Date me so I can spoil you. Let me take you stargazing. Let me take you to your favorite restaurant. Let me show you how worth it you are. Let me show you what it’s like to be loved. Let me show you happiness. I want to see your real smile. Let’s go on adventures. Let me surprise you with your favorite flowers. I want to be your best friend. The person that you turn to when you’re hurting. I want to be more than just a girlfriend. Be my world. Let me show you what it’s like to be the only girl I see. Let me be the girlfriend that will protect you with all I have.

anonymous asked:

hi I love you & think ur rad & im glad we got reconnected recently, let's go on lots of adventures together 💖

who dis

new phone

it rora aint it.

*whuspers* thank you sm

thebrightsideofthebluemoon  asked:

Lets go on an adventure!!!! 3, 9, 11, 15!!!!!!

3. How long have you been part of the LGBTQIA+ community? What was your coming out like? 

- I’ve been part of the LGBTQIA+ community since I was 12. It’s kind of a long funny story but I realized I was bi-sexual. I came out to my mom when I was 13 and though she’s a bit more supportive now but when I told her I was bi she just said, no you’re not. And there was a lot of back and forth and she called it a phase, but here I am ten years later and now I’m pansexual so phase be damned!

9. Favorite books (besides Harry Potter)?

- I’ve been an avid reader since I was little so there is a fair amount of books on my favorites list. I will admit that when the Harry Potter books first came out I didn’t read them, I was reading the Charlie Bone series by Jenny Nemo (which is one of my favorite series) I didn’t actually read the HP books until a couple years ago! 

-My favorites would be the Charlie Bone series, the Great and Terrible Beauty series by Libba Bray, The Lunar Chronicals series by Marissa Meyer, the Grisha series by Leigh Bardugo, The Buntline Special by Mike Resnick, and American Gods & Coraline by Neil Gaiman.

11. What is your favorite song?

-Another really hard question but if I had to narrow it down to two songs it would be I’m Not Okay by My Chemical Romance and Fly Me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra. I know they’re on either end of the musical spectrum but both have kinda shaped who I am. 

I was a hardcore emo kid when I was younger and I struggled a lot with my depression and my identity (I was having a lot of issues with my gender specifically because I didn’t know the word genderfluid yet) and I was cutting, not because of depression but because it was a stress relief thing. And I would listen to I’m Not Okay on repeat and it would make me feel better, and when I saw the band’s documentry and saw how Gerard really pulled himself out of his drug and alcohol problems it really made me feel like I could help myself and pull myself together and that was just such a big part of my life.

On the other end, I was introduced to Frank Sinatra when I was six by my sister’s dad and it was just so beautiful. It really showed me the diversity music has and how great the older stuff was. And as I grew up with it it shaped my interest in the 40′s-60′s and really got me into the whole idea of rockabilly and yeah. I just love that song!

15. If you had to describe your aesthetic, what would it be?

-That’s a weird one haha I’d say creatively weird viking witch?


“We’re like lets explore, lets go and have adventure. We eventually meet up with Gill, at first he was just very quiet. When we asked question it was very yes or no, he wasnt really very demonstrative and wasnt really explaining a lot. He was a bit intimidating.

So we get into his really beat up van and start cruising around, and he’s like ‘Oh I’ll just take you around’.
'What are you gonna take us around to do?’
'Nah dont worry about you’ll ruin the surprise’”.

Becky Sauerbrunn - Un-belizeable

@traveled-little-prince said:

“Hmph!” he surveyed the area with his hands on his hips, as if he were looking for a solution to their puzzle that Katherine had happened to put them in.

“Perhaps I should have led us through here,” he suggested a little too late. Even though he didn’t know where this location was, he had a risky yet strangely reliable sense of direction.

Katherine eyed the tunnel warily, not sure it was such a good idea to willingly enter a place lined with cobwebs and dank moss.  There was a musty smell that a chilly breeze blew past them from inside the dark entryway.  Still, there was something about it that seemed right, just as the Little Prince had said.  If she squinted, Katherine even thought she could see a ghostly light at the end of the passageway.  

The young artist tried to be as polite as she could, but she couldn’t help but shiver at the sound of eerie chattering coming from the tunnel.  Katherine had grown up in a tree, so insects and spiders were her friends, but it was hard not to wrinkle her nose at the smell of mold and sulfur.  

“After you?” she said, wincing with a smile.