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Maybe love is in New York City, already asleep, and you are in California, Australia, wide awake.
Maybe love is always in the wrong time zone, maybe love is not ready for you.
Maybe you are not ready for love.
Maybe love just isn’t the marrying type.
Maybe the next time you see love is twenty years after the divorce, love is older now, but just as beautiful as you remembered.
Maybe love is only there for a month.
Maybe love is there for every firework, every birthday party, every hospital visit.
Maybe love stays- maybe love can’t.
Maybe love shouldn’t.
—  When Love Arrives (Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye)
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Sarah Kay - “The Type”


“You are not made of metaphors, not apologies, not excuses.”


Performing at Inner City Arts in Los Angeles. Subscribe to Button on YouTube!

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Sarah Kay & Phil Kaye - “When Love Arrives”

“Love will tell you are beautiful, and mean it, over and over again.”

Sarah Kay & Phil Kaye, performing at Inner City Arts in Los Angeles. Subscribe to Button on YouTube!

Being loved is not the same thing as loving. When you fall in love, it is discovering the ocean after years of puddle jumping.
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FROM THE VAULT: Sarah Kay - “The Type”

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Meet the Wonderful and Hard-Working Shop Cats of New York

New York cats aren’t just in bodegas, they work all over the city.

Bodega cats are having a moment. It all started when a Yelp user slammed a New York City corner store for having a feline who adores napping on beer cases inside the business, leading to outrage across the internet. A staple in many bodegas across the city, these cats are often beloved by customers and help the stores keep vermin out. Now there’s even a petition to make these local feline heroes officially legal. But in New York, it’s not just bodegas that staff cats. All kinds of business establishments across the city’s five boroughs have opened their doors to resident kitties, who usually become the favorite employees. Tamar Arslanian has collected the stories of many of N.Y.C.’s working cats for the book Shop Cats of New York, which features stunning photos of the subjects from Andrew Marttila

Shop Cats of New York on Amazon

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