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Easterfest Merch 2014 | To Write Love On Her Arms, New Empire and Destiny Rescue.

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Easterfest Merch 2014 | To Write Love On Her Arms, New Empire and Destiny Rescue.

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breakfastburritoe:

ur very cute and very far away please come be cute closer to me

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songbirdsandnightingales:

Free Fallin’ - John Mayer

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Easterfest 2014 | Such an amazing 5 days of perfect blue skies, music memories, laughter and far too many donuts. I got to see Jars of Clay play twice and was able to hear so many of my favourite songs. New Empire was fab as always and their new album is so lovely and Tigertown’s gig at St Stephens Church was such beauty to my ears. Other music highlights were Dear Dearest, the Germein Sisters and The Almost’s cover of Free Falling. 

I should be sleeping, but I’m not. Missing easterfest but also happy to be warm and home. This weekend was so perfect. So many amazing music moments, adventures and so so much laughter. Will post some photos tomorrow to get me through that “first day back at work after 5 days of easter fun” grind.

athenagracee:

There is no other day. All days are present now. This moment contains all moments.

C.S. Lewis

athenagracee:

There is no other day. All days are present now. This moment contains all moments.
C.S. Lewis

…in the dusk of the toowoomba sun // see you soon easterfest!

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intoconsistency:

Stevens pass, Washington (by kevinrussmobile)

intoconsistency:

Stevens pass, Washington (by kevinrussmobile)

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❝ And one by one the nights between our separated cities are joined to the night that unites us.

— Pablo Neruda (via onceuponawildflower)