A teacher of mine is accusing me of some things that I absolutely did not do. She went so far as to call my mother and have a conference about it. It took me an hour to convince my mom that she was absolutely crazy.
Also, I led our church choir in a song during practice for the first time ever and COMPLETELY botched it. I felt horrible. I know everyone was being really sympathetic afterward, and my worship leader gave me a talk afterwards about pushing my limits.
I’m just stressed and depressed, but luckily Ashley’s mom offered me to move into their house, so CANADA AND CATS ARE COMING MY WAY.
I just wanted to say that even though I don't know you in the slightest, I trust you and your opinion. I notice when you aren't around. I hope this isn't weird, but I think someone's tumblr can really make you feel like you know them. This isn't going anywhere, I really just wanted you to know that I can tell you are an amazing man of God, and I hope you never ever forget that.
Mitt Romney won the Florida nomination. Do you think Paul still has a chance at this rate? :/ I think Paul has the best policies as well, and voted for him this morning, but I can't help but wonder if he even has a chance anymore.
Firstly, thank you for voting in a crucial election!
To your point: he absolutely has a chance. Ron Paul is going to take this battle to the convention floor. As you may know, he’s actually traversing Colorado, Nevada, and Minnesota right now, because he predicts better outcomes in states with caucuses where it’s easier for his supporters to “flood” the polls, so to speak.
He will end up having the second most delegates, and a vote will have to be cast at the convention. I’m certain of it. Ron Paul will influence the platform.
(Another interesting thing to note is this: if everyone who said, “I’d vote for him, but he won’t win” actually voted for Paul, he would be the landslide winner.)
Why don't you want to go to Seattle? (Personally, it's my favorite area anywhere..)
I already (semi) committed to Trinity in British Columbia, and I actually didn’t think Seattle Pacific would accept me because they tend to have a bias against students from my school.
I’ve never visited the Pacific Northwest, but I’m sure I would love Seattle and Vancouver; the problem is that I was already planning on headin’ on up to Canada, so this sort of throws a wrench into things.
“For me, reading is so much more. Books teach you how other people think, and what they’re feeling, and how they change from ordinary beings to extraordinary ones. Often they are so appealing and intelligent, you’d rather spend time reading about them than doing anything else.”—Jennifer Kaufman (via booksandnerds)
“There is no feeling like what I describe,
of hopelessness and melancholy spiced,
prejudiced outcomes coming through the night.
I speak of the water with words like jibes;
in drowning, there comes to mind a swift bribe,
wishing upon an impossible heist;
yet, truly, Death makes no mind of one’s life;
my words from bitter beseeching of Christ.
Many waters quench my breath—kindled flames,
and currents force imbroglios of muse,
but still I grapple for that soft air above,
and find myself inside the devil’s games;
oh, swiftly, Lord, take me Home with use.
Dead; derelict and my Spirit thereof.”—Dillon James, Petrarchan (Italian) sonnet
“At the root of every large struggle in life is the need to be honest about something that we do not feel we can be honest about. We lie to ourselves or other people because the truth might require action on our part, and action requires courage. We say we “don’t know” what’s wrong, when we do know what is wrong; we just wish we didn’t.”—The Secret Life of Prince Charming, Deb Caletti
“I have found it easier to identify with the characters who verge upon hysteria, who were frightened of life, who were desperate to reach out to another person. But these seemingly fragile people are the strong people really.”—Tennessee Williams (via ungathering)