After such an aimless day, I wish I had thought about this earlier… 
"Before Sunrise" (1995)

Paris Review - The Art of Fiction No. 69, Gabriel Garcia Marquez

"The problem is that Caribbean reality resembles the wildest imagination."


La memoria del corazón elimina los malos recuerdos y magnifica los buenos, y gracias a ese artificio, logramos sobrellevar el pasado.

Gabriel García Márquez

[“The memory of the heart eliminates the bad and magnifies the good; thanks to this artifice, we are able to bear the past.”]

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"Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are"

"Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are"

The Vaccines Post Break-Up Sex
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One More Year Awesome! 

Happy birthday to me :D 

Is Our Sexual Double Standard Going Away?

a selfie for the ages

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// Story of my life//

I can divide my life in chapters according to the books that i’ve cherished the most. During childhood, there was The Little Prince, I marveled at him. I felt I understood him, understood him in that way that adults never could. Then, there was Dear Zoe, which I held on dearly, like one holds on to a darling friend. After that, there was The Book Thief. Not many other books made me feel so many feelings, and it was my constant companion in a time when I had little else. And now, there’s this unbearable lightness. I’m still not finished with it, but this is going so well. I have a real good feeling in my heart that this is the beginning of the next chapter.

The National - I Need My Girl

Absolutely beautiful