I figured I’d better write the book rather than the episode. (x)

Travis Fimmel: No, not at all. I think the show is great because it lets women be in powerful positions and be equal you know.

Trying to stay positive is difficult. I’m trying to get myself out of a mental funk by picking up my old hobbies and avoiding the draw of the couch because, for real, I’d spend all day in front of the tv. And I’d feel myself sinking into a depression, but unable to climb out of it. Why are you doing this? Get up. Get up. I don’t know, I can’t.


I’m going to brush up on my french. I’m going to teach myself to sew. I’m going to teach myself guitar, or you can teach me. I’m going to finish all my deserted artsy projects. And I’m going to try to be happy.

It’s awful being away, and it’s heavy most times to stay responsible. It’s easy to imagine just stopping all that I’ve worked for, quitting to fast forward to the place I know we both want to be at. I can live on my own, with you, and everything will be peachy keen. But that’s just going to limit me in the long run.  I need to push through.

I want to help, but I am hesitant as to how. Maybe make time for your abandoned hobbies too.

"Wonder Woman is there to kick ass not give you a boner"
— favorite response to some dude saying the Wonder Woman costume isn’t sexy enough on Facebook (via agentturner)

Q: Do you help the boners? Or do you—?
A: Full service. 

"You don’t owe people the person you used to be. You don’t have to talk to people who are speaking to the old you. If they want to drag old you out, and you’ve already left that person behind, they don’t get to talk to you. When you’ve gone from weakness to strength, you don’t owe a show of your former self to someone who just can’t wrap their head around your change."
— Dig Yourself (via howitzerliterarysociety)