bay loves

anonymous asked:

the first thing i thought when i saw your sunfall and moonflower post was that sunfall was almost like that cartoonish step dad where he always tries to be involved with snow and blue it made me laugh lmao

HE WOULD THO like he’s always trying to be a cool stepdad for them bc he loves them, he views them as his own alright and he thinks snow and blue are awesome

like he’d be the dad who wears godawful sweaters w/ his kids drawings on them bc he is soooo soo proud of them and their talents but blue n snow are like “oh god no pls stop”

“but im……………..cool.”

“no. you’re not. i drew that when i was like 2 its awful stop.”

lovely ; songs i listen to when i’m so full of love that i feel like i could burst.

1. cherry wine - hozier // 2. nothing - lewis watson // 3. you - keaton henson // 4. only love - ben howard // 5. holocene- bon iver // 6. slow dancing in a burning room - john mayer // 7. bones - ben howard // 8. work song - hozier // 9. sweetheart, what have you done to us? - keaton henson // 10. stay - lewis watson // 11. from afar - vance joy // 12. first day of my life - bright eyes // 13. we all die trying to get it right - vance joy // 14. latch (acoustic) - sam smith // 15. cough syrup - young the giant // 16. for emma - bon iver // 17. we found each other in the dark - city and colour // 18.  make it to me (stripped) - sam smith // 19. skinny love (cover) - ed sheeran // 20. let it go - james bay // 21. tenerife sea - ed sheeran // 22. your body is a wonderland - john mayer // 23. hold back the river - james bay

jstor is a wonderful resource, but it’s also dangerous because you’ll start out reading articles related to your lit essay and then before you know it it’s 3am and you’ve wasted the whole night reading about the perceived threat of witchcraft towards fishing vessels in 18th century dorset

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Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin & Big Brother and The Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and the Charlatans at 710 Ashbury St in San Francisco. 1967.