Nancy: *calls Carson*

Nancy: It's Nancy. I'm in jail.

Carson: Hi In Jail, I'm Dad.

14 . 09 . 14 ( 97)
The restlessness and the longing, like the longing
that is in the whistle of a faraway train.
Except that the longing isn't really in the whistle—it is in you.

Meindert DeJong
07 . 09 . 14 ( 89)
The beginning is the most important part of the work.

          Plato
05 . 09 . 14 ( 77)
There are no such things as curses;
only people and their decisions.

          Yvonne Wood
04 . 09 . 14 ( 135)
What would an ocean be without a monster lurking in the dark?
It would be like sleep without dreams.

          Werner Herzog
03 . 09 . 14 ( 113)
A man might befriend a wolf, even break a wolf,
but no man could truly tame a wolf.


          George R.R. Martin
02 . 09 . 14 ( 79)

enrico-tazza:

frosty appears to be completely unfazed by the carnage taking place in front of him

01 . 09 . 14 ( 96)
Close enough for all to feel the magnetism,
there stands the most beautiful icon of Renaissance glory and,
like so much that can attract tourism,
a place too lovely to be left in the hands of its natives,
the Serenissima itself, Venice.

          Marius Brill
01 . 09 . 14 ( 44)
If schooners, islands and maroons,
And buccaneers, and buried gold,
And all the old romance, retold
Exactly in the ancient way;
Can please, as me they pleased of old,
The wiser youngsters of today;
~~ So be it, and fall on!

          Robert Louis Stevenson
31 . 08 . 14 ( 31)
But who wants to be foretold the weather?
It is bad enough when it comes,
without our having the misery of knowing about it beforehand.

          Jerome K. Jerome
30 . 08 . 14 ( 76)