July 29 2014
July 29 2014

My dream job is to be a therapist!!!

The Fool: 

Something you've always wanted to try

The Magician: 

Something you're very good at

The High Priestess: 

One thing you wish you knew

The Empress: 

A woman you really admire

The Emperor: 

A man you really admire

The Hierophant: 

Something you believe in

The Lovers: 

A person who makes you very happy

The Chariot: 

A prize or award you've won


Something you struggle with

The Hermit: 

Favourite way to spend a day alone

The Wheel Of Fortune: 

Something you wish you could change


A decision you wish you could do over

The Hanged Man: 

A time when you wished someone would listen to you


Someone you really miss


Your ideal day

The Devil: 

Who you talk to when you're dealing with big issues

The Tower: 

Something that changed your life

The Star: 

Someone you consider perfect

The Moon: 

Something you fear

The Sun: 

Your happiest memory


Your favourite song(s)

The World: 

Your dream job

I exist I exist I exist





things you should totes not view as positive portrayals of love/romance:

  • the great gatsby
  • romeo & juliet
  • the phantom of the opera
  • snape
  • Fifty Shades of Grey


Listen here sonny!!!
People think that Snapes love was unhealthy and obsessive. Here’s the thing though- snape had to force himself not to feel (think of his occlumency lessons) in order to be safer and more believable in front of voldemort. He could not emotionally heal because of that. And although snape only ever loved lily, he did come to care for Harry in the end.
Snapes real “obsessive” love was a love for the dark arts, and I believe his love for lily was redeeming.
Snape had a deep love for lily that drove him to change his life in a pretty profound way. I think he just wasn’t sure how to deal with that love.
When lily died, his life had no meaning anymore. This is what he says: “I wish.. I wish I were dead..”
Dumbledore used this deep love and remorse as an opportunity to appoint him as Harry’s protector. This is where Snapes character arc stops developing. He is frozen in that moment of devastating grief and remorse, and committed through dumbledores opportune appeal to lilys green eyes, to protect her son even though that child is potters son- the man he most hates.

Snape betrayed voldemort and knew that if he was caught he would die. By that point, lily had married James and would never be Snapes. Most people when rejected in such a way come to hate the formerly beloved. Snape instead is willing to risk his life for her survival. This is a very selfless love.

At times, Snapes feelings were possessive and nasty and not especially mature. But Plato said “love is not beautiful and rich, it’s ugly and poor, because love wants what it does not have”
Love isn’t necessarily mature or generous or kind or noble. It can be those things but it can also be their opposite. It is at this point that people start to say “but that isn’t love”

It may not be ideal love, or your ideal of love, but who’s to say it isn’t love?

(via jeffthekiddo)


this year i was

  • trash

next year i hope to be

  • hella trash
  • possibly a trash king ?

(via ghostieacademy)