Midnight zen sessions ✌️ (at Townhouse 604)

Midnight zen sessions ✌️ (at Townhouse 604)

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I wanna pry your head off like the female praying mantis and eat you alive because you’re the closest available food source to me.

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multiplemillimeters:

Advertising reminders, Copenhagen

multiplemillimeters:

Advertising reminders, Copenhagen

multiplemillimeters:

This guy was playing Home on the Range

Omggg I love him! I was feeling homesick one day and he played “Country Roads” as I walked by and I was so happy! I talked to him for like 10 minutes and gave him 20 kroner. He’s a great musician and wonderful human.

multiplemillimeters:

This guy was playing Home on the Range

Omggg I love him! I was feeling homesick one day and he played “Country Roads” as I walked by and I was so happy! I talked to him for like 10 minutes and gave him 20 kroner. He’s a great musician and wonderful human.

(Source: katelpo, via ignitingenergy)

Anonymous said: What's something embarrassing that you do?

Haha wow where to begin…. Almost every time I drink and smoke in the same night I end up making someone put me in a shower so I can lick the water as it comes out of the faucet. Then I usually get into bed all wet and sleep happy hahah. I just really love the feeling of water.

Go to Canada or hike a mountain this weekend?

mujeresartistas:

Marianne von Werefkin - Fantastic Night (1917).


This is amazing.

mujeresartistas:

Marianne von Werefkin - Fantastic Night (1917).

This is amazing.

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The best place in the world to think😊🌻☕️ (at Blackbird Cafe)

The best place in the world to think😊🌻☕️ (at Blackbird Cafe)

earfucking:

Rubblebucket - Came Out of a Lady

Anonymous said: Are you single?

I’m going to have to go with the wonderful phrase created by facebook and say that “it’s complicated.” 

Anonymous said: You're one of the most intricate and well thought out young woman that I know of. You're going to do great things

Aw, thanks! I hope for that too.

multiplemillimeters said: You lived there?? That is so cool!

Yep! I lived in Kokkedal (which is around a 30 minute train ride north of Copenhagen) and an hour commute in total when you include the bus ride and the mile walk I did everyday (hence the walk from Copenhagen central station through the city to my class). It sounds like a lot, but that commute was day in and day out a wake up call for how amazing life can be. I met so many interesting people. So many thoughtful people. Saw amazing art and beautiful political protests in the square (where that photo was taken). Copenhagen clearly still has my heart.

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