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it’s hard to put this into words,

but i was really sick and depressed and had a terrible self image starting basically around the time i started my tumblr.

i found better people and better things. i’m happy. most of you probably don’t remember seeing me on your dash after the long hiatus i took from tumblr. i’m switching accounts and gears, but i just wanted to leave this post here in case a special someone will ever stumble upon it.

the person who saved my life was the boy who occupied the url callmeshea (callmeshea.tumblr.com). he told me that i meant something even when i thought i was worth nothing but dirt. he told me how talented i was, and i’ve never forgotten his words.

after i came back to tumblr after a long while, i went to send him a message to thank him for being the reason i can smile at my life and say “thank god i didn’t do something stupid before i had so many good things to lose.” but his account was deactivated, and i was in tears, sobbing. so if you ever come back, please know how thankful i am. i will never forget you, the human who unknowingly gave me all i have to live for today.

i hope we speak again.

adios moon

happymonk:

If I die
leave my door open.

The little boy is picking
flowers in the garden.
(From my door I can see him.)

The little boy is singing
about the sun and the sea.
(From my door I can hear him.)

If I die
leave my door open.

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Hangzhou, China

Hangzhou, China

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eatsleepdraw:

A page from my pocket doodle book. Done with a ballpoint pen. http://offkilterart.blogspot.com

eatsleepdraw:

A page from my pocket doodle book. Done with a ballpoint pen. http://offkilterart.blogspot.com

nationalgeographicdaily:

Blue Pond, HokkaidoPhoto: Kent Shiraishi
The “blue pond” of the famous tourist resort in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan is a place where many tourists gather in spring, summer, and autumn. However, since this pond freezes in winter, nobody is there during that period. This photograph was taken during the first snow of the season as it fell over the blue pond.

nationalgeographicdaily:

Blue Pond, Hokkaido
Photo: Kent Shiraishi

The “blue pond” of the famous tourist resort in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan is a place where many tourists gather in spring, summer, and autumn. However, since this pond freezes in winter, nobody is there during that period. This photograph was taken during the first snow of the season as it fell over the blue pond.

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Ellen Jewett’s sculptures.

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