1836–1893)

Oil on board, 55.2 x 43.8 cm.
Private Collection.

When a local government’s very existence depends on its citizens breaking the law — when fines from ordinance violations are written into city budgets for the upcoming year as a primary or even the main expected source of revenue — the relationship between the government and the governed is not one of public officials serving their constituents, but of preying off of them. When the primary mission of a police department isn’t to protect citizens but to extract money from them, and when the cops themselves don’t look like, live near or have much in common with the people from whom they’re extracting that money, you get cops who start to see the people they’re supposed to be serving not as citizens with rights, but as potential sources of revenue, as lawbreakers to be caught. The residents of these towns then see cops not as public servants drawn from their own community to enforce the laws and keep the peace, but as outsiders brought in to harass them, whose salaries are drawn from that harassment. The same goes for the judges and prosecutors, who also rarely live in the towns that employ them.