“I love heavily tattooed women. I imagine their lives are filled with sensuality and excess, madness and generosity, impulsive natures and fights. They look like they have endured much pain and sadness, yet have the ability to transcend all of it by documenting it on the body.”—Margaret Cho (via thechocolatebrigade)
“…And when you sense a faint potentiality for happiness after such dark times, you must grab onto the ankles of that happiness and not let go until it drags you face first out of the dirt-this is not selfishness, but obligation. You were given life; it is your duty (and also your entitlement as a human being) to find something beautiful within life, no matter how slight.”—Elizabeth Gilbert
Once every month, George Weasley would take the long walk to Fred's grave. He would sit down, make himself comfortable, and simply talk. He'd tell his twin about his son's latest antics, new products their joke shop was selling, Ron and Ginny's marriages and children. Fred never replied, but that was okay. George knew he was listening.