I'm Francesca, 28, vegan.
I love Iceland.
I love stuff.
I love sci-fi and fantasy.
I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass.
→You can read my ramblings about A Song Of Ice And Fire in the ASOIAF section.
→You can also read about my /life/ in the Journal section.
Craig Ferguson, talking about The Fault In Our Stars
“Some people don’t understand the promises they’re making when they make them,” I said.
“Right, of course. But you keep the promise anyway. That’s what love is. Love is keeping the promise anyway.”
John Green, The Fault In Our Stars
and cry my heart out
I often think about this concept and how it deeply affects our lives.
The lack of this notion affects our lives in a really troubling way. This is the difference between really knowing a person and just being aware of their existence.
I think John Green is a genius, because he managed to express an incredibly difficult concept using a really simple sentence.
Infinite kudos to John
“I can only hope,” Julie said, turning back to Gus, “they grow into the kind of thoughtful, intelligent young man you’ve become.”
I resisted the urge to audibly gag. “He’s not that smart,” I said to Julie.
“She’s right. It’s just that most really good-looking people are stupid, so I exceed expectations.”
“Right, it’s primarily his hotness,” I said.
“It can be sort of blinding,” he said.
“It actually did blind our friend Isaac,” I said.
“Terrible tragedy, that. But can I help my own deadly beauty?”
“It is my burden, this beautiful face.”
“Not to mention your body.”
“Seriously, don’t even get me started on my hot bod. You don’t want to see me naked, Dave. Seeing me naked actually took Hazel Grace’s breath away,” he said. nodding toward the oxygen tank.
“Okay, enough,” Gus’s dad said, and then out of nowhere, his dad put an arm around me and kissed the side of my head and whispered, “I thank God for you every day, kid.”
I want to create it, but I want to know if people will actually be interested.
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green (via bonedustt)