Last December.

That’s the last time I was really happy.

6 months clean, longest period of time I’d gone without using since I was a kid in the White House.

The fish bowl, you know, as they call it.

The bubble around the president’s family. All the highs, the judgements, the expectations.

Made me feel very alone. My twin brother could handle it but me… not so much.

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everythingscenic:

Les Miserables. Jens Kilian.

Theatre Magdeburg.

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gin-draws:

I’m having a lot of Teddy Lupin feelings… 

gin-draws:

I’m having a lot of Teddy Lupin feelings… 

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demons:

Marguerite Higgins (Sept 3 1920 - Jan 3 1966) was an American reporter and renown war correspondent who covered the Second World War, the Korean War and the war in Vietnam. She attended the University of California and Berkely, where in 1941 she graduated with a B.A. degree in French and received a Masters degree in journalism from Columbia University. Well ahead of her time, Higgins worked for the New York Herald Tribune for two years before finally persuading them to allow her to become a war correspondent in 1944. After that, she was in London and Paris before being reassigned to Germany in March 1945. It was there she witnessed the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp in April of that year and received the US Army campaign ribbon for her assistance of capturing and arresting SS guards. In the immediate post-war Germany, Higgins covered the Nuremberg trials and then the Soviet Union’s blockade of Berlin. In 1950, when the Korean War broke out, she was the first war correspondent in the country. Despite her resume and experience from the Second World War, Higgins was ordered out of the country by General Walton Walker, who argued that “women did not belong at the front” and that “the military had no time to worry about making separate accommodations for them”.  Seeing no other option, Higgins made a personal appeal to General Walker’s superior officer, General Douglas MacArthur. MacArthur subsequently sent a telegram to the New York Herald Tribune that read:

Ban on women correspondents in Korea has been lifted. Marguerite Higgins is held in highest professional esteem by everyone.

As a result, Higgins work during the Korean War was some of the best seen in war journalism. So much so that her work won her the Pulitzer Prize in 1951 for international reporting, making her the first woman to do so. She shared the award with five previous male correspondents. In the 1960s, after covering the Vietnam War for several years, she contracted the tropical disease known as leishmaniasis. Marguerite died at the age of 45 in January 1966.

demons:

Marguerite Higgins (Sept 3 1920 - Jan 3 1966) was an American reporter and renown war correspondent who covered the Second World War, the Korean War and the war in Vietnam. She attended the University of California and Berkely, where in 1941 she graduated with a B.A. degree in French and received a Masters degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Well ahead of her time, Higgins worked for the New York Herald Tribune for two years before finally persuading them to allow her to become a war correspondent in 1944. After that, she was in London and Paris before being reassigned to Germany in March 1945. It was there she witnessed the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp in April of that year and received the US Army campaign ribbon for her assistance of capturing and arresting SS guards. In the immediate post-war Germany, Higgins covered the Nuremberg trials and then the Soviet Union’s blockade of Berlin.

In 1950, when the Korean War broke out, she was the first war correspondent in the country. Despite her resume and experience from the Second World War, Higgins was ordered out of the country by General Walton Walker, who argued that “women did not belong at the front” and that “the military had no time to worry about making separate accommodations for them”.

Seeing no other option, Higgins made a personal appeal to General Walker’s superior officer, General Douglas MacArthur. MacArthur subsequently sent a telegram to the New York Herald Tribune that read:

Ban on women correspondents in Korea has been lifted. Marguerite Higgins is held in highest professional esteem by everyone.

As a result, Higgins work during the Korean War was some of the best seen in war journalism. So much so that her work won her the Pulitzer Prize in 1951 for international reporting, making her the first woman to do so. She shared the award with five previous male correspondents.

In the 1960s, after covering the Vietnam War for several years, she contracted the tropical disease known as leishmaniasis. Marguerite died at the age of 45 in January 1966.

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fuckyeahawesomehouses:

Ufogel Holiday Home, Austria

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swoonreads:

fuckyeahawesomehouses:

More Bookshelves Hiding Secret Rooms

Yessssss.

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allthatandasideoftom:

larouau12:

spectaculacular-sammy:

pau-ii:

obstreperous-honey:

encontrate:

thisispureinsanity:

candlejack:



WHAT IS THIS
WHAT IS THIS
WHAT
IS THIS A LIBRARY IN A THEATRE
ALL OF MY DREAMS HAVE JUST COME TRUE


oh. oh my god.

this is genuinely the most beautiful thing i have ever seen

This is a book store called El Ateneo in Buenos Aires, Argentina! You can have coffee while sitting on the stage. One of my favorite places in my city.

It’s a BOOKSTORE?!


there are balconies where you can sit to read too 

and that’s the stage where you can have a coffee :)


This is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.

Does Hiddles know about this place? I suspect he might quite like it…

Hmmm. ..

allthatandasideoftom:

larouau12:

spectaculacular-sammy:

pau-ii:

obstreperous-honey:

encontrate:

thisispureinsanity:

candlejack:

WHAT IS THIS

WHAT IS THIS

WHAT

IS THIS A LIBRARY IN A THEATRE

ALL OF MY DREAMS HAVE JUST COME TRUE

oh. oh my god.

this is genuinely the most beautiful thing i have ever seen

This is a book store called El Ateneo in Buenos Aires, Argentina! You can have coffee while sitting on the stage. One of my favorite places in my city.

It’s a BOOKSTORE?!

image

there are balconies where you can sit to read too 

image

and that’s the stage where you can have a coffee :)

image

This is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.

Does Hiddles know about this place? I suspect he might quite like it…

Hmmm. ..

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Don’t


kjack89:

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Ugh, you can’t just bet me or challenge me to things like this because then I spend all day trying to prove that I can do it. And damn it, I did.

Well, sort of. It’s a single line of dialogue — a single word, really — but you never specified how many times I could use that one line of dialogue. Soooo…

E/R, modern AU, established relationship. Please see tags for warnings.

“Don’t!”

Grantaire’s voice was breathy and full of laughter, and his fingers clawed in vain against the sheets as he tried to control his heaving stomach, flinching away from where Enjolras was running his fingers lightly up and down his ribs. Though there was a hint of hysteria in the single word, there was enough of the joking tone Enjolras was so used to for him to know that word wasn’t meant in earnest.

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madsabroo:

pbbbbbtt

madsabroo:

pbbbbbtt

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Justin Keyes (Marius) and Elizabeth Judd (Eponine) in Les Mis at Dallas Theater Center

Justin Keyes (Marius) and Elizabeth Judd (Eponine) in Les Mis at Dallas Theater Center

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