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Tash [Age:23] It's life, so look at it.
It's what I like to do.

pictures i like
websites i find
quotes i see
stories i want to tell
books i read
anything i want, that's the beauty of it

(ps. i'm not a cool kid photographer, but i wish i was. almost none of these beautiful pictures belong to me)

his first birthday we spent together <3 sweet sixteen

I opened the blinds.
I took a deep breath.
I reminded myself that I exist.
I let you go.

It was a routine morning.
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If Anybody Is Interested In Reading:


Winning By Losing by Jillian Michaels.

Free pdf: http://wellvideo.ru/upload/userfiles/13/winning-by-losing-kniga516903b9dfa97.pdf

Learning never stops, babies! Spread the word.

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i missss these. so good.

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so cute.

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Let me love you


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“Human life is but a series of footnotes to a vast obscure unfinished masterpiece”
Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita

as strikingly odd and uncomfortable a read as this is (or audio book if you prefer), it is undoubtedly worth the read/listen.

to put it eloquently, “To be sure, this novel isn’t for the faint of heart, but neither should prospective readers retreat to any kind of moral high ground. Nabokov, in fact, threads an unexpected and affirming emotional serenity through his portrait of obsession. His enigmatic narrator leaves us in spellbound rapture. Because for all of its linguistic pyrotechnics — as Humbert confesses, “you can always count on a murderer for a fancy prose style” — and for all its controversial subject matter, Lolita is one of the most beautiful love stories you’ll ever read. It may be one of the only love stories you’ll ever read. This is the most thrilling and beautiful and most deeply disturbing aspect of the novel — and it’s what most persuasively recommends the book — that in addition to finding Humbert’s soul on the page, we also find, like it or not, a little of our own.” —NPR’s Ellen Silva produced and edited this story.

Wanted, wanted: Dolores Haze.
Hair: brown. Lips: scarlet.
Age: five thousand three hundred days.
Profession: none, or “starlet”

Where are you hiding, Dolores Haze?
Why are you hiding, darling?
(I Talk in a daze, I walk in a maze
I cannot get out, said the starling).

Where are you riding, Dolores Haze?
What make is the magic carpet?
Is a Cream Cougar the present craze?
And where are you parked, my car pet?

Who is your hero, Dolores Haze?
Still one of those blue-capped star-men?
Oh the balmy days and the palmy bays,
And the cars, and the bars, my Carmen!

Oh Dolores, that juke-box hurts!
Are you still dancin’, darlin’?
(Both in worn levis, both in torn T-shirts,
And I, in my corner, snarlin’).

Happy, happy is gnarled McFate
Touring the States with a child wife,
Plowing his Molly in every State
Among the protected wild life.

My Dolly, my folly! Her eyes were vair,
And never closed when I kissed her.
Know an old perfume called Soliel Vert?
Are you from Paris, mister?

L’autre soir un air froid d’opera m’alita;
Son fele — bien fol est qui s’y fie!
Il neige, le decor s’ecroule, Lolita!
Lolita, qu’ai-je fait de ta vie?

Dying, dying, Lolita Haze,
Of hate and remorse, I’m dying.
And again my hairy fist I raise,
And again I hear you crying.

Officer, officer, there they go—
In the rain, where that lighted store is!
And her socks are white, and I love her so,
And her name is Haze, Dolores.

Officer, officer, there they are—
Dolores Haze and her lover!
Whip out your gun and follow that car.
Now tumble out and take cover.

Wanted, wanted: Dolores Haze.
Her dream-gray gaze never flinches.
Ninety pounds is all she weighs
With a height of sixty inches.

My car is limping, Dolores Haze,
And the last long lap is the hardest,
And I shall be dumped where the weed decays,
And the rest is rust and stardust.

- Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita, Chapter 25

speaking of movember…remember beard day? <3 you hated facial hair so much. it annoyed you more than i could ever understand. i remember one day when you were supposed to come over but you called after being late already from hanging out with friends in frederick and said you had to go back home to shave before you came over to see me. ridiculous. you were probably 3 hours late for our plans together, just so that you could shave what little stubble had grown :P you were always, and will always be, so so so ridiculous.   

missing and loving you, as always, ry. <3