why must you be so big? i’m starting to get super stressed out thinking about all the places i need to visit in the one short week we’ll be there in september! everything is so effing spread out. and no public transportation in LA? really? ughhhh
i'm gonna get hurt waiting for you to be consistent
i have so much to be excited about! i came to the conclusion a long time ago that making a tumblr was necessary for this reason.
i usually only write when i’m down. i’ve had some blogs and private journals and they always wound up being the place where all my depressing thoughts went. i think that’s pretty common that many people to find it easier to write when they’re upset, or need an outlet. but just as there are things to be upset about, i have SO many exciting things to be happy about in my life. so many wonderful people, and though at times i feel my life is boring i’ve been lucky enough to experience plenty of things most people don’t. i’ve decided i need to share that more. whether it be sharing it with the 3 people who will actually read this, or just for myself to have as an aid to remember with.
at this exact moment i’m excited because a group of boys that i find incredibly talented and care a lot about, commonly known as “this condition”, have finally shared with the world their new EP, “spirit”. it’s so exciting to finally hear a finished piece of work when you’ve heard bits and pieces. i have so much faith in these kids. this album is beautiful. please give it a listen, and if you like what you hear come on out on saturday to webster hall!
“At some point in your life, you have to stop saying, “But I never expected this to happen to me!?” For me, that day came when my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Fortunately, after she beat it, I took with me the knowledge that anything and everything can and will happen to you…and you should welcome those hurdles because they will make you stronger. At the end of the day, some marriages fail, some people win the lottery, and some people get struck by lightening. You can trust someone with every ounce of yourself, but a lot of men are the center of their own universe, and that’s something I’ve learned to cope with.”—Ryan Hunter, Envy on the Coast