oh, little owl
26. married to a handsome history major. future librarian. current grad student. two cats. baltimore sports.

current favorite things:
» cerebral acoustic music
» 90's law drama cinema
» classic DOS RPGs

80% of this movie was Tom Cruise crying with only his eyes while delivering lines.

I loved it, but I’m not going to lie, Wilford Brimley stole the show.

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Mexican hot chocolate with cinnamon coated marshmallows 🍵👌

Mexican hot chocolate with cinnamon coated marshmallows 🍵👌

A perfect summation.

A perfect summation.

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Finally home. Finally.

Just me, some take out pho (and spring rolls omg sooooo good 👌), and John Grisham adaptations.

And homework at some point.

But mostly pho.

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Cannot even quantify how much I am looking forward to wrapping up on the couch and watching movies this evening.

Not even homework can ruin the perfection that is half napping to Netflix binges.

This has just been magnified by the sudden round 2 of epic rainstorm that blew in while I am slowly preparing to walk back to work.

Uphill.

10 mins uphill in a rainstorm.

Idek if this chai and quiet meditation music hr was worth it.

Live blogging a terrible lapse in judgement.

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#superduperlatergram sometimes I find pics on my phone that I forgot ever taking

#superduperlatergram sometimes I find pics on my phone that I forgot ever taking

My husband’s book of the day.

My husband’s book of the day.

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Digging Shelters
Neil Halstead

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Neil Halstead ~ Digging Shelters 

Fun story: flipping stations on a drive home after a rural errand with my husband and I wind up on our local indie-ish station, where I hear music that I sort of recognize, think maybe it’s Alexi Murdoch.

Shazam tells me it can’t identify it so I wait until it’s over — and then hear applause because it’s a live studio show. Fabulous!

So they mention mystery guy has got a new album, Palindrome Hunches, at which point I am like “oh man, I know this! I’ve got this guy saved on Spotify” (which a. thank god for Spotify, it gets me and has recommended so much music on my radio stations that has been absolutely perfect, and b. not exaggerating about the dialogue I was having with the radio while alone in the car). 

So they’re interviewing him and when they ask him about his influences he mentions a musician whom I had been up until this point pretty sure my dad was the sole fan of (Jake Thackray). And then they ask him to play another song and he plays this one which was my favorite from the album. 

So here it is. The music of my people: fingerpicking and whisper voice.

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