I hate when people say “Oh, if you’re having doubts about your relationship that’s probably a sign that it won’t work out.”

So if I have doubted my mothers parenting skills before does that mean she is a bad mother?

If I have had doubts about a friendship does that mean this person shouldn’t be my friend?

I have doubts about EVERYTHING, does that mean my life is “not going to work out”.

How can you even be in an happy relationship, any relationship, without having doubts? It’s like everything else you feel in life. You can’t feel one thing without feeling the opposite. How would you know what it feels like to be happy if you have never been sad? How would you know what it feels like to be mad if you’ve never felt glad? How would you feel clarity towards your relationship if you’ve never felt doubt?


I know this is early, but I better have plans for Halloween because my costume is the best.

Oh hey, here’s another stupid picture of me. Look at those horribly long roots. They are awful, I know.

When I was younger, my older sister would get in trouble all the time. & every time she was yelled at she would lock herself in her room and blast Perfect by Simple Plan and now whenever I hear that song that is all I think about.

Post sex candid/Cody trying to be artsy.
Spending the day in Denver today for my birthday since Easter is tomorrow and everything will be closed. (:

Do people realize that if you have an actual thigh gap it means you’re incredibly underweight and probably extremely unhealthy?

Like I don’t know why anyone would look in the mirror and wish they had a thigh gap. If I looked in the mirror and saw a thigh gap I would be so scared.

I recently read a study by some health doctor, I wish I could find it again. But more than 95 percent of woman don’t have thigh gaps. And more than 4.5% of the ones that do struggle with serious weight issues (whether that be an eating disorder or something else that causes them to be underweight).

And most pictures that show healthy girls with a thigh gap, they don’t really have a thigh gap. They’re just positioning their asses and legs and shit to make it look like they have a thigh gap. In which case, anyone can have a thigh gap.


Today I was walking through the mall with my husband and there was a girl at one of those little kiosk things. She was trying to sell straighteners.

So she stopped me and asked “Do you shampoo and condition your hair?”

So I said, “No, I use baking soda.”

& she looked at my hair and said “oh, dear God.”

My husband and I walked away but this really pissed me off. My hair doesn’t look too healthy. I’ve bleached it four times in the past six months to get it this incredibly light. But honestly, it only looks like it was bleached once. (I take REALLY good care of my hair, and washing with baking soda doesn’t cause as much damage as shampoo, so that helps a lot.)

It’s just irritating that since this girl wasn’t accustomed to the idea of baking soda hair washes, it was automatically the wrong thing. Just because it’s not the way you do things, doesn’t mean it’s the wrong way to do things.

Sorry // End of rant.

Out and about. #me #selfie #stupid

I hate when a freshman calls another person a freshman and uses it as an insult.

Like really? It’s stupid when people who aren’t freshman do it, and now you’re going to do it even though you ARE a freshman?

Like how does this make sense I really do not understand.