One of my friends told me to write my way out of my moodiness. So I attempted.

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There’s this girl I found. I’ve known her for a long time. I’ve only now discovered her.

A lot of people believe in star alignments and fate running it’s course and religious miracles. I believe in variables. Certain variables have to equal certain things in order for a certain outcome to occur. For example, for an apple to grow; the soil must be well fertilized and taken care of, attention must be given to the sprout for it to grow, the climate has to be correct and so on and so forth. Without one of these things, an apple can’t grow.

So I think I was given the right number and values for certain variables that made me notice this girl. It all hit like a slow burn; ashes dripping from the end of a metaphorical cigarette and the steady climb of smoke into the sky. I began to notice the sweet smell of her hair when she would lie her head close. I started to feel the heat of her arm next to mine. I associated her laugh as one of the more wonderful things that this world has to offer. It all began building up in my head like stairs up to heaven, one thing stacking onto the other and making me start to wonder if this is something that would be possible.

It’s always been there, hasn’t it? The formula to make this all work and for me to fall so desperately in love with this girl? It’s been a part of me for god knows how long. It’s just been lurking under layers of self destruction and self discovery, just waiting for it to be put into play and realized.

So I was always meant to fall in love with her. I’m not sure if that’s reassuring.

appazap:

lhomme-ezra:

this is the definition of human trash

people trying to defend him, he’s been racist,homophobic etc countless times..it isn’t acceptable appazap:

lhomme-ezra:

this is the definition of human trash

people trying to defend him, he’s been racist,homophobic etc countless times..it isn’t acceptable

appazap:

lhomme-ezra:

this is the definition of human trash

people trying to defend him, he’s been racist,homophobic etc countless times..it isn’t acceptable

sararye:

I hope glee does one last competition and are really scared because the opposing team’s lead singer is supposed to be the best in the entire country and slowly the curtain goes up and there he is

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danznewz:

allmad:

Really hope Dan got some rest this weekend and didn’t have to worry too much about the office while everyone was away. Hopefully two weeks of hazing Dex will make up for last week.

(Hopefully this drawing doesn’t offend anyone. I was trying to things getting back to normal… In a creatures sort of way.)

Thanks, I’m ready for things to be back to normal. I’ve been taking the last few days just relaxing with Liz. Going to the movies, playing video games/board games, talking to my family and just generally ignoring the internet for the most part.

What happened was pretty hard to go through and deal with and I’m glad everyone understood me not attending PAX Prime because of it.

It’s been a good and much deserved break these last few days. I’m excited about the future though. With Dex visiting and Kevin joining the group we’ll only be stronger. And in turn, I’ll be stronger for it. 

I don’t take for granted the position I’m in. I work with friends who I love to death and I get to work at my dream job. I am the luckiest guy around and I’ll never forget it.

  1. Camera: iPad mini
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/20th
  4. Focal Length: 3mm

uberhd:

if this isn’t the cutest shit ever then get out of my face

seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division. 
Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.
1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10

seraphica:

For years, Pachirisu languished in poké-obscurity, largely viewed as a Pikachu knockoff with little competitive value. In August 2014, however, Se Jun Park threw the Pokémon world into a tizzy by not only including one on his competitive team for the World Championships, but by winning the entire Masters’ Division.

Pachirisu’s tiny, cute appearance - as well as its pivotal place on the new Championship team - meant that fanart tributes quickly began appearing, many featuring its signature move, ‘Follow Me’. The above are just a few of those that appeared on Pixiv in the days following the Championships.

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