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The Walking Dead Meme: [5/20] Characters

Michonne

I JUST LOVE HER

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GOODNIGHT

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The Walking Dead is a story of…

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THIS SHOW IS INCREDIBLE. THAT IS ALL. 

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And in that moment, we were all Bolin.

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get to know me meme {5 favorite films}

                Coraline (2009)they say even the strongest spirits can be                                                          broken with love

always reblog

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beroberos:

Snapchats for episode 10!! 

Bonus:

these are actually my favorite thing the fandom has done this year

somebody say….KORSAMI? SHIP SHIP SHIP SHIP SHIP SHIP 

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A post about depression that is not depressing

To all my followers- I realize that you are all probably following me for the posts of funny Doctor Who pictures, or something like that, so I will post some funny pictures after this as a penance for two posts about depression, and I will try not to make this depressing. 

I’m writing this post for two reasons- the recent suicide of Robin Williams and timing.

Let’s rewind: This time last year, I was very depressed. I was working at a job that I hated where I wasn’t treated well by my coworkers, clients, or boss. I had terrible insomnia and was very worried I was going to get addicted to sleeping pills because nothing was helping.  I was considering falling back into the old habit of self-harm. But worst of all- I couldn’t draw, at all, and I hadn’t been able to all summer, which is my favorite thing to do in the world.

Every summer, I always pick a song to be my “summer song.” Usually I try and pick a fun ska song, or just something really upbeat. This year, my song was “Everything as Planned” by We Came As Romans, which you can listen to here, if you so desire (or if anyone is actually reading this) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JCDyrakWm0) . While this song is very well written and emotionally complex, it is not a happy song, at all, and was exactly how I felt.  

The short version is is that I was not okay, at all. 

Fast forward to right now: I am working at an awesome job where I am respected and trusted by my boss and co-workers. I’m on a very good sleep schedule and have been giving at least 7 hours a night, just about every night. I can draw again and have been drawing more than ever before- I have filled up half a sketchbook in less than a month. My summer song is “Jumpin’” by the incredible Beebs and Her Money Makers (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttA3qORhByM)

And, most importantly, I am so happy. Has my summer been perfect? No, because everyone has bad days. That’s part of life. Honestly, my summer has been kind of boring, but I am just so happy. 

So what’s the moral of this story?

The moral is that recovery is possible. The moral is that you matter. The moral is that however dark your life seems, it will get better. Maybe not tomorrow, or even in a month. But it will get better. Because life can be horrible, a lot of the time, but to be happy, you don’t have to love the bad times. You just have to wait them out and take the chance that life will be better. 

I know there’s been a lot of talk about depression and suicide because of Robin Williams’ recent suicide, and hearing about that magnified my gratitude that I didn’t do that to myself. That I am still here. 

I guess the moral of this post is that I am so very happy to be alive today, and I know everything could just be terrible again tomorrow, but I’m willing to take that chance now. 

To anyone who suffers from depression: Your problems are real and valid and you are important. Don’t give up. 

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So I’m kind of late posting this, but whatevs. 
I know what you’re thinking…isn’t that CD from the library? Well yes, it is, but there is a very special story that goes with this CD, and that’s what I’m going to tell you. 
While I was in high school, my mom found a very battered copy of Cities by Anberlin at the library for one dollar. She recognized the name because I had borrowed and listened Dark Is the Way from a friend, and so she bought it for me. After only hearing Dark Is The Way, I wasn’t super into them, but I gave Cities a listen, all the same. 
And then I fell in love with their music. 
Anberlin’s music has had a very big impact on my life, but this album has really made me who I am today. When I was given this album I was suffering from severe depression and listening to this album changed everything. The messages in this album were just exactly what I needed to hear: hope, faith, moving on, love, and loving yourself. I cannot articulate what a masterpiece this album is. It has taught me so much and I am so happy that I will always be able to enjoy the music.
So last weekend, at Warped Tour, I brought the CD jacket with me and they all signed it (as shown in the picture). I wish all of the members of Anberlin could know how important this album is to me and how much it meant that they all signed it, even though I was just another person in the line. 
Thank you, anberlin. I know you guys probably won’t read this, but just so you know, your music saved my life.

So I’m kind of late posting this, but whatevs. 

I know what you’re thinking…isn’t that CD from the library? Well yes, it is, but there is a very special story that goes with this CD, and that’s what I’m going to tell you. 

While I was in high school, my mom found a very battered copy of Cities by Anberlin at the library for one dollar. She recognized the name because I had borrowed and listened Dark Is the Way from a friend, and so she bought it for me. After only hearing Dark Is The Way, I wasn’t super into them, but I gave Cities a listen, all the same. 

And then I fell in love with their music. 

Anberlin’s music has had a very big impact on my life, but this album has really made me who I am today. When I was given this album I was suffering from severe depression and listening to this album changed everything. The messages in this album were just exactly what I needed to hear: hope, faith, moving on, love, and loving yourself. I cannot articulate what a masterpiece this album is. It has taught me so much and I am so happy that I will always be able to enjoy the music.

So last weekend, at Warped Tour, I brought the CD jacket with me and they all signed it (as shown in the picture). I wish all of the members of Anberlin could know how important this album is to me and how much it meant that they all signed it, even though I was just another person in the line. 

Thank you, anberlin. I know you guys probably won’t read this, but just so you know, your music saved my life.

astoundingbeyondbelief:

swan2swan, I did the thing.

Too freaking perfect 

astoundingbeyondbelief:

swan2swan, I did the thing.

Too freaking perfect 

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