so you’ve fallen in love with an under appreciated actor with a terrible filmography: a memoir
There will be more, and worse. These creatures have no sweeter joy in lifethan jeering at their betters. She could not silence them, so she must pretend she did not hear them. She would not see them either. She would keep her eyes on Aegon’s High Hill across the city, on the towers of the Red Keep shimmering in the light […] And the little rose as well, I do not doubt. I have sinned and must atone, must parade my shame before the eyes of every beggar in the in the city. They think that this will break my pride, that it will make an end to me, but they are wrong. A Dance with Dragons (x)
all I do anymore is sleep, feel bad for myself, and take selfies
Paul Newman with photographer Sanford Roth’s cat, Louis XIV, 1956.
Learning became her. She loved the smell of the book from the shelves, the type on the pages, the sense that the world was an infinite but knowable place. Every fact she learned seemed to open another question, and for every question there was another book.
Robert Goolrick, A Reliable Wife
Audrey Hepburn by Dennis Stock
"One of them without the other would feel as if the other half of them had died. You can’t even think of Mulder without Scully."
Gillian Anderson, Big Picture News, July 2008