So now I look for you

Hello and welcome. :)
My name is Diana. I'm 24. I live in America. I love many, many, many things. This includes tea cups, flowers- yes, definitely flowers! Coffee, tea itself, old photos, anything vintage or that may whisper a little tale like those thoughts you think when you see something marvelous and it tickles your brain and then you smile to yourself and everyone else wonders what you're thinking but you never say what it is. I am absolutely in love with Gene Kelly and if his soul is in some young gentlemen, I hope he finds me and marries me. I also love Marilyn Monroe- she's an inspiration, and like many others, I can relate with her so very much. I like the stars, the ocean, the forest, I love nature in general. I'm a huge animal lover- this comes down to even building sheds in my yard for strays and buying critter food every week for my woodland animals- this is often why I'm called Snow White, this and also due to my natural brunette hair, wide eyes, and very fair skin that never, ever matter how long I sit out in the sun. I'm very sensitive, though I try not to be. To be honest, lots of things offend me, I just never say anything. I guess I need to toughen up, easier said than done. I like to write, I love to read. I read a lot. A whole lot. I'm definitely a child at heart, I see the world with the eyes of one often times, and I guess this contributes to why I'm so sensitive. Because often times our expectations always go awry. Anyway, you'll find a lot of those things above on this blog. This a personal blog, and sometimes a little too if I annoy anyone or am bothering anyone with my posts, I'm sorry, and you can definitely unfollow me. I don't mind at all.

i n s t a g r a m: dianaxivette


Marilyn and Jack Lemmon photographed on set of Some Like it Hot, 1958.
Perhaps they were right putting love into books. Perhaps it could not live anywhere else.
William Faulkner (via lostwithmargaret)

(Source: 13neighbors, via darkscrapbook)

Marilyn Monroe Photographed by Bob Beerman 1953

vintage photography ☯✝


Julian Barnes, Flaubert’s Parrot

Marilyn Monroe photographed by George Barris, 1962

Marilyn brushing her hair, photographed by Bob Beerman 1953.

something about tea by *AlicjaRodzik