I fucking love Rashida Jones. Yes, like that.
What You Learn When You're 60
Death is not distant, it’s inevitable, and ever-closer.
No one knows anything. Confidence is a front. Everybody is insecure.
No one cares about your SAT scores unless they aced the test.
We’re all lonely looking to be connected.
You’ll regret choices earlier in your life, but you’ll accept them.
You’ll want the decade back when you were lost and drifting.
You’re never going to recover from some physical ills, aches and pains are part of the process of dying, and that’s what you’re doing, every day.
Women inject their lips to look good to other women, the same way they buy and wear trendy outfits and shoes. Men just want someone who will listen to them, soothe them and have sex with them.
Your parents said television was the idiot box, and you feel guilty every time you watch for hours, but you’re addicted.
Being good-looking is overrated. Sure, it opens some doors, but it stunts you in other ways. Character is built by challenges, if you avoid them, you’re at a loss.
Having friends is better than having money.
If you were never on the path to riches, you will never be rich.
Doors are closing every day. If there’s something you want to do, start now.
So much truth in this.
I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.
I was hoping this was What Would You Do when I saw the first image.
Headed home. Charlie is at the wheel and my dad is the co-pilot. My mom passed out on the couch and I’m laying in the bedroom watching the road while phone dashing. That’s the door to my loo on the left. Liv is first shift for guard duty. Siesta time.
Never mind, Charlie just passed a car in the curve. The engine is under my bed, do you know how loud it gets when you’re trying to pass someone?! Too loud.
I WAS NOT PASSING A CAR IN THE CURVE, DAMMIT!
This dog is too cool for the RV. Liv loves her time spent up on the dashboard! Something about lording over the people, or such.
Old stuff found cleaning out my trailer today.
I’m really diggin the countertops. I hope that (a) you stick with the retro styling, and (b) you keep a blog of your construction and restoration.