i related holy ground to everything

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1. this heart, fossilized and silent (once was tender and once was violent) literally better than canon honestly and i’ve read it so many times it’s incredible

2. the three truths which i had almost forgotten about until lyndsay posted about reading it last night, it’s incredible and i fucking love it. it’s a great unrequited love and pining and fake relationship fic. everything i love in a fic and more.

3. legends which is like a percy jackson-eque fic. i’m a sucker for anything greek mythology related so i loved it

4. wonderland which in case you didn’t know is bianca’s bsau (and if anyone sends her asks about it bc of this i’ll punch you in the face smh)

5. holy ground which is lyndsay’s dancer au. i promise i’m not biased to love this bc it’s set in boston. it’s rly cute n a good time i love it xoxo

there’s like a thousand more fics i love these are just ones i’ve read over. and over. and over. hit up my bookmarks on ao3 i have a ton of fics sittin in there!!!!

I know you will probably never see this but I’m writing it anyways. I want to thank you for everything you’ve done for me. You once said ‘people haven’t always been there for me, but music has’ and I feel that way with you and your music. Your songs have helped me through so much in life. From my first major heartbreak where I sat in my room crying listening to ‘Cold As You’ and ‘You’re Not Sorry’ for hours to happier times and jamming out to 'Shake It Off’ in Times Square with you to everything in between. In February 2012 I lost my 22 year old ex boyfriend/best friend to a car accident. He fell asleep at the wheel. At 20 years old I was heart broken. When Red came out later that year I could relate to it so well. I was in a deep depression and going through one of the hardest times of my life. One song that really helped me was 'Holy Ground.’ It reminded me so much of me and Zack’s relationship. He used to beg me to dance with him all the time and I hated it because I can’t dance. Now I try to dance when I’m out for him because I regret not doing it when he was alive. 'Red’ was another song that helped me. The colors and emotions described fit perfectly with my feelings at the time. None of my friends could relate to what I was going through and how I was feeling. I felt alone in everything and I shut out a lot of people who really cared. Finally in the beginning of 2014 I started to come out of my depression. I removed some very toxic people in my life that were holding me back. By the time 'Shake It Off’ came out I could relate to that so well. It became my anthem. It was a song that I could listen to and forget all my worries. It was a new chapter in my life. I decided to go back to school, I apologized to friends I pushed away and I became happier. I want to thank you for being there for me when people weren’t, or I wouldn’t let them. You have been the one constant in my life for the past 9 years. I’m proud to be the person that every one thinks of when they hear something about Taylor Swift. Thank you @taylorswift for everything you’ve done for me. I love you 💗💗