yulinisworking:

Production stills from ‘Cecilia’, a branded, fashion-inspired short film I wrote/directed with looks provided by Cherry Pick Vintage, shot at the YouTube Space LA. Coming soon!

Written & Directed by Yulin Kuang

Starring Mary Kate Wiles and Laura Spencer, with a cameo from Sinead Persaud

Shot by Zack Wallnau
Styled by Christopher Higgins
Special Thanks to Nina Kaze & Sarah Grace Hart

mk wiles   laura spencer   sinead persaud   what beautiful ladies   what a charming set of photos   I don't want to write fic at all now  

John Krasinski’s Ice Bucket Challenge (off-screen cameo from Emily Blunt)

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what if I lived in a house between the krasinski.blunts and the shephard.bells   and we had block parties all the time   and hung out in each other's houses yards lives   I just wrote myself a beautiful sitcom   I need more in my life I think   what a weird summer we had  
Yeah I made a writing planner. Yeah I did. Lots of blank pages.

Yeah I made a writing planner. Yeah I did. Lots of blank pages.

writing   OPTIMISM IN ACTION  

(Source: tracy-mcconell)

she genuinely might be one of my favorite characters of all time   like I think I could safely make that statement   and I only had a season to really fall in love with her   eight seasons of anticipating and one season of actual bonding   tracy mcconnell   wonderful dork   YOU LIVE IN MY HEART  

geillisduncane:

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outlander   outlander spoilers   where even to begin   look at Jamie GOING FOR IT   eyes closed; licking his lips; mouth open   he is going to KISS the SHIT out of this lady who is now his WIFE   and that pause before he breaks   that pause before he laughs   it's like the mental preparation for said kissing has put his whole brain on pause   I love that laugh   it is wonderful   it is beautiful   it is sexual frustration in expelled carbon dioxide   I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS  

Did I lose a follower to the Ballad of Mark and Paul at Comic Con? Yes. Do I regret it? Only in so much as the effort to create said Ballad reveals something about me I should be uncomfortable with, and yet. I am not.

You've been to Budapest? What were your general thoughts on the city?

It’s a really beautiful city. Hungary is a country that has been invaded by other dominant cultures so many times that its architecture is a really interesting patchwork of competing ideologies. But because of its history as an invaded country, because it was under Communist rule for 40 years, because it has such a complicated relationship to all the intersection religious communities there, I found it to be a really emotionally exhausting place. I mean, I toured it with a cousin who was born right when the Communists came to power, which meant that when I met her, the majority of her life had been lived in a Communist country. And her parents were both Hungarian nationalists, her dad was a fairly outspoken writer, so everything she brought to the table as a tour guide was filtered through this very depressing lens of “and then the Communists came.” I didn’t find it to be an easy city to navigate, either geographically or in terms of the language, but I was with a native speaker, so I never had to figure out if I could communicate with someone on my own. But it’s got a fascinating, long, super history, there are some really gorgeous buildings, and the cake is amazing. 

strangeexclamations  
newyorker:

For the first time in more than a decade, the Metropolitan Museum’s seventeen van Gogh paintings are all on view at once. Peter Schjeldahl reflects on his visit:

“I wasn’t alone with them. You seldom are with van Goghs. Dozens of people were looking, while, in a neighboring room, one or two or no viewers at a time paused among twenty-two paintings by Cezanne.”

Above: “Wheat Field with Cypresses” (1889). Courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art.

newyorker:

For the first time in more than a decade, the Metropolitan Museum’s seventeen van Gogh paintings are all on view at once. Peter Schjeldahl reflects on his visit:

“I wasn’t alone with them. You seldom are with van Goghs. Dozens of people were looking, while, in a neighboring room, one or two or no viewers at a time paused among twenty-two paintings by Cezanne.”

Above: “Wheat Field with Cypresses” (1889). Courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art.

vincent van gogh   these works are very important to me   the clouds and the cypresses   his auvers work   it just means a lot to me  

There are a litany of things that would have to happen, I’m sure, but I’m wondering if anyone has been through or knows someone who has been through the process of getting a service animal?

please and thank you  

The Great Donut Debate 

washingtonpost:

Journalist 1: I’m just not super into donuts. 

Journalist 2: That’s borderline hate speech right there. 

jenny   intoyoursunlight   the washpo has a post for you