“Sometimes you have to be strong for yourself. You have to know that you’re a good person and a good friend. What’s meant to be will end up good and what’s not - won’t. Love is worth fighting for, but sometimes you can’t be the only one fighting. At times, people need to fight for you. If they don’t, you just have to move on and realize what you gave them was more than they were willing to give you. Hopefully, people realize great things when they come around and don’t lose something real.Always fight, until you can’t anymore and then be fought for.
It’s not anyone’s fault that ‘these things happen’. It’s not my fault that someone I cared for became unwell and didn’t get better when I was a doctor, or there was a tragedy in France. Yes, it does make you think about life and humanity and your part in it, but it is all about doing your best. Live the best life you can, help others, but don’t feel it’s all your responsibility. We have the right to be happy and healthy. Yes, we have to look out for others, but we also have to look out for ourselves.
This is my favourite thing to do with 2-3-4 day old banana bread (if it ever lasts that long) . Step 1 cut yo fine ass some banana bread. Step 2 put the banana bread in the toaster and toast that baby up. Step 3 put your favourite nut butter on top as well as some sweet fruit👌🏻
There are a lot of wonderful people I’m not following on tumblr.
This is not a hypothetical statement. There are a lot of wonderful people I know and have had conversations with or admire from afar or would like to get to know better or who are friends of friends and/or following me
on tumblr, and I’m not following them. This doesn’t mean they aren’t great or I don’t want to know how they are.
Just that we don’t share a tumblr fandom, or they post so much I can’t catch up with my dash (and therefore have anxiety), or they post about subjects or fandoms that I really don’t want to see. None of this reflects on them (you) as people.
And a while ago I cut back my following list pretty severely, because otherwise I spend way too long scrolling tumblr and feel awful about not getting anything done. But sometimes I will still go onto individual blogs and read through recent entries, because I like people! I want to know how they are!
And a lot of tumblr culture seems to assume mutual following in a way that doesn’t fit with how I use it at all. So I want to stress: me not following you, or unfollowing you, says nothing about how I feel about you. You are probably awesome, and if you have talked to me I probably actually like you a lot.