A sweet, fluffy mix with some instrumental tracks in between of supporting love and understanding like the basis of their relationship. This OTP has ruined my life. Tried not to overlap tracks with other
lovely mixes out there.
Cover by @gabbiegallery with permission.
InevitableAnberlinAll That You AreThe Goo Goo DollsBreatheAngels & AirwavesStory of My LifeThe Piano GuysBraveJosh GrobanWhen You Say Nothing at All (Cover)Migz HalecoThank You for Loving MeBon Jovi I need youTatsuya KatoBetter TogetherJack JohnsonLoving YouMatt CostaStep to hopeTatsuya KatoSound of Your VoiceJim BrickmanFavorite ThingBenton PaulBreathe in Breathe OutMat KearneyAlwaysSwitchfootPainting the SunDavid LanzBeautiful LifeMiyano MamoruA Sky Full of StarsColdplay
Be Not So Fearful - AC Newman | Lay Me Down - The Oh Hellos | Ain’t No Man Righteous, No Not One - Bob Dylan | Beautiful Dawn - The Wailin’ Jennys | Stand By Me - Ki Theory | Home - Phillip Phillips | Hold On To What Believe - Mumford and Sons | Lean - The National | Blackbird Song - Lee Dewyse | Standing In The Way - Anthony Stewart Head | Titanium - Migz Haleco | Open Arms - Elbow | Gale Song - The Lumineers | Ain’t No Grave - Johnny Cash | Lead Me Home - Jamie N Commons | The Call - Regina Spektor | I Will Rise Up - Lyle Lovett | Sigh No More - Mumford and Sons | Tomorrow Will Be Kinder - The Secret Sisters | Fear No Darkness, Promised Child - Timo Raisanen
Me and the awesome guy behind Sketchy Stories Kerby Rosanes will be visiting CAMSUR this May 27-29 to do a collaborative LIVE DOODLE ART MURAL as a part of the Tumblr Summer Ender Meetup(May27) and UPROAR CAMSUR(MAY29)! :)
Special thanks to Camsur’s governor Luis “Migz"Villafuerte and the team who made this possible! Special mention nickastig.tumblr ! :D
the order Cetacea includes the marine mammals commonly known as whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Cetus is Latin and is used in biological names to mean “whale”; its original meaning, “large sea animal”, was more general. It comes from Ancient Greek κῆτος (kētos), meaning “whale” or “any huge fish or sea monster”. In Greek mythology the monster Perseus defeated was called Ceto, which is depicted by the constellation of Cetus. Cetology is the branch of marine science associated with the study of cetaceans.