The Spring Playlist 2014

It’s official. We’re at the point where I just want it to be lovely outside 100% of the time. I realize how unreasonable I am being, and I know that this will happen in due time. But I also know what lovely weather feels like, and I need it like water. Until that happens, I will be spending my days reliving my trip to beautiful Florida and listening to my Spring Playlist.

Left to right: mama, Teddy, me.
Left to right: mama, Teddy, me.
The tree above me at this secret beach we found, which is a little slice of heaven hidden from the world.
The tree above me at this secret beach we found, which is a little slice of heaven hidden from the world.
The picture of heaven on earth. Trees stick out of the sand everywhere, creating little coves for your to disperse your things. It was stunning.
The picture of heaven on earth. Trees stick out of the sand everywhere, creating little coves for you to disperse your things. it was stunning.

Teddy and Me

Lake
Siesta Key

Making friends in St. Petersburg.
Making friends in St. Petersburg.
Lastly, the sunset. You can't see it here, but there were dolphins playing by the trees.
Lastly, the sunset. You can’t see it here, but there were dolphins playing by the trees.

The Spring Playlist 2014
Found here

Gobbledigook – Sigur Ros
Byegone – Volcano Choir
The Mess We’re In – PJ Harvey (ft. Thom Yorke)
Tears for Affairs – Camera Obscura
I Can See the Pines are Dancing – A. A. Bondy
Reflecting Light – Sam Phillips
Apply – Glasser
Daydream – Youth Lagoon
A Chicken with its Head Cut Off – The Magnetic Fields
74 (Shoreline) – Broken Social Scene
Postcards from Italy – Beirut
Simple Song – The Shins
I’m a Pilot – Fanfarlo
Fare Thee Well – Oscar Isaac
Ghost Town – First Aid Kit

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