When I was 16 my mom got this picture on my birthday cake and the lady at the bakery was like “omg your daughter is so pretty” and my mom was just like “thank you. Yes she is.” And just walked away. I think about it all the time.
my mind: WELL anywaaay You’re getting better everydaaaay I’M getting better everydaaaaay WE’RE getting betTER EVERYDAAAAAAAY HEY! HEY!! HEY!!! HEY!!!! cause all that it takes is a littlere-in-veeen-TION it’s easy to change if you give it youra-tteeen-TIONAll you gotta DO is just believe you can be WHO you wanna BE Sincerely miiiiiiiiiiiss YOU dearly sin-cere-ly ME SINcerely MEEEeeee sincerely meeeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEEESINCERELY ME
“…It’s great when they do appreciate what you do, and no matter what you do there will be some people out there that do appreciate it. But frankly, those that don’t, it doesn’t matter if it’s your own personal enjoyment. You gotta take what you have, and you gotta, like, appreciate it for what it is and you gotta let it grow inside you for the personal growth that it is and not for everyone else.”
An important message and one that I think a lot of people need to listen to and understand (x)
Dont ask me how much sleep I’ve gotten it’s unimportant.
I saw something of this nature and really liked the verbal tango concept, tho I did not intend for it to be as gay as it looks (I made my bed imma liE IN IT) Also I’m not used to ever doing dynamic poses so I can only hope that this looks okay????
Prompt: Loving someone for who they are; the acceptance of transience and imperfection
A/N: For @howlingbarnes writing challenge. I am so so so sorry this is late, my computer died and I lost all of my work but hopefully this will do (even though it sucks). Enjoy! <3
Pain, fear, and hate, the only set of emotions Bucky was allowed to feel and cause. The only three emotions he could remember. However, when he first met you, you greeted him with a warm smile which caught him off guard. The only face he could remember strangers giving him were faces of fear. You gave him your name and held your hand out to him, a smile still etched on your face. There was no way you could not recognize him yet you still stood in front of him with no sign of fear in your eyes.