This is for everyone who isn’t feeling quite themselves today/haven’t for a while: you can do this, & this might be coming from just a silly stranger on the internet, but I believe in you all. I know times are hard right now & nothing is making sense, but it’ll be okay, just try to stay as calm as you can & listen to the songs that make you want to dance like there’s no tomorrow, draw what you are feeling, sing your heart out, take a nice warm shower & make yourself a brew, pick a book at random & start from the end this time, play with lego or watch a game show, it’ll take your mind off things, talk about how you’re feeling, to your pet, to your parent, or a friend, or me, talk to me if you like, I’m not much of a help but I will listen to what you have to say & will help anywhere I can. This is extremely hard, but you can do this, lovelies, have a little faith in yourself. I love you all an awful lot & I’m here if needed.
I really want to see Bonobo again in November, but no one I know is even interested & I’m scared to go to London by myself & it is his last show of the tour. Someone please come with me, I’ll even try to get you a ticket.
Why am I doing everything except what I should really be doing?? Why is my body & mind purposing trying to avoid this so much? What is even happening to me? Why does my underwear match my socks on a lazy/bad day? Those are all good questions that I don’t have the answers for.
Anonymous asked: What is your sexuality if you don't mind explaining?
I don’t really know. I have a love hate relationship with people. All people.
cexulean asked: Hey, you seem pretty awesome and we have similar tastes (at least in movies) so I was wondering if you could recomend me any books? Preferably not too new because I live in Argentina and nothing comes here. Where are you from?
Awww, hello there! I’m from England & oh wow, that’s so lovely! & of course! (: Well here are some of my favourite books that aren’t relatively new, so I hope that you manage to find any you find particularly exciting!
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Beautiful & the Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, White Oleander by Janet Fitch, Interview With A Vampire by Anne Rice, Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult, Letters To A Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Suskind, The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Zafon, 1984 by George Orwell, Little House In The Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder, Tales of Ordinary Madness by Charles Bukowski, Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom, The Poetry of Pablo Neruda, Possessions by A.S. Byatt, The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa, Submarine by Joe Dunthorne, The Mills on the Floss & Silas Marner by George Eliot, A Pinch of Snuff by Reginald Hill.
I’ve recently started reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo/Män som hatar kvinnor by Stieg Larsson, because I watched the film a few weeks ago & really enjoyed it, so I want to read the entire Millennium trilogy.