The Tales of a Wandering Jewess

Simply a sassy little half Jew, with a pen in my right hand and a donut in the other, I'm dragging you along in a sea of short stories about my life.

nevver:

The waiting is the hardest part

(Source: mgustave, via rockinbonez)

all-naugual:

WELCOME TO MY WORLD, STRANGERS. #zine #perzine #feelings #myfeelings #ghostpuddle #expressive

Jen is awesome and so is her zine.

all-naugual:

WELCOME TO MY WORLD, STRANGERS. #zine #perzine #feelings #myfeelings #ghostpuddle #expressive

Jen is awesome and so is her zine.

me:

*owns 264 unread books*

me:

*buys 17 new books*

me:

*rereads harry potter*

eretzyisrael:

Fresh Challah in Jerusalem.

eretzyisrael:

Fresh Challah in Jerusalem.

(Source: websta.me, via kosherconvert)

photojojo:

Before theaters were nationwide chains, every small town and bustling city had its own unique cinemas and theaters.

In an effort to chronicle these iconic American buildings, photographer Stefanie Klavens has been roaming the country documenting the ones that still remain.

Documenting the Iconic American Theaters That are Still Around

via This Isn’t Happiness

toolittletoolate

(via lauriceevette)

A wondrous non-dairy discovery: banana “ice cream” is the easiest thing in the entire world to make and I just added strawberries and raspberries and I’m dead now because of joy. The end.
Hooked on Hooker Falls.

composersdoingnormalshit:

Igor Stravinsky’s creepy breakfast.

(via groeneinkt)

And on the day that I die

They’ll carve a tombstone with my name. And on that tombstone it will say “The girl who survived 21 college credits in her last semester and was on the deans list,” because that may have been the only successful accomplishment I take pride of in my life.

Three years later and I’m still asking NOW what?