"Imagine this: You’re peaking. You’re in your youth. At the prime of your life. The last thing you want to be is a symbol of Heroin use. You’ve finally met up with somebody of the opposite gender who you can write with. That’s never happened before in your life. The only other person you could ever write with wasn’t as good a writer as you, and this person’s a better writer than you. And you’re in love, you have a best friend, you have a soul-fucking mate, and you can’t believe it’s happening in your lifetime. And as a bonus he’s beautiful. And he’s rich. And as a bonus he’s a hot rock star to boot. And he’s the best fuck that ever walked. And he wants to have babies, and what you want is babies. You’ve wanted to have babies forever. And he understands everything you say. And he completes your sentences. And he’s lazy but he’s spiritual, and he’s not embarrassed about praying, he’s not embarrassed about chanting, he’s not embarrassed about God, Jesus none of it. He fucking thinks it’s all really cool. He wants to fucking learn the path. He wants to be enlightened. Everything. And there’s even room for you to fix him, which you like, cos’ you’re a fixer-upper. He’s perfect in almost every single way. The only fucking happiness that I ever had. And then it all gets taken away…" - Courtney Love

(Fonte: happy-blood, via grungebabydoll)

with—a-twist-of-lemon:

"He was not stupid at all. And nobody fucking believed that one either. They just thought he was this dumb idiot songwriter. He was smarter than me. He didn’t read as much, but like that whole Civil War PBS series—I got him that for Christmas because we got charged so much for the rental—he would just watch it over and over again. We even spoke about going back to college here. "And we would spend at least two hours every day with Frances. That was definitely a rule. He was way better about it than me, actually. I was a little lazier. He’d get up as soon as she awoke and spend most of the day with her. "I have home video footage I want the world to see, just 30 seconds or a minute of Kurt at home so they can see how fucking funny he was, and how utterly earnest he was. He was one of the most earnest people in the world. Really, really sincere. He made Winnie the Pooh look insincere." -Courtney Love

with—a-twist-of-lemon:

"He was not stupid at all. And nobody fucking believed that one either. They just thought he was this dumb idiot songwriter. He was smarter than me. He didn’t read as much, but like that whole Civil War PBS series—I got him that for Christmas because we got charged so much for the rental—he would just watch it over and over again. We even spoke about going back to college here. "And we would spend at least two hours every day with Frances. That was definitely a rule. He was way better about it than me, actually. I was a little lazier. He’d get up as soon as she awoke and spend most of the day with her. "I have home video footage I want the world to see, just 30 seconds or a minute of Kurt at home so they can see how fucking funny he was, and how utterly earnest he was. He was one of the most earnest people in the world. Really, really sincere. He made Winnie the Pooh look insincere." -Courtney Love