You Don’t Think That I Don’t want to be here either? Stop Being So God Damn Selfish! You wanted me to Come Back home Right? Well why is it that I haven’t seen you for more than i week since I came Back? I NEVER Wanted to come back. So Fuck Off. I HATE THIS HOUSE, I HATE THIS TOWN! I Should i have never left Switzerland.
The truth is… I know I will never be ready for any of this. Which is why I’m going after all of it.
Sophie you are the Bestest Friend I could have ever asked for. You been there for me since day one. You listened to my hours of ranting about my fucked up situation back home, About my shit hometown. You have walked me through every step as I lost my grandmother. You always know when I’m upset, and take time to comfort me. If I don’t get married by the time I turn 30, would you marry me because you know everything about me. You know I could never intentional hurt anyone, I would fall on my own sword before I would lye to anyone, and loyalty is cursed in my families bloodline by the king we so foolishly once served. I love you schatz, I wish you weren’t so far away T^T
In Installation of 4200 Strings of Rice Grains bySayaka Ishizuka
The villagers of Inakadate aren’t the only ones getting creative with their rice. Japanese artist Sayaka Ishizuka is showing new work at Pearl Lam Gallery in Shanghai. “Life Threads” is a walk-in installation consisting of, among other things, 4200 handmade strings of rice grains hung from the ceiling. The work, which took 18 months to complete, looks like rain pouring down onto the earth and being collected in old antique bowls and jars. There is a strong sense of life and interconnectedness throughout the entire piece, given how closely rain, rice and life are intertwined with each other, especially in Asian cultures.
Life Threads is on display through August 23, 2014.
"Lizzy, you NEED to care because there are too many people who don’t"
Those are the best words he could have ever shared with me. No matter how much it hurts, I have to care.
I wish she was right here sleeping next to me. Maybe then I could get so sleep.
I needz cuddles, I feel so alone T^T
God I really am beginning to hate my job at Pier 1, but unless i plan on going back to selling drugs I need to keep this job.
Moonlight Camp - Greenough, MT, USA
Combining the facilities of an upscale resort with all the fun and excitement of camping, Moonlight Camp in Montana is an ideal destination for glamping holidays. Nestled in the scenic Blackfoot Valley, the campsite is part of the exquisite Resort at Paws Up and consists of 6 beautifully appointed safari tents. Equipped with en-suite bathrooms, luxury beds and heated slate floors, all units boast beautiful rustic decors with wood and leather accents, earthy colors, and lots of charming details. In addition to the multitude of activities offered, guests have access to a characterful dining pavilion where haute grilled cuisine is served in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life (2011)
"Eccentric Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s intriguing art installation at the David Zwirner gallery in New York tussles with a tough concept that most of us have a difficult time wrapping our heads around – infinity. Her “I Who Have Arrived In Heaven” installation features infinity rooms that let visitors take a step into an enchanting and endless space." - Bored Panda
Let me be here