Ashley

23 | CT | blessed 🌻

Then there is the boy you can never stop thinking about. Whenever you see his name, it trips you up. Even if it’s one that belongs to many others, even if he belongs to someone else.

You know he is a symbol of your weakness, your Kryptonite. How he rushes in like wildfire and burns through everything you worked so hard to build since he last left you in ashes.

—Lang Leav (Signposts, Lullabies)

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If you had the cure to cancer wouldn’t you share it? You have the cure to death: get out there and share it.

Kirk Cameron

I always think of this when people say “Why don’t you just keep your Christianity to yourself?” That’s the most selfish thing I could do.

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American Hi-Fi

—Flavor of the Weak

throwbacksongs:

American Hi-Fi - Flavor of the Weak

It’s Friday night and she’s all alone
He’s a million miles away
She’s dressed to kill, the tv’s on
He’s connected to the sound
And he’s got pictures on the wall
Of all the girls he’s loved before
And she knows all his favorite songs

jessehimself:

It’s an old custom in the United Kingdom that when a visitor sees a money tree, he wedges in his own spare change. When you hammer in your coin, you make a wish. These trees are literally covered in the wishes of strangers. Most of the money trees are in Cumbria in West England and Portmeirion, along the Afon Glaslyn River in Wales. The tradition goes back to 18th century Scotland when florins were hammered into trees with a prayer to take away sickness.

text provided by http://www.wimp.com/oldtree/

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