Megan Greenwell

I write entirely to find out what I'm thinking, what I'm looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.


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that lip-purse.

(via gabydunn)

HI MEGAN I FAIL YOU SMOG, HOPE YOU COULD FIX IT. MEGAN IN MY MIND IS TO MEET A WHITE LADY AND WHY CAN’T BE YOU? HOW DO YOU LIKE THE IDEA?
thanks to amanda hess for reminding me of the best text message i ever received, from the mechanic who gave my car a failing grade on its california smog check, then pulled my number off my paperwork. 

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Autumn by Colin Tierney.

this is mesmerizing and autumn is the best.

aminatou:

The best thing that’s ever happened to me is never ever having to buy “work clothes”ever again.

I love love love this conversation among style icons Aminatou Sow, Shani Hilton, Doree Shafrir, et al about How We Dress Now. 

I went my whole life without watching The Simpsons. So I tried to catch up in 14 days.

photo illustration by James Emmerman

In the split second it took for the first truck bomb to destroy Qataniyah, 10-year-old Sanar Salim became the man of the house.

He could hear his 8-year-old brother and 2-year-old sister screaming, but he could not see them through the smoke and dust, he said Wednesday. The clay walls of his parents’ bedroom had collapsed, burying them.

"When I found them, my sister’s crib had flipped over, and my brother was covered in blood," Sanar said. "I picked up my sister and took my brother and went outside, but I was crying too."

Seven years ago next week, I was in Sinjar after the deadliest bombing of the Iraq war killed 800 Yazidis. Thinking of Sanar today.
People are perceived as selfish when they advocate for someone who looks like them, unless they’re a white man.

went to this lovely city-wide cocktail party the night i returned from two blissful weeks in europe. i can honestly say it feels good to be home.

the most disorienting experience of my life, in 132 characters. 

then i went home and ate an entire bag of tostito’s restaurant-style chips.

That’s always the worst: When you’ve made up your mind about your life and your happiness in it, but something comes around to persuade you otherwise. That’s why Peggy’s been so edgy and agitated this season — she thought she’d gotten past all the “this is what you should do” bullshit. But the lingering presence of Ted, the condescending shuffle of her new boss Lou, the unwanted control of Don, even the ever-presence of Julio, her neighbor who, as Tom and Lorenzo noted last week, is just about the age that Peggy and Pete’s child would be — they’re like a bizarre version of the Greek chorus, constantly reminding Peggy that she made all the wrong choices.