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"All I can ever ask of you is to please never settle for me. If I’m not what you’re looking for, if I’m not good enough for you, then don’t stay."

Because you’ll end up leaving anyways (via brunettes-n-sunsets)

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"I think that you
Are so beautiful
And that a million
Suns rise within you.
And I’ve noticed
That when the world
Settles into herself
And it is quiet, I often
Think of you.
And I don’t know if I
Am in love, but I do
Know that I miss you
Every second that you
Are away from me and
That I can find you in
Almost everything."

Appreciation Poem (via afakepoetsdiary)

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fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Young Ernest Hemingway. 
Michigan, 1903 (via)

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Young Ernest Hemingway. 

Michigan, 1903 (via)

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How Madewell Bought And Sold My Family's History

wanderlustandtethers:

In 1937, my great-grandfather started a workwear company in New England called Madewell. In 2006, 17 years after the last factory shut down, J.Crew relaunched a women’s clothing company with the same name and logo, based on a 50-year history in which it had no part.

I stopped dead on Broadway, in the middle of the sidewalk, and stared, not up at the beautiful wrought-iron SoHo buildings, as would befit someone who’d moved to New York in the past month, but at an ordinary sign advertising a small clothing shop. The logo, a casual cursive scrawl with both E’s capitalized, jumped out at me like a beacon from a lighthouse somewhere deep in the back of my brain. That was the logo emblazoned on my baby clothes, the logo my great-grandfather created. It was, I thought, forgotten family history, the factories having shut down shortly after I was born in the ’80s. After a moment I took out my phone and called my mom and asked her what the hell was going on.

Really happy to have read this. I remember smelling bullshit the first time I saw a shop ~5 years ago, and was disappointed to come up short on searches about its true history.

Yeah! They used to be made right near here… Sad times… Make your own name. “Used to be Madewell”

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smithyphoto:

Barrington, RI, 6-6-14.

smithyphoto:

Barrington, RI, 6-6-14.

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barbarabot:

hi i really hated nymphomaniac!!!!!!!!!

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wifi-wizerd:

LOOK AT HIM HE IS THE TEA

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