stitch + seed

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Yves Montand watching Marilyn Monroe who’s watching Arthur Miller who’s watching Simone Signoret who’s watching Yves Montand

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Yves Montand watching Marilyn Monroe who’s watching Arthur Miller who’s watching Simone Signoret who’s watching Yves Montand

sixpenceee:

Lake View Cemetery: The Haserot Angel 

It’s called the Angel of Death Victorious. Due to an effect of weathering and erosion on the bronze, the statue appears to be weeping black tears at all times. 

(via soapamine)

The dog is not trying to save the fish. Jesus, people.

veruschkaka:

In the show, the Reeds are pretty annoying. BUT in the book they are a lot loveable and they have a cool bacstory. I’m pretty proud of myself for this dreamcast/fancast, becouse it would be more than perfect!

P.S.: You know nothing Jon Snow

i’m sad the gyllenhaal’s aren’t the reeds now. i love this. 

poison303:

Babes in Toyland, 1989, New York City, by Pat Blashill @http://patblashill.com

poison303:

Babes in Toyland, 1989, New York City, by Pat Blashill @http://patblashill.com

(via grungebook)

all the advantage this life’s got on me… picture a cup in the middle of the sea…

(Source: ev4eva)

portraitsofboston:

     “I’m getting married at the end of the month, but marriage itself doesn’t mean anything to him or me. People ask us, ‘Are you excited for this next step?’ but to us, it’s not another step. We’re doing it because it makes sense legally, but it’s not going to change anything for us. We’re not even doing our own vows—there’s nothing we’ll say on our wedding day that we haven’t already said. I tell people that we’re so committed to each other that there isn’t any ‘next level’ for our commitment, but people say, ‘Oh, things will change. You’ll see.’ I find that very condescending.”     “Do you have any other reasons for getting married besides the legal ones?”     “I also think it’s the best way to communicate to people what we are. I always struggled with words and didn’t know what to call him. I never liked calling him my ‘boyfriend’ because it sounds a little juvenile, and I don’t like ‘fiancée’, either. For a long time I didn’t think I would like the word ‘husband’—it sounds stale and traditional. But now I’m excited to call him my husband.”


this is nearly verbatim how i explain my marriage.

portraitsofboston:

     “I’m getting married at the end of the month, but marriage itself doesn’t mean anything to him or me. People ask us, ‘Are you excited for this next step?’ but to us, it’s not another step. We’re doing it because it makes sense legally, but it’s not going to change anything for us. We’re not even doing our own vows—there’s nothing we’ll say on our wedding day that we haven’t already said. I tell people that we’re so committed to each other that there isn’t any ‘next level’ for our commitment, but people say, ‘Oh, things will change. You’ll see.’ I find that very condescending.”
     “Do you have any other reasons for getting married besides the legal ones?”
     “I also think it’s the best way to communicate to people what we are. I always struggled with words and didn’t know what to call him. I never liked calling him my ‘boyfriend’ because it sounds a little juvenile, and I don’t like ‘fiancée’, either. For a long time I didn’t think I would like the word ‘husband’—it sounds stale and traditional. But now I’m excited to call him my husband.”

this is nearly verbatim how i explain my marriage.

(Source: portraits-of-america)