Toast to the Greater Life

Anonymous asked: Imy<333


Answer:

I’m sure I miss you too… if I knew who you were. LOLOL

— 7 months ago
Anonymous asked: do you ever reminisce on memories?


Answer:

Of course I do. Who doesn’t lol.

— 1 year ago
Anonymous asked: What is your most favorite memory?


Answer:

I don’t have a specific memory that I favor. There are tons of good ones that are on the same level.

— 1 year ago
Anonymous asked: hiii :) how are you?


Answer:

Sorry for the super late responses. I’m doing good and how are you anon?

— 1 year ago
smiledarlingg:

Letting Go .its a lot harder than it seems. You talk all day, everyday. You fall asleep on the phone together. You wake up to good morning texts. You think about them every second you’re awake then when you’re asleep, you dream about them. You spend time with them whether its in person or not. They soon become a part of your everyday life and you get used to it… Then all of a sudden, they leave. Most of the time once they’re gone, they’re gone for good. Meaning, no more late night calls, no more cute text messages (actually no texts at all), no more ’ i love you ’ ‘babe ‘ all of that. The first few days you will want to call, text, send them an ask, IM, really do everything just to talk to them and restore what’s “normal”. But, as much as you try,  things don’t change. The hardest part is letting go. You check their tumblr and facebook often just to see what they’re doing and also to see if they have someone new. This person that was once your everything is now just a memory. A memory that you replay over and over again in your head. You spend nights reminiscing in the said words, shared laughs, the kisses, all the good things that went on during the time you two were together. Letting go can take weeks, months, even years. Remember that this was just a fragment of time, a memory that will someday fade.

smiledarlingg:

Letting Go .
its a lot harder than it seems. You talk all day, everyday. You fall asleep on the phone together. You wake up to good morning texts. You think about them every second you’re awake then when you’re asleep, you dream about them. You spend time with them whether its in person or not. They soon become a part of your everyday life and you get used to it… Then all of a sudden, they leave. Most of the time once they’re gone, they’re gone for good. Meaning, no more late night calls, no more cute text messages (actually no texts at all), no more ’ i love you ’ ‘babe ‘ all of that. The first few days you will want to call, text, send them an ask, IM, really do everything just to talk to them and restore what’s “normal”. But, as much as you try,  things don’t change. The hardest part is letting go. You check their tumblr and facebook often just to see what they’re doing and also to see if they have someone new. This person that was once your everything is now just a memory. A memory that you replay over and over again in your head. You spend nights reminiscing in the said words, shared laughs, the kisses, all the good things that went on during the time you two were together. Letting go can take weeks, months, even years. Remember that this was just a fragment of time, a memory that will someday fade.

(Source: nerissaidgaf, via yourstruly-b)

— 1 year ago with 39911 notes

Super Saiyan!!! Let’s get rowdy!!!

— 2 years ago
Anonymous asked: what are some things you do to pass the time?


Answer:

Depends on the occasion I guess. To pass the time until I go hang out with my friends I either play games or watch Youtube videos. To pass time in general I work out, sing, watch TV, text, play with my dog, and the other things I said above. Nothing out of the ordinary.

— 2 years ago

You know how hard it is knowing that once we had is now gone? That everything that we ever did or done meant nothing. 

You know how hard it is knowing that once we had is now gone? That everything that we ever did or done meant nothing. 

(via msicuhlove)

— 2 years ago with 198405 notes
Love You Dad

He just came into my room and gave me a glass of who knows what. All I know that it’s alcohol. He then cheered with me and left. Thanks dad, you’re turning me into an alcoholic. 

— 2 years ago with 1 note