thecrochetfaerie:

thecrochetfaerie:

thecrochetfaerie:

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noelebelle giveaway; one winner will receive a crochet flower halter top from my etsy shop, custom made in your size and choice of color!

☆ reblog this post to enter, no limit. please do not remove the text.

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☆ will ship internationally, giveaway open to all countries.

☆ winner must be 18 or over, or have caregivers consent to receive your prize.

☆ one winner will be chosen at random on September 18, 2014 & will be contacted via inbox (please have your ask box open)

☆ good luck! questions?

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only two more days to enter!

giveaway ends tomorrow, get your final entries in now ♡♡♡

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mysqace:

if my blog gets deleted I’m out for good I’m in too deep to rebuild 

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toxicwaltz:

Today I heard someone say that the bass guitar is completely unnecessary.

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My #1 😘

My #1 😘

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"I didn’t even try to love you, it just happened."

— Unknown  (via hefuckin)

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Just because I like this picture! 💁🙅

Just because I like this picture! 💁🙅

iwantyoualive:

Since people now seem to think every NFL player is a piece of shit thanks to Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, I think it’s a good time to say this: Brandon Marshall is my hero. Honestly. Like he changed my life so much and doesn’t even know it.
About three years ago he called a press conference and announced that he has borderline personality disorder. At the time, I had no idea what that was, but he mentioned that he started his own foundation dedicated to its awareness. I went to the website to see what it was all about, and as I read through the symptoms, I realized that many of them have been prevalent throughout my entire life. So many things about me suddenly started to make sense, so I decided I’d talk to a doctor about it and was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder not too long after (you should look it up if you’re not familiar with it).
I’ve thought about writing him a letter to let him know just how much his Project Borderline foundation (and my subsequent diagnosis) has affected my life, but idk I feel like it would just be a waste of time since he’s an NFL superstar and stuff. Probably wouldn’t even read it. Oh well.
I love this dude so much like last October he wore neon-green shoes during a game for Mental Health Awareness Week even though he knew he’d be fined $10,000 by the NFL for the uniform violation. He not only paid that fine but also matched it and donated it to his foundation. It’s just cool to see people use their fame to raise awareness on issues that are important to them.
I guess my point is, if it wasn’t for Brandon Marshall, my borderline personality disorder would’ve probably gone undiagnosed for my entire life and I wouldn’t be getting the help that I’m currently getting. I don’t even want to think about what my life would be like had this not happened.

I love Brandon Marshall!! Come back to Denver!

iwantyoualive:

Since people now seem to think every NFL player is a piece of shit thanks to Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, I think it’s a good time to say this: Brandon Marshall is my hero. Honestly. Like he changed my life so much and doesn’t even know it.

About three years ago he called a press conference and announced that he has borderline personality disorder. At the time, I had no idea what that was, but he mentioned that he started his own foundation dedicated to its awareness. I went to the website to see what it was all about, and as I read through the symptoms, I realized that many of them have been prevalent throughout my entire life. So many things about me suddenly started to make sense, so I decided I’d talk to a doctor about it and was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder not too long after (you should look it up if you’re not familiar with it).

I’ve thought about writing him a letter to let him know just how much his Project Borderline foundation (and my subsequent diagnosis) has affected my life, but idk I feel like it would just be a waste of time since he’s an NFL superstar and stuff. Probably wouldn’t even read it. Oh well.

I love this dude so much like last October he wore neon-green shoes during a game for Mental Health Awareness Week even though he knew he’d be fined $10,000 by the NFL for the uniform violation. He not only paid that fine but also matched it and donated it to his foundation. It’s just cool to see people use their fame to raise awareness on issues that are important to them.

I guess my point is, if it wasn’t for Brandon Marshall, my borderline personality disorder would’ve probably gone undiagnosed for my entire life and I wouldn’t be getting the help that I’m currently getting. I don’t even want to think about what my life would be like had this not happened.

I love Brandon Marshall!!
Come back to Denver!

"And in the end,
we are all just
humans,
drunk on the idea
that love,
only love,
could heal
our brokenness."

— The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald (via gerri-t2becontinued)

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sunfl0werpetal:

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I like the fact that I’m seeing more and more of you.

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48 Shades of Lightning 
Taken from last night’s thunderstorm.
(color hues are unretouched)

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