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When I can see that the dawn will be clear and rain free, I try to look East, where, behind Ancoats, the sky begins its daytime shift soft and golden. 190 more words

Cheney and Shoegaze

“When did you know you wanted to make Kristine your fiancé?” Cheney whispered while staring down at her Corona bottle, her voice barely audible above the hum of the central air conditioning in my North Austin townhome and Teenage Fanclub’s Bandwagonesque shooting from the stereo speakers…shoegazer music straight outta Scotland. 859 more words

Austin Texas

London - DAY 2

Tak jo, po delší odmlce pokračujeme. Day 2!

První cesta do centra města. Byla jsem neuvéřitelné nadšená. Měla jsem Vánoce uprostřed léta. Přijel červený doubledecker s číslem 15, tak jsme si pípli naše Oysters a vyrazili. 1,305 more words


The Londoner

Maddy Ciani on what makes a Londoner:

What they don’t tell you, before moving to London, is that what makes the city so unique and vibrant, other than its beautiful architectures and its unpredictable weather, are the people who populate it; people who live, love, work and struggle, like anywhere else, but with an important, fundamental difference: they’re Londoners. 533 more words


Meeting Judy Blume (JUDY BLUME!)

There is something very cool about meeting an author you have loved since forever and last week I had the chance to meet Judy Blume herself in Waterstones Piccadilly when she was in London to promote her newest book, … 380 more words