vesley:

Wasn’t puberty supposed to make me hot

"No one’s life seems great between midnight and 7 a.m. Go to sleep. Things will be better tomorrow."


- (via lolsupskank)

(Source: themethfairy)

bohotans:

Coachella 2014
felibre:

adapto:

James Clar
Lover’s Quarrel (2011)

this is so amazing i had to squint to get what the word in white is and it’s backwards
spiritualinspiration:

God knew there would be times when we would be tempted to waver in our confession of hope. Maybe you are believing for something and you’re starting to think, “Is this really for me? Will this really ever happen?” If that’s you today, remember, He who promised is faithful! And His faithfulness doesn’t depend on your ability to figure it all out. His faithfulness doesn’t depend on the plans we can make or the scenarios we can come up with; He’s faithfulness depends on His Word which never changes!
Declare His Word and hold on to your confession of hope today. Be confident that God can make a way when there seems to be no way. Even when your mind may waver, don’t allow your confession to waver. Declare that God is working behind the scenes on your behalf. Declare that He Who began a good work in you is faithful to complete it. Remember, there is power in your words and power when your words are in agreement with His Word. As you hold on to your confession of hope, you’ll see His faithfulness, and you’ll move forward into victory in every area of your life.

pizzashrapnelblindness:

growing up i always thought that quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem than it turned out to be

rookieriot:

60s-girl:

vicfuentortilla:

me after school

this is perfection.

want one

keatchi:

itssofluffy-im-gonna-die:

h4te:

i want to go on a shopping trip where i am the only one in the shopping mall and everything i want is free

that’s called night robbery 

so be it

(Source: h4te)

elegvnce:

I LOVE YOU SO MUCH AUGUSTUS

(Source: anselgifs)

made-with-spoken-ly:

Courage is not simply one of the virtues, - but the form of every virtue at the testing point. | Sarah made this with Spoken.ly