I Am Sarah.

I blog about things that interest me.
I am an avid music consumer,
I appreciate art, movies, books,
and enjoy a stimulating conversation.


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HALLONEMO.DE: If you had been sad for a long time, there will come a day, a...

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hnblog:

If you had been sad for a long time, there will come a day, a situation, a person or just a song, that opens your eyes. Something that makes you think about everything you had done in the past, everything you thought of yourself. I know what I am talking about, because it happened to me at a time…

"I don’t know where the sun beams end and the star
Lights begins it’s all a mystery

Oh to fight is to defend if it’s not
Now than tell me when would be the time that you would stand up
And be a man - for to lose I could accept but to surrender
I just wept and regretted this moment - oh that I - I
Was the fool”

#Musicmonday

Flaming Lips - Fight Test

theswinginsixties:

Bob Dylan - gif

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theswinginsixties:

Bob Dylan - gif

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breakingnews:

Obama makes historic trip to Myanmar
Reuters: President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Myanmar Monday. The trip marks the first time a US president has visited the country, which is also known as Burma.
Obama will meet with Myanmar’s President Thein Sein, as well as with opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. He will close the trip by delivering a speech at the University of Yangon.
Officials say Obama is to announce the resumption of US aid programs to Myanmar, dependent on the continuation of democratic reforms in the country. 
Photo: A girl gestures after presenting U.S. President Barack Obama (4th R) with a bouquet of flowers upon his arrival at Yangon International Airport November 19, 2012. (REUTERS/Jason Reed)

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breakingnews:

Obama makes historic trip to Myanmar

Reuters: President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Myanmar Monday. The trip marks the first time a US president has visited the country, which is also known as Burma.

Obama will meet with Myanmar’s President Thein Sein, as well as with opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. He will close the trip by delivering a speech at the University of Yangon.

Officials say Obama is to announce the resumption of US aid programs to Myanmar, dependent on the continuation of democratic reforms in the country. 

Photo: A girl gestures after presenting U.S. President Barack Obama (4th R) with a bouquet of flowers upon his arrival at Yangon International Airport November 19, 2012. (REUTERS/Jason Reed)

Monday:

  1. Pioneers In Aviation: Honoring the First Families of Aviation
  2. combined with: Bill Boeing Jr.’s 90 birthday

Tuesday: 

  1. Assisting with Jewelry event; a fundraiser for Symphony. 

Wednesday: 

  1. a lazy day

Thurday: 

  1. finally came home
  2. ran errands
  3. reorganized/cleaned

Friday:

  1. slept in, sluggish day.

Saturday:

  1. Symphony; Kids program. :D

Sunday:

  1. TEXAS, BABY! <3

Amy Grant - Whatever It Takes

#musicmonday

tinaluvsu:

LOOOOOVE

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tinaluvsu:

LOOOOOVE

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n-a-s-a:

N44 in the Large Magellanic Cloud 
Credit: ESO

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n-a-s-a:

N44 in the Large Magellanic Cloud 

Credit: ESO

justanotherbando:

queenofyourhouse:

I WILL

OMG YES

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justanotherbando:

queenofyourhouse:

I WILL

OMG YES

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peachesandrainbows:

something to live by.

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peachesandrainbows:

something to live by.

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barackobama:

The day after the election, the President made a surprise visit to campaign HQ in Chicago to thank staff and volunteers. Here’s what he said.

mtv:

best thing found on the internet today?

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mtv:

best thing found on the internet today?

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buzzfeed:

Mark Kelly, husband of Gabrielle Giffords addressing the man who killed six and injured thirteen in Tucson in 2010.

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buzzfeed:

Mark Kelly, husband of Gabrielle Giffords addressing the man who killed six and injured thirteen in Tucson in 2010.