"Naturally everyone's got faults.

My biggest fault is that the faults I was born with grow bigger each year. It's like I was raising chickens inside me. The chickens lay eggs and the eggs hatch into other chickens, which then lay eggs. Is this any way to live a life? What with all these faults I've got going, I have to wonder. Sure, I get by. But in the end that's not the question, is it?"

- Haruki Murakami

Queer, poly, vegan. I spend my days working at a bookstore, hiking around the Bay Area, drawing comics, and cuddling with my cats and my girlfriend. I love Haruki Murakami, indie/ambient music, and having weird hairstyles. A lot of this blog is my nature photography, or pictures of my girlfriend and I being crazy lesbian cat ladies. Sometimes reblogs of art and ladies.


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“Why do you like jellyfish so much?” I asked.
"I don’t know. I guess I think they’re cute," she said. "But one thing did occur to me when I was really focused on them. What we see before us is just one tiny part of the world. We get into the habit of thinking, This is the world, but that’s not true at all. The real world is in a much darker and deeper place than this, and most of it is occupied by jellyfish and things. We just happen to forget all that. Don’t you agree? Two thirds of the earth’s surface is ocean, and all we can see of it with the naked eye is the surface: the skin. We hardly know anything about what’s beneath the skin.”

- Haruki Murakami, The Windup Bird Chronicle