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yES.

She would kill them

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Yes please where

conspicuously-empty:

Yes please where

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Something I’ve been working on the whole day…

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Autumn in NYC

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Always reblog

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Throwback Thursday, baby. I miss the blonde hair. I do not however, miss those shorts. 

Throwback Thursday, baby. I miss the blonde hair. I do not however, miss those shorts. 

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What I will never forget about living in New York on September 11th, was all of the pictures and flyers hung around the city, looking for lost loved ones. They were everywhere downtown. Some were encased in plastic, as to not get damaged by the wind and rain. Some simply said, “Missing” and the persons name and last known whereabouts. Some talked about the person in memoriam already. 

The city itself was so still in those days after 9/11. Times Square, usually a chaotic tourist destination, was practically empty. People actually looked each other in the eye. There was a comfort expressed between strangers that I have yet to see since. 

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