↳ Favourite Book - The Tales of Beedle The Bard
this makes my heart ache
Silverstein always has been, and always will be my favorite poet because he doesn’t even need words in his poem to make people open their eyes.
Best picture ever
God save the queen and my feelings cause I think I’ll have a heart attack
(Now seriously: Why England has the most sexy men in this world? )
The oldest question in the universe…
Pretty much Moffat
To the best of times.
I’m a vegetarian, but I kind of suck at it. I don’t have time to cook really, but I do make sure to get protein and vitamins (mostly through supplements). I eat a healthy breakfast every day, which always varies. I eat a lot of sushi and seafood in general, and my favorite comfort food is alfredo pasta. The only things I can cook are breakfast food and Asian food. That’s mostly it.
Hardly. At work, people think I’m funny, easygoing, and nice. At school, people think I’m broody (or one of those unmotivated intellectual types, you know). At social gatherings, people think I’m annoying. That pretty much sums it up.
I’ve been crying all day, and you don’t know how heartwarming it is to heart that. I’m beyond words.
I’m so sorry that you are struggling with your grades this way. I know from experience how little a GPA can reflect your overall performance, and I know it seems that your GPA is all that matters. High school, and pardon my crude language, really fucking sucks sometimes.
Concerning school - from my experience - it’s best to take it one day at a time. It really is worth a try to go to your Economics teacher and talk to them about it. My high school French teacher used to wait weeks to put new grades into the computer, so they would show up as zeros until she put them in. I had her write notes to my parents saying that I wasn’t actually failing.
Don’t let high school run your life, and don’t let it influence your life choices. Some of the greatest, most influential people got terrible grades or never finished high school. Your grades don’t show how smart you are, how much potential you have, or how much you’ve achieved. Rather, your grades show how good you are at school - and from my experience, school isn’t for everyone. They have little influence on your path in life; if there’s somewhere you want to end up, you’ll make it there. And ending your senior year with not-so-favorable grades isn’t the last chance you’ll have. If you have the drive, the motivation, and the passion, you’ll end up where you want to be eventually. The naysayers will never stop trying to knock you down, so it’s important to disregard what others say.
This is your life. You’re not inherently a failure if you screw up a few times in high school. The only way you could ever even remotely resemble a failure is if you give up your dreams in the face of adversity. You have it in you. You’ve made it this far, which makes you a warrior. And if you walk out of battle with a few prominent scars - inside or out - wear them with pride. Own the progress you’ve made. If you’ve given your all, and if it’s the best you can do, you have absolutely no reason to feel like a failure.
Hear that voice in your head - you know, the one telling you that you’re better off dead? That’s one of those naysayers. Drown out that malevolent voice, and when you make it out alive, spit in their face. You can survive this. It’s one of the hardest times of your life, without a doubt. But you must recognize the courage and valor it takes to get through the three and a half years that you’ve already conquered. Because that’s what you’ve done - you’ve conquered - and this isn’t the end of your story. The greatest successes come from those who’ve suffered in the face of their demons, but ultimately stood tall until the very end.
And even if you don’t, I believe in you. I really, truly do.
Chin up, darling. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and it’s not as far away as it seems.
I think dreads look good on others when they’re well-kept. Otherwise, I’d say stretched piercings (other than lobes) and cheek piercings. And crop tops.