I'm the girl your mother warned you about.

I'm Taylor, and these are my self-indulgences. Come here for coffee, books, women, and pretty, woodsy, cabiny things that are pretty far from my life in New York City.
Fah-riends!

First legal drink at the highest brewery in nyc! (at Birreria at Eataly)

ryaneyestonephoto:

Kancamagus River, New Hampshire.  5/5/2013

My favorite place in the world.

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So this is Manhattan, huh?

wait this is our life.

wait this is our life.

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humansofnewyork:

We talked for a few minutes. She told me that she’d had a plan to join the Navy out of high school, but that fell apart because her knees were bad. She told me that she’d just finished working a 12 hour shift on a food truck. She told me that she’d moved to New York for no reason, just to get out of Kansas. “But I’m so glad I came,” she said.

“Why’s that?” I asked. Her eyes began to water.

“Because I’m so in love with a girl right now.”

ilovecharts:

Entropy

ilovecharts:

Entropy

One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.
Jack Kerouac (via hellanne)

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sarahlcomics:

Save on.

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humansofnewyork:

“We just got back from the prom.”

“Did you have dates?”

“Um, yeah.” 

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I believed in a good home, in sane and sound living, in good food, good times, work, faith and hope. I have always believed in these things. It was with some amazement that I realized I was one of the few people in the world who really believed in these things without going around making a dull middle class philosophy out of it. I was suddenly left with nothing in my hands but a handful of crazy stars.
On the Road, Jack Kerouac (via thatkindofwoman)

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