“Everyone has a story to tell, but everyone doesn’t have a story to publish.” This is very interesting.
Akita City: Week One →
It’s fascinating to walk into a grocery store and buy things based SOLELY on what they look like. I bought a drink today. I knew it was a green tea drink, because I bought one before that was like it, and it was green tea. But I literally have no idea what things are until I eat/drink them. And even then I’m not always sure…
10 Unconventional Bookstores →
Moving from Tokyo to my actual city today. WHICH MEANS real lif starts. Orientation isn’t real life. Even Tokyo isn’t really like real life. I’m tired of repacking bags and then not finding the socks I want and living out of tiny bottles of shampoo because that’s all the American airlines allow. I have 96 pounds (according to the airport scales) of stuff waiting in my...
'The Truth About Kissing' — A Tiny Story
hitrecordjoe: there are times when girls kiss for fun, and boys kiss only when they mean it. ——- Who wants to illustrate this? text found here. 24 hours to get your Tiny Stories vol. 1 contribution in. Click here to join the collaboration!
It’s all in bags. Finally. Finallyfinallyfinally.
All of my stuff will not fit. It just will not. I’m going to cry. And I’ll probably fell better after that.
Packing*Packing*Packing I have too much stuff. Or too little space. One or the other.
The Constitution works because we follow it... →
I like too many things and get all confused and hung-up running from one falling...– Jack Kerouac (via misswallflower)
True, true, and true
wwnorton: “Since the birth of the form, novelists have had a long love affair with the female heroine—specifically, with creating a likable, strong character who then gets smacked down by the prehensile tale of her vulnerability.” — Maggie Nelson, The Art of Cruelty
I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life’s a...– Maya Angelou (via misswallflower)
I have absolutely no idea how this system works.