All These Small Hours

a notepad of sorts.

hi.
i'm julie.

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liannakristine:

Women aren’t only some man’s wife/sister/daughter/mother. We’re mostly just people.

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theonion:

Uneasy Détente Forms Between Man Sitting On Patio, Bee

“I’m fundamentally, I think, an outsider. I do my best work and feel most braced with my back to the wall. It’s an odd feeling, though, writing against the current: difficult entirely to disregard the current. Yet of course I shall.”

—   Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry (via violentwavesofemotion)

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bluesravenboyss:

We’ve already talked about this but:

  • The line “You would rescue Peeta at the earliest opportunity or you will find yourself another mockingjay” did not happen. 
  • Peeta’s rescue is not a priority for Katniss in Mockingjay. 
  • Katniss spends two books with the Mockingjay role pushed into her general direction and, in Mockingjay, she actively grabs a hold of it. 
  • because she wants to.
  • And that’s marvelous! 
  • It has nothing to do with Peeta. 
  • bUT
  • if you’re one of those people who are going to link everything Katniss does to ~Peeta: this is the context of how that goes, go to your books:
  • "Peeta calls for a ceasefire under Capitol duress" 
  • "There can’t be a ceasefire"
  • "What are you going to do about it?"
  • "I’m going to become the Mockingjay"
  •  She decides to become the Mockingjay after Peeta calls for a ceasefire and she realizes how wrong a ceasefire would be, for all of them.
  • and idek about you but that’s a much more interesting reading of both Peeta AND Katniss as characters than frankly reducing such a pivotal moment in this godforsaken series to ~toastbabies, when the text does not allow it. 

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eretzyisrael:

Jewish youths rescued from Auschwitz show their tattoos on board the refugee immigration ship Mataroa at Haifa port, in what would later become the State of Israel, on July 15, 1945.

eretzyisrael:

Jewish youths rescued from Auschwitz show their tattoos on board the refugee immigration ship Mataroa at Haifa port, in what would later become the State of Israel, on July 15, 1945.

“Music takes place in time, but repetition beguilingly makes it knowable in the way of something outside of time.”