ronakeller:

sun in the morning, street light at night
Back at my parent’s house, I used to get woken up by the sun shining through the window and directly into my eyes as soon as I opedned them. When I wake up early in the morning at the place I have been calling home these past two years, I always take a second to notice the light reflections on the wall opposite to my bed before I fall asleep again — and usually only wake up after the sun has already disappeared behind the house. If I stay home I don’t get to see it over the day, but when the afternoon rolls around it comes back through the other window and warms me up on tired days. I get the most beautiful sunsets here, but as soon as the sun has left, the street light shining through the window reminds me of the next morning and the nostalgia that will come with it. I am trying my best to say goodbye to all the little parts of my room before it is actually time to leave.

ronakeller:

sun in the morning, street light at night

Back at my parent’s house, I used to get woken up by the sun shining through the window and directly into my eyes as soon as I opedned them. When I wake up early in the morning at the place I have been calling home these past two years, I always take a second to notice the light reflections on the wall opposite to my bed before I fall asleep again — and usually only wake up after the sun has already disappeared behind the house. If I stay home I don’t get to see it over the day, but when the afternoon rolls around it comes back through the other window and warms me up on tired days. I get the most beautiful sunsets here, but as soon as the sun has left, the street light shining through the window reminds me of the next morning and the nostalgia that will come with it.
I am trying my best to say goodbye to all the little parts of my room before it is actually time to leave.

Peyton: “Dude you know what this reminds me of ? Remember second grade you found out how much money Martha Stewart made and you started your own cookie buisness”

Brooke: “Oh my god, Brookies”

“Is it possible to miss a place you’ve never been, to mourn a time you’ve never lived?”

Jack Harper, Oblivion (2013)

“Food doesn’t taste better or worse when documented by Instagram. Laughter is as genuine over Skype as it would be sharing a sofa. Pay attention. Take in nature, hold someone’s hand, read a book. But don’t ever apologize for snapping a photo of a sunrise after a hike, or blogging about the excitement of having a crush, or updating your goodreads account. All of these things are good and should be celebrated. Smile at strangers on the sidewalk and like your friends’ selfies. It’s all good for the human spirit.”

@cogitoergoblog  (via creatingaquietmind)

Brooke Davis Appreciation Week » Day 4: Favorite heartbreaking moment
She just changed her mind, Brooke.

“Sad or not, it’s the way my mind works. No matter what you say, no matter how hard you try, no matter how many pats on the back from strangers, or emails from people with ‘executive’ on their business card, none of that will ever change what I see in the mirror. But I want you to know that I try. I try to see what you see. I want to. I want to believe that I deserve to be walking down these streets with you, just taking in the sunshine, but I know me and I know my past. I know the things I’ve done and I know what I’m capable of- and that, well that is what prevents me from ever truly enjoying anything. And situations like this, people like you, well, I feel like I have to earn your affections.”

The Imperfections of James & Kate by Christopher Gutierrez & Keltie Colleen

unitedbyblue:

Starting the day right with a fresh cup of pour over coffee at @ubbphila #bluemovement #pourover (at United By Blue)

unitedbyblue:

Starting the day right with a fresh cup of pour over coffee at @ubbphila #bluemovement #pourover (at United By Blue)

shattermybones:

I’d wear the shit out of this.

shattermybones:

I’d wear the shit out of this.

“So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow.”

Attachments, Rainbow Rowell  (via ha-n)

MW