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Okay, so this is Sam & me. 

I love this picture because I think I’m hilariously annoying by posing, knowing he wasn’t ready for the picture, and I think he’s so cute.

Better pictures to come…eventually…

kushandwizdom:

Everything Teen

Now I’m done with the past and being mad about how everything happened, because I have a wonderful man in my life right now. Yes, I was feeling lonely after breaking up with Chase (even lonely when we were still together) so I found comfort in guys that didn’t care about me, but when Sam came along, it was no longer about loneliness. When I first met Sam, something inside of me shifted. He felt like the real deal & not just another guy to fill my momentary needs. I want him to fill my lifelong needs. With Sam, I knew I was ready, not just lonely. I want him to be my forever.

(Source: thelovenotebook)

Okay, I don’t smoke, but I have a very important reason to be reblogging this.
My ex, Chase, and I broke up because he was a liar. I was sick and tired of him lying to me, gave him way too many chances, and needed to finally stand up for myself. I wasn’t willing to wait around for him to lie to me about something actually important. So, when I asked him if he had done any drugs one night, when I knew he had smoked pot and showed up to a friend’s party stoned out of his mind, he responded, “No.” Then, when I yelled at him about lying to me, his defense was that he doesn’t consider marijuana a drug.
THAT IS LITERALLY THE DUMBEST THING EVER. It is LITERALLY a drug. Whatever, I didn’t care that he smoked, but he knew I would consider it a drug (because it is) and he deliberately hid it from me. 
Long story short, kids, marijuana is a drug, whether you’re willing to admit it or not.
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Okay, I don’t smoke, but I have a very important reason to be reblogging this.

My ex, Chase, and I broke up because he was a liar. I was sick and tired of him lying to me, gave him way too many chances, and needed to finally stand up for myself. I wasn’t willing to wait around for him to lie to me about something actually important. So, when I asked him if he had done any drugs one night, when I knew he had smoked pot and showed up to a friend’s party stoned out of his mind, he responded, “No.” Then, when I yelled at him about lying to me, his defense was that he doesn’t consider marijuana a drug.

THAT IS LITERALLY THE DUMBEST THING EVER. It is LITERALLY a drug. Whatever, I didn’t care that he smoked, but he knew I would consider it a drug (because it is) and he deliberately hid it from me. 

Long story short, kids, marijuana is a drug, whether you’re willing to admit it or not.

kushandwizdom:

I can relate to this

I would like to just get this out there:

I have a wonderful boyfriend named Sam Brown. I have never felt so utterly happy & high on life than I do with him. All of my failed relationships have led me right into his arms. I believe the way I feel is true love. We haven’t been dating very long, nor have we even known each other very long, but that’s irrelevant to me. Every second that goes by, my heart flutters knowing that he is all mine. I’m already ready to commit the rest of my life to him, to us. Never have I ever wanted anything more than this man. I am, hands down, the luckiest girl in the world and I refuse to do anything to jeopardize this beautiful feeling.

(Source: quotelounge)

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