mattyvogel:

my friend toni (theperks) and her boyfriend are traveling the country in their airstream. they had us over for dinner and s’mores. their dog’s name is willow.

Cue the Kacey Musgraves lyrics: 

Who needs a house up on a hill
When you can have one on four wheels
And take it anywhere the wind might blow?
You don’t ever have to mow the yard
Just hang a map and throw a dart
And pray to God the engine starts and goes

Water and electric and a place to drain the septic
Any KOA is A-OK as long as I’m with you
So come on hitch your wagon
To the living room I’m draggin’
If I can’t bring you to my house
I’ll bring my house to you

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gayerthanjew:

i feel my american-bred sense of entitlement the most when i get annoyed that the ‘united states’ is sorted in alphabetical order on a drop down menu and not just listed at the top

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"I urge you to please notice when you are happy."

— Kurt Vonnegut (via rauldottumblr)

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Never thought I’d be back under those Friday Night Lights.          🍁🍂🏈 #nofilter  (at E H Hanby stadium)

Never thought I’d be back under those Friday Night Lights. 🍁🍂🏈 #nofilter (at E H Hanby stadium)

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mizzou:

Campus Facilities employee Jerry McCowan puts the finishing touches on the flags that hang between the Columns as a memorial to the 9/11 attack. Photo by Shane Epping.

So much love in my heart for my school. 
From this morning’s twitter feed, I’ve gathered that this is the first semi chilly day in Columbia. I remember those first days of each fall well. This is the time of year I always felt the most “collegiate.”
It’s the start of a new semester; you’re really starting to enjoy a few of your classes, and you’re making mental plans of how you’re going to dominate the tough ones. You walk through the quad and feel the brisk wind on your cheeks thinking about your plans for your tailgate or where you’re going to watch the game on Saturday. You stop by the bookstore on your way home to buy a new Mizzou hoodie, because too many is never enough. 
At the risk of sounding incredibly cliche (I really don’t care), if this is you, please take a moment to be thankful for this time in your life. Enjoy all that Columbia has to offer, not just Mizzou, because if you leave (there are days I wish I hadn’t), you will miss it more than you ever dreamed possible. 

mizzou:

Campus Facilities employee Jerry McCowan puts the finishing touches on the flags that hang between the Columns as a memorial to the 9/11 attack. Photo by Shane Epping.

So much love in my heart for my school. 

From this morning’s twitter feed, I’ve gathered that this is the first semi chilly day in Columbia. I remember those first days of each fall well. This is the time of year I always felt the most “collegiate.”

It’s the start of a new semester; you’re really starting to enjoy a few of your classes, and you’re making mental plans of how you’re going to dominate the tough ones. You walk through the quad and feel the brisk wind on your cheeks thinking about your plans for your tailgate or where you’re going to watch the game on Saturday. You stop by the bookstore on your way home to buy a new Mizzou hoodie, because too many is never enough. 

At the risk of sounding incredibly cliche (I really don’t care), if this is you, please take a moment to be thankful for this time in your life. Enjoy all that Columbia has to offer, not just Mizzou, because if you leave (there are days I wish I hadn’t), you will miss it more than you ever dreamed possible. 

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A positive musing:

I’m always convinced that a more charmed life is just one pretty journal/planner away. 

Currently crushing on:

This Kate Spade planner: 

Never mind that 2015 is several months away.

And just look at these notepads

Type A

Really wish I was one of those Type A personalities. You know, those people who get the biggest thrill when they cross something off their to do list, even if it’s pretty menial. 

Somebody please help me care about work more. 

My conversation with Kliff Kingsbury is hot off the press. This was a fun one!

My conversation with Kliff Kingsbury is hot off the press. This was a fun one!

starlit-glory:

godmoves:

Ephesians 4:2

The verse my husband proposed to me with. Gah. Praising Jesus.

Dream dude. 

starlit-glory:

godmoves:

Ephesians 4:2

The verse my husband proposed to me with. Gah. Praising Jesus.

Dream dude. 

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"Privilege is the bandwidth to speak up and dismantle because you’re not in fear for your life. And there is no conscionable excuse for failing to use it."

Postcards from Space: Hey, White Americans. We Need to Talk. 

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