Into my heart, Into my bones, Into my mind.

Ask me anything!   Jennifer. 22 years old .USA

Calling my doctor in the morning…I’m really not looking forward to this phone call.

— 5 days ago
This is falling in love in the cruelest way
This is falling for you when you are worlds away

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— 6 days ago with 3240 notes

I fucking hate you alopecia areata…you ruin everything. God..I just fucking hate it. I was so excited to finally being able to stop getting ny shots. I was excited to be gaining my confidence back..and its been completely crushed in a instant. I really don’t want to go back to the doctors…what a sucky sunday.

— 1 week ago

So I’m watching 102minutes that changed America. And there was a part where I saw a lady and I got this overwhelming feeling of fear. Something about her presence made me extremely fearful and uncomfortable. Not that I havent felt this kind of feeling throughout the program. But something about her made me..extremely uncomfortable and fearful. Anyways, I looked down at my phone then I noticed the program was off and I looked at my dad. I asked him why he did that and why he was rewinding it and aftrr he paused it at her he said ” something about her made me feel uncomfortable..I feel like she wasn’t supposed to be there”it’s weird that we both got the same feeling about the same exact person thats in this documentary..just a thought.

— 1 week ago
rbpattersonjr:

Never Forget: The moon passes through the Tribute in Light, over the New York City skyline, the night before September 11th (the 13th Anniversary…) 9/10/14

rbpattersonjr:

Never Forget: The moon passes through the Tribute in Light, over the New York City skyline, the night before September 11th (the 13th Anniversary…) 9/10/14

— 1 week ago with 2838 notes

I miss you..so so much. I wish you only knew.

— 1 week ago

generalelectric:

To raise awareness of the effects of plastic waste in our world’s oceans, all the pieces in G-STAR RAW collection contain recycled plastics. Plastic is a major threat to the health of our oceans due to the rotating water currents in each of the major ocean systems, which accumulate debris fragments into expansive patches. Plastics break down into smaller segments upon long-term exposure to water as well as ultra-violet radiation. Unfortunately, these segments are unusable within the environment, as no natural organism can break down these synthetic molecules. Modifications to the chemical composition of newly manufactured plastic may change this, but until then, conservation initiatives like this G-STAR collection may be the only plan of action to clean our oceans.

- Chris Ing, freshphotons.com | #iOnFashion, NYFW 2014 

— 1 week ago with 8240 notes
"At times the world may seem an unfriendly and sinister place, but believe that there is much more good in it than bad. All you have to do is look hard enough. And what might seem to be a series of unfortunate events may in fact be the first steps of a journey."
Lemony Snicket (via psych-facts)
— 1 week ago with 1877 notes