Emmylou Harris - Red Dirt Girl
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comethearchers:

Song of the Day 4.9.13

One thing they don’t tell you 'bout the blues when you got 'em
You keep on falling ‘cause there ain’t no bottom
And there ain’t no end.

Kiss
With a mouth of shooting stars
Of lost and broken hearts
Unafraid you can name your scars
With a touch of a new heart
Oh
And it goes with where you go
Don’t lose faith for the friends
You don’t
Need a thing, you already know
You are right as you are
Allison Sudol
seaofevenings:

The Civil Wars.

I used to listen to this band all the time with Teagan Katherine Jee Nolan. We  knew all the words by heart and we’d sing them driving around in my old truck. I miss those times💜

seaofevenings:

The Civil Wars.

I used to listen to this band all the time with Teagan Katherine Jee Nolan. We knew all the words by heart and we’d sing them driving around in my old truck. I miss those times💜

The person that you’d take a bullet for is behind the trigger
Oh, we’re fading fast, I miss missing you now and then

The Things You Let Me Keep (2014)

So I’ve watched this horse sit in a pasture for years all by himself. I stop every time I see him to give him a treat and some much desired attention. He’s the sweetest thing! If I drive by, he’ll rear in the pasture and gallop over to my truck. I’ve been asking for the past two years, and this summer the owner was finally willing to sell! I’ve been working all summer to save up the money for the horse and the vet bills. Everything was settled until my parents told me this weekend that they couldn’t help pay for board anymore. 
I’m heartbroken. Every animal deserves to be cherished. Jesse deserves so much more than to be a pasture ornament for the rest of his life. What should I do? If anyone has any sort of suggestion, please please don’t be shy to share!

So I’ve watched this horse sit in a pasture for years all by himself. I stop every time I see him to give him a treat and some much desired attention. He’s the sweetest thing! If I drive by, he’ll rear in the pasture and gallop over to my truck. I’ve been asking for the past two years, and this summer the owner was finally willing to sell! I’ve been working all summer to save up the money for the horse and the vet bills. Everything was settled until my parents told me this weekend that they couldn’t help pay for board anymore.
I’m heartbroken. Every animal deserves to be cherished. Jesse deserves so much more than to be a pasture ornament for the rest of his life. What should I do? If anyone has any sort of suggestion, please please don’t be shy to share!