For the deep asks, 7
What’s your fatal flaw?
Envy. It's very hard to celebrate someone else's success, especially if I'm not doing well at the moment. I try not to let it show, but I can become extremely spiteful towards that person.
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oak and hot chocolate
oak - What is the wisest thing someone has said to you over the last year?-you don't have to face your fears right this second. There's a whole life ahead of you, and sure you're gonna have to face them at some point, but if you just want to take a nap right now, that's okay. We can wait till tomorrow, no one's going anywhere.
hot chocolate - What is the sweetest thing someone has said to you recently?- school is no fun when you're not around
thanks for the asks love
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What's your "sacred place"? As in like, what's the one place you like to go that you feel a strong attachment to?
(1)-There used to be this little vegetarian restaurant close to my house. I'd been going there ever since I was like five years old and it was there that I discovered both some of my favorite dishes and my love for cooking. I would go there whenever I felt sad, and everybody who worked there knew who I was and I knew everybody, even some other clients. Unfortunately, it closed during the pandemic and I've no idea what happened to the family who owned it.
(2)-Some time ago I had to move countries for a year because of my dad's job, and it was an overall miserable experience. All the other kids didn't like me and I wasn't a fan of them either (I still remember all of them with a bit of hate, actually). I missed all my friends terribly and the life I'd left behind. I spent most of my free time in the college campus where my dad worked, and there was this huge bookstore there (I'm not even sure it was that big, but little me was mesmerized by it). So everyday after feeling shitty and lonely at school, I'd go there. I didn't even buy any books most of the time because it was a pretty fancy bookstore, but it was both my safe space and the place where I fell in love with some of the books that would shape my identity in the future (I read the 3 first Harry Potter books in there before my mom decided to buy the rest).
I don't think I have any current place. But maybe I do and I'll only figure out what it is after it's gone. Thank you for the question <3
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autumn is really like. i brought you some sunlight from when you were 10. didn't the world feel so bright to you then? i'll drench your hands in syrupy nostalgia, so everything you make is stained bittersweet. i'll ruffle your hair with an ice-kissed breeze--it'll be the kindest touch you've had in years. you finally feel like a part of something grander. i'm the last warm hand you hold before winter surrender.
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