Found: Out At Sea
My name is Chelsea Marie Hicks and I believe in love, sound waves and fine print. Currently, I'm re-discovering America after living and working in Seoul, South Korea for the last two years.

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It's worth noting that I'm fond of many things, particularly....

dark chocolate, Pilot Precise V5 pens, the smell of old books, fresh fruit, tattoos, taking photographs, watching films, listening to music loudly, the combination of whiskey and ginger ale, rambling on about in/significant topics and learning, about everything strange, critical, theoretical and amusing.

I also really like funny people, and sarcasm.

I'm an artist, explorer, a coffee connoisseur. I work with words, ideas, ink, paper and pressure.

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"Because beyond their practical function, all gestures have a meaning that exceeds the intention of those who make them; when people in bathing suits fling themselves into the water, it is joy itself that shows in the gesture, notwithstanding any sadness the divers may actually feel. When someone jumps into the water fully clothed, it is another thing entirely: the only person who jumps into the water fully clothed is a person trying to drown; and a person trying to drown does not dive head first; he lets himself fall: thus speaks immemorial language of gestures. That is why, though an excellent swimmer, Immaculata in her beautiful dress could only jump into the water in a hideous way."
From Slowness by Milan Kundera
    1. Timestamp: Tuesday 2012/05/01 22:18:30quotesgesturesdescriptionwaterdeath and drowning