I understand anger. Even when it’s unjustified, everyone has the right to be angry. And sure- sometimes people speak blindly without inhibition, and say things they don’t mean while angry. To some extent, I’d even warrant that. But something I will never allow is disrespect. There are some ways to speak to people that can’t just be absolved with a simple apology. I’m not a difficult person. I might just be the easiest person to talk to when it comes to finding resolution- I speak openly and honestly so I find it hard to understand when people choose their pride and resort to being hurtful in lieu of saying what they mean to say, or expressing how they really feel. I could be the most understanding, most forgiving person in the world- but I’d be a fool to turn a blind eye to being disrespected.

Choosing your pride is a right that everyone has,
But it’s a decision that will always leave you lonely.

I miss the feeling of butterflies in my tummy, and smiling until my cheeks hurt, and blushing so hard I’d have to cover my face. I miss the feeling of not being able to go one day without someone. And to have all of that reciprocated? I think that’s what everyone looks for subconsciously. And it’s not so much that I’m sad that it’s gone, because I’m not. I’m more so curious as to when I’ll find it again- and with who and how long it’ll last then. Or if two people that felt that once can find it again.

It’s just funny.


Honestly, this is better than a good morning text. It’s 4am and you’re thinking about me.

I’m never not reblogging this because this means so much more than any other post I’ve seen and ugh.

Me most nights
Take me to In-n-Out so I know it’s real💕🙊

“It is so hard to leave—until you leave. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world.”

John Green, Paper Towns (via hazwaters)


(Source: observando)

This is my silver lining. I am completely proud of everything I’ve accomplished in the past couple of weeks. I’m currently taking the hardest semester I’ve had to so far, and the workload gets overwhelming really quickly. A lot of things haven’t been going the way I’d like them to- home-wise, work-wise, relationships in general, and school was kicking me in the ass. That could’ve given me reason to coup up, give in, and crumble under the stress like I normally would. Instead, I think everything going to shit was more of a motivating factor in the end.  And I could not be more pleased with anything than acing all of my exams. And I can’t help but interpret this type of occurrence as another life lesson: To let go of all things you have no control over, and focus on the things that you can control. Don’t rely on others to bring you positivity, because whether or not people want to be in your life can change anytime. Be your own support system, be your own rock… because nothing is more gratifying than sparking progress for yourself when every other aspect in life strives to do otherwise. Keep your head up and work through the bullshit, and there will always be a silver lining. <3
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