100years-to-live replied to your post: About to go take some photos with a lot of my…
You’re such a cutie :3
haha thank you!
So lots of things are changing in my life right now. I moved temporarily into my aunt’s house. I will probably end up getting my own or share an apartment with my brother when we can. To tell you the truth I’ve known for some time that this transition was about to happen. A lot of things that I’ve only mentioned vaguely to some people have kind of put me in the position where I feel more confident about my stance with my mother. It’s not a good stance at all - she’s done things that I’ve not been okay with for a long time and I finally told some of it to my family who asked because they were trying to get a grasp on what was going on.
They know about the breast cancer, the fact that more or less my older brother were on our own taking care of my little brother for close to two months and the fact that the reason why I’m angry about a lot of things is because my mother basically left us high and dry and took from me.
I’ve said horrible things to her which in all honestly weren’t what I really wanted to say but I was brutally honest each time I did it and possibly there was a small bit of me that came off sarcastic and bitter because that’s what I felt like I needed to do to get her head out of wherever it still is.
Another thing is she’s trying currently to fight her way back into the way we were living but I think if she manages it, I’m gonna just separate myself from my immediate family and find my own place. I don’t think I can live in that environment anymore.
The stress is something I can’t handle anymore. Especially when it could have been fixed early on.
I’ve had a lot of time to think about it and I know I need to find my place in the world without that kind of irritation constantly weighing me down.
I still care about happens to my mom of course but I can’t live like I have been anymore. It’s time for a change of scenery. I need it more than anything right now.
As of last night I gathered most of my clothes and important things that I didn’t want to lose because of a notice that was on the door - which I knew was coming also.
I know it’s not gonna be easy but I feel better right now knowing that I have one less thing to worry about.
I just wanted make a small post about it just in case I slip in and out of activity for awhile. I’m just trying to figure all this stuff out.
Favorite Molly Things Season 32/5- Outfits
this guy is systematically undoing the world
We used to be best buddies. And now we’re not. I wish you would tell me why.
Thanks for perpetrating the idea women should be attracted to assholes just because they’re smart and alpha.
if you read the books, you’re aware he’s very likely going to be impatient with anyone of either gender’s perceived incompetence, dishonesty or the fact he must occasionally pander to another’s emotional state.
He has no use for personal space, legal or societal niceties, which is partly why he is so effective at solving cases others fail to. He is dispassionate, driven, virtuous, efficient, intuitive, unpredictable, enigmatic, surprisingly chivalrous(if you can find an example from text of him being rude to a woman just because I have yet to find it) He has high moral principles, yet could see that some situations called for mercy and charity. His unfailing love of his chosen career outweighed any other concern, and no one can fault his ability to cut to the heart of a difficult matter.
I do admit he had a pretty bleak and uncharitable attitude to women, but for the most part he kept his opinions to himself. Women generally trust Sherlock, and many of his female clients came from referrals. He found their narratives extremely useful when solving a case. He never pretended to be a lady’s man or a charmer, although he could put the most unsettled, distressed woman at ease if he chose.
I would probably find him too abrupt and dismissive, although true to type he would probably ignore me unless I had an unusual case for him to solve, or some useful information. But I do admire him a lot for his courage and his sense of justice. He’s an anti-hero I suppose, but to me still a hero.
Real dialogue is real,
Sherlolly & Hamish
Sherlolly & Hamish
Overhearing people talking about something you like
Hearing that they talkin shit
Whoops, my hand slipped.
prepare for trouble
make it double
god damn it