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velvette-noir:

Belle De Jour (1967)
I’m Wonder Woman. No I’m a ballerina. I’m a Thor ballerina. I’m Ashley Clements flying to the rescue.

my 5-year-old while playing on the swings (via supremeruleroftheinternet)

This is the single greatest thing that has ever happened to me.

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Don’t marry a rich man. Marry a good man. He will spend his life trying to keep you happy. No rich man can buy that (via denii-10)

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When she listened to songs that she loved on the radio, something stirred inside her. A liquid ache spread under her skin, and she walked out of the world like a witch. Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things (via loveage-moondream)

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Dusty Springfield at home, 1965.
Cleopatra was not, it seems, particularly good-looking, but she had a bewitching personality. “Her own beauty, so we are told, was not of that incomparable kind which instantly captivates the beholder,” Plutarch avers, “But the charm of her presence was irresistible: and there was an attractiveness in her person and talk, together with a peculiar force of character which pervaded her every word and action, and laid all who associated with her under its spell. It was delight merely to hear the sound of her voice.” Anthony Everitt, Cicero: The Life and Times of Rome’s Greatest Politician (via tiny-librarian)

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