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so I accidentally adopted a bat I guess?

This tiny little bat army crawled under my door and into my room. After researching for hours, i came to the conclusion that no bat sanctuaries, or any animal rescue places that will handle bats, are anywhere close enough to where I live. And since he’s not orphaned, and his mom [and siblings] are still very much in my attic, i decided to just deliver him back to his mom for the time being.

That was last night, and he has made his way back to my room two more times since then.

So I laid out a towel with a damp patch of honey and water, so he doesn’t dehydrate while he’s here, and I’m honestly just letting him chill in my room.

He crawled up to my bed to hang off the ledge of it earlier, and now he’s back on the towel drinking some honey-water.

he’s very smol

how he managed to crawl from the attic to my room three times is beyond me.

  • jan: *putting on makeup*
  • marcia: what are you doing, jan?
  • jan: im putting on makeup, for my new booooyfriend
  • marcia: that's news! what's his name, jam?
  • jan: his name…is george
  • marcia: george what?
  • jan: *panics*
  • jan: *looks at makeup*
  • jan: george…chunky funky bumpy lippie
  • marcia: that's funny, i've never heard of a george chunky funky bumpy lippie at our sküle.
  • jan: that's because he's a transfer student. he's really good looking, and he thinks i'm super cool!
  • marcia: sure, jan.

Earlier today, my boyfriend and I were walking, and I made a comment about how the snow was finally good snowman snow. And then he got this look on his face like he was thinking “oh no,” and he was right to do so because then this happened.

Me: Do you wanna build a snowman?
Him: No
Me: Come on let’s go and play
Him: I don’t want to
Me: I never see you anymore! come out the door! it’s like you’ve gone away!
Him: I am RIGHT HERE! We are outside and there are no doors ANYWHERE near us!

anonymous asked:

What would you tell a young 20 year old girl (who acts older than she is by at least 4 years and is told so too) who is starting to see someone who's a little more than a decade older than her? When this guy met me he thought I was about 25. I eventually told him my real age. He was shocked but he still thinks i'm interesting, cool and wants to get to know me more. He's a great guy, but we're at different stages in life, and I'm not sure if I should be too serious about this. Any advice?

So, as my mother once told me: what you must really decipher are two things. One being why is he not dating someone in his own age group, or if he has, why has it not worked? Second, there are only a few things that a 30 year old man has in common with a 20 year old woman, no matter how mature you may seem or act, or even are. 

I have dated older. The oldest I have dated is 13 years older than me, and I was 23 at the time. I realized after some time that we had little in common and no matter how mature I am, age is something that always comes into play.

Now, I’m not telling you I am all knowing. I am so not. 

What I am telling you is to proceed with the maturity that you have been blessed with. Keep your head on straight and attempt to be friends. Limit the physical or intimate parts of your relationship, and truly try and focus on the emotional and intellectual part of getting to know him. There is nothing wrong with waiting. If in good time you find that things continue to be as successful as they have been, then in your own time and with maturity decided if this could possibly be a relationship, or would be better as a friendship.