It’s so good to hear your voice the best compliment ever (via imjust-a-girl)
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Pediatrics Group to Recommend Reading Aloud to Children From Birth - NYTimes.com

Seriously it’s so important. Those first few years are incredibly crucial. We learn best then!

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i never realize how much i swear until i’m in a situation where i can’t

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Anyone who takes the time to be kind is beautiful. Richelle E. Goodrich (via avoxia)

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Anonymous asked: Relationship ask for you. I'm a 15 y/o female(ish), and I have seriously fallen for an 18 y/o, college-bound, taken, straight female. I haven't told her how I feel, which ultimately complicates this more. I've liked her for ~1 year. What should I do?

Well, that’s hard. My advice, which would be what I would do (if I was a perfect person), is to just tell her. Especially if she is going out of state. Like, if you’re friends with her, get her dorm address and write her a letter telling her about that. If she’s a decent human being, she’ll be entirely appreciative and while nothing may happen between you two, you would have made her feel special and you guys could still be friends. 

Bad case scenario, she’s NOT decent human (but she has to be cuz you like her right? :) ) and she cuts off all communication with you. 

BUT, if she’s out of state, it truly doesn’t matter anymore, ya know?

If she’s in state and you will probably see her again soon, it could be awkward. But, I think it’s best to just lay it out there. 

What’s the absolute worst that could happen?

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You can’t just make me different and then leave. Looking for Alaska, John Green (via e-vaporate)

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