Politeness has become so rare that people mistake it for flirtation.
Unknown (via guy)
flowergirlnyc:

denise loves toting flowers from the market in her @madewell1937 transport tote! #totewell (at Flower Girl)

flowergirlnyc:

denise loves toting flowers from the market in her @madewell1937 transport tote! #totewell (at Flower Girl)

tiffanyandco:

Retumbl this post if you adore romantic adventures.  
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tiffanyandco:

Retumbl this post if you adore romantic adventures.  

Read more Tiffany Tips

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your favorite thing about her?""Her intelligence.""What’s a time that she really impressed you with her intelligence?""Every single day. She’s the CFO of my company."

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your favorite thing about her?"
"Her intelligence."
"What’s a time that she really impressed you with her intelligence?"
"Every single day. She’s the CFO of my company."

There’s nothing so dangerous as a headstrong girl who knows her own mind.
Mary Yellan | Jamaica Inn (via thatkindofwoman)
xoxo-pinkandgreen:

I wish this was still the pricing

xoxo-pinkandgreen:

I wish this was still the pricing

cahnteen:

indie ☽ 
Be silent in a group of people
See what they reveal to you.
Yoko Ono (via 3713)
Strive to be authentic, not perfect.
- Amy C (via quotelounge)

Good Vibes HERE

(via kushandwizdom)
ruemag:

This creative office (in Portland, OR) is minimal and GORGEOUS. 

ruemag:

This creative office (in Portland, OR) is minimal and GORGEOUS. 

I must have flowers, always, and always.
Claude Monet (via thatkindofwoman)
The two women at lunch— mother and daughter, obviously. The girl is beautiful, tall, eighteen or so. She can’t sit still in her seat. She bounces around, tosses her hair, eats too fast, talks a mile a minute while looking all around just in case there is something interesting she hasn’t seen yet. The mother is also beautiful, perhaps fifty, her eyes alone are a 500 page novel. Serene and smiling, she is a total contrast to the young woman sitting across the table. How happy she is to be here with her daughter, how proud. Not many years ago this is the same child who frequently exhausted every bit of patience she had. The difficult student, the one with dyslexia or ADHD, or just wildly impatient about anything that didn’t interest her. But now look at her— this wonder, this young woman who is moving way too quickly out of my life and into her own. She has already set sail and I can only watch. But today she’s generous enough to have lunch with Mom and talk about things that matter with her first, her greatest pal. She doesn’t even know it is a gift. But Mom does.
Jonathan Carroll (via browndresswithwhitedots)