I wish I could share my feelings with my mum more often. I can only talk about them with my bf.
My mum always tells me to get over things, right when they’re happening, she always tells me to let things just slide off me and don’t take things to heart. If something scary happens and I scream she tells me to be quiet, if I’m sad she tells me not to cry and in general, I feel like she never wants me to show any emotion or reaction to any situation. But smiling is allowed. If I’m serious she tells me to smile, that people wouldn’t bully me in the streets If I had a smile on.
And I’m so deeply in touch with my feelings. If anything I over-react. I cry a lot, and very easily, I scream bloody murder if something frightens me, I hyperventilate if I get anxious and I don’t smile if I don’t feel like smiling, although it is really easy to make me laugh and it is really hard for me to stop laughing when I start.
I know she just wants me to be strong and she doesn’t like it that I hurt so often, but just in the same way the rain won’t stop just because you don’t want it to fall and you tell it to stop, I can’t avoid who I am and how I feel.
I deal with it by letting her know as little as I can about my feelings but she’s my mum and I really wish I could open up to her without having my feelings nullified.
Day in with the girlies. Their daddy is out of town and it’s been pouring rain all day. We got kinda cold so we all got our kitty pjs on. And yes, those are tops for people but it is nearly impossible to get doggy clothing in their size where I live. My girls and I love Hello Kitty <3
Tourists at the Frauenkirche, Nuremberg, Germany, 1904
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OH DANY MY QUEEN, WHERE IS MY GAME OF THRONES EPISODE??
I feel like Drogon is always like “hey mam, mam, mam, mam.. look what I can do! MAM!!! LOOK!!”
I’m so proud of my little dragon doodle -SWOONING-
Excuse me, may I have a moment of your time?
I adore boxers
Last night, my university gave an honorary master’s degree to the service dog who sat through every one of his owner’s classes. He dressed appropriately for the ceremony.