hydeordie:

I can’t begin to even wrap my head around the loss of Deborah Sussman.  She was a mentor, a genius, an artist, a designer and a friend. She lived the fullest of lives, traveling, working, creating and bringing joy, color and laughter to everyone she met. Los Angeles wouldn’t have been the same without her and it will not be the same after this.

Miss you de bo. 

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7daystheory:

He’s always on point.

I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy

because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless

and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that.

Robin Williams (via skateeofmind)

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How old was i when mama died? (To kill a mockingbird, 1962)

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canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

“They have crappy jobs, bad apartments with terrible roommates who have even more terrible boyfriends, and almost no money. What they do have is each other, and the creativity that comes with their presumed liberal arts degrees to embrace whatever situation they find themselves in. It’s far more entertaining—and, let’s be honest, realistic—than most recent television and film portrayals of young women. They’re not obsessed with jumpstarting their confusingly trendy cupcake business, like on Two Broke Girls, or trying to get/stay famous in a glamorous big city like on pretty much every reality show. Their lives kind of suck, and they need to do something to distract themselves. Every day.”-Stephanie Butnick, Tablet Magazine

canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

They have crappy jobs, bad apartments with terrible roommates who have even more terrible boyfriends, and almost no money. What they do have is each other, and the creativity that comes with their presumed liberal arts degrees to embrace whatever situation they find themselves in. It’s far more entertaining—and, let’s be honest, realistic—than most recent television and film portrayals of young women. They’re not obsessed with jumpstarting their confusingly trendy cupcake business, like on Two Broke Girls, or trying to get/stay famous in a glamorous big city like on pretty much every reality show. Their lives kind of suck, and they need to do something to distract themselves. Every day.”-Stephanie Butnick, Tablet Magazine

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eliohouse:

05. Mom snacks

eliohouse:

05. Mom snacks

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Pretty, thug. Pretty thug.

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