Regardless of my current relationship status, if a song is about breaking up I will probably like it. Maybe it's because I needed music the most when I was heartbroken. But, I never really got over that rush of feelings. No matter where I am in my life, break-up songs always bring a little loss and loneliness to the surface. in a good way. Do you know what I mean? Just for three minutes minutes, I'm back in San Diego or my studio apartment and then, when the song ends, I let it go all over again.
weekend reading | Hashtag Not Over It
- with notes of champagne and peony, the ghost rose perfume at Summerland will smell just like a memory.
- Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. I love this one especially:
- "conscious uncoupling" explained with Gwyneth gifs. This could possibly be a useful concept. Conscious uncoupling with all sorts of things! bad-attitude baristas, sweaters that shrunk in the wash and are now just a little too short, etc.
(listen) Kacey Musgraves - Keep it to Yourself (photo) on film with Leica CL | wilted peonies at Beast