erin cousins

The Rock Cross.

jew-tube submitted: 

  I just read your post about the catacombs in Paris, France, and the paranormal things that occur there. This is a 100% true story that happened to me.

When I wish twelve I visited Paris on holiday, and the Catacombs were number one on my sight-seeing the list. My cousin and I went together, her being much older than me, and it was suggested by the cashier I do not enter. Back then I thought maybe because I was young she might think I would be scared by seeing so many dead people, but after my experience I understand why.

Erin (my cousin) and I walked along the musty corridors and at this point I felt nothing. There were passages from the Bible written on the wall in French about death and the relief of the afterlife, I read each on (despite being an atheist) in respect for the deceased. 

We had been in the tunnels for about two hours now, and felt very drawn to a certain chamber, one with a large rock in the center. Erin was pre occupied with the history of the tunnels, and told me to go ahead and explore.
I was suddenly alone. All the Americans from before had shuffled onto a new chamber and there was no one left in the room but myself.

Then I did something I half-regret. I touched the large rock and traced my fingers over the cross carved on it.  I felt very faint at that moment, but I dismissed it as being underground too long. 
I felt pressure on my left wrist, but I was too afraid too look at it. I got very cold, and all the hairs on the back of my neck stood up, then felt like they were being forced down by something.
My nose started to ich and when I went to scratch it, it was bleeding get a lot. 

I decided to leave the room, Erin was waiting for me and we quickly left the catacombs to find a bathroom for my nose.

The next day my wrist and neck were bruised purple and black. My nose was very swollen. There were some faint green bruises on my hips identical to each other though I do not remember feeling pain there.

When I left the chamber in the tomb, feeling like I had upset a spirit of some sort, I apologized aloud to it.

The last thing I heard was a low growl saying: get out

Fuck Yeah Nightmares Mod Fey: 9/10 for scares and thank you for sharing!

Forever thankful; yet disappointed.

The Disney Channel has decided to cancel Girl Meets World and my heart is shattered.

When I was 5 (albeit a young age to be tuning in to such a show) I was watching Boy Meets World, laughing at young Cory Matthew’s naivety, envying Topanga Lawrence’s hair, and swooning over Shawn Hunter, but all the while learning about things that I would later face as a teenager. I thank Michael’s for the lessons he gave me as a child that I later took into my adulthood.

Girl Meets World came along and it was everything I could have hoped for for my younger cousins, Erin (9), Crystal (12), and Caitie (14). It wasn’t Boy Meets World, that was a show about teenagers growing up in the 90s, and while many of its lessons are still relevant, the world has changed. Girl Meets World is the Boy Meets World for today’s young audience. It is a show that I was so proud to say my littles would be able to grow up with. They tackled racism, mental disability, being different, cultural appropriation, familial issues, and over all friendship. I will never be able to thank Jacobs enough for that. Rowan Blanchard wrote in her farewell letter that if the show was able to form a friendship or heightened one, then the cast and crew had done their job right. The show brought my little cousins (who I consider my little sisters) and I so much closer; I mean come on: We had sleepovers just binge watching whole arcs, even seasons! So I sincerely thank @rowanblanchardxx and @sabrinacarpenter and the rest of the cast and crew for everything they did.


With all that said, I am so disappointed.

The Disney Channel has not been the same. Many of its shows today are superficial with a live audience that might as well be a laugh track played every two minutes during the show. I do not mean to diss the current shows that are on the channel right now, those shows are wonderful for what they are, but they are not Girl Meets World. Girl Meets World was a real show about a girl who was truly coming of age; a real girl who met the real world. It disheartens me that Disney Channel would cancel a show that not only had the highest ratings, but the biggest fandom of their current programs. I don’t only mean biggest fandom in terms of numbers, but of all ages, genders, sexuality, religions, etc. I am absolutely disappointed that they would cancel a show about a friendship between two girls; one in which nothing would come in between: not social class, not boys, not other girls. There was nothing, no differences, that could come between Riley Matthews and Maya Hart and if that isn’t the most important lesson any show on Disney Channel can have to offer, than what is?

Disney Channel has canceled Girl Meets World.
Disney Channel has canceled representation within media.
Disney Channel has canceled a bridge that joined generations.
Disney Channel has canceled one incredible show.

But Riley, Maya, Lucas, Farkle, Auggie, Ava Smackle, Zay; they all live on in each and every one of us because we are them and they are us. They are the people see every day, they are the people we know, they are this generation and generations past.

So while I am disappointed, I do have to thank the Cast and Crew of Girl Meets World for such an amazing series. May they find success in everything that they do.


PS: I won’t be mad if @netflix decides to continue such a wonderful story. Please don’t let this be the end of a great opportunity to teach today’s youth about the world that they live in. 

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Taylor!

This is one of my best friends Olivia (left) and her cousin Erin (right). Olivia’s mom is rather protective of her so she doesn’t let her have any social media and this is why I’m posting this for her. (Her mom is amazing though, don’t get me wrong.) Olivia and Erin are going to your 1989 Raleigh, North Carolina show on June 9th!

They will be wearing black Nike Pros, white shirts filled with lyrics and album release dates of all of your albums and they will have glow sticks everywhere! 

They are sitting in Lower Section 125, row Y, seats 11 & 12!

I have never ever met anyone more sincere or genuine. Olivia is hands down one of the nicest people I’ve had the privilege of knowing. We’ve sat in study hall dreaming up what we would say to you if we met you and she gets so excited about you, even if it’s the littlest thing! She would love it if you would come find her, and by love it I mean as soon as the person handing out passes walk away, she’ll be screaming and probably texting me.

If you’re going don’t be scared to go say hi to her and her cousin! Like I said, one of the nicest people I’ve met, she won’t make you feel like anything less than family (:

Hey Taylor so this is me, Amanda (blonde) my sister Samantha (auburn with hat) and my cousin Erin (auburn with no hat) and we decided to create a music video to wildest dreams. I hope you like it. (PS we can’t wait to see you on the 1989 World Tour in Chicago!! Love you Taylor!!) taylorswift