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  1. ☛ Billy Joel, Thirty-Three Hit Wonder

    I enjoyed this Billy Joel profile exactly as much as a girl from Long Island is expected to.

    You should read it, even if you aren’t from Long Island and don’t really like Billy Joel. It’s good.

  2. …the older I get, the more I see how women are described as having gone mad, when what they’ve actually become is knowledgeable and powerful and fucking furious.
  3. Wedding faces! #magsandted

    Wedding faces! #magsandted

  4. "doing adult things then posting about in on the internet" so my adultness can be recognized is totally an adult thing to do, right?

  5. monkeyfrog:

    Lower your blood pressure.

    This is amazingly equal parts serene and hilarious.

  6. food52:

    Bite into fall with this sweet-savory combo.

    Apple Cheddar Muffins on Food52.

    OMG someone bring me these ingredients so I can make these.

  7. My grandmother died this past January, and I did not attend her funeral.

    I live in Boston now and she lived in Hisarya, Bulgaria, and I could not afford the plane ticket. This is the equation every emigrant tries to solve: distance times the cost of travel equals helplessness equals heartache equals guilt.

    I carried my grief like a bruise on a part of my body hidden from others. I told my husband about my grandmother’s passing but did not want to discuss it, and I didn’t tell any of my friends except one, weeks after the fact, in a text message. I could not bring myself to talk about losing my last living grandparent, because talking about her would mean talking about the literal and figurative ocean between where I come from and where I am now.

    We Who Leave by Adriana Cloud (via therumpus)

    This essay is so beautiful; it was worth every tear.

    (via therumpus)

  8. Spaghetti squash with fresh tomato sauce and spicy sausage. 

This isn’t pretty but it was worth breaking my one pan + a cutting board cooking style.

    Spaghetti squash with fresh tomato sauce and spicy sausage.

    This isn’t pretty but it was worth breaking my one pan + a cutting board cooking style.

  9. Stevie Nicks is like muggle Professor Trelawney

    Stevie Nicks is like muggle Professor Trelawney