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reach-for-the-sun:

peanutbutterandmaggie:

In honor of NEDA week, this is one of the many reasons why I wear purple. Because I am more than my relapse— it may have taken away the rest of my freshman year of college but it will not take away me. Tomorrow I begin a new chapter in my life, treatment. I am a little nervous, but I know it is for the best. I hope to work through my issues so I can live the rest of my life recovered from this illness. Because no matter what I think at times, I am sick and I do need help. I am worth this. Why do YOU wear purple?

I have never been more proud to be your sister!

You two are amazing! 

reach-for-the-sun:

peanutbutterandmaggie:

In honor of NEDA week, this is one of the many reasons why I wear purple. Because I am more than my relapse— it may have taken away the rest of my freshman year of college but it will not take away me. Tomorrow I begin a new chapter in my life, treatment. I am a little nervous, but I know it is for the best. I hope to work through my issues so I can live the rest of my life recovered from this illness. Because no matter what I think at times, I am sick and I do need help. I am worth this. Why do YOU wear purple?

I have never been more proud to be your sister!

You two are amazing! 



grumpcatblys:

ristaticraw:

gingery-gal:

A Rejected Puppy And An Abandoned Kitten Adopt Each Other.

Buttons the puppy was the runt of the litter and was rejected by her mother, but at Battersea Cats and Dogs Home, he found someone who loves him unconditionally: Kitty the kitten. The two were placed together as infants and are now inseparable.

OH MY GOD MY EYES ARE LEAKING.

ETA: Link

AWWWWWWWWWWWWW

ABBEIS

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the-best-side-of-life:

I just have to reblog this everytime I see it. I love it so much!:)

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rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Recycled Shrink Plastic Take Out Container Jewelry. Instead of paying for shrink plastic sheets, use #6 plastic (think temporary plastic containers from your supermarket). Tutorial from Rust & Sunshine here. As the author of the tutorial writes, this would make a nice Mother’s Day present:

“Attention Dads: This project involves permanent markers, melting plastic, and tools…and your kids will think it’s totally cool”

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Recycled Shrink Plastic Take Out Container Jewelry. Instead of paying for shrink plastic sheets, use #6 plastic (think temporary plastic containers from your supermarket). Tutorial from Rust & Sunshine here. As the author of the tutorial writes, this would make a nice Mother’s Day present:

Attention Dads: This project involves permanent markers, melting plastic, and tools…and your kids will think it’s totally cool”

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mynamewastakendamn:

kassiinovaa:

fuckthingsup:

puckleberrylover:


I didnt have to hesitate for a moment to reblog this after I read it.



OWNED

Actually just cried :/

I cried
</3 what horrible people we have in the world.

mynamewastakendamn:

kassiinovaa:

fuckthingsup:

puckleberrylover:

I didnt have to hesitate for a moment to reblog this after I read it.

OWNED

Actually just cried :/

I cried

</3 what horrible people we have in the world.

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