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Ask me anything   Danielle. 23. SLP graduate student.

I like language, music, film, people. comedy. french toast. jenny lewis is okay, too. i reblog more than i post original content nowadays, but who really cares about my silly rants anyhow?

That breath Jeff Buckley takes before singing “Hallelujah”. Yeah. I felt that.

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It will never stop feeling amazing to have this piece of paper in my hands. Now, if only I could win the lottery tomorrow…(I’m having déjà vu about this time last year when I debated about going to NYU. I can’t let another opportunity just go by…unless another [less expensive but equally awesome] one presents itself this week. Here’s hoping.)

It will never stop feeling amazing to have this piece of paper in my hands. Now, if only I could win the lottery tomorrow…(I’m having déjà vu about this time last year when I debated about going to NYU. I can’t let another opportunity just go by…unless another [less expensive but equally awesome] one presents itself this week. Here’s hoping.)

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beastlyheart:

Este Haim + Bass face. For [x]

Bass. Face.

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#haim  #este haim 
sally-mun:

This is how I imagine my college is using my tuition money.

sally-mun:

This is how I imagine my college is using my tuition money.

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thefluffingtonpost:

Dog Family Scrutinized for Permanent Frown 
by Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent
Chicago residents Spike and Joan Miller have come under fire recently due to their permanently less-than-thrilled appearance. However, sources close to the family insist that they are indeed very happy. 
Betty Silverman, 78, lives next door to the Millers on Partridge Ave just outside of downtown Chicago. In an exclusive interview, Silverman told The Fluffington Post, “I’ve lived on this street for 30 years, and the Millers are one of the nicest families I’ve ever met. If anyone judges them by their looks, well shame on them!”
The dogs moved to the Chicago just a few months after their first pup Billy was born, so that he would have access to the best academic and athletic programs in the state.  
"Miller’s a bright kid," said Karl Voigt, the football coach at Granite Ridge Academy, where Billy attends. "He’s got a great arm, too. Honestly, I thought grumpy was ‘in’ these days." 
Via m4sterpieces.

thefluffingtonpost:

Dog Family Scrutinized for Permanent Frown 

by Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent

Chicago residents Spike and Joan Miller have come under fire recently due to their permanently less-than-thrilled appearance. However, sources close to the family insist that they are indeed very happy. 

Betty Silverman, 78, lives next door to the Millers on Partridge Ave just outside of downtown Chicago. In an exclusive interview, Silverman told The Fluffington Post, “I’ve lived on this street for 30 years, and the Millers are one of the nicest families I’ve ever met. If anyone judges them by their looks, well shame on them!”

The dogs moved to the Chicago just a few months after their first pup Billy was born, so that he would have access to the best academic and athletic programs in the state.  

"Miller’s a bright kid," said Karl Voigt, the football coach at Granite Ridge Academy, where Billy attends. "He’s got a great arm, too. Honestly, I thought grumpy was ‘in’ these days." 

Via m4sterpieces.

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pitchfork:

Check out our Top 25 picks for this year’s Record Store Day.

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