'…it’s nothing to complain about! I still got to be the Green Goblin, which is the coolest thing ever, and I knew when it was happening that these are the stories you tell. It’s exciting, and if it was easy, it wouldn’t be fun.’
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'…it’s nothing to complain about! I still got to be the Green Goblin, which is the coolest thing ever, and I knew when it was happening that these are the stories you tell. It’s exciting, and if it was easy, it wouldn’t be fun.’
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'…it’s nothing to complain about! I still got to be the Green Goblin, which is the coolest thing ever, and I knew when it was happening that these are the stories you tell. It’s exciting, and if it was easy, it wouldn’t be fun.’

deadoodleyreborn:

Dear Lang Leav,
Your writings in “Lullabies” are truly well and beyond the seventh sky. They are nothing short of wonderful, whimsical, and most importantly - they are very much alive.
The main thing that caught me by surprise is how your writing is able to evoke this feeling that I thought I have buried long ago and therefore are long forgotten. How it could do so is beyond me.
For that I salute you. Your writings capture my heart in so many different ways I do not know whether to rejoice and celebrate or scream in agony and woe.
But then, that’s the thing, I reckon - That’s what Love is, all the different facets of Love;
and that’s what Love does, the different paradoxes of Love.
And Lang, that is exactly what your writings really are - They are simply Love on paper.
Much love from your biggest fan, Call me Alexandra.

deadoodleyreborn:

Dear Lang Leav,

Your writings in “Lullabies” are truly well and beyond the seventh sky. They are nothing short of wonderful, whimsical, and most importantly - they are very much alive.

The main thing that caught me by surprise is how your writing is able to evoke this feeling that I thought I have buried long ago and therefore are long forgotten. How it could do so is beyond me.

For that I salute you. Your writings capture my heart in so many different ways I do not know whether to rejoice and celebrate or scream in agony and woe.

But then, that’s the thing, I reckon - That’s what Love is, all the different facets of Love;

and that’s what Love does, the different paradoxes of Love.

And Lang, that is exactly what your writings really are - They are simply Love on paper.

Much love from your biggest fan, Call me Alexandra.
tsundoku [tsoon-doh-koo]

積ん読 (kanji) つんどく (hiragana)

(noun) This informal, untranslatable Japanese word is a favorite for book lovers, especially for those who yearn for the authenticity of print and love to smell and hold books! Tsundoku is defined as the act of buying books with the purpose of reading them but failing to, thus causing them to accumulate over time.  

  • Etymology: tsumu (to pile up) + doku (to read)