name's lacie. i'm dreamer, a believer, & a lover. totally obsessed with disney movies, all types of music, cats, unicorns, anything cute pretty much.
sincerely yours,
I’m just gonna bullshit it. —my life motto for the past 20 years (via beyleesis)

lifeondrugs:

relationship advice from taco bell

after-all-wonderwall:

Visited the house where Psycho was filmed when I was younger. Found this today in one of our photo albums.

They’re screwing with the wrong people.
It was more embarrassing after the split. We’d get into arguments and he’d be like, ‘Why can’t you write in front of me? It shouldn’t be that big of a deal, you know me …’ Before, he felt a part of the lyrics, when we were hitting everyone else head on. Now, we were colliding. I was the one with the real weapon, I guess. But he had the guitar, right? When he writes an angsty riff, like Ignorance, well, I definitely felt the emotion from that. —Hayley Williams (talking about writing with Josh after they’d broken up)
” I’m in a band. I don’t go to church every Sunday. I love punk rock music. Sometimes I use swear words a lot. I respect and admire gay men and women. I’m obsessed with horror films. I know what shame feels like. And guess what old man? Jesus is still my Savior.”  

"Hold on…"

best of ♣ ezra and aria

It’s important to acknowledge Allison Argent’s contribution as a character, based on where she started and where she ended up. Her final sacrifice only added poignancy to her arc, a reminder of her choice to stay and fight while retaining some level of vulnerability, the most human trait of all. There is a role for heroic humans in a world of monsters. And, more to the point, there is a role in supernatural romance for women who are lovers and fighters, defined entirely by themselves and not by the men around them. In the end, Allison’s most important contribution to supernatural romance was to remind us that it doesn’t have to be romantic at all (x)

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