Old habits really do die hard
i know its one of those naive feelings
but all I really want right now is to get away.
Yeah, you need to get your act together.– Just said to me. And Yes I know I do lol
Will you stop worrying, for God’s sake? I tell you, you’ll have to...
I'd rather hear a guy say "I made plans for us"...
iknowiammyownworstenemy: (via treezybz, kashmeare)
I’m writing something now and really missing when people used to write letters. Maybe I’ll make some of my own. I miss getting them Especially for no particular occasion :)
I’m afraid that you’ll have that urge to run as fast as you can and...
Macho had suddenly packed up one day and flown off to Manila; not really caring...– The Woman Who Had Two Navels by Nick Joaquin
There are all kinds of love in the world, but never the same love twice.– F. Scott Fitzgerald // The Sensible Thing (via sinnernotasaint)
Reblog if you didn't know you could use the J and...
c-c-chuck: somebodylikeu: I DIDN’T KNOWWW!!!!!!!!!! @____@
Isn't it funny, how from year to year you don't...
excerpt from Story's End by Meghan O'Rourke
Yet the story of Orpheus, it occurs to me, is not just about the desire of the living to resuscitate the dead but about the ways in which the dead drag us along into their shadowy realm because we cannot let them go. So we follow them into the Underworld, descending, descending, until one day we turn and make our way back.
Pinoy atheists, agnostics hold 'coming out' event →
It’s a weird feeling to see that in my home country “coming out” can be applied to more than what we mean it to be here in the U.S. abscbnnews: For the very first time, atheists and agnostics in the Philippines will be “coming out.” The event, organized by the Philippine Atheists and Agnostics Society (PATAS), is being held from 3 p.m. of March 19 to 9 p.m. of March 20 at...
This is the part where I don't give a crap
I spend too much time trying to be someone else
Google '20% time' going to help Japan →
abscbnnews: Legions of Google workers are devoting a fifth of their work time or more to building technology to help to deal with the disaster in Japan. Google has long allowed employees to spend 20% of their time on engineering projects that interest them but which don’t fall into their usual area of focus. The havoc and death wrought on Japan by a powerful earthquake and ensuing tsunami has...