I am a lady who watches movies and listens to music and I go to comedy and theatre and stuff. I take care of other people's kids for money.
Reblogged from doskapozora
"A Warm Winter" by Molly McArdle | Midnight BreakfastYou’ve seen them, the people who don’t have teeth. You’ve seen them sleeping at bus stops and running in Cops and sitting on porches in documentaries about impossibly distant rural places. Caroline only saw the dressings the first day, the bloody netting that filled the space in her mother’s mouth where teeth should be. On the second day, her mother emerged from her bedroom without it. Her face had changed — it was shorter. The proportions were off. Her mother’s jaw lifted up too high. Her chin could now curl up almost against her nose, unobstructed. Her cheeks, normally thin, sallow things, ballooned out like jowls. Where was her mother’s face?
Reblogged from synecdoche
please go read this entire beautiful thing because patricia lockwood is a goddamn treasure(via synecdoche)
Reblogged from johndarnielle
The very wise children of Judy Garland.
this is just to say again that i will hate forever any person who talked shit about this look
it was simple, classy, showed the spirit of youth alongside the grace of age, and people talked shit because they are misogynists who have no respect for eccentricity in women
end of story
(it’s like, this woman is one of the greatest performing artists of our time, and we are supposed to be shocked that she’s a little odd?)
john darnielle is a smarter feminist than me