Makeup on point today.
Makeup on point today.
i wasn’t expecting to get a response so quickly but even all positive responses. thank you all. you sincerely make me feel better.
I smoke but only at night when I’m trying to sleep. I also take Xanax, but purely to sleep as well. Those are the only 2 things that help with my insomnia. If I do any of those during the day, I’ll become a zombie. Luckily one of my coworkers deals with organic things that help calm me down during work but regardless it’s shitty to deal with. Thank you for taking time to respond though.
this has been going on for years, and it gets particularly worse in the winter. maybe it’s because the days are shorter. maybe because i never really “grew up” - i just threw myself into responsibility and adulthood. i don’t think i’ll ever have an answer.
Sarah and I on our favorite New Year’s holiday the past 3 years <3
This is so sweet!
My first tattoo experience was on my 18th birthday and I was in Providence and decided to get it done. It’s the triforce behind my ear. I was terrified for no reason. It really isn’t a big deal. :) All I can say is once I got a taste for it, I just kept going bigger.
Here’s what’s on my body:
Edit: I meant to answer privately, my bad. But I guess everyone can enjoy my colors now. xo
literally how i feel about working 50+ hours this week
all i want for christmas is to not cry during doctor who
I love this picture of us.
WHO SAID THE END OF SEASON 4 OF DEXTER WOULD BE OKAY
THIS IS NOT OKAY
It’s okay. 4 years is a long time, yes, but I see it differently when looking at our ages, I was 19 when we started dating and she was 17, at 23 and 21 we’re not thinking about marriage, we’re not thinking about kids, it’s only been brought up once seriously that we even mentioned living together and it was still only hypothetical based on her current living situation.
It’s not that the idea of marriage is barred from conversation it’s just that neither of us are very interested in it at the moment. Hopefully I don’t offend anyone but I genuinely think it’s silly for someone to propose, “merr well we’ll get married in two years when I’m out of school,” if you’re happy and comfortable together then why throw a potentially detrimental variable in to the mix? Why not just remain happy and comfortable? We both (as a couple and/or as individuals) literally have our entire lives to get married, I see absolutely no reason to rush in to the situation, especially not when I’ve seen marriages crumble all around me.
If you were perfectly happy and comfortable riding your bike and taking the bus/train anywhere you needed to go, would you jump at the idea of spending a ton of money on a car that might break down or that you might wreck?
On top of these reasons I tend to need to isolate myself from people relatively regularly, I get to the point where I don’t even want to speak to my best friends. I am confident that at this point in my life I am incredibly incapable of maintaining a marriage let alone sharing a sleeping space with someone for more than a week at a time.
I hope that this answered your question, feel free to ask more if you’re still curious but I’m not sure how much of a better explanation I can give you.
this is important
it really bugs me when people post about “true love” and “marriage” and “soulmates” and it’s like
why do you need to label things
can’t you just be happy with one another and savor each moment
Snuggling into this scarf and watching Dexter forever.
"I’ve finally seen you! Someone said there’s a girl in north Stamford with hot pink hair. Let me buy your coffee for you."
Thanks, cool dude from dunkin donuts.
The snuggliest scarf.