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currently reading: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

"why do some memories
bleed out of nowhere
and others stay locked
behind doors?" -
Jodi Picoult //





Some people turn sad awfully young. No special reason, it seems, but they seem almost to be born that way. They bruise easier, tire faster, cry quicker, remember longer and, as I say, get sadder younger than anyone else in the world. I know, for I’m one of them.
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So Fran had the wonderful idea to do some awards with me based on songs by London Grammar. If you don’t know them, we highly recommend checking out their music and look it’s these three cuties.
mbf Fran and Lia (me)
reblog this post as much as you want
likes don’t count but you can bookmark it c: 
you don’t have to be vintage (vintage is a bit boring anyway)!
The awards: 
Hey Now - best vintage (1)
Help me lose my mind - best vintage (2)
Nightcall - best URL
Flickers - best theme 
Stay Awake - best brown/beige vintage
Shyer - best pale or blue
Strong - best personality
Darling are you gonna leave me - best alternative blogging style (1)
Wasting my young years - best alternative blogging style (2)
If You Wait - Fran’s personal favourite
Sights - Lia’s personal favourite
Alright, so if you win an award, you’ll get:
a solo promotion to both of our blogs (xx,xxx followers)
a direct link on at least one of our blogs for a week
a permanent link on both our awards pages
a fansign
two awkward new friends (that’s fran and me) 
We’ll choose when this reaches a decent amount of notes! Happy reblogging, hope you all have a lovely day! x

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Lazy Summer Days by The Three Whisketeers on Flickr.

milkshake by LaVieToni on Flickr.

photographs by insomnials on Flickr.

sans titre by hlaus on Flickr.

Saint Raymond supporting Ed Sheeran when I’m seeing him live!!!!!!!!


very berry pie by aubreyrose on Flickr.