1989
Yasmara, 15, Taylor Swift and cats basically

The lights are so bright but they never blind me.
Welcome to New York!

The lights are so bright but they never blind me.

Welcome to New York!

faded-maps:

I recently got a tattoo that means a lot to me, in so many ways. This marks my second Taylor Swift tattoo. I got the word RED in bold letters and the almost exact font that is used for the album. This album is amazing and heart breaking, and beautifully tragic. I never thought it was possible to relate to an album that much. I was a fan of Taylor before Red was released, but as I was listening to every song and got chills at every lyric. I began to realize when I was alone in my room with no one to talk to, Taylor was there. She was there when no one else in my life was. I was in a dark place in 2012 and even now, I still struggle with my demons. I experienced many painful memories and this album helped me. I saw the Red tour live in May of last year and after the concert - I had originally planned to commit suicide.  There was something about that show that made me want to see another day. Taylor gave me hope. As I am sitting here typing this out, I am proud that I am here. Here to experience the 1989 era because I never thought I’d be able to hear a new Taylor album. Red was my rock and will always be held close to my heart. Before 1989 came out, I wanted to get this tattoo so that no matter where I am, it’s imprinted on me. This album changed my life - more importantly it saved my life. taylorswift

faded-maps:

I recently got a tattoo that means a lot to me, in so many ways. This marks my second Taylor Swift tattoo. I got the word RED in bold letters and the almost exact font that is used for the album. This album is amazing and heart breaking, and beautifully tragic. I never thought it was possible to relate to an album that much. I was a fan of Taylor before Red was released, but as I was listening to every song and got chills at every lyric. I began to realize when I was alone in my room with no one to talk to, Taylor was there. She was there when no one else in my life was. I was in a dark place in 2012 and even now, I still struggle with my demons. I experienced many painful memories and this album helped me. I saw the Red tour live in May of last year and after the concert - I had originally planned to commit suicide.  There was something about that show that made me want to see another day. Taylor gave me hope. As I am sitting here typing this out, I am proud that I am here. Here to experience the 1989 era because I never thought I’d be able to hear a new Taylor album. Red was my rock and will always be held close to my heart. Before 1989 came out, I wanted to get this tattoo so that no matter where I am, it’s imprinted on me. This album changed my life - more importantly it saved my life. taylorswift

I WASNT PREPARED FOR WELCOME TO NEW YORK YET THE SUPRISES NEED TO STOP 

❝every queen needs her KING.❞ ♕ (10/18/14)
Friendly Reminder

cruisinandgroovin:

bornon1989:

Wednesday2 years of RED

Friday: 8 years of TAYLOR SWIFT

Saturday: 4 years of SPEAK NOW

Monday: release of 1989

Well. I’m going to cry now.

taylorswift:

saralucasi:

Taylor Swift in flowers

10 x 10 cm acrylic painting on canvas 

taylorswift inspired me a lot. As an aspiring artist, watching her make her art and achieving her wildest dreams, while having an amazing connection with her fans, helped me become more sure of what I want and gave me the needed confidence for it. So I am going to thank Taylor by having her as my muse for my upcoming art. 

I love your work so much.

illbethebryncess:

When 1989 is finally in my hands. 

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