robdelaney:

vicemag:


Personally speaking, conscious uncoupling sounds a hell of a lot better than what I’ve managed in my own life. Falling out with the person with whom you created children is a heartbreak that I can’t even describe. You can’t drink it away or find someone else so that it doesn’t matter any more. It will always matter. It’s a feeling you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy, although you don’t even have to, because the person you loved has already slipped into that role.

—Stop Laughing at Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin

This is beautiful.

I couldn’t agree more.

robdelaney:

vicemag:

Personally speaking, conscious uncoupling sounds a hell of a lot better than what I’ve managed in my own life. Falling out with the person with whom you created children is a heartbreak that I can’t even describe. You can’t drink it away or find someone else so that it doesn’t matter any more. It will always matter. It’s a feeling you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy, although you don’t even have to, because the person you loved has already slipped into that role.

Stop Laughing at Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin

This is beautiful.

I couldn’t agree more.

*Favorite

*Favorite

randyresident:

The stars are interruptions to the darkness of the night,

Intruding imperfections that the night cannot deny.

The lack of light invites a victim and a victim’s cry

To pierce its lonely suffocation, if only with a sigh.

Yes, it is the stars at night that give our hopes a home,

Suggesting with a little light that we are not alone.

                     -Randy

thedailywhat:

Fifty Shades Of Grey Reading of the Day: And here we have Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis reading mommy pr0n on the Campaign trail.

[highdefinite]

Yes.

(Source: thedailywhat)

Everyday I take her to the coop and everyday I find her back, roosted in the tree. She doesn’t want the bought chicken feed, she prefers catching bugs and scratching my lawn. This one is my favorite.

Everyday I take her to the coop and everyday I find her back, roosted in the tree. She doesn’t want the bought chicken feed, she prefers catching bugs and scratching my lawn. This one is my favorite.

http://www.montrealgazette.com/touch/story.html?id=5741025