That song is very personal. I wasn’t necessarily in that state of mind when I wrote that song. It’s a very reflective song. I mean, it’s about guilt, isn’t it? ‘Don’t you mind? Don’t you mind?’ Of course they mind. Everything that I said, I did all those things, which are not good things. A lot of people connect to that song. It’s a song about guilt—it’s a sad song, but it’s also one of my favorites. [x]
from Spirited Away
So tomorrow I am going to Lincoln with my parents. My dad is going to talk to the dude with the funny hat that lives near the cathedral to see whether we’re moving to nearby or not. Mum and I are going to wander around the city. Then when dad’s done we’re going to see what will probably be our new house.
I don’t mind that they’re probably moving all that much in a day-to-day kind of way. When I go to Edinburgh, I’ll essentially be moved out anyway. It’s just going to make it a whole lot harder to see my Norfolk friends during holidays and whatnot. I have feelings about it, but I haven’t exactly figured out what they are yet.
what if the enemy’s right?
the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.
Oh my goodness, this. So much.