My Favorite Things About Winter

Actually my favorite parts of winter (since this was a restricted one):
-The seasonal cheer
-Spending time with loved ones
-Everyone getting excessively drunk
-The ambiance of restaurants, crowded, surging with energy and merriment from over indulgence
-Snowball fights
-Miscellaneous sleds
-Rich, decadent food
-Glamorous outerwear, thigh highs and throws and furs
-Hot chocolate
-Hot showers
-Snuggling up in blankets (I still do this during the summer idc)
– Magnificent window displays
-Holiday parties
-Human perseverance
-My birthday
-Gifts
-First blankets of snow
-That crisp, sharp air that wakes you up

Each season holds something grand. Did I miss anything? Via: Square Sayings



Mind Your Business Tho

This goes for family, friends, strangers who pretend to know me, miserable celebrities included. Unless you’re building a life with someone and other obvious exceptions, you don’t owe anyone an explanation on what you’re doing. I’m the type of person who minds their business, in fact I’m so busy doing so I don’t pay attention to everyone else. Unless you fuck with me, then you made the choice to be ripped to shreds. It boggles my mind how many people feel they can pry into your life; all I have to do is stay black and die. I’m an extremely private person, I don’t live my life for other people, I live for my purpose. Are there people in your life who make you feel you owe them an explanation? Who do you need to tell to back off? Are you someone who feels entitled to answers about other people? If so where do you get off? Artist: Square Sayings

Saturday Weather Update

Chomping at the bit for the days I can go out and order a glass with friends. Definitely took restaurants for granted. Missing the ambiance and those frenetic New York City weekends filled with so much potential. A blank night waiting to be filled with stories of hardworking denizens, looking to exercise their demons. Truthfully my first drink order will be a plain margarita, salted rim. What you sippin on tonight? Via: Square Sayings