oh, the wonders of technology
melwashington: With a MacBook Pro, a Blue USB Snowball Microphone, and a Samsung Flat Panel TV, we joined with fans all over the country last night for a live, interactive set. Literally, sitting in a living room with some acoustic guitars, playing some songs, and chatting with folks as they asked questions and even played some requests. It was heaps of fun. It was great to interact with some...
The Sorting Hat. →
Ustream live tonight!
allgetout: Today we had to cancel a show because of the weather. We felt awful about that because we were looking forward to sharing some new songs with you all that we are considering putting on our upcoming full-length. Since we still want to play for you guys, we decided to do an acoustic set at our friends’ house in atlanta and broadcast it live on the internet at 8 pm Easten tonight. ...
..if you ask anyone in the throes of depression how he got there, to pin down...– Prozac Nation // Elizabeth Wurtzel (via thelovelybones) (via theweatheragainstyourwindow)
I realized all I’ve got to do is love people
warinmyblood: I realized all I’ve got to do is love people, and if I find my contentment in serving people, and giving, and loving - then it’s not dependent on what people’s response is. You know? You don’t say, “She’s got to love me back or else I can’t be happy,” or, “She’s got to marry me,” or, “We’ve got to sell this many records or I can’t be happy,” or, “I’ve got to have this kind of house...
People are happy—if that means being content with your lot: feeling comfortable...– Sylvia Plath (via thechocolatebrigade)
It gives everyone hope.
imafreebird: everythingharrypotter: Neville: “Alecto, Amycus’s sister, teaches Muggle Studies, which is compulsory for everyone. We’ve all got to listen to her explain how Muggles are like animals, stupid and dirty, and how they drive wizards into hiding by being vicious toward them, and how the natural order is being reestablished. I got this one for asking her how much Muggle blood she and her...
…we accept the love we think we deserve.– The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (via thechocolatebrigade)
at the library
theweatheragainstyourwindow: I had been left and forgotten. A Clemson girl in a beat-up Toyota saw me but left. She came back later to find me standing in the same place and asked where my mom was. I’ll never forget this girl or the color of her skin or that low so long ago. D; CALL MEEEEEEEEEE IF THAT HAPPENS AGAIN