Rumpled up perfection. I love how ordinary moments are nothing short of extraordinary which, is why I try to savour each one and not let the moment pass me by. #dontchasetherabbit The way my shoulders burn when I dip my paddle into the water again and again is smoothed over by the breeze against my freckled skin. #dragonboating. I miss the mountains and the ocean when we are separated, a west coast girl through and through. #vancouver. The energy exchanged when your at a live show is something that has been constant in my life. #localmusic. Fighting the good fight towards equality #feminism #gender stratification. I'm inspired by beautiful things. #fashion #moodboards. I am held together by the brilliant people in my world. #family #besties. Here are my thoughts strewn on these pages as I stumble through lived experiences of life, love, loneliness and the pursuit of happiness. #prose. I love to create conversation make sure you drop me a line in my #ask box. I do not own any of the images unless stated please see all source links. The writing is mine unless otherwise stated. #disclaimer
"It’s time to change, we deserve to see a range, all our toys look just the same and we would like to use our brains."
This video made my morning. Empowering girls to the tune of the Beastie Boy’s. My type of empowerment :)
I wish that I could cut the pain out. Or at least open it up so it could breath. Allowing it to drip out. Would that rush give me back a bit of my self, the part I feel I have lost? Draining the tension trapped in the wrinkles of my brain. Or in the crevices of my black heart. Sometimes it spills out in words or salt. But mostly stays hidden under the best performance of my life.
So this is me swallowing my pride,
Standing in front of you saying, “I’m sorry for that night,”
And I go back to December all the time.
It turns out freedom ain’t nothing but missing you.
Wishing I’d realized what I had when you were mine.
I’d go back to December, turn around and make it all right.
I go back to December all the time.
Marlon Brando, Jr. was an American screen and stage actor. He is widely regarded for bringing a gripping realism to film acting and is generally considered to have been one of the greatest and most influential actors of the 20th century.