Walking to Forever

This is the Rosewater Foundation. How can we help you?

I can’t tell if I like you cause I like you or if I like you because I had to tell my out of town relatives and friends about you once a day for six days straight and could not stop thinking about you due to having to tell my out of town friends and relatives about you for six days straight.

I Should Have Known Better/The Beatles

"You can tell a lot about someone by the music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your iPod/iPhone/iTunes/media player and write down the first 10 songs." Then pass it on. (It says to 10 people, but I don’t know that many.) I was tagged by the awesome glass-caulfield.

  1. Day Tripper – The Beatles
  2. Where do the Children Play – Cat Stevens
  3. Son of Your Father – Elton John
  4. I Will Follow You into the Dark – Death Cab for Cutie
  5. Soap and Water – Suzanne Vega
  6. Lucky Pencil – Soundtrack from the PBS show Arthur
  7. You Do Something to Me – Conal Fowkes
  8. Another Brick in the Wall – Pink Floyd
  9. Time is on My Side – The Rolling Stones
  10. Since I Don’t Have You – Don McLean

Let’s see what 100demons, aaroncarterfan911, and livingwithpizzazz have for us.

Ran into a friend I haven’t seen in years and we’ve been catching up and he asked me to recommend some books, because he knows he can always count on me for a good recommendation and that is the best compliment I’ve been paid in a while.

It’s been a day full of fights with the Man. Bureaucracy is everywhere! But eighth-glass-child, this is the field you have chosen! That is your apartment, eighth-glass-child! I know, I know, self/world at large! I am doing my best! Cruelty is pointless! Let’s all do our best!

thenearsightedmonkey:

Wild about School Lunch!

Better than bologna with a hunk of cold margarine?

thenearsightedmonkey:

Wild about School Lunch!

Better than bologna with a hunk of cold margarine?

“She worries over the way her love for me comes and goes, appears and disappears. She doubts its reality simply because it isn’t as steadily pleasurable as a kitten. God knows it is sad. The human voice conspires to desecrate everything on earth.”

—   Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters & Seymour: An Introduction, J.D. Salinger (via lexiezophia)

(via glass-caulfield)

The cover has a strange rubbery feel to it. Inside are several illustrations. This is the first.