Words to live by via Saarloos and Sons
My best friend just introduced this to me. Take a listen!
Late July- Shakey Graves
wanna have you there when my big heart stops
but don’t you worry, oh don’t you fret
no, I won’t die with no regrets
oh, the big leagues call and I reply
I got a date with that chair, oh, in late July
Real adventures, I reflected, do not happen to people who remain at home: they must be sought abroad.
What’s so wrong with vanity? It’s different from narcissism, you know? It’s not about admiring yourself—it’s about taking pride in your appearance.
—Tom Ford (via scholarlygentlemen)
Sitting at a cafe at Chicago O’Hare waiting for my connecting flight to Lexington, KY and this song was playing as I watched the sunrise. Sublime.
In one study, participants tasted chocolate, either ritualistically (i.e., with the instruction to break the bar in half without unwrapping it, unwrap half the bar and eat it, and then unwrap the other half and eat it), or as they normally would. Those who performed the ritual reported finding the chocolate more flavorful and enjoying it more. They also took more time to savor it, and were willing to pay nearly twice as much for more of it.
Street Signs in Kentucky.
Take me home country roads….. to the land of Bourbon!
Can I stay with you a while?
Cause this roads been putting miles on my heart.”
"Sweet Annie" by the Zac Brown Band.
The video to this song documents the wedding of band member Coy Bowles’ actual wedding… perfect.