realityvsdaydreams

Abby
18
Cardiff University

Music.Chocolate.Family.Friends.NailVarnish.SkinnyJeans.Poetry.NoteBooks.
Posters.Books.Radio.Boots.SeaSide.Frankfurt.Camara.Summer.
Vienna.Home.Cats.Converse.Dancing.Red.Green.Purple.Theater.Drama.
- Just some of the things that make my world go round.

Colbie Caillat - Dream life, life

'All I want is a dream life, life.'

Fashion is about change. It’s about youth. It’s about aspiration. It’s about what’s going on in the world. It’s a blend of many things that are happening, coming from many different directions. You have to be tuned in all the time.

—Ralph Lauren (via caryrandolph)

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Twist and Shout

Can’t help but make you smile. Even on the greyest of days… :)

Oops??

I can’t decide whether to feel guilty or not right now!

I mean yes. All men have the potential to be pigs (well so does everyone), whether they are or not is another matter entirely.

So I get this message from the guy via facebook. First I’m convinced he’s been facebook rapped by one of his mates trying to get at me and wind me up. So being the lovely person I am. I decide to share the message with my friend. This resulted in a status update and a not entirely fair public conversation about the message, although I didn’t actually say the conversation had anything to do with any message until the last comment. Minutes after which I received another message from this guy saying it was his cousin messing about. Which okay fair enough.. we all have cousins willing to go to great lengths to harrass us. But what sort of cousin would know I have exams and am really stressed about them - hence why I thought it was a mutual mate who might know that - it would have been more believable. And the final thing he said was ‘sorry for the inconvinience’ I mean hello! - who says that!

I can’t decide whether I should feel bad or not. I mean, did he see the conversation between me and my friend? Did HE really send the message? And if he did, what on earth did he want!?

Okay, most likely is that I’m just reading into this waaaaay too much and it meant nothing… ah well! I should just stop reading…

In the end
these things matter most:
How well did you love?
How fully did you live?
How deeply did you let go?

—Siddhārtha Gautama (via kari-shma)

(Source: kari-shma)