1. Going to a baby shower. Wee. At least I have a reason to wear a cute dress

    Going to a baby shower. Wee. At least I have a reason to wear a cute dress

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  2. Trying to take a family photo…doesn’t always work #derp #pigletjdog

    Trying to take a family photo…doesn’t always work #derp #pigletjdog

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  4. nutellasevmeyenadam:

    It’s like forgetting the words to your favourite song.
    You can’t believe it.
    You were always singing along.
    It was so easy and the words so sweet.
    You can’t remember.
    You try to feel the beat.

    (via just-a-card)

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  5. autumnj0y:

Banjo Man by NestandBurrow on Etsy. 

    autumnj0y:

    Banjo Man by NestandBurrow on Etsy. 

    (via fuckyeahbluegrass)

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  6. Mmmmmmmm #pumpkineverything #beer

    Mmmmmmmm #pumpkineverything #beer

    2 days ago  /  2 notes

  7. houseoftombombadil:

    literallyanythingelse:

    where is the chris thile fandom

    Oh, there are actually quite a few of us here. ;)

    *waiving frantically*

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  8. Please go on maternity leave already. I’m so sick of your bad attitudes and snobbiness.

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  10. Last night’s sunset #latergram

    Last night’s sunset #latergram

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  11. thisoldapt:

Stop what you’re doing for a second and listen to what I’m telling you right now. Whether you’ve inherited ugly furniture or picked something up off the curb…YOU DO NOT HAVE TO LIVE WITH UPHOLSTERY THAT MAKES YOU WANT TO VOMIT. You can reupholster, of course, but if you’re too lazy busy for that, you can use a dab of your favorite paint and a magical thing called fabric medium to transform just about any piece of furniture.
Check out this tutorial from Hyphen Interiors. It’s a favorite of mine. -ts

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    thisoldapt:

    Stop what you’re doing for a second and listen to what I’m telling you right now. Whether you’ve inherited ugly furniture or picked something up off the curb…YOU DO NOT HAVE TO LIVE WITH UPHOLSTERY THAT MAKES YOU WANT TO VOMIT. You can reupholster, of course, but if you’re too lazy busy for that, you can use a dab of your favorite paint and a magical thing called fabric medium to transform just about any piece of furniture.

    Check out this tutorial from Hyphen Interiors. It’s a favorite of mine. -ts

    ooooh

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  12. this is the nerdiest shirt, I need it

    this is the nerdiest shirt, I need it

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  13. john-egbertholdt:

    DOES ANYONE THINK THAT OCTOBER HAS A CERTAIN SMELL AND YOU JUST CANT EXPLAIN IT BUT YOU JUST KNOW THE SCENT OF OCTOBER AND IT GETS SO STRONG ON HALLOWEEN

    I PROBABLY SOUND INSANE BUT I CANT POSSIBLY BE THE ONLY ONE

    dead leaves, yo

    (via toomuchhorrorbusinessiii)

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  15. allnightsong:

Winter is beautiful. But when you drive a truck winter means a whole new set of factors to work with. 
Winter is tire chains and spider bungies and 30 minute chain up stations. It’s kitty litter and candles and canned food and jugs of water. It’s whiteouts and lake effect snow and road closures and waking up to find yourself snowed into your parking spot. Winter is black ice and breaking traction and watching the mirrors for your trailer kicking out. It’s salt trucks and snow plows and frozen up wiper blades and guessing where the lanes are actually at. It’s ice on the mirrors and snow and ice falling from trailer doors as you open them. Winter is watching the four wheels kindly marking the slick spots as they spin into the ditch. It’s the incredibly creepy feeling of stepping on the brakes and not slowing down at all. It’s constantly listening to the weather and tracking storms hundreds of miles away and hearing an advisory become a watch and then a warning. It’s sketchy roads and poorly plowed parking lots and mounds of snow making tight turns even tighter. It’s mud flaps torn off by having to back over deep snow at loading docks that haven’t been properly cleared. Winter is freezing rain and sleet and all your windows and mirrors so covered in salt spray that any light hitting them turns them into bathroom glass. It’s carrying five gallons of windshield washer fluid and extra boots, gloves, and coats. Winter is starting out where it’s 50 degrees and ending up at minus 20.
It’s also the rush and thrill of making it through the weather and getting out at your destination and having someone look at your truck and go ‘Damn! Where did you come from it was that bad?’  It’s drivers looking out for each other and warning about the bad spots. It’s the shared look and shake of the head when you get through the worst. 
And yeah, it’s beautiful.

I think this an apt description if you’ve ever been interested in the trucking industry. This sounds precisely how Bryant described every day this past winter. His FIRST winter driving a truck (he didn’t have any accidents besides someone hitting his truck over night in a parking lot) #proud

    allnightsong:

    Winter is beautiful. But when you drive a truck winter means a whole new set of factors to work with.
    Winter is tire chains and spider bungies and 30 minute chain up stations. It’s kitty litter and candles and canned food and jugs of water. It’s whiteouts and lake effect snow and road closures and waking up to find yourself snowed into your parking spot. Winter is black ice and breaking traction and watching the mirrors for your trailer kicking out. It’s salt trucks and snow plows and frozen up wiper blades and guessing where the lanes are actually at. It’s ice on the mirrors and snow and ice falling from trailer doors as you open them. Winter is watching the four wheels kindly marking the slick spots as they spin into the ditch. It’s the incredibly creepy feeling of stepping on the brakes and not slowing down at all. It’s constantly listening to the weather and tracking storms hundreds of miles away and hearing an advisory become a watch and then a warning. It’s sketchy roads and poorly plowed parking lots and mounds of snow making tight turns even tighter. It’s mud flaps torn off by having to back over deep snow at loading docks that haven’t been properly cleared. Winter is freezing rain and sleet and all your windows and mirrors so covered in salt spray that any light hitting them turns them into bathroom glass. It’s carrying five gallons of windshield washer fluid and extra boots, gloves, and coats. Winter is starting out where it’s 50 degrees and ending up at minus 20.
    It’s also the rush and thrill of making it through the weather and getting out at your destination and having someone look at your truck and go ‘Damn! Where did you come from it was that bad?’ It’s drivers looking out for each other and warning about the bad spots. It’s the shared look and shake of the head when you get through the worst.
    And yeah, it’s beautiful.

    I think this an apt description if you’ve ever been interested in the trucking industry. This sounds precisely how Bryant described every day this past winter. His FIRST winter driving a truck (he didn’t have any accidents besides someone hitting his truck over night in a parking lot) #proud

    4 days ago  /  22 notes  /  Source: allnightsong