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Chelsea.20.California
Just a baker and soon-to-be culinary student living in a forest.
Gluten is my enemy, and the little things in life give me joy.

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I am the sea too, and the stars, the wind and the rain,
I am everything that has form — for form is my seeing of it.
I am every sound — for sound is my hearing of it,
I am all flavours, each perfume, whatever can be touched,
For that which is perceptible is my perceiving of it,
And all sentience is mine.

They have no other existence, and neither have I —
for what they are I am, and what I am they are.
What the universe is I am, and what I am the universe is.
And there is no other at all, nor any one whatsover.
- Wei Wu Wei, from “For Sile,” in Open Secret (via petrichour)

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nymphical:

wow
I’m coming back for you this January. Be ready.

Tomorrow I visit the place I will spend the next two years of my life starting in January. It is a place in which I will feel pride in my work, push myself to the point of breaking, stress over the simplest details, pour my heart and soul into my work, collapse into a fit of tears from frustration, build lifelong relationships and valuable connections, and most importantly, pursue my passion. Tomorrow I will step foot on one of the most prestigious culinary schools in America, and I am filled with nothing more than excitement and impatience.


Wearing lipstick is a strange facade in it’s own.  It makes the wearer feel invincible, confident, and alluring.  When I feel like I may crumble, I put on my lipstick and take the day by storm.
thatkindofwoman:

The prettiest thing I ever did see, saving for a special occasion. 
madukilla:

hotel room made out of recycled wood
The reason women are turning you down for casual sex seems to be that, for one thing, a lot of you are calling them sluts afterward. Also, a lot of you aren’t bothering to try to be good in bed.
- Terri Conley, professor of psychology and women’s studies at the University of Michigan ( link )

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