I haven’t been on here for awhile. Whatever. Beaaach:)<3.
I'm telling you how I really feel.
I keep things bottled up until I finally snap. I need to tell people things I wouldn’t say to their face. I’ll just put their initials. SW- You’ve changed so much. I can’t even get over the fact that you’re different. You let her take control of you, when I thought we were friends. Now, I’m just tired of you & your new life. I’m tired of hearing about...
I need to stop biting my nails.
& biting my lip.
givesmehope: On my mom’s side of our family, the majority of the women have had breast cancer - many of them twice. None of them have died from it. The amazing, strong, beautiful women in my family GMH.
All the world is full of suffering. It is also full of overcoming.– Helen Keller (via kari-shma) (via quote-book)
Reminds me of my sister's keeper:)
givesmehope: 4 months ago I was diagnosed with Alopecia. A month later I had lost all of my hair. I was scared to come to school because I thought everyone would stare at me. The next morning I heard a knock on my door and ten of my friends were standing on my porch with freshly shaved heads. Two of them were girls. They’re the best friends ever. GMH
The true meaning of a best friend.
givesmehope: My grandfather passed away last year. His memorial was really hard, and when everyone was showing up one of my best friends came. I went up to her and asked her why she was there. She’d never met my grandpa before. She pulled me into a hug and told me that she would never let me deal with this alone. Her love and understanding GMH
:(So many people I knew have changed for the...
lollipops turn into cigarettes. the innocent ones turn into sluts. homework goes into the trash. detention becomes suspension. mobile phones are used in class. soda becomes vodka. bikes become cars. kisses turn into sex. remember when getting high meant swinging at the playground? when protection meant wearing a helmet?… when the worst thing you could get from boys were cooties? dad’s shoulders...
givesmehope: At the kindergarten I work at a little girl had Leukemia. She drew a picture of herself with her Nana in Heaven. She then explained to me that she’ll be there soon, and that she’ll grant my wishes and I’ll live a until I’m an old lady. She left kindergarten three weeks later. GMH
givesmehope: Today, I was walking past the park. I saw a bunch of 1st grade kids shooting on the goalie at soccer practice and cheering for the goalie. The goalie had Down Syndrome. They even cheered him on when he missed. Accepting children GMH