I love your blog, but I feel like you answer so many questions with "it's in my FAQ" or "come off anon". I've tried to ask a question many times and have been ignored... Why only pay attention to anons? And also I feel like you've been a little snippy with question askers lately. I know it can be frustrating, but these anons that you share seem to just be inspired by you, whether they are asking dumb questions or not!
1) I’m not going to defend how I choose to answer grey faced questions on MY (see there? my? as in mine? yes yes? are we all on this page together?) blog. I treat people with faces with the same respect I would expect from them, and I treat grey faces like the comments section of a YouTube video by default. #sorrynotsorry
2) you chose to berate me about how I handle anons ANONYMOUSLY so the overwhelming hypocrisy makes me inclined to just tell you that you can suck it, anon.
little facebook chat bubble forever remindin’ me of the days before Ry & I were dating and I would see that he was online and it was only a matter of time before his little chat bubble would pop up in the corner and we’d talk for hours
“It’s a terrible thing, I think, in life to wait until you’re ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Generally speaking, now is as good a time as any.”—Hugh Laurie (via weaverofstars)
“The female doesn’t want a rich man or a handsome man or even a poet, she wants a man who understands her eyes if she gets sad, and points to his chest and say : “Here is your home country.””—Nizar Qabbani (via thatkindofwoman)
Husband just came in our bedroom to say goodbye to me, as he does every morning, and he was wearing one of my favorite light blue shirts and the mustard tie he wore on our wedding day and his beard is so cute and gosh I just love him so much.
“Nobody sees anybody truly, but all through the flaws of their own ego. That is the way we all see each other in life. Vanity, fear, desire, competition - all such distortions within our own egos - condition our vision of those in relation to us. Add to those corresponding distortions in the egos of the others - and you see how cloudy the glass must become through which we look at each other. That’s how it is in all living relationships except when there is that rare case of two people who love intensely enough to burn through all those layers of opacity and see each other’s naked hearts.”—Tennessee Williams (via misswallflower)