My Killer Memories

"You have to organize your life so that each moment is significant..."

~Pretty fucking sure I'm gonna get alzheimers. So I'm gonna post here as a way to preserve all my most intimate, stupid, random, uninteresting thoughts. Memories matter.

Here mine are.
ilikefrenchfriesmorethanguys:

hahahaha the third picture is my life. 
it’s going to be his reaction when I tell him we’re married😏

lmfaoo

ilikefrenchfriesmorethanguys:

hahahaha the third picture is my life. 
it’s going to be his reaction when I tell him we’re married😏

lmfaoo

likehindsfeet:

I guess it is necessary to share this with you all now.

how did he find a girl short enough for him?? lol good for him :)

likehindsfeet:

I guess it is necessary to share this with you all now.

how did he find a girl short enough for him?? lol good for him :)

Shake It Off

Is a good pop song. Super catchy. So much sass. 

But it’s also like everything else on Top 40 right now.

I hold Taylor to a higher standard. I expect more from her than all the regular, catchy but forgettable pop we hear on the radio right now. Her lyrics have taken me aback because they were so clever and true. Or they were so simple and blatant and honest…they were genius. “We are never, ever, ever getting back together” is an example of just that. She can still have fun, catchy songs without sacrificing her genius writing. Not a single line of “Shake It Off” took my breath away. She can and has done better. 

Also, I don’t understand the point of removing yourself from the country music genre. It’s liberating, I guess…to not have to force yourself to put a banjo into a song, or make sure you include a mandolin. But at the same time you are limiting yourself by labeling your music “pop.” Just let music be music. You never really talked about labels before, so why do it now? You’re going to be influenced by everything you listen to and it will reflect in your music. She has always been the perfect mix of country and pop…and to limit yourself to one genre is such a waste. It’s like she is giving into everyone who accuses her of not being country. 

I’m sure the album will be wonderful and amazing and i will love it just like I have loved every Taylor Swift album. But I am surely going to miss the Taylor Swift we met in sundresses and cowboy boots. The Taylor Swift that did not allow labels or genres to define her music or her art. 

My heart’s a little sad that she’s becoming less and less involved in the country music world.