If you could meet yourself at age five what would you tell yourself?

jchrostek:

I wouldn’t tell him anything. He had the right idea, five year old me. Everything he loved was pure and unadulterated. Everything he was meant to go through needed to happen. Sure, I’ve had bad days. Sure, I’ve done bad things. But as terrible and lonely as life can seem, I’m proud of my life. My decisions. My failures. For better and for worse, this is my story, and I wouldn’t tamper with it.

I’d rather sit and listen to him to see what he has to teach me now.

outofreception:

Waking up in a Volvo in Eastern Oregon

Waiting for the sunrise on Glendora Ridge Road. Early morning sky. The San Gabriel Mountains.

upshifts:

Monday, July 21st, 2014.

A morning drive up Glendora Mountain Road, exploring the twisties all the way up to the Mt. Baldy ski lifts, and then back down the same way.

I drove out in the early morning in time to watch the sunrise over the peaks in the distance, somewhere on Glendora Ridge Road. It was so quiet; there was nobody else on the road, besides several cyclists (ayyy).

The Camry was surprisingly fun to pilot through those flowing curves and corners.

An amazing road to drive. 

There’s a lot of adventure to be had before 9am.

hazelnutpancakes:

animecandie:

natalie-ann:

kanayastrider:

grimdarkthroes:

THERES A HAMBURGER IN THE ELEVATOR AT SCHOOL??

taking lunch to the next level

did you just

Elevated flavor?

High quality?

don’t you just love buns (puns)

That burger must have many many stories to tell.

h3llsent:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

image

Owl Turd Comix by Shenanigansen [website | twitter | facebook]

Yo that was deep wtf I wasn’t ready for that

(via katnom)

softerworld:

A Softer World: 1129

(there’s meaning as long as there’s someone to need it)

buy this print

dreamsoffools:

I’m one of those obnoxious people who always wants to look out of the plane window when everyone is trying to sleep.

(via oneofmylegs)

wwwomb:

Johan Willner

"Anniversary" — from Boy Stories

(via zhanthony)

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 I dream of open roads. I have no idea where I'm going, but I'd like to have a good time getting there.

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