Beverly Katz + Vincent Van Gogh
The thing that I admire about Ms Katz is her disposition - and it made me choose Van Gogh. There is something so comforting in the brushstrokes, there’s an understanding of death, a perception of madness - yet no anger or fear; the light shines upon the troubled waters.
dammit zeller you broke our special agent with your bad puns
you know once hannibal gets caught and they all realize he’s a cannibal most people are going to be super traumatized. but there will be this one person who just starts laughing hysterically because they finally got all of hannibal’s jokes
lets be real here if i was in hannibal i would be that person
~ Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha (via theblackquill)
My grandmother would come over for brunch once a month. My dog would always be locked in my parents room because she enjoyed jumping all over guests and after one rather unfortunate cut, the risk never seemed worth it. But all the same after having only been there around 20 minutes my grandmother turns to my dad and says, “Where’s Bailey?”. He points to the ceiling, “Up there” he says. My grandmother has a face of horror. She’d thought my dad had been saying that our dog had died.
I wish my grandmother was really just up in the bedroom.
did i ever tell you guys about the time my english class decided to play ‘never have i ever’.
and i was the first one to have ten fingers down.
like how shitty of a game are you playing if i win
nicki minaj acknowledging girls without vaginas
“Not fond of eye contact, are you?”
“Eyes are distracting. You see too much. You don’t see enough.”
/waiting for Bev to come back and fix this mess
u r beautiful to me
And perhaps the most paradoxical thing of death is that life goes on after it.
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