COUNTY 43

A COLLECTION OF MY INFLUENCES

judgebunnie:

koipatches:

hyperactivetardis:

thezookeeperisveryfondofrum:

scottishkilt:

itsallbluehair:

jaelabi:

"From the original poster:

So, I’m in Kentucky for work and today when we got back, 1000 high school students had checked into our hotel. They had been making quite the ruckus tonight, but then did this to celebrate the start of the Olympics. Not the best video, (cause my fear kept me pretty far from the edge) but that’s 18 levels of them singing! Amazing!

Video credit: Michelle Johnson (Facebook)”

omg

Ho-Lee-Sh*t.

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i got f*cking chills omg

THAT SOPRANO D*MN. F*CK

DAAAAAAYYYYMMMMM

(via brooksbrothersrepublican)

mountain-music:

going-going-gawne:

"Love is a precious thing, I’m told. Burns just like West Virginia cold"

There Ain’t No Ash Will Burn—Jill Andrews and Josh Oliver

Just one moment of peace, that would suit me so fine
But it’s echoes and glimpses of beautiful times
I’m sure it’s much harder on your end than mine
If you ever pass through here I’m not hard to find.

(Source: kathrynamelia)

He may not have been a sibling, but he was with our family for 15 years… He was a hardheaded mess, seemed to have more lives than a cat, and i’ll miss him a lot… #Tucker #gonetoday

He may not have been a sibling, but he was with our family for 15 years… He was a hardheaded mess, seemed to have more lives than a cat, and i’ll miss him a lot… #Tucker #gonetoday

fycharleston:

Interiors of the Poyas-Mordecai House
69 Meeting Street

This house is within the original Grand Model of Historic Charleston. Built in 1788 in the Adamesque style of architecture, it was purchased in 1837 by Moses Cohen Mordecai, an important historic figure, who added the piazzas and connected the main house to the kitchen house. Mordecai, originally opposed to secession, became a blockade runner in support of the Confederacy and lost his entire fortune. Forced to flee to Baltimore after the war, he was again very successful in business. In 1870 Mr. Mordecai, at his own expense, brought home the bodies of South Carolina soldiers who fell at Gettysburg.

(Source: carriageprop.com, via simplysouthernwayoflife)