hhhhh you’re sweet yno that?
if i do barge into your box itll probably just be to talk to you i MISS YOU DARLING ;O;
but yeah i agree, pretty shitty way to start the day and it definitely does not help motivate me to do anything productive
i’m just stressed and tired and i’ve been at my dad’s house far too long SIGHS. i go home tomorrow though so i think i’ll be fine.
jljfdesljafldjsaljfda pshhhhhhhhhhh, i’m only sweet ‘cause my mom made cookies today and i ate them all
LET’S TALK AND BE FRIENDLY AND WATCH AS SPARKLES FLY
okay, dunno about sparkles, but ya know. no nevermind, i don’t even know. god, i’m tired okay
that’s gooooooooood. a change of scenario is always good. at least for me. it’s like a breath of fresh air and i like my fresh air - unfortunately i don’t have a lot of change of scenario lately so
i just want to write something so beautiful that i love it. i want to write something that makes me cry. i want to write a novel that makes me think and mull over what i just read. i don’t care if people don’t like it. i just want to feel that feeling.
i want to write, but i don’t know what to write about. and when i know what i want to write about, i don’t want to write.
see my dilemma.
i still havent seen les mis
i shall think of you whenever i watch it then
les miserables feels again
“Dog Eat Dog” is a short film based on the true story of how actor/producer Zachary Quinto finally adopted his first dog in a Los Angeles Animal Shelter. During the events of his hilarious trials in attempting to adopt a shelter animal, Sian Heder, the film’s director was there by his side. Taking notes. [x]