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1.12.2011







she was twenty-one, for God's sake. she must be allowed to grow up. by the time they were her age, most of the heroines of literature had lived, loved and even died...if she wanted to be a heroine, it was time to start behaving like one.


robyn sisman


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11 comments:

Mackenzie said...

oh my , this is me. sometimes i feel like i'm not at my potential because i've never had a boyfriend. kissed another person's lips. laced fingers. or really truly gone out on my own to live for longer than a few weeks outside of college. and i'm quickly tip toe-ing towards twenty. but i can feel it all coming.

thanks for the boot kick to the butt for encouragement :)

Carrie said...

Love this!

sara said...

this is wonderful, little quotes like these make me sit up and listen.

Lola said...

This just made me want to slap on a cape and tiara and be brave and bold (at least for today). :)

Jenni Austria Germany said...

well...i'm 23 but i'm going to apply it to myself regardless.

christine said...

Oh the drama!

Even at the "ripe old age" ;) of 36 this is a great reminder to get out there and live!

Alex said...

Love it. Sometimes I feel like I just haven't done ENOUGH yet, you know??

ALFIE said...

ahhh. love this.

i lift my proverbial glass to living life like a heroine.

Ana* said...

This is brilliant. I feel like I haven't taken enough risks "sometimes."

The Many Colours of Happiness said...

Oh wow, I am officially inspired!!! Thank you for sharing :)

Kelly said...

LOVE THIS!