I see people venting on Tumblr about how awful Louisville is and I wonder what they’re experiencing that is so different than my experience. I’ve lived in Louisville just under a year, have a better life and more friends than ever before. I knew zero people when I moved up here, but all the people I’ve met (mostly transplants like me) are smart, fun and accepting. There’s no reason you can’t start over in a city like this, even for people who have lived here their whole life.
It’s been almost exactly 1 year since I signed my lease so I’m feeling sentimental and I could write a love letter to the city and the past year of my life, because pretty much everything about living in Louisville thus far has been spectacular.
(Just wanted to put out a different perspective on the city I now call my home)
I really didn’t appreciate my city until I left for college. Now it’s my favorite place ever!
I grew up in Louisville and lived there until I was 22. (have spent the last almost 8 years in southern Indiana) I fought missing it for a long time, but realized recently how homesick I feel for my city. Luckily for me I get to live there on the weekends when my boo isn’t away.
War Kitties in Hammocks
Carriers and other vessels got infested with rodents. So cats were not just morale boosters (which they very much were) they were also working members of the crew. Some have even been immortalized for surviving multiple attacks on their ships, etc. Military dogs have been recognized for the important roles they’ve played but I think cats kinda get lost in the shuffle of military animals sometimes.
Everyone, shut up a minute.
CATS IN HAMMOCKS ON BOATS
get the fuck out
How to Grow a Band (Meatto, 2011) - Trailer
Chris Thile is at a crossroads. His marriage has ended and his platinum-selling band, Nickel Creek, has gone on hiatus. But Thile, a prodigy who has defied expectations since he picked up the mandolin at age five, has a plan.
Best movie is best
My birthday present! My dad made me a seven foot TARDIS vanity/desk and my mom got me all kinds of Doctor Who stuff!
The TARDIS is so cool, he’s going to hang me some baskets and stuff so I can put stuff in it. Love it!
what?! I’m fine to admit that I’m 30 years old and would not hesitate to have a room like this.