Moving through Mt. Rainier by Danielle Hughson
ain’t it something, when everything falls apart?
the ground you build upon determines if you fall.
it’s slow motion as i watch it from the hall —
i’ll come undone.
it’s the past,
it leaves you on the floor.
"Green roofs like this one is what we were learning about in college today. Beautiful, sustainable, wholesome designs like these are what inspire me to become an architect, not the soulless concrete boxes we’re all so used to now. This is the kind of future I want to design. This is the kind of future I want to live in."
— Everyone has their own love language. That’s one of the most important lessons I’ve ever learned. (via bodv)
"New Slang" - The Shins
but my head’s to the wall and I’m lonely
i’m cute as hell, which is incidentally where i came from