"I love that moment. When you’re on a long car ride, or listening to music, or reading. And you completely zone out. You forget your troubles, and everyone around you. You’re focused on that one thing, and that one thing only. You’re content, and everything seems peaceful."

pussylipgloss:

what a beautiful day to mind ya damn business

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around."

Leo Buscaglia

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 Led Zeppelin photographed by Ron Raffaelli, 1969.
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dennys:

Denny’s satisfies the scariest of cravings.
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gurl:

10 Things You Didn’t Know Make You More Creative

Doodling: All my fellow margin doodlers, rejoice! Doodling has been a habit of some of the most brilliant people on the planet. Also, doodling in class or during a meeting isn’t necessarily a sign of being distracted. Doodling can actually help keep someone in the moment and present instead of letting their mind totally drift. I mean, it makes sense, right? How many of you have been able to doodle in class and still take in everything your professor was saying. A lot of you, I’m sure.
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xomoriarty:

ok, so today at the daycare that i volunteer at it was ‘princess and superhero’ day and this little boy walked in in this sparkling blue dress and my favorite thing is that none of the kids reacted at all, they just told him he looked pretty and went on with their day and that is why children are better than adults

mpdrolet:

Bunch, 2012
Diane Scherer