AMY MARGARET

You gave me nothing now it's all I've got.

Party girls don’t get hurt
Can’t feel anything, when will I learn
I push it down, push it down

I’m the one “for a good time call”
Phone’s blowin’ up, they’re ringin’ my doorbell
I feel the love, feel the love

1,2,3 1,2,3 drink

Anonymous asked: why are you vegan? what madeyo u make the change?

I’m definitely not vegan, my friend and I were just doing some research. Personally I couldn’t stick to that stringent of a lifestyle plus I find it too restricting and guilt has never been a motivator for me. I have had many a discussion with people who chose to live vegan and/or raw diets and it’s definitely an interesting conversation but it’s just something I’m not too invested in. The vast majority of the people I’ve met who have changed to a vegan diet have masked an eating disorder with their switch to veganism. It’s sad because there is really nothing you can say to someone who is in that situation because they either claim that nothing has changed at all or they haven’t even bothered to notice. I understand why some chose to live this way however it is simply not for me.

“Life is full of little interruptions.”

She is a seven-times Grammy winner and the reigning Billboard and American Music Awards Artist of the Year. She even forgave the yobbish Kanye West for storming on stage during the 2009 MTV Awards and attempting to prevent her being presented with a trophy – a faux pas that saw Barack Obama labelling the rapper a “jackass”. Taylor has a photograph of the incident on the wall of her Nashville home, bearing the legend: “Life is full of little interruptions.” - NYT


"It was us baby, who were the lucky ones!"

On the 28th of August 2002 my grandfather John passed away after a painful and lengthy battle with cancer. He was a beautiful man and was absolutely a second father to me. He was the most beautiful soul and I will never forget all that he did for me as a person. 

Two days ago I finally worked up the courage to get his initials tattooed on me. It is hidden on my body, very personal to me and it is something I can distinctly remember talking to my mum about when I was 14 years old so I am happy that I finally got it done.

Pop, you are the most wonderful person I have ever had the fortune of meeting and I cannot even begin to imagine a person that compares to you. In your final hours you said to me “bless your soul Amy, bless your soul” and I have never been able to get it out of my head because you did not understand that even though your mind and body had failed you, it was your soul that was blessed. 

"Not gone from our memory
Not gone from our love
Gone to thy Father’s heavenly home above.”

John Francis Brown (May 11 1924 - August 28 2002)

Fame is a fickle friend Harry. Remember that.

I watched an interview with Demi Lovato today and I found it very interesting because I never really knew the depth of her depression. She spoke very candidly about how she had self harmed, binged and purged, became an alcoholic and used cocaine (a lot of cocaine and very, very regularly) I feel so sorry for that girl, what a horrible journey to have taken so early in life. It was just a very clear reminder that celebrities are people too.

New Years Sleaze

I woke up this morning in bed with “that”person.
You know that person? 
The one you can’t say no to?
I made a conscious decision lying there, uncomfortably, never to go back there again. Then I remembered that I made that promise last time.

Hopefully it sticks.