shes like an an alcoholic elementary school teacher
I bought these glasses today and I love them so much I drew them
I’m never taking it off
Thick everything. Thick thighs, thick eyebrows, thick lips. Thick maple syrup on my pancakes, thick everything.
Lana Del Rey // Complex Magazine (2014)
Tell me ALLLL the gossip.
omgoodness, thank you so much for this. you’re a sweetheart… I’m a cat person but I agree so much. Dogs are awesome friends and they always appreciate you and like you no matter what. I didn’t cry at work today(a goal of mine as I was talking about earlier this morning) but when I got home and put up her picture, and read this, I cried a little. But it’s OK. I’m just a weepy person lol. God I already miss her stupid smile and the way her nails clicked on the kitchen floor when she came out to say hi. My uncle used to call her name over and over again to make her howl and he’d howl right with her. She only liked to eat out of the pie dish and shared with the cats. She aged so nicely and was so photogenic (we have way better pictures of her but I could only find the ones I took with my iPod Touch, hence the shit quality on the last post). such an old-lady dog… hahaha. always kept her tail wagging. she was never in a bad mood. but it’s ok. she’s not suffering from her body sores or old-dog-pain anymore. She can have all the (metaphorical) food she wants without throwing up anymore. Sorry I hijacked this question… i guess i just feel like sharing good memories to whoever will listen. maybe it’s just for me to get used to the feeling of her being gone. I smile now and I’ll smile again. it just hurts sometimes.
For a long time, I used to think our family’s dog, Bagle, was lucky for being adopted by us. Not because we’re an awesome family or anything, but because my mother picked a grown dog instead of a little puppy. Well I guess it seems our family was blessed instead to have the sweetest, most enjoyable dog…. She charmed all of my friends, and she was the only dog I’ve ever loved. She was the only dog we’ve ever had. I’m really going to miss her. Thanks for a lovely 16 years with us. You can now have all the cheese and gravy train you want and more now, bagle girl. I know you kept your tail wagging and a dopey grin on your face until the very end. See you later.
Got a lot of closure yesterday and reminisced about the good times to people who would listen about my dog :o) my coworkers are so sweet. I’m going to appreciate pups a lot more for the time being. Oh and I wore makeup today so I can try to curb the tearing up and crying. Crying makes my head hurt and makes everything feel worse. I don’t want to cry anymore.
I revel in how thrown off people are when they learn my nipples are pierced.