The LongConomist

dukebluedevillove:

Love is human.

We love the message of this latest music video from Duke student band Diadem.

Duke has reblogged the music video that one of my bands made! Listen to the song and like us on Facebook pretty please! People are so nice sometimes. :)

birdoftheday:

She is 7, and she is playing in the ice. They had driven in a van up a mountain and she sat in the front seat, was carsick into her pink striped mittens. But ice! The ice is everywhere, coating the mountain. She climbs down from riding shotgun and steps on the ice, feels how slippery it is under…

This will a fable I tell my kids one day. <3

Hey look I can play the piano backwards. 

So I’m in a band eh! Please listen and like our Facebook page! :)

thebunionpaper:

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KENMORE – Witnesses at 100 Bay State Road confirmed earlier today that affluent Boston University student Lauren Macintosh (COM ‘14) can’t even.
”Ugh,” said Macintosh, who still just couldn’t, while standing in line for a sandwich. “Are you kidding? I literally cannot.”
“What can she not…

intentionsintension:

My feet fly over the ground, the backs of houses and eucalyptus trees around me a blur. The park is just visible in the distance, my park, my happy place. Swings swaying with the slight breeze that carries the tingly scent of eucalyptus, the basketball court with its old-school mesh-chain nets,…

Haven’t been home in so long, I’ve not.



Are we really so different that we must be horrified of one of them uncovered, and completely okay with the other?

this is now my most favorited post ever

I&#8217;m excited for both. bewbsss

Are we really so different that we must be horrified of one of them uncovered, and completely okay with the other?

this is now my most favorited post ever

I’m excited for both. bewbsss

artgasmic:

healingicecream:

instagram:

China’s Loveliest Mountain: Huangshan (黄山)

Want to see more photos from Huangshan? Visit the Huangshan (黄山) location page and check out the #huangshan and #黄山 hashtags.

Huangshan (黄山), or “Yellow Mountain,” is situated in east China’s Anhui province. It’s known for sweeping views of jutting granite peaks that emerge just above the clouds, sturdy pine trees and must-see sunrises over the North Sea. As a result of its scenic beauty, the site is a major tourist destination in China. Over 15 million tourists visited in 2007 alone.

Those who visit Huangshan have the opportunity to stand on the world’s highest bridge, known as The Bridge of Immortals. Visitors can also climb several hundred steps past mysterious caves to Lotus Peak—Huangshan’s highest summit at an altitude of 1,837 meters (6,027 feet).

This is where I’m at. :)

Got to the top of this bad boy in 2010. C:

artgasmic:

Chill as fuckk. Listen.