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Because I have nothing better to do. I'm 18 and bored.

today i’m feeling blah. not good or bad, just very, very blah. this couldve been a tweet but i’d rather be the apathetic girl on tumblr than the complainy girl on twitter.

actually, i just didnt feel like opening another tab for twitter- lets be real.

It is so hard to leave—until you leave. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world.

(Source: feellng, via 10knotes)

in my humble opinion…

when it comes to moving on (in a negative way) :

the second it (whatever or whoever “it” is) stops being important to you, thats the second you’ll know you’ve moved on; its an important moment.

all the seconds before that, the ones youve spent convincing yourself youre over it or reminding yourself of reasons to be upset, angry, hurt, whatever- those seconds collectively are just as necessary as they lead up to the biggest and most important second (that i mentioned earlier) the "moving on" second.

until then i’m sure it’s not the most enjoyable experience, i guess just cherish the fact that you posses the ability to be so passionate about something that it can stay with you. even if its a grudge, anger, whatever- it takes a special kind of person to be able to process and store passion; maybe next time it wont be negative passion. 

not sure why i think its okay to post stuff like this, whatevzzz

i mentioned the “in a negative way” part at the beginning because i do feel like you can move on from things happily. like outgrow a genre of music or a hobby- it just stops being important to you. but, this other type is often not as welcomed and thus, i wrote some nonsense on the subject. 

ya live and ya learnnn.

what ever happened to the show “two stupid dogs”? 

furthermore, why was it ok for 1st grade laura to watch “two stupid dogs”? i loved it. 


donate 7:12 to my childhood flashback- have a great night!

its friday and this is a throw back. ^ thats my biff making a face. 

its friday and this is a throw back. ^ thats my biff making a face. 

3 months ago

The most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention.

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege, via thatkindofwoman)