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Anonymous asked: Turn, Cinema, Years
Turn: At the beginning of July, my friend Jadie is heading to boot camp. As much as I am proud of her for joining the Marine Corps, I am so sad to see her go. My friend Alisha is also moving away for college. I feel like right now many of my friends are being separated from me and it’s so hard. To say goodbye. To know I may not see them again.
Cinema: Seven Pounds, Hercules, Food, Inc., Forks Over Knives, Donnie Darko.
Some musicals and plays for you: Gruesome Playground Injuries, Good Boys and True, RENT, Next To Normal.
Years: All those times Maggie and I used to go in her basement and record ourselves dancing to Brittney Spears. Sleeping on we futon. Crying on the roof. Spending New Years together. Smoking because we thought we were badass. Going through so many good and bad times with her. It’s ridiculous how much we’ve grown.
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Virgin: Give a description of the person you want to lose (or have lost) your virginity to.
Disney: Which Disney character are you most like?
Future: Do you think you'd feel better if you know what's going to happen to you later in your life?
iTunes: Top 10 favorite songs?
Turn: Who's someone you wish you didn't (have to) say goodbye to?
Tattoo: What tattoos do you want or have, and what's the story behind them?
Skirt: If you could learn any dance style, which would it be?
Cinema: List of movies that have changed your life or your way of thinking.
Post: If an apocalypse were to happen, what do you think the situation would be?
Years: Tell us a story from when you were in high (or middle) school.
Vinyl: Top 3 favorite albums?
Blog: What's something you've learned from having your blog?
The Key to Making it Out of High School Alive:
1. No matter how important you think an essay, a project, or a homework assignment is, your health comes first. Take it from someone who did this 90% of the time her senior year: pulling an all-nighter to finish something for school isn’t worth the stress or anxiety or bad mood the next day.
2. Find people that make you happy. And when those people no longer make you happy, move on and find new people. Simple as that.
3. Be a floater. Don’t subscribe to one group of people. I promise, it’s worth it in the end.
4. Ask for help when you need it.
5. You have a lot to learn. You can never have too much knowledge or insight. Treat the world as it is: an unknown, beautiful, and adventurous thing. Devour it. Embrace it.
6. When your feeling angry, take a walk.
7. When you’re feeling sad, take a walk.
8. Love yourself enough to know that you are not who you date, what you do, who you hang out with, what grades you get, or your parents. You are you. These things are a part of you, but they do not define you. You and only you can define who you are.
9. Stick to your morals. They will change and alter throughout these four years, but do not do something that is against your personal morals.
10. Join a club. Join a sport. Get involved. Trust me, it’s what got me to where I am today: confident, understanding, and accepting.
11. You are beautiful. You are beautiful. You are beautiful. You are worth every penny, every ounce of energy, every effort. You are destined to do great things. Do not ever doubt this about yourself.
“Do not fall in love with people like me
we will take you to
museums and parks
and kiss you in every beautiful
place so that you can
never go back to them
without tasting us
like blood in your mouth”
It’s funny how my whole high school career, I’m always faced with having to say goodbye to my senior friends. Now, I’m the senior. And I always thought I would be so happy to leave and move on, but the truth is, I met my true friends this year. One is going into the Marines. Two are going to college three hours away. One is moving on to a better part in his life. We’re all saying goodbye. Not to mention I’m saying goodbye to drama club, to the teachers that care about me, to my directors, to everyone else still in high school. I’m saying goodbye to that part of my life. And it’s sad. It’s so sad to think about that. How all the underclassmen are feeling this year is exactly how I felt year after year. I guess I’m just sad it took me this long to find people that cared. I’m sad that I’m saying goodbye.
Change is a scary thing.
Anonymous asked: Just wanted to mention, you're beautiful.
You are beautiful, anon. You really are.
This means so much to me. I don’t know how else to express it
I’m skipping stones to the beat of your heart. I’m trying to be more than a ripple to you. You’re so much like water that it scares me. I plunge myself into your depths, trying to get as deep as I can into who you are, but after so long, the ripples disappear and you are still again. Silent again.
Stop drowning me, I’m trying to swim with your currents.
Anonymous asked: Hey there, it's me again. I hope everything has been well in your life. Hopefully someday we'll see each other soon and we can talk about the things you love in a man or boy. And I can count how many of those things that I'm not, but hope to be someday. You're incredible.
Please come off anonymous. Please. Okay?