Pisces with a Scorpio moon, green tea lover, cat obsessed, broke
Seriously considering spending like 50 bucks on etsy for this huge Polly Pocket play set that I used to have when I was little someone take my credit card away
There is a huge spider on the wall of the bathroom connected to our room so officially using the one in the hall forever and never opening the door to the one in our room ever again.
Me: *starts crying to Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride while listening to the Lilo and Stitch soundtrack in the car*
Marc: …you know most people would just dismiss this as pregnancy hormones and stuff but you cry listening to Disney movie soundtracks regularly.
I think I just really give off that vibe! Like freshman year my mom went around telling all her friends (some of which were my friends parents) that she thought I was a lesbian and like no one was even surprised.
(I feel like I need to end this by saying I have no issues with lesbians and am not offended by this perception of me cause this is tumblr and chances are I offended someone somehow)
Here’s something I think about a lot. I went to a Christian school in elementary school and also went to church at the same place 2 times a week so I was obviously pretty indoctrinated with Christianity and as an 8 year old that shit is really influential. I remember going to a Native American museum in 3rd grade and the guide telling us a story about how the tribe we were studying believed the land was created by the backs of giant turtles (something similar to that I’m recalling a memory from when I was 8 don’t send me hate messages) and when we got back from our field trip our teacher made a whole lesson to point out how wrong they were and how “lost” they were without God and we all laughed at the rediculousness of their belief. Looking back I could cry over it. Like the audacity my damn teacher but also, what makes it any more “ridiculous” than believing a big man in the sky made the earth? I just hate how there are so many times I can think back on in school/church were my teachers mocked other religions when looking back they all seem the same to me. Just people searching for meaning in life, hoping there is a higher power and that this all means something.