i m really scared about this upcoming year at school. like, i am frightened. i feel overwhelmed and extremely worried. i feel weak because i already miss my family and i feel weak because i m already crying. everyone around me knows i don t really like school and i m not doing very well so the whole “admitting there is a problem” step is out the window. i guess i am venting now. is venting worse than holding it all in? there has to be a healthy middle ground, right?!
i m trusting God though. i don t know what that even really looks like, but i guess it means me knowing that God knows, that i know i need Him.
trying to keep my head up.
the following movies won’t redeem Hollywood and/or the Film industry but it’s good to see some smarter comedies coming out this September. check out:
Are You Here
This Is Where I Leave You
The Skeleton Twins
Social Media and Pop Culture at it s most effective!
I am alone.
We’re a violent people… it’s true that we are all descended from the restless, the nervous, the criminals, the arguers and brawlers, but also the brave and independent and generous.– Lee, in John Steinbeck’s East of Eden
Jenny Lewis is the man! (this caption is funny)
Colbie Caillat’s video for Try is next nevel
Kill the lights! I’ve seen too much.
haha, proud to be from Buffalo. here’s the new Every Time I Die video.
Underoath’s album “They’re Only Chasing Safety” turns 10 years old today. This album means so much to me that i have the words “I swear I’ll know your face in the crowd” from the song “Some Will Seek Forgiveness, Others Escape” permanently etched onto my skin.
It’s hard to tell you what this band and their music has done for me but somehow i feel like their music will always find me, even when, especially when, i feel alone.
Underoath got me into heavy music and made me see that it was indeed possible to make kickass music with great and meaningful lyrics.
man, i miss these guys