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Anonymous asked: What do you do when you're feeling down? I'm in a rut I just can't seem to bring myself out of.

thatkindofwoman:

Drink a favored drink, then dance barefoot in you apartment. Make bread. Hug all your friends and tell them you love them. Work on something.

Today, I painted part of my offices, then cleaned some of the old pipes, cleared out some grime. I cry, but only to really beautiful things, like french films and old love letters. Write a horribly honest letter to someone, then tear it up to little pieces. 

Wash your face with just hot water and a tiny bit of peppermint soap. Look at pictures of a handsome man, whom you find nearly irresistible. Resist him. Dance some more. 

Put on lipstick, and mark your glass. Wash your sheets, and your towels. Wear a robe and read a book about love and loss. Move your furniture around. Go to sleep. Maybe. 

disimba:

Alden Indy Boot
My most wanted boot ever.

disimba:

Alden Indy Boot

My most wanted boot ever.

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pronunciation | kin-tsU-kU-roi

other-wordly:

pronunciation | kin-tsU-kU-roi

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foodophiles:

Fettuccine Alfredo with Shrimp & Vegetables

foodophiles:

Fettuccine Alfredo with Shrimp & Vegetables

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Painfully average looking with a great sense of humor and always down to get drunk

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