Anonymous asked:

Write a quick letter to your friends.

ahh, finally something that’s not negative or accusatory…

Dear my lovely friends,

A resounding “Thank You” to every single one of you. As a friend of mine, you know that I come and I go. Whether it be losing touch with one of you for a while after a while or going to therapy regularly or even just keeping up with my text messages, you all know that Im shitty. And somehow, you all don’t give up on me.

I hope you know that I cherish every single one of those whom I call friend. You keep me on my toes and everyone has a special place in my heart. 

Special thanks to Jordyn and Melanie for always being honest, to Carrie for always being my number one fan. To Catie for keeping me sane. To both Carolines for being so passionate. To Jacque for never leaving me. To Nathan for truly being the most forgiving soul. To Cody and Joel, for being my friends even if we only see each other a handful of times throughout a year. To Warren, for pushing me to pursue the Lord in every circumstance. And to the many many many more that I call “friend” for just being such a pleasure to know. 

With all of my love and admiration,


me being petty; ignore


something great I found out today:

losing me is equivalent to eating the last piece of chocolate, or having a bad hair day

also: please don’t refer to me as “someone you care about” because that’s bullshit and you just want people to think you are a loving and caring person (which is also bullshit)

Sometimes you have to make light of a really crappy day.


Island Kitten Befriends Animal Photographer

Animal photographer Mitsuaki Iwago was visited by a little ginger kitten when he was filming on the island of Okinawa. This little island dweller like many others are taken care of by the locals. Many cat lovers and photographers come to this island to visit their furry kitty friends.

This ginger kitten went up to the photographer and climbed on his head in the midst of the filming. Mitsuaki was happy to have a little helper on his shoulder, inspiring him as he went on with his creative production.

By the end of the day, the little island kitty fell asleep in his lap. It’s clear that he had made the photographer his new friend.

Via Love Meow

Reblogged from borrowedcrutchesandnewstarts