will the last shadow puppets ever make a new record or will alex n miles just continue to wear matching clothes in public
sometimes you just gotta let go
“our love was made for movie screens”
All I want // Kodaline
even more good memories to attach to this song :—)
devendra barnhart pulls of the sloppy-put-together look so well
boys + cats make my knees weak
Baby // Devendra Barnhart
I am at a really good place right now and I think it’s important to acknowledge this fact. I have been trying to “participate” and “live in the present” and I think I am doing well?? Or as well as I can, for that matter. Anyhow, I am happy and that is really good and I need to keep reminding myself that happiness is a choice!!
When I was fourteen my parents bought me a used telescope and I took that telescope and put it on the roof of my parents house in Southern California. I would spend hours at night looking at Saturn’s rings and thought: ‘Wow, you can see Jewelry, in space. That’s crazy, right?’
Jupiter had four moons and you could see the moons going around, it was like a merry-go-round - in space! Nature made this! Then I learned about many other things, the Andromeda Galaxy with it’s 200 billion stars that’s outside our Milky Way Galaxy. I could see, even with my naked eye, this whole pinwheel of 200 billion stars…
The universe is so beautiful with its jewelry and merry-go-rounds and distant pinwheels. It’s so enormous that you can’t just conceive how large the universe is. Our brains can barely comprehend how large the earth is. I realized that this is a beautiful thing, the universe. We are part of it. Here on the earth we live our little lives, we get up in the morning, we have drama, we do the best we can in life and we’re struggling every day. The universe is so much bigger, we’re just this little tiny speck and I just wanted to learn everything I could about the big picture and see how we, on the earth, fit in."
— Geoff Marcy, UC Berkeley Astronomy Professor, interviewed by Berkeley Story Collective (via pilgrim—soul)