“If you hate your parents, the man or the establishment, don’t show them up by getting wasted and wrapping your car around a tree. If you really want to rebel against your parents: outearn them, outlive them, and know more than they do.”—Henry Rollins (via evermore) (via insomniapit)
1. late night drives to nowhere. 2. freezing cold mornings waiting for the bus. 3. holding a camera up to my eye. 4. drinking out of mugs. 5. sitting in completely empty parking lots. 6. standing beside someone and not saying a word. 7. that second right before you pull away from a hug. 8. when people run their hand through their hair. 9. laying in empty fields after the sun goes down. 10. dancing under streetlights. 11. when people sing to themselves in a whisper. 12. the curve of a collarbone. 13. beautiful books with beautiful words and terrible gritty endings that change your thinking about things. 14. the eerie light in a gas station bathroom or a laundromat. 15. driving over bridges. 16. daydreaming about the georgia sun. 17. driving home after a long but fulfilling day. 18. sitting on porches when it’s pouring out. 19. hearing rachel sing. 20. hearing rachel play her guitar. 21. scars. 22. thinking up ideas for a tattoo or a photograph. 23. the way fabric fits to skin. 24. fading polaroids. 25. expired film. 26. cheap plastic lawn chairs. 27. water damaged books. 28. dogeared pages. 29. hipbones. 30. the feeling of milk sliding down your throat.