twenty-three, california's capitol, graphic designer, transcriber, copywriter, photographer, tea drinker, buff of films, worm of books, & lover of warm sweaters on rainy days.

Only if we can both marry Kurt Russell too. 

Only if we can both marry Kurt Russell too. 

nachos and a Carpenter movie…pretty much just your everyday Wednesday night

nachos and a Carpenter movie…pretty much just your everyday Wednesday night

What city do you live in and why should/shouldn’t someone move there?

So, here’s the deal my fine tumbling people - I know a lot of you live all over the place and, well, my job is very portable. I can pretty much work from anywhere, so I’m thinking of trying out some new places to check out living-wise anywhere in the world for minimum 6 month stays at a time.

Got any ideas? Keep in mind, I hold both American and Swiss citizenship, I love rainy, overcast, and what others call gloomy weather, I speak German, English, but am very adaptable to languages, and am a graphic designer who also works in production in TV and on film projects, and has a strong interest in art history. 

So far, I’ve been told about by the following peeps:
Stockholm (teawithlemon)
Berlin (bixv)
New York City (gtpomella)

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Why or why not is the city you live in one that you would say is worth checking out? 

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So….apparently I need to start watching Suits because this person I never knew existed until yesterday exists. The only reason other than Josh Brolin’s forearms and Kate Winslet’s sad eyes to watch Labor Day. 

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So, somehow I stumbled across this TV movie from 1975 tonight with a 35-year-old Martin Sheen and a 16-year-old Linda Blair that can basically be explained with this highly mathematical equation: Fire With Fire + Badlands + The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Line + some extra Sheen doing Shakespearean acting because why shouldn’t there be = Sweet Hostage.

So, somehow I stumbled across this TV movie from 1975 tonight with a 35-year-old Martin Sheen and a 16-year-old Linda Blair that can basically be explained with this highly mathematical equation: 
Fire With Fire + Badlands + The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Line + some extra Sheen doing Shakespearean acting because why shouldn’t there be = Sweet Hostage.

Realized I hadn’t gone back to look at other recommendations - so here’s one for New York. Any other New Yorkers on my Tumblr?

Realized I hadn’t gone back to look at other recommendations - so here’s one for New York. Any other New Yorkers on my Tumblr?


Stealing Beauty, dir. Bernardo Bertolucci (1996)

Stealing Beauty, dir. Bernardo Bertolucci (1996)

(Source: moonrockmambo)

Definitely on my list. 

Definitely on my list. 

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