@hallelujah actually, RBG has been a patron saint of bad ass motherfuckery for a long long time, check out the new yorker's recent profile on her:
@maryofmarylandia This is it!! Thankyouthankyouthankyou
@KatieBarTheDoor Maniac, Maniac, he's so cool, Maniac, Maniac, don't go to school. Runs all night, runs all right, Maniac, Maniac, kissed a bull!
@Scandyhoovian I'm so excited if this is what I think it is, Both Sides of Time by Caroline B Cooney?? I think it has a sequel!
This is a YA book my grandma gave me from loooong ago. High school girl moves to a new town with her family, falls for wrong guy, something about a failed birthday party, mother is a recovering alcoholic, the right boy makes her a birdhouse at the end of the novel? Someone help!
I AM SWOONING.
Bonnie and Clyde, my favorite movie, and Warren Beatty-- oh be still my heart.
AHP, how did you know my birthday is almost here???? Best SOCH everrr.
@whaaat Boys Of My Youth!! That book breaks my heart and puts it back together again every darn time.
In Zanesville was also pretty lovely!
@parallel-lines I love Clarisonic and so I say yes, it's worth everything! It makes your skin cleaner than clean and so very pretty. I started using it after I finished with Accutane and my skin was all new and fragile and beautiful again. It definitely shouldn't make you break out, as it's meant to help exfoliate your skin, thereby preventing buildup and breakouts. Just make sure you clean the brush head and replace it every so often.
@notbusy I second this! Love josie maran and all her goodness. I just switched over to this foundation recently because I had the same concerns as LW2 and I wanted to start wearing less makeup. I am also a very pale person-- as in, palest shade of MUFE pale. I'm using the very lightest shade and it works for me right now because I've been getting a bit of sun, but I'm afraid in the winter it will be too dark/orange. Other than that, I absolutely love it!!
@beanie Seconded. Boring and helpless.