guestofaguest:

Woodstock, Bethel, New York, 1969 by Elliott Landy

guestofaguest:

Woodstock, Bethel, New York, 1969 by Elliott Landy

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It was wierd,

last night felt oddly familiar.

occultburns:

wassup bro

occultburns:

wassup bro

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This overwhelming feeling

toothpaste-kissses:

That feeling that hasn’t seem to go away these past days, it’s tearing me apart.

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Sleep.

"Sleep, eyes shut effortlessly.
Come to me, take me to your
world. Coax me in.
Put me at ease. Sleep,
I long to hold you in my chest.
Slow, breathhhs, slow, breathhhs,
Make me feel good tonight,
awaken me,
anew. Send me top tales to tel myself.
So I may refresh your sweet song.
Open my mind to the message, the bottle,
pushed upon, consuming me whole.
What is the meaning, where is my sleep?
Gone to the Garden.
SLEEP, Sleep, sleep…I miss you.
Return to me soon.”

-Joaquin Gomez-Garcia

Here’s the link. http://shine.yahoo.com/love-sex/dont-even-think-divorcing-until-220600180.html

There you are, trucking along in your life, your marriage. Maybe you’re six months out from the altar, or two years, or 12, or 20. Your husband is unaccountably late coming home from work again. Or he’s distant or cranky again. Or, as in my case, he leaves his rancid gym clothes on the clean bedspread again. Or he butchers an entire pig in your kitchen again (yes! He’s taken the whole know-where-your-meat-comes-from thing to the extreme). And you think, no matter how happy or in love you felt just yesterday, Good grief, wouldn’t all this be easier without YOU? Marriage is long and hard. It’s no picnic, yet at times it feels like a joke: Millions of us are trying to move - and grow, and breathe - while shackled to another person, as if in a three-legged race. Wouldn’t it be easier to div____?

And yet, the D-word. It’s so dire. No person stays committed forever without at least contemplating life solo, but do you really want to amputate your sometimes better half? Here, a panel of wise authors, therapists, artists, lawyers, and scientists makes the case for sticking it out. Even if your union is rosy right now, consider this required reading. Use it to appreciate, nurture, and take a mental snapshot of what you have. Some day you may find yourself (or a dear friend) on the brink, and you’ll want the best tools possible to help you remember what’s at stake and salvage what you’ve got. With that in mind, try these tips to save your marriage before you sign the divorce papers.

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So attractive.

So attractive.

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The Dude is my idol.

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i hope whoever i marry doesn’t get annoyed with how often i want to have sex

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