you actually do know me, i think. we have friends in common and i've passed by you in the streets a couple of times. you probably wouldn't have liked me! but i just wanted to let you know to keep your chin up, it's hard, but people like you make it worth it.
now i’m so curious. but why wouldn’t i like you? i don’t think so :) and i’ll try, because you said so.
just so you know, people like you also make it worth it. love from strangers (or are we really?) gmh. thank you.
7. how you came across Tumblr, and how your life has changed since joining.
I made a Tumblr just before I went to live alone in Berlin. I intended to use it as just an avarage blog, but then I understood what Tumblr was REALLY for, and it just knocked me down :D I love it here, cannot live a day without it, and I’ve met some really lovely people through here as well. Tumblr shows what people are really like, it’s not about their appearence or what they like to pretend they are, each personal blog is like a preview of the person’s soul (that’s what I like about some blogs, and that’s what I try to do with mine). And thanks to some people I met here, I don’t feel so awful all the time, like I’m the only one with my issues.
THAT’S WHY YOU SHOULD USE MY ASK BOX, SO I CAN MEET YOU! :) (my followers are allergic to my ask box).
“The best part of having a relationship is getting to call the person or lay down next to them and tell them all the crazy things that happened to you all day long. And in the end that’s what it’s about, kids. It’s not about the sex, it’s not about the money that they give you or whatever. It’s not about how good-looking they are, it’s about, can they listen to you talk for hours and hours and hours about stupid shit that doesn’t matter. And if they can, then you’re meant to be together forever. Even if that means you have to call them 100 times, that’s okay.”—Tegan Quin (via obsessivegirls)