Time to reread three of my favorites from the past couple years.

Time to reread three of my favorites from the past couple years.

Huh. Never heard of a spoon killing someone.

Huh. Never heard of a spoon killing someone.

Some days, everything comes together to deliver a message you really needed to hear. Today was one of those days.

So thank you Paramore, Robin Roberts, Emily Esfahani Smith, my kids and wife and the movie About Time, which I didn’t even know existed until about two hours ago.

And thank you God because I know you put all this in front of me today…and made sure I listened.

A question I’ve thought about a great deal is why it is so much easier to write about the things we dislike/hate/acknowledge to be flawed than the things we love.
Gabrielle Zevin - The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry
This album is pretty fantastic.

This album is pretty fantastic.

kathrine:

falloutboy:

one year later this is our love letter back to you, thank you.

thanks dudes

This summer is going to be epic. Two of the best bands with two of the best fan bases in music. Two fan bases who care deeply and passionately about these bands and two bands who give all of that and more back to their fans every single night.

Can’t wait for summer.

Source: falloutboy

Yeah, I really can’t complain.  (at Holden Beach)

Yeah, I really can’t complain. (at Holden Beach)

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Faces In Disguise (Live - Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ - 10.23.07) Paramore Live - Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ - 10.23.07 29 Plays

October 23, 2007.

One of the best nights.

Hard to believe this was 6 1/2 years ago…

The albums I always have with me.

For D.C. Sports Fans, Winter Is Coming

dcuniverse:

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About this time last year, everyone was talking about what a great time it was to be a sports fan in D.C. The Nats were coming off their first ever playoff appearance and were all “World Series or bust!” The Redskins had finished up a surprisingly strong season in RGIII’s rookie year and the…

Winter is always coming in DC sports. Even when you think it’s 75 degrees and sunny and will be forever.

But hey, it just makes the triumphs that much sweeter, right? Like that Super Bowl trophy in…1991. When I was…14. (I’m 37 now.)