As confused and as angry as I am, I still miss you.

Do you know how fucking pathetic that makes me feel?

Um, so.. I went to the wrong balcony. Where you at, taylorswift? Tell me when you’re done figuring tumblr out. But I’d be very very glad to answer anything you ask about it! Or just about anything! :) 

Um, so.. I went to the wrong balcony. Where you at, taylorswift? Tell me when you’re done figuring tumblr out. But I’d be very very glad to answer anything you ask about it! Or just about anything! :) 

Do not make
homes
out of people.
This will leave you
homesick
and sad,
missing arms that
cannot hold
roofs,
hearts with
shaky foundations.

— Michelle K., Home.

Taylor here. I’m locking myself in my room and not leaving until I figure out how to use my Tumblr. Well, I might leave for a second to get a snack or something but that is IT. I am FOCUSED. I have lots of questions, help me.

WAIT, WHAT?! I LOVE YOU TAYLOR!

thehalfwrittenbook:

when you hear a song by your favorite artist in the store and try to keep calm

you
are the second
most beautiful thing
next to
our love

Or maybe,just maybeWe can start over,together again.

Or maybe,
just maybe
We can start over,
together again.

August is an ordinary ten-year-old kid but the only person who realizes how ordinary he is is he himself. His parents see him as extraordinary. His sister protects him as much. Other kids scream and run away from him. He gets stared at wherever he goes. The thing is August’s just an ordinary kid, with an extraordinary face.
Wonder by R.J. Palacio took me on an emotional roller coaster ride, from sorrow to euphoria to exasperation then back again, at every flip of a page. I love how Auggie’s life was seen in different points of view. Like him, I get life challenges of my own and it’s flattering to think of also having people looking out for me. Just when we think life can’t get any tougher, it does. And I used to believe that the universe was cruel to me. This book made me realize that it actually takes care of me in a way I will never know. 
I think August is right that everyone in the world should get a standing ovation at least once in their lives because it’s never easy but “we all overcometh the world.” 
#MyFaveBookMySelfie2014 @nbsalert @philippinestar

intagram: @chazwymanguzman

August is an ordinary ten-year-old kid but the only person who realizes how ordinary he is is he himself. His parents see him as extraordinary. His sister protects him as much. Other kids scream and run away from him. He gets stared at wherever he goes. The thing is August’s just an ordinary kid, with an extraordinary face.

Wonder by R.J. Palacio took me on an emotional roller coaster ride, from sorrow to euphoria to exasperation then back again, at every flip of a page. I love how Auggie’s life was seen in different points of view. Like him, I get life challenges of my own and it’s flattering to think of also having people looking out for me. Just when we think life can’t get any tougher, it does. And I used to believe that the universe was cruel to me. This book made me realize that it actually takes care of me in a way I will never know. 

I think August is right that everyone in the world should get a standing ovation at least once in their lives because it’s never easy but “we all overcometh the world.” 

#MyFaveBookMySelfie2014 @nbsalert @philippinestar

intagram: @chazwymanguzman

instagram: @chazwymanguzman

instagram: @chazwymanguzman

Don’t know why, you make me like you 
like I never did before
Too bad we’re just friends, 
or maybe nothing at all

No word could perfectly describe
all of these that I feel
I want you with me so bad
but you’re nowhere near

It sucks to love and hate
someone at the same time
But I would do just anything
I really wanna make you mine — again

I want you to feel something when you hear my name.

I found myself thinking about the dance
One moment that most probably wouldn’t have another chance
About that one time I held you in my arms

About how I wished it never last
A world with nothing else to think of but us
But, heck, time can’t help but run twice as fast

About your sweet red lips and burning red dress
In the hands of a lost guy in green mess
A perfect nobody and an imperfect princess

About how shy you look with eyes that won’t meet mine
With cheeks that burn, smile that shine
At the back of my own, “this beautiful perfection is mine”

But just like how I can’t remember the songs we dance to
You’re no longer with me, nothing I can do
But never will I forget how it feels to be that close to you
Baby, I found myself, can’t help breaking, thinking about you

My taste in music ranges from “you need to listen to this” to “I know, please don’t judge me.”