through smiling eyes;

24ish. amateur mug collector & tea enthusiast. daydreamer & aspiring traveler.

anniephantom:

love food like liz lemon loves food

love others like leslie knope loves ann perkins

love yourself like mindy lahiri loves herself

and rock your careers like all three of them

Being X.O. put Winters into daily contact with Nixon, by now battalion S-3. They hardly could have been more different. Winters grew up in a middle-class home; Nixon’s father was fabulously wealthy. Winters had not gotten out of Pennsylvania in his teenage years; Nixon had lived in various parts of Europe. Winters was a graduate of a small college; Nixon came from Yale. Winters never drank; Nixon was an alcoholic. But they were the closest of friends, because what they had in common was a dedication to the job at hand, and a remarkable ability to do that job

I hate being the friend that never bails on anything and then I get bailed on all the time.

kittennottheband:

viridians:

Sweater Weather (Acoustic) | The Neighbourhood

i like the acoustic better than the original. it was how i imagined how this song should’ve sounded the first time I heard it.

literally what the fuck the notes. they did this acoustic in a car omg.


“They were just instantly brilliant … They were not the typical women who get steamrolled by men. [They] were no shrinking violets. They were bold and ballsy and fearless.”

“They were just instantly brilliant … They were not the typical women who get steamrolled by men. [They] were no shrinking violets. They were bold and ballsy and fearless.”