- Seventeen years young
- Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets '12, '13
- I enjoy dancing. spinning. reading. writing. drawing. loving. cuddling. hugging. ♥
-I'm pretty broken and torn up on the inside... but no worries, It's all locked up inside :)
For anyone reading this, always feel free to free yourself from your thoughts, talk to me! Ask for a friend if you may wish to, because im always open to listening to someone, and making a new friends. I'd just like to let you know that you should never have to feel alone in this world. So to anyone reading this, I don't care how old are you, your gender, your beliefs. I don't care about any of that. I will never Judge you and whenever you need help. I will be here for you. After-all we are all human. I'd love to be there for you!
I ♥ you. Stay Strong.
I like giving out hugs... So -Hugs- :3
Drum Corps International
''Take your place in history: Inspire, soar, excel. You are marching music's major league.''
Doing my Study guide in Psychology, and just somehow I had a flashback of summer after I wrote a paragraph about prejudice because I remember how comfortable we were all around each other at that point of tour there was no prejudice at all. It was the evening when we just arrived in SoCal and we were supposed to be rehearsing but after an hour or so of rehearsing we were all sluggish from the eight hour bus ride so we took a break. It was night block and we were concluding to an end, so we did something fun. Bonding games and a warm up from Vox, it was so fun. We did so many silly things and those were the priceless moments that I would never trade for anything else.
Selfie Olympics 2014 Band Edition
are you fucking kidding me
At first I didn’t see the belt and I thought he was holding the mello up with his dick
noW THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN LEGENDARY
well I mean he does have a horse dick
You all suck.
no lane, they all wanna suck… your dick
San Francisco Ballet
Number Nine ch: Christopher Wheeldon.
Photo: Dance Europe
TRUE URBAN LEGEND: THE ICE WOMAN
When a neighbor found Jean Hilliard in the snow she was frozen solid. That’s not euphemism; she was literally frozen like a turkey in your grandma’s deep freeze. Her body was too frozen to pierce with a needle, her temperature too low to register and when they took her to the hospital they loaded her into the car diagonally like a piece of lumber from Home Depot. She was, by nearly every measure, literally stone cold dead.
When the Jeansicle arrived at the hospital doctors tried to thaw her out, but nobody had much hope for a happy ending. Even if she wasn’t dead, all medical evidence suggested she’d at least have severe frostbite and brain damage.
As Jean lay wrapped in an electric heating pad her eyelids began to flutter, and after some time she thawed completely, returning to life as if nothing had happened. She showed absolutely no ill effects from her little nap in the snowbank — no frostbite, no brain damage, not even any freezer burn. The 19-year old woman from North Dakota had, essentially, come back from the dead completely unharmed. Had she been sipping on antifreeze cocktails earlier in the evening? Did Mr. Freeze secretly give her up for adoption as a baby? Dr. George Sather, who treated her, isn’t ruling anything out. As he put it, “I can’t explain why she’s alive.”
"Girl Speaks Gibberish With Perfect Accents To Show What Languages Sound Like To Foreigners"
I love this?
I ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW WHAT AMERICAN ENGLISH SOUNDS LIKE TO OTHER PEOPLE.
I caught myself smiling and laughing a lot throughout this video :D
A public library can mean different things to different people. For me, the library offers our best example of the public commons. For many, the library upholds the nineteenth-century belief that the future of democracy is contingent upon an educated citizenry. For others, the library simply means free access to the Internet, or a warm place to take shelter, a chance for an education, or the endless possibilities that jump to life in your imagination the moment you open the cover of a book. - Robert Dawson