I am currently 21 and living life by my own rules!
i just want some really high thigh high socks so i can walk around my room feeling like i have pants on without actually having them on because panties
So now when you do Alt + Reblog, the reblog symbol turns green, “explodes” and then disappears.
I THOUGHT THIS WAS KIDDING SOGMLASG
My friend drunkenly told me “Ashley you are beautiful and super nice so it makes it hard to hate you for being so beautiful.” It made me feel good that my personality is seen and that my optimistic, cheerful, niceness can touch people. I have always seen myself as the average girl and never had self-esteem problems with my looks, it just wasn’t something that was important or emphasized while growing up. I was a tom-boy. Even now I literally will roll out of bed throw an outfit on and run my hands threw my hair and walk out the door. When I was in highschool I was worried about gaining weight not losing weight. I always felt too thin (being an avid runner will do that to you). I remember ordering a dress online and the only size they had was one size to big so I bought it and tried to gain weight to fit into it. I guess what I’m trying to say is that who I am as a person has always been more important to me then how I look. Looks only get you so far, the rest is up to the person you are underneath everything. Being respectful and responsible were the things emphasized while growing up. Although my dream is to be a famous model I have never relied on my looks to get where I am. Being a model, if one day my dream comes true, is not a priority right now. School is, building my future is. Everything else can fall in line. I hope one day I can be a role model for girls to teach them that looks are nothing. They can get far without worrying about how they look.
I don’t want to be
your entire world, no.
I would be happy
just to be your morning coffee,
your hanging car keys,
but if lost throws off
your entire day.