“Just be fucking honest about how you feel about people while you’re alive.”
— John Mayer (via citruscephalopod)


New Outtake of Tatiana Maslany for Vanity Fair (x)

New Outtake of Tatiana Maslany for Vanity Fair (x)

fiveyearseasick:

Won’t be awake much longer.
Tiredness has hit me like Tyson.

§ a character I’ll always love with all my heart §
"Olivia Dunham. FBI."

Life of a lesbian: a summary.

“Thank you…for gracing my life with your lovely presence, for adding the sweet measure of your soul to my existence.”

“He felt warm and familiar. He felt solid and safe. I wanted to cling to his shirt, bury my face into the warm curve of his neck, and never let go.”
— Becca Fitzpatrick, Crescendo (via kvtes)


“I had no intention or really desire to do film and television. I moved to New York just to do theater, but then when Spring Awakening was happening, we were getting attention from the film and TV world as well. It peaked my interest and when I did Taking Woodstock, I started to become fascinated by it. When I auditioned for musicals, I would always be so excited to do the scene, but the songs would always stress me out. The acting was something I really connected to, so I felt really at home doing film and TV. I just felt more comfortable acting than I did singing.” (x)

“I had no intention or really desire to do film and television. I moved to New York just to do theater, but then when Spring Awakening was happening, we were getting attention from the film and TV world as well. It peaked my interest and when I did Taking Woodstock, I started to become fascinated by it. When I auditioned for musicals, I would always be so excited to do the scene, but the songs would always stress me out. The acting was something I really connected to, so I felt really at home doing film and TV. I just felt more comfortable acting than I did singing.” (x)

“For what it’s worth: it’s never too late to be whoever you want to be. I hope you live a life you’re proud of, and if you find you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start over again.”
— F. Scott Fitzgerald   (via marcescentfleur)