The pathos of her acting comes from the sense that she… had laughed and cried more in a day than most people do in a year and was piling the excess of new feelings on the exhausted smolder of extinguished conflagrations — http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/movies/2012/11/liz-and-lindsay.html#ixzz2DOZ8Mu00
Barnes and Noble
Madness! I want my house to look like this.
(Source: urban-mouse, via coloredmondays)
The Horse Whisperer
I have so many ‘web presences’ now it’s kind of insane. I’m currently blogging at Emma getting married, setting up Two Girls Times (that’s right, you saw it here first), ignoring this one and attempting to manage five Twitter accounts. I think after I have got married, I’ll merge this blog with that but at the moment that’s far away enough for me to not think about.
My life has kind of run away with me for the last month or so. I haven’t seen my friends for ages, my room is a mess of cardboard and rumpled clothes, my phone is falling apart and today I bought a pair of shoes in two different sizes. Rahh! So many projects, such a small brain. I will get back on track at some point, hopefully.