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You see, I don’t wish to be anyone else, alive or dead. I wish to be myself with this poisoned blood, infected thoughts and clogged up brain. Though I truly wish to be somewhere far away from here -my heart knows damn well where that is-, and get to become whatever that’s deep inside me (and that I know shines bright) someday.

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Hector Guimard (French, 1867-1942)

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New York, NYJune 2014
Anonym: did you ever have a girl crush? I'm currenly in love with Cara Delevigne, that's both scary and wonderful

A few weeks ago the answer to this question would have been no, but there was this girl in my German class, always laughing at the wrong things, such a cute accent, and kind of always out of place. She was so unapologetically herself that it was magnetic, her energy drew me to her. It’s more platonic than anything though, but it scary, yes. x

Anonym: do you know @seacables ?

No, don’t think so. Why are you asking? x

It’s weird. I drink my coffee without sugar now. I’m not scared of big cities. I’m not scared of attempting to speak a language my knowledge barely scratches the surface of. Wandering around on my own no longer makes me feel small and irrelevant, like I could be tossed aside by a mere look of disdain. I am learning to say no. I am learning to go where I want, do what I want. I am learning to enjoy life. And I am learning to speak up for myself… all simply by pushing myself out of my comfort zone. All clichés are true and that’s why people rely on them so much. Pick yourself up and get something done, even if it’s just gathering sufficient energy to throw on some clothes and finally leaving your room. Go explore, everywhere is an adventure. It’ll pay off.

Anonym: what do you think of german people in general? Are they welcoming and kind, or are they a little rude? do you think they smile enough? are they spontaneous? I'm going to Bonn next year and I'm afriad I'll be a little sad if they're too closed because I'm such a bubbly person that comes from such a happy country and basically it would kill me

Germans are very nice! They do have a dry humour that’s very hard to digest sometimes, but mostly they’re pretty cool people and —there’s no way to put this the right way— extremely polite and rude at the same time. I swear back home people didn’t push me as much on the streets, but then again, this is Frankfurt, and it’s full of people who don’t speak a lot of German. ‘Entschuldigung’ probably isn’t part of their vocabulary. I haven’t been to Bonn but if it’s anything like Köln it’ll be a nice surprise to you, I think it’s probanly very very pretty. Ask @nantjeontheshore :) but really, nothing to be afraid of. Most Germans I’ve met are pretty cool x

God… I’m so happy to be alive

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