I am better with you, Watson.
Jen, 24. American. Literature Teacher.
Lucy Liu and Mycroft Holmes give my life meaning.

 Conductor(s) of Light

: Ellie, Kerry, Molly, Naomi, and Vee
20 th
of Aug 2014

Beginning of the school year, so things are hectic. I’ll be back as soon as I can! Love and miss y’all.

18 th
of Aug 2014

imsirius:

Essentially I just want to keep getting better and better at my job, and I’ll do that by continuing to work with a wider group of people and on different projects and varying the things I do as much as I can. Success to me is if I can work for the rest of my life. That would be a good, successful life.


I had a period of unemployment for about nine months after my first big break, and it’s the greatest lesson I ever could have learned, never to believe you’re home and dry.

I had a period of unemployment for about nine months after my first big break, and it’s the greatest lesson I ever could have learned, never to believe you’re home and dry.

I think I understand why you don’t want to give up the suits.

Elizabeth Olsen for Numero Tokyo (September 2014)


Eartha Kitt in St. Louis Blues, 1958

Eartha Kitt in St. Louis Blues, 1958

14 th
of Aug 2014
For most of history, Anonymous was a woman."
- Virginia Woolf

wearyvoices:

Haven’t you figured it out yet, Doctor? The Queen’s in danger and the empire is doomed.

— The Great Mouse Detective (1986)


When I look in the mirror, I see only imperfections. I’ve long since got over the fact that I don’t look like Steve McQueen, but occasionally it pulls me up short. I also see age - lines, wrinkles and pigmentation. […] I am concerned with my appearance, but not vain enough to go to the gym or to have Botox. It’s a shock when you first become an actor and see yourself on screen: I hadn’t gone through life thinking I was God’s gift, but I always hoped I’d look great or have brilliant bone structure. Now I am happy being me, because no one else can do it.

When I look in the mirror, I see only imperfections. I’ve long since got over the fact that I don’t look like Steve McQueen, but occasionally it pulls me up short. I also see age - lines, wrinkles and pigmentation. […] I am concerned with my appearance, but not vain enough to go to the gym or to have Botox. It’s a shock when you first become an actor and see yourself on screen: I hadn’t gone through life thinking I was God’s gift, but I always hoped I’d look great or have brilliant bone structure. Now I am happy being me, because no one else can do it.

© thorinian