The Story Girl

The blog of a Philomuse, Logophile, Bibliophile, Francophile, and Writer Extraordinaire.
“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.”~ L.M. Montgomery
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professionalinstructionalaide:

That look students give you when you tell them they are failing your class

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True story.

mmeguillotine:

Hollywood star Greer Garson was born on this day in 1904. Okay, it’s not the greatest adaptation ever and the costumes are execrable to the point of hilarity, but I have the most immense soft spot for her portrayal of Elizabeth Bennet in the 1940 version of Pride and Prejudice (and I love the twist with Lady Catherine de Bourgh at the end - so shoot me).

loonyluna48:

richardcreech:

MY GOD THIS MAKES SO MUCH SENSE

This is for you kwriter03!

itsjust-anotherblog:

deliriouscat:

mynamewrittenonhishands:

oh how I love this. “I fancy you.” It’s so delicate. It’s so sweet. It doesn’t mean “I kinda have the hots for ya,” or come off as “I have a thing for you.”
No, “I fancy you.” Like someone is trying to say, I find you intriguing, ravishing, compelling and lovely all at the same time and I hope you might find me the same way.

this is why english people are great


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itsjust-anotherblog:

deliriouscat:

mynamewrittenonhishands:

oh how I love this. “I fancy you.” It’s so delicate. It’s so sweet. It doesn’t mean “I kinda have the hots for ya,” or come off as “I have a thing for you.”

No, “I fancy you.” Like someone is trying to say, I find you intriguing, ravishing, compelling and lovely all at the same time and I hope you might find me the same way.

this is why english people are great

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(via loonyluna48)