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Syrup: Four types of women.

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sealcat:

do you ever just listen to someone’s problem and you have nothing to say except “I’m sorry” becuase there is literally no way for you to help and you get sucked into a vortex of guilt and despair because you are useless 

(via meliabby)

stevenrosas:

This is dedicated to every one who needs to hear it, for every relationship that is struggling to hold on. Know that life is short, and the people that we are fortunate to have in our lives can be gone tomorrow. Nothing is promised, and being angry, bitter, upset, seeking revenge, yelling, name calling never gets anything accomplished. If your relationship is something you cherish, never go to sleep mad at each other, respect each other and always try to settle your differences maturely. Sure being in a relationship isn’t easy by any means, but the both of you have to remember that when you got together, you were opposite people with different views on life. you were both raised differently, and with that comes different ideas on the best ways to communicate, solve problems, show affection, and go about daily tasks. Try not to judge, try not to assume, and handle matters like adults, and see where things went wrong and where it can be fixed.
 If the objective is to solve a problem, than dig deep and remember the reason why you got into a relationship in the first place. Focus on things that matter, don’t sidetrack your thoughts from your original problem and create a new one involving frustration, anxiety, and hurt feelings. If you cherish this person, and you honestly wholeheartedly love this person, then you should by all means do what you can to save each other. Respect each other, because there is no better way to show someone you love them other than to respect them. As children growing up, we yearned for respect from our parents, friends, teachers, and siblings to prove we have gained their acceptance and approval, why stop as adults with our loved ones? it would be a shame to lose the person you love just because you let your emotions get the best of you. <3

stevenrosas:

This is dedicated to every one who needs to hear it, for every relationship that is struggling to hold on. Know that life is short, and the people that we are fortunate to have in our lives can be gone tomorrow. Nothing is promised, and being angry, bitter, upset, seeking revenge, yelling, name calling never gets anything accomplished. If your relationship is something you cherish, never go to sleep mad at each other, respect each other and always try to settle your differences maturely. Sure being in a relationship isn’t easy by any means, but the both of you have to remember that when you got together, you were opposite people with different views on life. you were both raised differently, and with that comes different ideas on the best ways to communicate, solve problems, show affection, and go about daily tasks. Try not to judge, try not to assume, and handle matters like adults, and see where things went wrong and where it can be fixed.

If the objective is to solve a problem, than dig deep and remember the reason why you got into a relationship in the first place. Focus on things that matter, don’t sidetrack your thoughts from your original problem and create a new one involving frustration, anxiety, and hurt feelings. If you cherish this person, and you honestly wholeheartedly love this person, then you should by all means do what you can to save each other. Respect each other, because there is no better way to show someone you love them other than to respect them. As children growing up, we yearned for respect from our parents, friends, teachers, and siblings to prove we have gained their acceptance and approval, why stop as adults with our loved ones? it would be a shame to lose the person you love just because you let your emotions get the best of you. <3

(via stevenrosas)

highwayexits:

hijefff:

Dear Future Girlfriend,
When we have a non-busy weekend I would love to take a train ride with you up to San Francisco. The hours on the train will be filled with picture taking, landscape gazing and napping on each other. Once we get to 4th St. and King’s St. we catch a taxi to check into our hotel in downtown SF. It’ll be afternoon so its up to you if you want to nap a little our go out and find a cute hole in the wall cafe. We drop off all our luggage and grab my camera and head out the hotel. Thank God for Yelp. We stroll around by the hotel while I snap pictures and just keep exploring. As we walk by we come across that cute cafe you see in movies. I ask for a seat by the window and the lighting is perfect for me to take pictures of you and your food, even though you hate it. Sharing laughs and people watching. We see a couple slowly walking along the side walk, I’ll be talking for the guy and you can speak for the girl, and we just make a funny conversation for them. More walking, more talking. Can’t forget the hand holding. As it starts to get dark we try to get a view of the Bridge as the sun sets. Long day of walking we head back to the hotel to relax and unwind. A nice hot shower together is a must. I hate it when you get out first to say you’re “changing” while I try to enjoy the hot water and just stand there—then you make it rain ice cold water on me, jerk. I see you all cute under the sheets with just your head sticking out. I enter at the foot of the bed and crawl under the sheets, as I slither my way to you. You feel me tickle your feetsies and then move up your smooth legs. I give you kisses all along the way until I get to your belly button. I blow on it and make fun of you for “farting.” I come up and give you kisses until you are sick of it. We enjoy the comfort of our “own place.” Watch a movie, drink some champagne, turn off the lights, goodnight ;]
Rise and shine cutie. Time to get some breakfast at another cute cafe. Waffles and fresh fruit for me please. Next stop is to rent a moped, you know, one of those vespas that they all have in Italy. That will be our way of transportation throughout the day. Helmets on, kick up the kickstand, floor it to 35mph, you holding tighter, me freaking out because I’ve never driven one before(but you don’t know that). Seeing all the great spots and views. I take us to the major fashion districts and do some shopping. A quick refuel for lunch at a nice SF restaurant. More cruising and trying to have conversations while on the moped, gotta yell. Somehow it makes it to the top of Twin Peaks and we just spend hours there watching the whole area of SF with all the twinkling lights on. Holding you close to keep you warm and giving you kisses on your neck and behind your ear. We go back to our hotel and make sure we use our hotel to its fullest, all. night. long. Head back to the train station in the morning, leaving San Francisco behind but taking memories with us.

perfect day is perfect

highwayexits:

hijefff:

Dear Future Girlfriend,

When we have a non-busy weekend I would love to take a train ride with you up to San Francisco. The hours on the train will be filled with picture taking, landscape gazing and napping on each other. Once we get to 4th St. and King’s St. we catch a taxi to check into our hotel in downtown SF. It’ll be afternoon so its up to you if you want to nap a little our go out and find a cute hole in the wall cafe. We drop off all our luggage and grab my camera and head out the hotel. Thank God for Yelp. We stroll around by the hotel while I snap pictures and just keep exploring. As we walk by we come across that cute cafe you see in movies. I ask for a seat by the window and the lighting is perfect for me to take pictures of you and your food, even though you hate it. Sharing laughs and people watching. We see a couple slowly walking along the side walk, I’ll be talking for the guy and you can speak for the girl, and we just make a funny conversation for them. More walking, more talking. Can’t forget the hand holding. As it starts to get dark we try to get a view of the Bridge as the sun sets. Long day of walking we head back to the hotel to relax and unwind. A nice hot shower together is a must. I hate it when you get out first to say you’re “changing” while I try to enjoy the hot water and just stand there—then you make it rain ice cold water on me, jerk. I see you all cute under the sheets with just your head sticking out. I enter at the foot of the bed and crawl under the sheets, as I slither my way to you. You feel me tickle your feetsies and then move up your smooth legs. I give you kisses all along the way until I get to your belly button. I blow on it and make fun of you for “farting.” I come up and give you kisses until you are sick of it. We enjoy the comfort of our “own place.” Watch a movie, drink some champagne, turn off the lights, goodnight ;]

Rise and shine cutie. Time to get some breakfast at another cute cafe. Waffles and fresh fruit for me please. Next stop is to rent a moped, you know, one of those vespas that they all have in Italy. That will be our way of transportation throughout the day. Helmets on, kick up the kickstand, floor it to 35mph, you holding tighter, me freaking out because I’ve never driven one before(but you don’t know that). Seeing all the great spots and views. I take us to the major fashion districts and do some shopping. A quick refuel for lunch at a nice SF restaurant. More cruising and trying to have conversations while on the moped, gotta yell. Somehow it makes it to the top of Twin Peaks and we just spend hours there watching the whole area of SF with all the twinkling lights on. Holding you close to keep you warm and giving you kisses on your neck and behind your ear. We go back to our hotel and make sure we use our hotel to its fullest, all. night. long. Head back to the train station in the morning, leaving San Francisco behind but taking memories with us.

perfect day is perfect

(via yummyxbobasaur)

waltdisnerd:

This is just one of those things that I absolutely need in my life ASAP.

waltdisnerd:

This is just one of those things that I absolutely need in my life ASAP.

(Source: sentimentaldisney, via yummyxbobasaur)

We can’t jump off bridges anymore because our iPhones will get ruined. We can’t take skinny dips in the ocean, because there’s no service on the beach and adventures aren’t real unless they’re on Instagram. Technology has doomed the spontaneity of adventure and we’re helping destroy it every time we Google, check-in, and hashtag.
Jeremy Glass, We Can’t Get Lost Anymore (via uni-tea)

(Source: her0inchic, via cabeekz)

pridelove143:

sinister-addiction:

erin-marie-grubaugh:

tlklessaymore:

insideyouraddiction:

california—rose:

This couple got wedding rings with the waveform of their own voices saying, “I do.” 





That’s so amazing

pridelove143:

sinister-addiction:

erin-marie-grubaugh:

tlklessaymore:

insideyouraddiction:

california—rose:

This couple got wedding rings with the waveform of their own voices saying, “I do.” 

That’s so amazing

(via heartgeleneee)

(Source: fashionfever)

Syrup: Four types of women.

(via elizabethtran626)

sealcat:

do you ever just listen to someone’s problem and you have nothing to say except “I’m sorry” becuase there is literally no way for you to help and you get sucked into a vortex of guilt and despair because you are useless 

(via meliabby)

memoirsofmedusa:

Mania.
stevenrosas:

This is dedicated to every one who needs to hear it, for every relationship that is struggling to hold on. Know that life is short, and the people that we are fortunate to have in our lives can be gone tomorrow. Nothing is promised, and being angry, bitter, upset, seeking revenge, yelling, name calling never gets anything accomplished. If your relationship is something you cherish, never go to sleep mad at each other, respect each other and always try to settle your differences maturely. Sure being in a relationship isn’t easy by any means, but the both of you have to remember that when you got together, you were opposite people with different views on life. you were both raised differently, and with that comes different ideas on the best ways to communicate, solve problems, show affection, and go about daily tasks. Try not to judge, try not to assume, and handle matters like adults, and see where things went wrong and where it can be fixed.
 If the objective is to solve a problem, than dig deep and remember the reason why you got into a relationship in the first place. Focus on things that matter, don’t sidetrack your thoughts from your original problem and create a new one involving frustration, anxiety, and hurt feelings. If you cherish this person, and you honestly wholeheartedly love this person, then you should by all means do what you can to save each other. Respect each other, because there is no better way to show someone you love them other than to respect them. As children growing up, we yearned for respect from our parents, friends, teachers, and siblings to prove we have gained their acceptance and approval, why stop as adults with our loved ones? it would be a shame to lose the person you love just because you let your emotions get the best of you. &lt;3

stevenrosas:

This is dedicated to every one who needs to hear it, for every relationship that is struggling to hold on. Know that life is short, and the people that we are fortunate to have in our lives can be gone tomorrow. Nothing is promised, and being angry, bitter, upset, seeking revenge, yelling, name calling never gets anything accomplished. If your relationship is something you cherish, never go to sleep mad at each other, respect each other and always try to settle your differences maturely. Sure being in a relationship isn’t easy by any means, but the both of you have to remember that when you got together, you were opposite people with different views on life. you were both raised differently, and with that comes different ideas on the best ways to communicate, solve problems, show affection, and go about daily tasks. Try not to judge, try not to assume, and handle matters like adults, and see where things went wrong and where it can be fixed.

If the objective is to solve a problem, than dig deep and remember the reason why you got into a relationship in the first place. Focus on things that matter, don’t sidetrack your thoughts from your original problem and create a new one involving frustration, anxiety, and hurt feelings. If you cherish this person, and you honestly wholeheartedly love this person, then you should by all means do what you can to save each other. Respect each other, because there is no better way to show someone you love them other than to respect them. As children growing up, we yearned for respect from our parents, friends, teachers, and siblings to prove we have gained their acceptance and approval, why stop as adults with our loved ones? it would be a shame to lose the person you love just because you let your emotions get the best of you. <3

(via stevenrosas)

highwayexits:

hijefff:

Dear Future Girlfriend,
When we have a non-busy weekend I would love to take a train ride with you up to San Francisco. The hours on the train will be filled with picture taking, landscape gazing and napping on each other. Once we get to 4th St. and King’s St. we catch a taxi to check into our hotel in downtown SF. It’ll be afternoon so its up to you if you want to nap a little our go out and find a cute hole in the wall cafe. We drop off all our luggage and grab my camera and head out the hotel. Thank God for Yelp. We stroll around by the hotel while I snap pictures and just keep exploring. As we walk by we come across that cute cafe you see in movies. I ask for a seat by the window and the lighting is perfect for me to take pictures of you and your food, even though you hate it. Sharing laughs and people watching. We see a couple slowly walking along the side walk, I’ll be talking for the guy and you can speak for the girl, and we just make a funny conversation for them. More walking, more talking. Can’t forget the hand holding. As it starts to get dark we try to get a view of the Bridge as the sun sets. Long day of walking we head back to the hotel to relax and unwind. A nice hot shower together is a must. I hate it when you get out first to say you’re “changing” while I try to enjoy the hot water and just stand there—then you make it rain ice cold water on me, jerk. I see you all cute under the sheets with just your head sticking out. I enter at the foot of the bed and crawl under the sheets, as I slither my way to you. You feel me tickle your feetsies and then move up your smooth legs. I give you kisses all along the way until I get to your belly button. I blow on it and make fun of you for “farting.” I come up and give you kisses until you are sick of it. We enjoy the comfort of our “own place.” Watch a movie, drink some champagne, turn off the lights, goodnight ;]
Rise and shine cutie. Time to get some breakfast at another cute cafe. Waffles and fresh fruit for me please. Next stop is to rent a moped, you know, one of those vespas that they all have in Italy. That will be our way of transportation throughout the day. Helmets on, kick up the kickstand, floor it to 35mph, you holding tighter, me freaking out because I’ve never driven one before(but you don’t know that). Seeing all the great spots and views. I take us to the major fashion districts and do some shopping. A quick refuel for lunch at a nice SF restaurant. More cruising and trying to have conversations while on the moped, gotta yell. Somehow it makes it to the top of Twin Peaks and we just spend hours there watching the whole area of SF with all the twinkling lights on. Holding you close to keep you warm and giving you kisses on your neck and behind your ear. We go back to our hotel and make sure we use our hotel to its fullest, all. night. long. Head back to the train station in the morning, leaving San Francisco behind but taking memories with us.

perfect day is perfect

highwayexits:

hijefff:

Dear Future Girlfriend,

When we have a non-busy weekend I would love to take a train ride with you up to San Francisco. The hours on the train will be filled with picture taking, landscape gazing and napping on each other. Once we get to 4th St. and King’s St. we catch a taxi to check into our hotel in downtown SF. It’ll be afternoon so its up to you if you want to nap a little our go out and find a cute hole in the wall cafe. We drop off all our luggage and grab my camera and head out the hotel. Thank God for Yelp. We stroll around by the hotel while I snap pictures and just keep exploring. As we walk by we come across that cute cafe you see in movies. I ask for a seat by the window and the lighting is perfect for me to take pictures of you and your food, even though you hate it. Sharing laughs and people watching. We see a couple slowly walking along the side walk, I’ll be talking for the guy and you can speak for the girl, and we just make a funny conversation for them. More walking, more talking. Can’t forget the hand holding. As it starts to get dark we try to get a view of the Bridge as the sun sets. Long day of walking we head back to the hotel to relax and unwind. A nice hot shower together is a must. I hate it when you get out first to say you’re “changing” while I try to enjoy the hot water and just stand there—then you make it rain ice cold water on me, jerk. I see you all cute under the sheets with just your head sticking out. I enter at the foot of the bed and crawl under the sheets, as I slither my way to you. You feel me tickle your feetsies and then move up your smooth legs. I give you kisses all along the way until I get to your belly button. I blow on it and make fun of you for “farting.” I come up and give you kisses until you are sick of it. We enjoy the comfort of our “own place.” Watch a movie, drink some champagne, turn off the lights, goodnight ;]

Rise and shine cutie. Time to get some breakfast at another cute cafe. Waffles and fresh fruit for me please. Next stop is to rent a moped, you know, one of those vespas that they all have in Italy. That will be our way of transportation throughout the day. Helmets on, kick up the kickstand, floor it to 35mph, you holding tighter, me freaking out because I’ve never driven one before(but you don’t know that). Seeing all the great spots and views. I take us to the major fashion districts and do some shopping. A quick refuel for lunch at a nice SF restaurant. More cruising and trying to have conversations while on the moped, gotta yell. Somehow it makes it to the top of Twin Peaks and we just spend hours there watching the whole area of SF with all the twinkling lights on. Holding you close to keep you warm and giving you kisses on your neck and behind your ear. We go back to our hotel and make sure we use our hotel to its fullest, all. night. long. Head back to the train station in the morning, leaving San Francisco behind but taking memories with us.

perfect day is perfect

(via yummyxbobasaur)

waltdisnerd:

This is just one of those things that I absolutely need in my life ASAP.

waltdisnerd:

This is just one of those things that I absolutely need in my life ASAP.

(Source: sentimentaldisney, via yummyxbobasaur)

We can’t jump off bridges anymore because our iPhones will get ruined. We can’t take skinny dips in the ocean, because there’s no service on the beach and adventures aren’t real unless they’re on Instagram. Technology has doomed the spontaneity of adventure and we’re helping destroy it every time we Google, check-in, and hashtag.
Jeremy Glass, We Can’t Get Lost Anymore (via uni-tea)

(Source: her0inchic, via cabeekz)

pridelove143:

sinister-addiction:

erin-marie-grubaugh:

tlklessaymore:

insideyouraddiction:

california—rose:

This couple got wedding rings with the waveform of their own voices saying, “I do.” 





That’s so amazing

pridelove143:

sinister-addiction:

erin-marie-grubaugh:

tlklessaymore:

insideyouraddiction:

california—rose:

This couple got wedding rings with the waveform of their own voices saying, “I do.” 

That’s so amazing

(via heartgeleneee)

(Source: vintagethiings)

"We can’t jump off bridges anymore because our iPhones will get ruined. We can’t take skinny dips in the ocean, because there’s no service on the beach and adventures aren’t real unless they’re on Instagram. Technology has doomed the spontaneity of adventure and we’re helping destroy it every time we Google, check-in, and hashtag."

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