the little boy had the biggest smile on his face

my meet and greet story with fall out boy, the sequel!!
so im standing in this incredibly long line for about three hours. i didn’t really understand because they only sold 125 and there was clearly more than 125 people there, but whatever. so im there in the line, making friends and all this fun stuff. i brought my ukulele for them to sign and i brought them little gifts and letters. so I’m going into the room where we meet them and i walk in and i see joe, who had the biggest, dorkiest smile on his face. i ask if they could sign my ukulele and they’re all like “sure!!” so i say “ok I want to get this out before I forget, so I’m an aspiring musician and I’m so inspired by your music, and you make me so happy and you’re the reason that I make music” and Pete says “aw that’s awesome!” and patrick says “oh cool what do you play?” and i start listing off the instruments i play and andy starts clapping and saying “YAAAS QUEEN YAAAAS” and i laugh and blush and it was the cutest thing ever. so i explain i want to do a prom photo and im like “ok so patrick will you go to prom with me” and he’s like “yeah of course!” and i explain to pete and andy and joe what i want them to do and they just go being their adorable selves and patrick just hugs me so insanely tight. it meant so much because it felt like he truly meant it, like he’s happy that im there and wants me to know how thankful he is for everybody, and everyone is right, he does give the most amazing hugs. so the photographer takes the photo and the security guard starts ushering me out and im like “wait i made gifts for you guys thank you so much im sorry thank you i love you” and all the guys are waving goodbye to me and andy stops me on my way out and he says “wait hold on what did you make?” and i explain the gifts to him and i apologize and thank him a hundred times and then i get escorted out. it was honestly better than last time and my photo turned out so unbelievably cute. so thank you, @falloutboy, for giving me the time of my life and making me so incredibly happy. i love you guys so much.

please don’t erase my caption and if you repost this photo, please do not edit me out of the photo. i don’t wish my photo to be circulated without me in it, i paid for it, it’s my photo, please don’t cut me out. thank you!

The kids have been decorating paper bags because in a few weeks were giving out lunches to homeless people in Baltimore. There was one little boy sitting alone, looking upset, so I asked him what was wrong. He told me he didn’t know what to draw. I asked him what made him happy and what he thought would make someone else smile, he still didn’t know. That’s when another student from across the table noticed his Star Wars tee shirt and asked him if that made him happy. The little boy tried not to crack a smile but wouldn’t admit that Star Wars made him happy. I walked by five minutes later and he was drawing a picture of Yoda and Darth Vader battling with their light sabers. He had the biggest smile on his face, and I’m confident that whoever receives that bag will feel all the love that went into it. That’s what I love about my job.

Do you all know how salty I am over the fact that we never got a scene with Naruto and Tsunade after the war?

Tsunade had lost two different people who meant the world to her, both telling her they wanted to be Hokage someday before they died too young and it made her hella bitter. Then there’s this little boy who drives this cynical ass woman to believe, to get her to entrust him with all she had left of these two people in hopes that one day, someone close to her will live to be hokage and make a difference.

I just wanted a scene where Tsunade gives an adult Naruto a hug, maybe makes him lean down so she can kiss his forehead for old times sake, and then thanks him with misty eyes for keeping his promise to her. And Naruto is standing there saying how if she cries, he’s going to cry but he’s got the biggest smile on his face. 

God that would have been so much better than what we got and I don’t think I’m ever going to be over it.