rincey
I like reading, writing, and reblogging.

Have I mentioned how happy I am that Bastille are back in America?

thelastparagraph9:

The Catcher in the Rye
by J.D. Salinger

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I highly recommend AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF RED if you want a book in verse. It’s amazing!!!

ahh perfect, thank you! I am so much more interested in this style now that I have read brown girl dreaming.

runwithskizzers:

bookriot:

When Margaret Atwood asks, you answer.

Here are 9 self-propelling body parts in literature. Can you add any others?

I so love that I get to write for this site 

Guysssss, I love this book. Let’s talk about it.

amandamicperkins:

I think they’re ok kind of? Ugh. Love this girl, and I just want to do her beautiful face justice.

Rincey Reads

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Please follow her on everything, she’s great

I CAN’T BELIEVE SOMEONE DREW A PICTURE OF ME.

I’m not exaggerating that I am like on the verge of tears right now. 1) this is such a good drawing. don’t doubt that. and 2) i am so humbled by the fact that you would take the time to make it. Thank you so so much.


Everyone enjoys videos of people pulling stuff out of boxes, right? 

What You Crave vs What You Need

Chocolate:

Raw nuts/seeds.

Oily/Fatty Snacks:

Kale, leafy greens.

Soda/Carbonated Drinks:

Actual, literal bubbles.

Chips/Salty Food:

Topsoil.

Cookies:

Freudian psychology.

Sweet Tea:

A strong Southern gentleman to take care of you.

Pasta/Carbs:

Pasta/Carbs.

Ice:

The sweet release of death.

siminiblocker:

I love all of Mary Oliver’s words.

Print available here.

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