downtown station

Reblog if you ever heard of one of these bands

Fall Out Boy

Sleeping with Sirens

Panic! At the Disco

Cartel

Never Shout Never

The Goo Goo Dolls

Black Veil Brides

Pierce The Veil

A Day To Remember 

Three Day Grace

Hellogoodbye

The Score

Linkin Park

Bring Me To The Horizon

Asking Alexandria

Twenty One Pilots

All Time Low

Paramore

Hollywood Undead

Bullet For My Valentine

Relient K

Senses Fail

Green Day

The White Stripes

Matchbook Romance

Avenged Sevenfold

Lit

Third Eye Blind

Boys Like Girls

The All-American Rejects

Blink-182

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Capital Cites 

Falling In Reverse 

The Wanted

Skillet 

30 Seconds To Mars

Bag Raiders

Dashboard Confessional 

Escape The Fate

Example

Finger Eleven

Ghost Town

Gorilaz

Hot Chelle Rae

Jimmy Eat World

Lifehouse

M83

Metro Station

Mystery Skulls

Papa Roach

Plain White T’s

Reel Big Fish

Rise Against 

Seether

System Of A Down 

The Downtown Fiction

The Killers

Yellowcard

My Chemical Romance 

Main Street, Houston, June 3, 2017

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appentency

(a little sneak peek at the andreil coffee shop au i’ve been working on!! i’m also in need of a beta!)

ap·pe·ten·cyˈapədənsē/

noun

archaic

  1. a longing or desire. 

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From the time I was in second grade, I wanted to be a teacher. But our family was a paycheck-to-paycheck family. By the time I was a senior in high school, we didn’t have the money for a college application, much less the money to send me off to school. I was sixteen, angry and miserable.

After one especially bitter battle with my mother, I threw some clothes in a bag and ran out of the house. Hours later, Daddy found me on a bench at the bus station downtown. He sat down beside me, and asked if I remembered the time after his heart attack.

I remembered. I’d been 12 years old, and I’d seen how fast a family could be turned upside down.

Daddy said it was the worst time in his life. Worse than when the doctors thought the lumps on his neck were cancer. Worse than when his best friend died. Worse than when he was in a terrible car crash and smashed through the windshield and tore his shoulder open.

“Your mother was at home when they took the station wagon,” he said in a low voice. “And then they said they were going to take the house. She cried every night.”

He paused for a long time. “I just couldn’t face it.”

Sitting there on the bench in the bus station, he told me that he had failed and that the shame had nearly killed him. He wanted to die.

What happened? I asked.

Daddy sat silently for a long time, caught somewhere in his memories of those awful days. He still didn’t look at me. Finally, he took my hand in both of his and held it tightly.

It got better, he said. Your mother found work. We made some payments. After a while, I went back to work. We had less money, but it was enough to get by. We got caught up on the mortgage. You seemed to do okay.

Finally he turned and looked at me. “Life gets better, punkin.”

And he was right. Daddy and I headed home. It was a winding path, but I eventually made it through college and started teaching school. And once one door opened, so did another and another. Life got better.

I’ve carried that story in my pocket for decades. It was how I made it through the painful parts. Divorce. Disappointments. Deaths. When things get tough, I still hear my daddy’s voice, telling me to hang on. It’s a part of him that will always be with me.

Happy Father’s Day to all the daddies who are trying their hardest. Happy Father’s Day to every daddy who sets the example every day of what it means to care for the people you love. Happy Father’s Day to every daddy who tells a child, “Life gets better, punkin.”

—  Elizabeth Warren

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Mr. I-Abandoned-You-To-Take-Over-Your-Home-Planet-And-Got-Jailed-Indefinitely

A Gem in a Rare Trove of Treasure: Chapter One | Chapter Two

Paring: Loki/Reader

Tags: female reader, reader is a waitress, reader is cousins with Maria Hill, canon compliant, set vaguely around Avengers (2012), set in both Midgard and Asgard, fluff, healing, angst with a happy ending.

Summary:  When most people say they have taken a lover, it sounds almost Bond-ish; like they had a day job, and a classy uptown life and had to splash out one day and find a person to warm their sheets by night and heart by day. But for you, the waitress who worked downtown by the train station in your little old town, when your friends suggested that’s the label to put with you and the handsome stranger who won you over, they laughed.

Word Count: 2,253

Posting Date:  2017-04-12

Current Date: 2017-06-18


Originally posted by wandamorgenstern


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