Ray LaMontagne at the Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel.
MOST OF THE STUFF PEOPLE WORRY ABOUT NEVER HAPPENS
just a reminder
I like art, and by art I mean music, poetry, sex, paintings, the human body, literature. All of this is art to me.
— Hunter Reveu (via aurelle)
Too much hair for hats.
Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.
— Robin Sharma (via thatkindofwoman)
Disney Princesses as sloths.
haha. AMAZING. katherinebryant
Pronunciation: Brit. /ˈnɒvlti/ , U.S. /ˈnɑvəlti/
Etymology: < Anglo-Norman and Middle French novelté new situation (c1160 in Old French), Middle French, French nouveauté innovation, change (1280), character of that which is new (1280), something new (end of the 14th cent.), fashionable finery or fabric (1694), (plural) fabric of an unusual colour or design (1868) < novelnovel adj. + -té-ty suffix1.
a. Something new, not previously experienced, unusual, or unfamiliar; a novel thing.
b. A new custom or practice; an innovation.
c. Usu. in pl. News; tidings. Obs.
d. Innovation in thought or belief; heresy; (also) an instance of this.
e. An often useless or trivial but decorative or amusing object, esp. one relying for its appeal on the newness of its design.