i may or may not have just spoiled myself with a rebecca minkoff bag. oopsie?
i want to start doing youtube. maybe i’ll start that over break.
- "There’s nowhere we can hide."
- "Don’t get too close."
- "Maybe I should kill myself."
- "I’m not listening."
- "No one can hurt you now."
- "Who do you think you are?"
- "You’re gonna catch a cold."
- "I wish that you would just leave."
- "I love the way you laugh."
- "A little…
You are far too sweet, bby cakes.
I hate wearing my hair up but if it prevents it from getting in piggy guts during the final then I’m a happy girl.
no, that’s okay. you go ahead and make me feel like shit.
I am so unbelievably sick of people saying things like “So what if so and so died? It’s not like soldiers don’t die every day without recognition.” Many of my family members have served and I am more than grateful for what our soldiers do for us. I understand that there it nothing more brave or noble than serving. I fully understand that. But, why is it that soldiers are the only ones we can speakof when they die? Why are soldiers the only ones that deserve recognition? Chances are you don’t know those soldiers that die every day any more than you know a celebrity that has died. People are allowed to talk about someone they admire passing regardless of who they are or whether or not they serve in the armed forces. Everyone has a different definition of a hero. Just because your definition of hero is soldier, doesn’t mean that you should shame others for them having different definitions of hero. Why is one life more important than others based on one circumstance?
Every girl loves knowing she doesn’t matter anymore.