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sharoncsy
15 September 2014 @ 04:15 pm
Bill  
"The wider world that perceives fashion as a...frivolity that should be done away with in the face of social upheavals and problems that are enormous...the point is...that fashion...it's the armour to survive the reality of everyday life. I don't think you could do away with it. It would be like doing away with civilization. I mean that's what I think. Other people will think its crazy fanatic...but that's what I think about it." - Bill Cunningham
 
 
 
sharoncsy
29 May 2014 @ 05:36 pm
“It’s your life — but only if you make it so. The standards by which you live must be your own standards, your own values, your own convictions in regard to what is right and wrong, what is true and false, what is important and what is trivial. When you adopt the standards and the values of someone else or a community or a pressure group, you surrender your own integrity. You become, to the extent of your surrender, less of a human being.” - Eleanor Roosevelt
 
 
 
sharoncsy
20 May 2014 @ 05:41 pm
The stars are especially bright today
When this day is over
You said you were leaving and it made me sad all night long

Ah, the happy days, our many promises
They keep passing through my ears, making me sad

It’s not your fault but I want to cry
I am dreaming a dream that is too blue
 
 
 
sharoncsy
20 May 2014 @ 04:49 pm
"In the metaphysical world, Clear Quartz crystals are the supreme gift of Mother Earth. Resonating at the level of an individual's needs, Clear Quartz amplifies whatever energy or intent is programmed into it, and continues to broadcast that energy throughout the world and into the etheric realms. This may accelerate the fulfillment of one's prayers, intensify healing or spiritual growth, or simply allow the crystal to hold a pattern of energy long enough and strongly enough for the manifestation of a goal to occur."
 
 
 
sharoncsy
06 May 2014 @ 09:05 am

  1. If you love something deeply and want desperately to participate in it, you may need to elbow your way in for a seat at the proverbial table. Elbow away, darling. x

 
 
 
sharoncsy
31 December 2013 @ 12:16 pm
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sharoncsy
30 December 2013 @ 04:20 pm
and I would have stayed up
with you all night
had I known how to save a life
 
 
 
sharoncsy
23 December 2013 @ 03:04 pm
Clinging to me
Like a last breath you would breathe
You were like home to me
I don't recognize the street

Please don't close your eyes
Don't know where to look without them
Outside the cars speed by
I never heard them until now

I know you care
I know it is always been there
But there's trouble ahead, I can feel it
You are just saving yourself when you hide it

Yeah, I know you care
I see it in the way you stare
As if there was trouble ahead and you knew it
I'll be saving myself from the ruin
And I know you care

I used to run down the stairs
To the door and I thought you were there
Do you shape through the comfort of us
Two lovers locked out of love

Oh, but I know you care
I know it is always been there
But there's trouble ahead, I can feel it
You are just saving yourself when you hide it

Yeah, I know you care
I see it in the way that you stare
As if there was trouble ahead and you knew it
I'll be saving myself from the ruin



And know it wasn't always wrong
But I've never known a winter so cold
Now I don't warm my hands in your coat
But I still hope



'Cause this is how things ought to have been
And I know the worst of it wasn't all that it seemed
Why can't I dream
Why can't I dream

'Cause I know you care
And I know you care
I know you care
I know you care
I know it's always been there
 
 
 
sharoncsy
13 December 2013 @ 11:42 am
"I was in no way “fat,” but for someone who has been told they have a “beautiful body” throughout most of their childhood, simply because they are so thin, losing that thinness caused a great deal of distress. Losing that thinness meant losing the beauty that I had been so admired for as a child. It meant, in a way, losing my childhood. And at the time I thought that was all a girl really wants: beauty and admiration.

When you frequently tell a little girl that she has a beautiful body merely because it is so thin, such compliments become a commonplace thing in her life. When the compliments stop, she is lead to believe that she is no longer beautiful. And because her little-girl beauty was often verified by how little she was, she is lead to believe that she is no longer little, no longer thin, and that this is a very dreadful thing to not be."

- NICOLE SRULOWITZ
 
 
 
sharoncsy
08 December 2013 @ 04:04 pm
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