paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

“And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time


I just really, really love this film.
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paintingthelily:

tblaberge:

And in the end I think I’ve learned the final lesson from my travels in time; and I’ve even gone one step further than my father did: The truth is I now don’t travel back at all, not even for the day, I just try to live every day as if I’ve deliberately come back to this one day, to enjoy it, as if it was the full final day of my extraordinary, ordinary life.” - About Time

I just really, really love this film.

(via emily-diana-ruth)

There’s something oddly satisfying about packing all of your worldly possessions into cardboard boxes, and loading them into the back of a car. It almost feels as though by condensing the number of items that I physically own, and confining them to a small, enclosed space, the rest of my life becomes - by extension - less cluttered.

I also really enjoy feeling as though my life is mobile, so I guess there’s that too. 

I like packing things, and I like moving. I like leaning my guitar against a new dresser, walking barefoot on foreign grounds, resting my back against a different wall as my eyes burn through pages I’ve read a dozen times before. The juxtaposition of familiar and unfamiliar things just really, really appeals to me, I think.

If it wasn’t for my unfortunate book-buying (and keeping) habit, I’d be completely suited to a minimalist lifestyle.

The sentimentalist in me, however, disagrees.

I think I’d like to be unsentimental. Unsentimental, but not unfeeling. Attaching memories to paper and print rather than objects is helping with that a lot.

And now I’m going to pack to a combination of Disney music and The Beatles, so I’ll see you on the other side.