Italics Mine

August 20, 2014 | 02:41 PM | 208 notes

rachelfershleiser:

Some Tumblr ladies answering the call of the tacoorbeerchallenge!

I hereby tag EVERYONE.

I ate tacos for lunch and then I donated to The Abortion Fund. I have to go write an essay about a Margaret Atwood paragraph now, so I can’t spend any more time trying to post the proof. But I swear I did it!

And you should consider doing it, too.

August 20, 2014 | 01:12 PM | 76 notes

Okay, dudes, here are the pants. Honestly, can I wear these in public? Is this a Hannah-Horvath-style please-dress-better-for-your-body-type situation, or are they cute?

August 20, 2014 | 12:50 PM | 17 notes
Hey, guys, I got these shoes and these pants.  The shoes are HOT.  The pants? I can’t decide.  Patrick says they look like pajamas.  (Not true—-too fitted to sleep in!) I say they’re cool but maybe for a woman without hips or an ass who has a lot of tattoos and maybe drinks Kambocha and puts her son in handwoven shoes from Italy.
Do you think they’re cute?  I can post a photo of me wearing them if needed.

Hey, guys, I got these shoes and these pants.  The shoes are HOT.  The pants? I can’t decide.  Patrick says they look like pajamas.  (Not true—-too fitted to sleep in!) I say they’re cool but maybe for a woman without hips or an ass who has a lot of tattoos and maybe drinks Kambocha and puts her son in handwoven shoes from Italy.

Do you think they’re cute?  I can post a photo of me wearing them if needed.

August 20, 2014 | 10:44 AM | 13 notes
Self-portrait of the author at Book Passage in Corte Madera.

Self-portrait of the author at Book Passage in Corte Madera.

August 20, 2014 | 09:40 AM | 31 notes
wordbookstores:

John Williams. For readers seeking a quiet university drama, a dark American western, or an epistolary novel set in classical Rome, or, oh you know, just amazing writing . 

I need to get AUGUSTUS!  (You can order online from WORD, you know…)

wordbookstores:

John Williams. For readers seeking a quiet university drama, a dark American western, or an epistolary novel set in classical Rome, or, oh you know, just amazing writing . 

I need to get AUGUSTUS!  (You can order online from WORD, you know…)

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