Sara. Pop-culture aficionada, book person, and procrastinator-in-chief who shares a lot of traits with Chandler Bing.
Sometimes I like to pretend that I know how to write decently and/or how to make graphics as well. Lately, I've been tending to be «my own fandom» (thank you, Silvestria).
(P.S: The gif is by cherry-in-wonderland).
April 17th
00:00

Hello, dear followers and friends!

How have you been?

I’m sorry I’ve been so absent but I haven’t been on the computer much or when I do it’s not with time enough to spare for tumblr.

I’ll reply to your messages soon, I promise. Thank you so much for not forgetting me. <3

I’m so glad Mad Men is back (I may or may not have squealed a bit when Don was on the ‘roller thing’ at the airport) and a bit mad at Hannibal for you know what. 

Have a lovely day and I hope to see you very soon.

April 16th
22:30
Via

thebloggerbloggerfun:

I really like how Pushing Daisies is this older show and the fandom just made a recurrence out of no where.

It’s almost like

They came back from the dead.

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goodfuckingcoffee:

packs 2 hours before leaving for a trip

unpacks 3 months after coming home

ninagarcia:

NYFW FALL 2014 - DELPOZO

April 15th
22:30
Via

Kate Winslet
Photoshoot Great Performers
per la rivista The New York Times
(febbraio 2009)

April 14th
22:30
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"Someone once told me that human beings have three dimensions: how you see yourself, how others see you, and how you want others to see you. The closer the distance between the three dimensions, the more at peace you are and the more stable you become."
—  Marwa Rakha, The Poison Tree (via perfect)

Léa Seydoux for L’Express Styles, February 2014

misscrawfords:

patsan:

darkblueyank:

"The problems of your past are your business. The problems of your future are my privilege."

That was a wonderful line, and I think it suits Matthew, and Matthew and Mary’s story, very well :)

I thought of them at that line too. It is a beautiful sentiment and fits them very well.

misscrawfords:

patsan:

darkblueyank:

"The problems of your past are your business. The problems of your future are my privilege."

That was a wonderful line, and I think it suits Matthew, and Matthew and Mary’s story, very well :)

I thought of them at that line too. It is a beautiful sentiment and fits them very well.