Last weekend my Grandma passed away. I didn’t know her very well since she lived in Europe but it was heartbreaking to see my stoic father crumble as he lost his mother. We had received a call from my aunt one evening that my grandma had been hospitalized and, the very next evening, my dad was on a plane to visit her. She was holding on but he had not arrived in time to bid his final farewell.
Today, my mom called me to let me know that my bird had passed on, too. I had Lulu for 11 years. I’m not sure if I’m relieved that I am away from home; I wouldn’t have wanted to find her on the bottom of her cage. I’m so entirely regretful that I’ve been away for the last few years and haven’t had the chance to spend time with her.
It terrifies me that those 11 years flew by, who knows when my elderly cat will inevitably pass on or, even worse, when I’ll have to face my both my parents’ morality. Its tough seeing your parents mourn their parents; those are people who loved them unconditionally for their whole lives. My mom’s mother passed away over a decade ago and, yet, every year on January 7th she quietly mentions how old her mother would have been if she were able to celebrate her own birthday. And, every year, she somberly confesses, “I still miss her.”
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I’m a pretty legit trainer just so you know. I guess you can make your own trainer card at that link up there
What I think NPCs would say if they’re ever interviewed by Corrina.
woah slow down this is way too adorbs
WOW THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER aww omg ; _ ;
"Why would you call me that, my name’s E, it starts with an Erica. …wait."-
erica bless you (via sharkymalarky)
my life :’(
So I just found out that iRO has a classic, pre-renewal server. IT’S SO FUN TO BE BACK.
Tegan and Sara - Alligator
I’m Just Your Problem - the demo track
Featuring Ian Jones-Quartey as Princess Bubblegum
It might seem like this episode is about friendship, but I wanted it to be about honesty! Marceline almost gets the door open because she drops her guard and tells the truth for a second while she sings this song.
Bob Fosse said “the time to sing is when your emotional level is too high to just speak anymore,” I really wanted to try for that feeling.
Em, Bm, C, G (x4)
(…or do you just not like me?!)
Em, Bm, C, G (x2)
Em, B7 (sugar) , C, G
Em, Bm, C, G,
C7 (I’m just), B7 (your problem), Em, Cmaj7 (x2)
Em, Bm, C, G (x4)
C7, B7, Em, Cmaj7—
—Em, Bm, C… G (ugh!)
I’ve been replaying this five million times all week. About time to reblog. SHE’S SO TALENTED.