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Fashion, Music, Celebrities, Scandal, Pretty Little Liars, Grey's Anatomy, Occasional Quotes and just pure organized chaos. That's my dreamworld.


Got to meet Ed Sheeran and Siva yesterday! Check out my Instagram for pictures! :) They’re both so sweet <3 instagram.com/sincerelyCL

Check out Ed Sheeran on SNL tonight! 


“And that’s how it goes, kids. The friends, neighbors, drinking buddies, and partners in crime you love so much when you’re young, as the years go by, you just lose touch. … You will be shocked kids, when you discover how easy it is in life to part ways with people forever. That’s why then you find someone you want to keep around, you do something about it.”

How I Met Your Mother (Ted)











Set Fire to Your Brick Tower→

thoughtsandwhatnots-js:

What if I just let myself feel? I could break down the barricades between me and my life. My walls have become so high to keep from getting hurt that I can’t even completely experience the highs and lows of life. What if I took my hammer and chisel and tore down the brick and mortar? I would rather feel the most intense pain and the most exceptional pleasure than feel it all half way. What would life feel like if I set fire to the tower I have built to separate myself from the potential of pain? I’d like to try to find out. 


the stages of saying ‘i love you' (inspired by x)


jenniferdamiano:

you know that one celebrity who just makes you so inexplicably happy and has changed your life so much aND YOU JUST WANT TO SAY “THANK YOU FOR YOUR EXISTENCE” BUT INSTEAD YOU JUST REBLOG ANOTHER FIVE PHOTOSETS OF THEIR FACE

BELLAMY. YOUNG.


I probably have posted this in the past, but I love her hair in Dirty Sexy Money.



Yup, she&#8217;s ready for Escandalo again! #Kimmel

Yup, she’s ready for Escandalo again! #Kimmel


“Everybody knows that we’re all just human beings, and we have drives and wants and we have flaws, and we mess up, and we try again, and we mess up again… The flaws are the juicy bits.”

Bellamy Young (Why Mellie Grant Is The Smartest Woman In The Room On “Scandal”)


Why Mellie Grant Is The Smartest Woman In The Room On “Scandal”

Oh, how I love this article… She is brilliant (and by she I mean Bellamy and Mellie).

"Her mannerisms are similarly inviting — she could easily take the stage at a press conference — but there’s an authenticity to Young that Mellie could never quite manage."

"It’s a tribute to Young’s acting skills that she’s so convincing in her role."

"Mellie’s brilliant behind-the-scenes manipulation is a highlight of the series."

"…flawed women remain, for some, a tougher pill to swallow. …female characters are held to different standards than male characters, and judged far more harshly for their transgressions."

“‘We just haven’t had a history of watching complicated women, except in our own lives. Everybody knows that we’re all just human beings, and we have drives and wants and we have flaws, and we mess up, and we try again, and we mess up again, and it’s super fun to watch that in a drama. The flaws are the juicy bits. But it’s stretching people’s comfort.’”

“‘It’s almost a cautionary tale, right? Because when you repress a part of yourself completely, you can’t be a full human being. The negative space, that’s an important part of the story.’”

"These characters thrive not in spite of their flaws, but because of them."

“’Mellie is always aware. She’s very careful with her words,” Young says. “Even when she’s making an enormous blunder, she’s making it grandly and she’s making it with precision. She’s surgical. So I think her use of ‘whore’ once, much less her repeated use of it, is a very well sharpened spear, aimed straight at Olivia’s heart, and to shame her. Because it’s such a word of shame, and you could never use it on a man.’”

"Mellie is not the “scorned woman” or the “bitch wife” she’s sometimes reduced to. Her multi-faceted, occasionally ugly interior may repel some viewers, but that’s what gives her agency past her pleasant veneer and her role as Mrs. Fitzgerald Grant. “’It’s so easy to disregard or underestimate Mellie,” Young says. “She can be so hyperbolic. She has big hair. But she is a smart, smart woman. She is often the smartest woman in the room.’”



“It’s not that people can’t love you if you don’t love yourself. It’s that you won’t feel it because it’ll always seem like you don’t deserve it.”

But It’s Not a Matter of Deserving (#53: January 11, 2014)



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