ANOTHER MILKUCAKE GIVEAWAY!!
My cousin recently traded me a 3ds for an old apple laptop and i didn’t need the laptop OR the 3DS. sooo…. giveaway! Plus an unboxed ps4. my dad bought 2 by accident LOL.
SO. WHAT DO YOU GET?
1. A new Ps4
2. A gently used pink 3DS
3. A gently used pokemon X !!
1. Follow my good and best pal, mmmelon or her art blog, she’s really sweet and you should go say hi. tbh, I won’t check if you’re following her or not, but go check out her art too! you don’t have to follow me, but it would be nice.
2. Must be in the US (Sorry)
3. MAXIMUM 3 REBLOGS, likes don’t count sorry :(
Deadline!: whenever this gets 20k notes!
Hey good luck owo
Changed the rules again! it’s not a requirement to follow mmmelon. Only if you like her blog!
hey thanks renaaaee
Without the use of Photoshop or any digital manipulation, Korean artist JeeYoung Lee spends weeks converting her tiny Seoul studio into some of the most elaborate installations we’ve seen—for the sake of taking a single photograph.
"cosmic stars illuminate the indigo sky, creating constellations that paint the entire night’s canvas. the moon shines as brightly as the light in your eyes."
"One day you’ll feel eighteen, look sixty, and wonder what happened."
when i see a cute boy
"Los pingüinos piratas eran condenados a la orca."
Do you guys ever get the feeling that you’re racing against a clock? Like you’re supposed to be progressing through life at a certain pace, and more often than not, you aren’t. So you wing it, but then you turn around and you see people the same age as you doing things you thought you would be doing at this age. And then you wonder what you’re doing with yourself and your life. You see people getting careers, settling down, paying bills, being responsible, and just trying really hard to make something of themselves and to make a difference somewhere.
And here I am: the same person I was in high school, the same spastic, unreliable and selfish child that I’ve always been. I mean, I know this isn’t an uncommon thought, and a lot of people my age feel the same way. I know I’m not special or unique in these thoughts, and I also realize that I shouldn’t compare myself to others and everyone goes at their own pace, etc.
But I feel really lost. Or more specifically, I don’t know where to go from here. Sure, I’m in a Master’s program but I feel like I’m supposed to be more passionate about it and I’m supposed to be doing a lot better than I am. And I feel a lot of pressure to do better though I’m not making changes in my behavior or habits. I used to wonder when it would all click for me, but I know now things don’t ever just neatly fall into place.
When I was a lot younger, I expected certain things to just happen. I expected that one day, I would get married and have kids. I expected that I would learn to be mature and responsible. I expected that I would find something I loved to do and make enough money to survive. I expected that I would find my purpose in life by the time I was in my mid-twenties. I expected a lot of things for myself, but I guess I never imagined what it would take to get there. I think that in a lot of ways, I still expect everything to happen to or for me. And I feel like maybe I’m just waiting for life to start or waiting for things to happen.
And yes, I realize this comes off as truly pathetic. Like, “Oh no, I’m so sad that life is hard and I have to learn how to grow up. BOO HOO!” Yet here are my thoughts, pathetic and whiny as they are.