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kelseyslifebelike:

Jealous of all the seniors picking out their dorms at UW for next year while I’m stuck studying for AP tests. I so wish I could just go to college next year

My new hair. :)

My new hair. :)

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Man, it would have been so neat if Gonzaga had won.

I want to go there so badly.

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kelseyslifebelike:

Two inches of snow are in the forecast plus thunderstorms tonight and a wind advisory. Hello first day of spring. 

Hello first track meet tomorrow. :/
We always have THE BEST weather for track. /s.

Also, just had an epiphany.

I need to acknowledge my lazy days, and acknowledge what I do accomplish on them. Like tonight, it’s been a complete uphill battle to even open my hw and books. But I studied for AP Bio. I got that done at least. And there’s still a growing list of things that need to get done, but I did some.

and that will suffice for now.

Can I just brag about my track accomplishments?

I beat my 5k PR the other day… a big deal because I set that PR on the last race of XC season last year. And then didn’t run after track season at all. Like not at all. So to beat my PR by a considerable sum after not running for months says a lot. I don’t know what it says, because I haven’t been working out all that hard, but it says something good.

And then today, we ran 300s, and I was on the heels of one girl that’s outrun me all season so far. Like, right on her heels, a few seconds off of her. Coach wants her to be running sub 2:40. My original goal was sub3, but I can do much better than that I think.

Coach even said I was doing good. :) And he’s the type of coach that only pays attention to his good runners, so the fact that he said that I had a good workout today means a lot.

HAVE YOU EVER JUST REALY WANTED TO KISS SOMEONE BUT YOU CANT

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Today at lunch, Delta and his friends were talking about colleges and scholarships, and where they want to go, and where they will probably end up. Which stresses me out for multiple reasons. 

1. I’m in the same boat as a lot of them. My college decision will be based off who gives me the most scholarships. I’d kill to go to Gonzaga, but I don’t know if it’ll be worth the money if I don’t get the scholarships I need.

2. They’re leaving. I don’t want them to leave. I don’t want Delta to leave, I don’t want his brother to leave, I don’t want their other twin friends to leave, or any of the senior class. They’ve been at the school the whole time I’ve been there, and when they leave, that means one more year before I leave too. And I want to leave, so so badly, but at the same time, I don’t. I had the same issues leaving 8th grade, and that turned out way better than expected, but still.
 I don’t know what’s going to happen when Delta leaves. I asked him about it the other day, and he replied, “Oh, well I figured we were solid enough.” So, while I’ve been fretting and worrying about it, he just is so confident in us that he didn’t even think about it. Typical of him.

I just don’t want things to change.

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anarcho-queer:

Arkansas Enacts Strictest Abortion Law In The Country
Arkansas has just enacted the most extreme abortion law in the country - barring abortion at 12 weeks.
Despite the Governor’s veto, both chambers of the legislature voted to override, making it illegal to have an abortion after 12 weeks - still in the first trimester and only shortly after most women will have learned they are pregnant. This ban is two months earlier than any other state in the country. And it comes soon after the legislature banned abortion after 20 weeks.
Certain politicians in Arkansas don’t seem to care that this law is unconstitutional. Nor do they care that this law strips women of their ability to make deeply personal reproductive health decisions.
The Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision affirmed the right to a safe & legal abortion. However, opponents of abortion in Arkansas disregard this ruling in their effort to both remove the right that Roe affords women and to force the Supreme Court to reconsider the constitutionality of abortion. These bans in Arkansas are one more step in their strategy to make all abortions completely illegal.

Feeling so much bitterness towards my home state.

Oh, god. We had a theology discussion about this… the amount of ignorance coming from such smart people.

multigrainqueerios:

anarcho-queer:

Arkansas Enacts Strictest Abortion Law In The Country

Arkansas has just enacted the most extreme abortion law in the country - barring abortion at 12 weeks.

Despite the Governor’s veto, both chambers of the legislature voted to override, making it illegal to have an abortion after 12 weeks - still in the first trimester and only shortly after most women will have learned they are pregnantThis ban is two months earlier than any other state in the country. And it comes soon after the legislature banned abortion after 20 weeks.

Certain politicians in Arkansas don’t seem to care that this law is unconstitutional. Nor do they care that this law strips women of their ability to make deeply personal reproductive health decisions.

The Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision affirmed the right to a safe & legal abortion. However, opponents of abortion in Arkansas disregard this ruling in their effort to both remove the right that Roe affords women and to force the Supreme Court to reconsider the constitutionality of abortion. These bans in Arkansas are one more step in their strategy to make all abortions completely illegal.

Feeling so much bitterness towards my home state.

Oh, god. We had a theology discussion about this… the amount of ignorance coming from such smart people.

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Guess who can now legally see rated-R movies?

MEEEEE!

silentspaces:

UGH HOW DID I NOT NOTICE

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quirkytaiwan:

13 Photos From Taiwan’s First Same-Sex Buddhist Marriage

Huang Mei-yu and Yu Ya-ting wed Saturday in a traditional Buddhist ceremony. Their union still isn’t recognized by the Taiwanese government, though support for gay marriage is mounting across Asia.

By Jessica Testa on Buzzfeed

Buddhist Master Shih Chao-hwei performed the ceremony, giving the women his full support: “I am certain you will lead a life of happiness together, especially after you have overcome so much difficulty and societal discrimination,” he said. “You have blessings not only from the Buddha, but also from those whom you may or may not know who are in attendance.”

OMG their dresses are so pretty!!!

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underboobprince:

the fact that i have to choose between my grades and my own mental and physical health is really fucked up

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  • family: treats you like shit
  • family: constantly tells you how lazy and ungrateful you are
  • family: says that you'll never have a successful future
  • family: jokes around about things they know you're insecure about
  • family: scoffs and makes fun of you for the things you enjoy
  • family: are completely fucking surprised and offended that you don't like being around them and are eager to move out or get as far away as possible