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"Joy. Hope. You have to keep open to the frequent, astonishing, random joyousness of life. Cynicism is the arterial furring of the soul. While any halfway sensible Western citizen tries to limit the amount of cholesterol they put in their bodies, lest their heart explode, we’ll happily chug down gallons of world-weariness a day, without ever wondering what it’s doing to our ability to stop feeling anxious and desolate, and actually to start enjoying our short mortal lives."

- Caitlin Moran (x)

(via fuckyeahcaitlinmoran)

Source: seachambers
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This is the first in a series of reviews I have been writing for MSN’s Movie Fix website during the New Zealand International Film Festival 2012…

http://entertainment.msn.co.nz/blog.aspx?blogentryid=1028370&showcomments=true

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Favourite person. Favourite t-shirt.
rettswood:

CAITLIN MORAN
For the cover of Opzij Magazine

Favourite person. Favourite t-shirt.

rettswood:

CAITLIN MORAN

For the cover of Opzij Magazine

(via fuckyeahcaitlinmoran)

Source: rettswood
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Found in notes on travels, August 2011:

"Even though we don’t have the conversations that Stephen and I had, he just cares.

Maybe that’s all I need, an ordinary guy who just looks after you. Not worrying about what mood he’s going to be in when he gets home.

We look so funny together. He’s got little legs.

He’s got a great chest though.

Beautiful shoulders”.

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Usually I despise the old list o’ platitudes. What the hey. Gordon bleedin Bennett.

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Just stared for 10 minutes navigating my way through this one. The Alexander Turnbull online archive is a vortex.

"Te Aro, Wellington, photographed in 1858 by Reverend Arthur Henry Stock. Shows Abel Smith Street running diagonally towards Taranaki Street. Mt Cook Barracks are in the right background. Algernon Gray Tollemache’s house is in the right foreground, at the junction of Willis and Abel Smith Streets. Reverend A Stock’s house is near Tollemache’s and Captain Daniell’s is near the centre of the image."

For more:

http://mp.natlib.govt.nz/detail/?id=11641