Alaska.

Things I currently love:

1. Days without rain
2. Cinnamon Dolce Latte’s
3. Trying to learn how to rap as fast as George Watsky

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Top: Forever 21
Cardigan: American Eagle (similar)
Pants: J.Crew
Shoes: Modcloth
Bag: Forever 21
Necklace: Ruche (similar)
Ring: Vintage

Things I don’t currently love:

1. Humidity
2. Slow walkers
3. Looking for Alaska

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I used to think this book was perfect. It greatly described my struggle as a teenager with crushes on people out of my league who would lead me on. It was so witty yet upsetting at the same time. I’m reading it again and I’m so….disappointed. Maybe it’s because I know what’s going to happen, or maybe Tumblr ruined all the quotes, but it just seems so cheesy and rushed now. Has this ever happened to you? I don’t know what to think. Am I a different person now than I was when I read it the first time?

This is my life. These are my first world problems.

Things I may start to love: Game of Thrones. I finally started watching it. Go me.

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  • That’s happened to me a few times with song lyrics that I thought were amazing/meaningful and then embarrassing when I asked someone else to listen. Happened a couple of times with films too. I think it does show that you were in a different place when you found the book meaningful, though that doesn’t mean it will never have relevance again. Though in this case if the book is about heightened teenage self awareness in an anxious way and being played I hope it doesn’t become relevant to you again!

    • Very true. I think I was in a darker place when I read it, so it really spoke to me. I’ve also read a lot more books since this one that are very well written, and frankly better than this one. Oh well.

      (PS, I missed you!)