I don't know how to explain myself to you , but I'll do my best. Names Alana ( uh-lan-uh). Lives in Las Vegas where nobody knows the hoes & players like we do. I believe EVERYTHING happens for a reason. Im probably the sweetest person you'll ever meet. People take advantage me ,& im trying to be stronger.Im forever wanting to be fearless. I want so much for my future ,but you can't always get what you want. But i know you can do anything you set your mind too. Yeah ,I've changed ... but i won't change to meet your standards. MY life isn't glamorous & neither is urs.
I love autumn weddings, and Jessica and Will’s was just fabulous. The extraordinary fall foliage, Jessica’s classic Hollywood look and gown, and those dapper military blues and the saber arch set the elegant tone of the evening, while Jessica’s roses and wildflowers bouquet, antique getaway car, and cameo pin added distinctive vintage notes. The best part? The way the bride and groom looked at each other throughout the day!
“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”
I’ve reblogged this before and I will reblog it again.
«Buy half-price lingerie and model it in your bedroom for yourself. Feel like you have a secret because you’re wearing black, see-through underwear while talking to your teacher about your next assignment. Glance at attractive strangers on public transportation. When they look back, hold their gaze for a few seconds. Get off the train and never see them again, riding the high of your mutual minute of understanding. Keep yourself busy with the things your relationship used to keep you from doing. Practice a hobby. Learn a new language and feel how good it is to say “goodbye” in a new way. Fuck yourself in the shower. Begin to appreciate sex in a way you couldn’t before. Accept more dinner invitations with people who spark your interest, romantically or not. Sing along to pop songs without guilt. Buy yourself flowers to tuck behind your ear. Laugh easily. Let the ache hollow out more room for you to grow. When you catch your ex on the street six months later, smile when they tell you you’ve changed. Consider telling them you are a wildfire that burned over the places they touched. Consider reminding them you cannot know every space in someone by running your fingers over them. For a second, think about asking them to take you back and then laugh because you are no longer the same person they held. You are a wildfire and the world is made of brush. Go ahead and burn.»
- What To Do After A Break Up | Lora Mathis (via square-mouth)