Alaska says this to Miles. Miles would remember this quote very well because it is one of the only hints that Alaska may be depressed. Even though she jokes, makes the book quite humorous, and makes Pudge laugh--she reveals a vulnerable part of herself.
The lighting in the sitting room is from Jim Lawrence and John Lewis. The sofas and armchairs are from Multiyork, chosen by Carole as the covers are removable and washable, and the walls are painted in Muslin by The Little Greene Paint Co. The Clearview woodburner is from The Heating Centre in Gloucester and is finished in Honeyglow Brown. The sisal rug is from John Lewis
If you ever need a good cry, or if you want to be irritated and rude to the world for a week or two, read this book. It's depressing, captivating, and utterly frustrating. I would say I loved it, but I didn't. It's a love/hate relationship that we have. (Looking for alaska by John Green.)
Small loft conversion bathroom shower room in SE London Wall paint - Little green salix Floor tiles - Rye Harbour limed, Fired Earth Wall tiles - chico blanco tiles, Tops Tiles. Skirting and ceiling - Slaked Lime, little green Mirror - John Lewis Vanity unit - Roper Rhodes