speak now tour feels

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Taylor Swift Valentines–great to send to family, friends, and that special someone ;)

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I feel no need to burn down the house I built by hand. I can make additions to it. I can redecorate. But I built this. And so I’m not going to sit there and say, “Oh, I wish I hadn’t had corkscrew-curly hair and worn cowboy boots and sundresses to awards shows when I was 17; I wish I hadn’t gone through that fairy-tale phase where I just wanted to wear princess dresses to awards shows every single time.” Because I made those choices. I did that. It was part of me growing up. It wasn’t some committee going, “You know what Taylor needs to be this year?”

caitlinbird3651: TBT New Zealand. End of the Speak Now tour. I remember feeling like we were all on top of the world. Pure magic. This framed picture was a gift to me that I will always treasure. After how fast my world was spinning at that time, the pockets of serenity in these quiet and breathtaking little towns in Waiheke were so appreciated and coveted. We just closed our eyes and heard and felt nothing but rare and peaceful silence. Kinda made us want to do some random spontaneous interpretive earth-dances now and then. ;)

New Zealand. End of the Speak Now tour. I remember feeling like we were all on top of the world. Pure magic. This framed picture was a gift to me that I will always treasure. After how fast my world was spinning at that time, the pockets of serenity in these quiet and breathtaking little towns in Waiheke were so appreciated and coveted. We just closed our eyes and heard and felt nothing but rare and peaceful silence. Kinda made us want to do some random spontaneous interpretive earth-dances now and then. ;)

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TBT: New Zealand.  End of the Speak Now tour.  I remember feeling like we were all on top of the world.  Pure magic. This framed picture was a gift to me that I will always treasure.  After how fast my world was spinning at that time, the pockets of serenity in these quiet and breathtaking little towns in Waiheke were so appreciated and coveted.   We just closed our eyes and heard and felt nothing but rare and peaceful silence.  Kinda made us want to do some random spontaneous interpretive earth-dances now and then.