Snow kissed me last night until my mouth was sore. He kissed me so much, I was worried I’d Turn him with all my saliva. He held himself up on all fours above me and made me reach up for his mouth—and I did. I would again. I’d cross every line for him. I’m in love with him. And he likes this better than fighting.

Carry On - Rainbow Rowell

Rumor has it that our founding editor George Plimpton was once called upon to give a commencement speech at Bennington College. Instead of bringing an armful of platitudes about inspiration and the future, he brought an armful of fireworks—maybe more like a truckload of fireworks, actually. There was one for each graduate, each carefully labeled. Rather than intoning from behind a podium, Plimpton set off the fireworks one by one, shouting each graduate’s name just before the rockets went screaming into the sky.

2nd may 2016 :
[69/100 days of productivity]

taken from my ig: @study.relief // congratulations to harry potter for defeating voldemort today! ahaha on another note, i “defeated” my first official and FINAL IB exam paper today ~ and i have 13 left to go now! i’m going to be memorizing quotes and themes like crazy tonight + highlighter ✨✨


Pioneering Cartoonists of Color (2016)

“Syndicated cartoonist and illustrator Tim Jackson offers an unprecedented look at the rich yet largely untold story of African American cartoon artists. This book provides a historical record of the men and women who created seventy-plus comic strips, many editorial cartoons, and illustrations for articles. The volume covers the mid-1880s, the early years of the self-proclaimed black press, to 1968, when African American cartoon artists were accepted in the so-called mainstream.

This project strives not only to record the contributions of African American artists, but also to place them in full historical context. Revealed chronologically, these cartoons offer an invaluable perspective on American history of the black community during pivotal moments, including the Great Migration, race riots, the Great Depression, and both World Wars. Many of the greatest creators have already died, so Jackson recognizes the stakes in remembering them before this hidden yet vivid history is irretrievably lost.”

By Tim Jackson 

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Isn’t it strange that you actually know nothing about me? You do not know about my favourite books, you have no idea what I like to do on rainy sundays or that I enjoy listening to classical music when there is a storm outside.
You don’t know about those memories I love the most or that I could talk about philosophy all day.
—  // so why do I believe that we met for a reason?
Clueless is one of the best films of the ‘90s because Cher was honestly such a nice, good-natured person. If she was a typical, indifferent, popular bitch, that movie would have never worked.

Cher’s kindness and compassion and sweetness screams out through every point of that movie.  

She is, quite honestly, despite her spoiled upbringing, a very good, decent person. 

She should be a brat. But she isn’t. Not really. 

That’s why Clueless is so amazing.