Sunday, June 9, 2013
kunaiyouki:

yeeitsanne:

Today the absolutely best thing happened. My friend, who was in a coma for almost 11 months, woke up. I was in the middle of my exam when I got the voice mail “Tamara, come to the hospital, it’s really important.” My mother was talking really weird so my first thought was the worst happened, but on the contrary - today is the best day of my life. I ran to the hospital and there she was, waiting for me. Wide awake. She started to react to her new medication and she simply woke up! I didn’t know it would happen so fast. I still can’t believe it. :) Here’s a story I’d like to share. A few months ago I was reading her paper towns and on the part when Ben pees in a bottle she was kind of smiling. After that, reading paper towns became our thing, it was really nice to see her ‘react’ somehow. I read it probably 15-20 times and never got tired of it. The first thing she said to me today was “could you read me paper towns one last time please?” and that’s when I knew that all of this time she could hear me. I’m still half sobbing but I’m so happy words can’t explain. John is my favorite author since I can remember, but today he became even more dear to my heart. This book has a whole new meaning for me now. Thank you John!!! :)

This needs to be spread around so john green sees this.

kunaiyouki:

yeeitsanne:

Today the absolutely best thing happened. My friend, who was in a coma for almost 11 months, woke up. I was in the middle of my exam when I got the voice mail “Tamara, come to the hospital, it’s really important.” My mother was talking really weird so my first thought was the worst happened, but on the contrary - today is the best day of my life. I ran to the hospital and there she was, waiting for me. Wide awake. She started to react to her new medication and she simply woke up! I didn’t know it would happen so fast. I still can’t believe it. :) Here’s a story I’d like to share. A few months ago I was reading her paper towns and on the part when Ben pees in a bottle she was kind of smiling. After that, reading paper towns became our thing, it was really nice to see her ‘react’ somehow. I read it probably 15-20 times and never got tired of it. The first thing she said to me today was “could you read me paper towns one last time please?” and that’s when I knew that all of this time she could hear me. I’m still half sobbing but I’m so happy words can’t explain. John is my favorite author since I can remember, but today he became even more dear to my heart. This book has a whole new meaning for me now. Thank you John!!! :)

This needs to be spread around so john green sees this.

Friday, June 7, 2013
muscavomitoria:

T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf

muscavomitoria:

T. S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf

(Source: agildedpavlova)

Thursday, June 6, 2013