Don’t you just love it when people call out your name while you have your headphones listening to some music or anything else? Yes, please yell at me and get angry when i don’t respond because obviously my attention is somewhere else.
Even more so when they say something like “Why didn’t you come here when I called your name?” ”I was listening to music with my headphones.” “Take them out next time.”
when i was 15 i had to go to the emergency room for my arm and they needed to x-ray it, and i had to take my shirt off, with the nurse being there. so i started crying because i felt so insecure & she looked at me heartbroken and asked if she could just hug me. but right before she hugged me she noticed my scars and she kept saying over and over how loved and beautiful i was. and yep. that is my story of the time i had a heartfelt bonding moment with a random lady in the x-ray room of a hospital
Yeah you fell in love And you went and got married Had yourself a family How simple life can be Somewhere it all went wrong And your plan just fell apart And you ain’t got the heart to finish what you started
Hyo-Shin let her roll down the
windows so she could pretend she was on Young-Do’s motorcycle. The summer air
was hot and belied the end of the season. She wondered when the cold would snap
through the trees and everything would start to die.
They didn’t talk much as he sped
through the loop that surrounded the city. She enjoyed the silence as she put her
hand out the window to feel the wind. It was an hour she needed to pretend that
awful things weren’t waiting for her back in Seoul.
Rachel kept her phone tightly
clenched in her hand. If Young-Do was an idiot and he called her, she didn’t
want to miss it. She also didn’t have the luxury of ignoring Mother if she
called and it was only a matter of time before she was chastised for striking
“I can’t believe you skipped your
favorite class.” Rachel pulled her hand back into the car and rolled up the
window. She reached down into her purse and pulled out her compact so she could
assess the damages and at least start to pull herself together after her
“I can make it up. There is an
extra lecture this weekend. If you’re not busy you should come with me. We’re
watching classic movies and there will be a discussion afterwards. It’s taught
by the professor I recommended. You could introduce yourself.” She bit her
lower lip as caught him smiling at her out of the corner of her eye. “There
will be food.”
“Young-Do is supposed to be back
by then,” she said. “He’s out of town this week but he…” How on earth was she
supposed to survive two years with minimal contact if she couldn’t handle one
bad morning without him?
unpopular opinion time. i’ve been seeing this post floating around like “if i’m following and reblogging stuff from someone who’s upset you, please tell me so i can unfollow them” okay, i understand wanting to please your friends, but people shouldn’t be able to dictate who somebody follows solely on if they dislike them or not. this is coming from someone who’s been in this situation twice now, where someone has made me feel guilty and bad for being friends with someone they’re not. it’s not fair. nobody should have to pick and choose their friends because people can’t act like adults. if you dislike someone, use block and blacklist. don’t force other people into unfollowing them or not associating with them because you don’t like them. i see people i don’t like every single day online and offline, but at least you can block and blacklist on the internet. it’s not fair, don’t drag other people into your drama. there’s no need.
More than 150 congressional staffers, as well as a few elected officials, walked off the job Thursday afternoon, gathering on the steps of the Capitol to join protests in support of the families of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two unarmed black men killed by police officers last summer.