Hey Captain

Best, I never really ever write about you. Though, this might not count because this is more of me writing to you. Since in this century that we are in, the pen and paper aren’t practiced as frequent as they should, and since I cannot in any vast universe imagine to use any other medium to tell you this than the canvas of my blog, then here goes.  (and I do hope that you soak this all in because this won’t happen often.)


          I am incredibly proud of you, today more than any other. Finally right? Three long years have lead you to this moment. This exact day. More than anything, I’m just happy that you’ve finally reached the star that from the beginning you were merely wishing on, now, it’s in your hands. It’s quite impressive, captain, the profession that you’ve chosen, but quite honestly I just have to tell you that the wings on your shirt pocket don’t impress me as much as the fact that you’ve finally found what you want to do, what you want to spend the rest of your life doing. living. What also needs to be mentioned is how much you’ve grown since receiving that diploma of yours three years ago, and you’ve blown my mind with how much you have changed for the better. Finally finally, all those late night study sessions, passing on not coming home for break, early morning requirement errands, and weekend trips needed have finally squeezed out a recognition you deserve. Magna best! Keber! Keber! In all honesty, (and I might regret telling you this, but whatever, don’t use it against me), when things get tough over here, with my academics, I sometimes think of you and how much you’ve pushed through, how much you have worked for everything you have now. It gives me a little push through busy nights and depressing days, so thank you for helping me, albeit indirectly, but thank you none the less. Congratulations Yan, I’m sorry I couldn’t make it to your big day. You know if there was even a slight possibility to be there to congratulate you personally I would, but ‘til you get home, I’m just going to bust it out and send it out to the universe. Sending it to you. Xx

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Natalie Portman, behind-the-scenes photos of Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet, 2014.

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Tyler Blackburn | Coachella, April 11, 2014

Tyler Blackburn | Coachella, April 11, 2014

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  1. If you don’t like your name don’t use it.
  2. Scream at the sky, whisper secrets to the ocean, hold hands with clouds. The world is yours if you want it to be.
  3. Do things that make you nervous and let the feeling consume you until you feel scared and alive and want to throw up.
  4. Don’t worry about falling in love.
  5. Pick flowers whenever you see them and leave them wherever you go.
  6. Kiss all the things that make you happy and all the things that make you sad, kiss everything that makes you feel anything.
  7. Weave stars into your clothes and always remember that you came from them and will go back to them again someday.
  8. Never empty your pockets.
  9. Light dead flowers on fire when you’re feeling sad, let their smell fill your lungs and make you forget about life.
  10. Diet coca cola will make your head spin and your throat burn, drink it when you’re feeling like things are going to get bad.
  11. If a boy with pretty eyes asks you who you are, show him your scars and your freckles and your bruises and let him know that you are alive.
  12. The best people have electricity running through their veins and around their hearts, let them shock you.
  13. Forget how old you are, it does not matter.
  14. If something or someone makes you want to run then do it, run until your legs go numb and your heart is about to explode and you forget how to breathe.
  15. When the world is asleep make the night your friend and you will become invincible.
  16. Get lost in another city and don’t ask for directions.
  17. Cry if you want to, but try not to drown in your tears.
  18. Do not be afraid of the sight of blood or the sound of bones snapping or the smell of hospital beds.
  19. Race the moon while you’re driving until you’re going faster than the speed of light.
  20. Never sit still.

— Alina Guevara, How to Not Understand Life and Be Okay With It  (via ayishin1103)

Because I haven’t seen you in forever and I hope you feel better soon, J! #SendingThatOutToTheUniverse #CoffeeAndBooze @juliusapeluddin ☕🍸

Because I haven’t seen you in forever and I hope you feel better soon, J! #SendingThatOutToTheUniverse #CoffeeAndBooze @juliusapeluddin ☕🍸

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Work your ass off.

Work your ass off.

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For Bogita. Because we missed you. @julieanncillo #PampaGV

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