"I want to be an animal rescuer."
"Why do you want to rescue animals?"
"Because they’re soft and cuddly."
She was collecting rocks.
This was so funny. I ran into this Mexican couple on a trail in Central Park, and they were lugging around all these balloons. I asked what the balloons were for, and the guy told me that he’d brought them all the way from Mexico. He said he’d concocted this elaborate plan, where he’d given balloons to different people around the city (starting with the hotel concierge), and sent the girl on a scavenger hunt to find them.
"Just because?" I asked.
"Just because," he said.
When I got home, I had an email. It said:
I couldn’t tell you, but I was about to ask her to marry me.
She said yes!
whenever i see pictures or posts about her i cry because she was gorgeous both inside and out and even though i never knew her, she is in my heart everyday
this girl’s gone and i think it’d be nice if everyone could reblog this no matter what kind of blog you have in her memory because she deserved it, she was the nicest girl ever, and it’d just be plain disrespectful if you didn’t reblog this
rip liv <3
some people won’t even reblog this because “it doesn’t fit my blog” “ugh i can’t let my followers see this” “idgaf”. please don’t be heartless and reblog. i know you have a soft side in you. RIP Liv
she’s so beautiful.
"I’m trying to figure out what my dreams are."
"I ran away to California for a week without telling anyone. I wanted to remove myself from everything, to see if I could work out some things in my head. But it actually created more problems. I learned it doesn’t really work that way."
"How do you mean?"
"Just that if you can’t figure out your problems in your present circumstances, you’re probably not going to figure them out by running away from them."
"I was engaged eight years ago, but my fiancee died in Iraq. After that, I promised myself that I’d never be that dependent on someone again. So after I met my husband, I fought marriage for the longest time. But we got married in September. And even though I was rebelling against it, and I always saw it as a meaningless formality, I’ve been surprised. There’s a comfort in knowing that you’re sworn to someone else."
"I was running for the Long Island Railroad when I was eighteen years old, and tripped and fell between the tracks just as the train was starting to move. Everything below the knee got shattered and had to be amputated. The funny thing is— I’d been spending all my time worrying about being drafted to Vietnam. I learned at an early age that the bad things that happen to you are rarely the ones that you’re worrying about."
URGENT! If you live near southern Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or anywhere near that area please keep a look out for this sister. She’s been missing for two weeks now. Keep Fatimah Rahman in your du’as. May Allah protect her wherever she is, and may she safely be returned to her parents. She’s one of the kindest sisters I know, this is still a shock to us all. Please contact the Southwest Detective Division if you see her: 215-686-3183 May Allah grant the family patience and ease soon. Ameen.
Someone handed me a flyer today (January 14, 2014) looking for her. Please, please, please boost this in case someone knows where she is.Boost this no matter where you are