Text 2 Feb

I have the weakest Tumblr ever

Audio 25 Jan 8 notes

onequotablephrase:

I’ve been fighting with this song for 2 hours. This is all I have so far.

Is this the song you got in your head the other night?

If so, I’m sorry for distracting you in any way, haha, this is awesome, I can’t wait to hear the full version.

Played 110 times. via boire la lune.
Photo 10 Jan 177 notes theinevitablezombieapocalypse:

Zombies Ahead
The End is Near
Order Pizza

I’d go Pizza Hut

theinevitablezombieapocalypse:

Zombies Ahead

The End is Near

Order Pizza

I’d go Pizza Hut

(Source: ebony-vee)

Text 30 Dec

I am a little gay ass punk cause i be postin up on phillies shit

Photo 19 Dec 7 notes I luh deez nukkaz

I luh deez nukkaz

Text 16 Dec 3 notes

Cynicism, while inviting, leads to hopelessness.

Hopelessness breeds apathy, which is the most addicting and excruciating feeling I’ve ever experienced.

But apathy is only one fork of the road of hopelessness, from the other we learn more of ourselves and of others, and of the world around us. Hope would not exist without a lack thereof to be experienced. Hopelessness, therefore, is a necessary evil, much like anger, sadness, pain and sorrow, all for the same reason. Without any of these emotions, life’s treasures would be valueless. There would be no cause for celebration or excitement from the rewards earned throughout life, because they would become typical, expected, and what’s worst, easy. As we’ve all experienced, the things that mean the most to us in life are never necessarily expected, nor typical, and especially not easy.

It is for this reason that we have been blessed with the gifts of cynicism, hopelessness, anger, sadness, pain, and sorrow. We are given a choice to embrace apathy, or continue down the road that we know is filled with hardship.

Apathy stems depression, and depression leads to a dead end, with little room to turn around. Although the road itself may look inviting without the snares and toils along its path, the overgrowth of perpetual emptiness and unfulfilled dreams at the unforeseen end are far worse than any failure or disappointment that may intersect you across the other path.

The road devoid of apathy presents many problems, and while traveling it, it’s inevitable that one will question their choice and seek apathy, who has shortcuts set up all along this rival path. But those who continue and turn from the easy way out, who experience this anger, sadness, pain, sorrow; are those of us who will “suck out the marrow of life.” 

Those of us who struggle through the hardships are those who will find beauty, peace, fulfillment, and happiness. Anger does not exist without calm, sadness without joy, pain without rest, and sorrow without love, and these things all go hand in hand along the road opposite of apathy. The good always outweighs the bad, though not always at the same point in time, and not always clearly. There will be bad times, but it is for that reason that life is so rich. Therefore, embrace every moment of life down this path, whether “good” or “bad”, for each one presents itself beautifully if one can see it the right way. 

Making the choice is up to everyone for themselves, when they are ready and have experienced enough of both sides to make a fair decision. I’ve made my choice of the road that I will travel by, and it really has made all the difference.

Text 12 Dec

Anonymous said: Who has been the most influential person in your life and why?

I’m not sure, it depends on what aspect of my life we’re talking about. Some specifications and who/why I’m being asked this might help

Text 28 Nov 8 notes My banjo is gone forever.

onequotablephrase:

I don’t even know what to say.

 I never got to hear it in person!

Between this and Trace’s post earlier, this might be my first Tumblr Heartbreak Night, ha

Text 28 Nov

amandamacie-deactivated20120121 said: Well I turn 16 in feb. But I realllly wanna work in a resturaunt, gotta love food.

Ha, oh I do, believe me. Just choose wisely, ‘cause I worked at Burger King for a few months and will never look at it the same, haha.

Anywhere else that I might see you around?

Text 27 Nov

amandamacie-deactivated20120121 said: I'm a sophmore.

Gotcha. The world is still your oyster, ha, I’m a Senior. You work anywhere?


Design crafted by Prashanth Kamalakanthan. Powered by Tumblr.