I’m amazed he got all the right parts. Friesian x QH.
Reblogging again because perfection
I have the strangest compulsion to reblog this every time it’s on my dash…
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shamelessly still reblogging this
And that’s the most frustrating thing about depression. It isn’t always something you can fight back against with hope. It isn’t even something — it’s nothing. And you can’t combat nothing. You can’t fill it up. You can’t cover it. It’s just there, pulling the meaning out of everything. That being the case, all the hopeful, proactive solutions start to sound completely insane in contrast to the scope of the problem.
It would be like having a bunch of dead fish, but no one around you will acknowledge that the fish are dead. Instead, they offer to help you look for the fish or try to help you figure out why they disappeared.
You know when you read something that’s so accurate that you don’t know how to words?
- me: are you a boy?
- boy: ye-
- me: GET OUT
This is currently my life: late night gossip girl, worrying, and snuggling in bed with a cute kitty.
The ‘welcome home’ comfort food my mum made me tonight when I got home from being away. Vegetarian sausages, mashed potatoes, vegan gravy, peas and carrot.
Roasted tomato, saffron and thyme risotto. If you want the recipe, just ask! Amazing, honestly. It is vegan/vegetarian depending on if you want to use butter or olive oil, or add cheese after. xx
I guess it’s time for the obligatory and profound, hopeful and optimistic post for the new year. This past year was a very difficult year for me in which I struggled through, but I feel like all the difficult times have made me a better, stronger, more resilient, more assertive, happier, more open person. Moving country and leaving half my family, all my friends and my boyfriend behind to go to University wasn’t a huge deal to me at the time, but it has been a massively challenging experience and this last year has been the most challenging of all. I do not regret it one bit, and I would not change the way things have gone for the world. Even though it has been hard, it has also been fun! In the past three years I have learnt how to be independent (mostly), how to support myself and others around me, how to tell a genuine friend from a crap one, fallen in love with a dorky music nerd, become better at cooking, achieved a Bachelor’s degree in Science, worked at a Equine Veterinary Hospital, battled crippling depression and anxiety, lost lots of crappy friends and gained lots of amazing friends and family, I have seen my cousin, my brother and two of my wonderful friends be married, traveled, explored New Zealand, gained 15 kilograms, lost 10 kilograms, dip dyed my hair, learnt to do quilting and patchwork, become a healthier and happier person. I am so grateful for everything that I have, and grateful to all my friends and family. I am grateful for a cozy bed to go home to, the food that always seems to be in my belly, and the freedom that I have. I have never been this happy, optimistic, or at peace with things ever before in my life. For the first time in my life I do not hate the person that I am. I accept that I am not thin, or a genius, or perfect and I am okay with that. I am proud of the things I have achieved and of the person I have grown up to be. I look forward to this new year with an open heart and an open mind. I look forward to graduating from University, to meeting lots of new friends and seeing lots of old ones, to getting closer to the family I do have, to parties, live music, patting lots of animals, working, travelling and being young. Cheers to the new year 2013!!
love ru x
Jake and I got a little bit of money for Christmas as a present from a lovely family friend and we decided to spend it on a date. I chose to go on a picnic at the botanic gardens and it was heaven. My boyfriend is an angel. We bought some nice food at Moore Wilson’s (my favourite) and went walking around the gardens. It was so ridiculously windy today, even for Wellington, that is was so funny. We took cover at a little sheltered bench and ate our food in our laps. It was lovely. After that we wandered around the gardens. I patted some beautiful collie dogs and we sniffed some roses in the rose garden. I had a blast. I am so lucky to have such a wonderful best friend.
Jakey and I kissing things.