peony petals
september 17 xo

You are a loyal and supportive person who is secretive and loves intrigue. You are extremely perceptive, with an ability to see beneath the surface of people’s words and actions. You are skilled with language and excel at detailed mental work. Working as a politician or a critic would be the perfect arena for your talents, as you also understand the power of propaganda. You are faithful and make a valuable confidant. You have a close circle of friends and they tend to be people you meet through work. In relationships you need to take your time to get to know your partner. You are so used to keeping a tight rein on your feelings that you find it hard to trust. You love to renovate as you get a buzz from transforming things, so using this passion to help others will bring you great happiness in life!

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asked by dreadedlo
December 3

You are an imaginative and highly creative person who loves to take big chances in life. You are fearless and have a tendency to take risks, whether in business, relationships, or otherwise. You collect information and experiences, and throughout your life you will always experiment and never cease exploring. An expert communicator, you make a gifted writer and/or journalist - travel and you can completely win people over with a pithy one-liner. In love affairs you need a lot of freedom and pull away from strong shows of emotion. This infuriates your partners and you can leave many potentially good relationships as a result. You love socializing but can easily overdo it, so listening to music in a quiet space can give you the downtime you need!

Send me your birth date and I will give you a short paragraph on what it says about you! ☽


asked by nelovand
viola-goes-to-hollywood:

Kirsten Dunst in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (N. Jordan)

Women of Amphissa (detail) (1887), Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)
Bisexual women and lesbians used to give violets to the woman they were wooing, symbolizing their “Sapphic” desire. In a poem, Sappho described herself and a lover wearing garlands of violets. The giving of violets was popular from the 1910s to the 1950s.
- Wikipedia (via alexithymiadaily)

(Source: riotcakes)