For 13 years I called this place home. Now,3 years since I left, my parents are moving as well. It was a good home.

I am so sick of being sick of who I am.

William Chapman

(via quiteawake)

(via brycley)

(via smatter)

like, omg, true story.

I was test riding one of the rides at work today, and during the launch, I see flash before my eyes a black streak, I felt something smash into my arm, and then it disappeared…

I get back to the ground, and knowing I had hit it, I said that I thought I hit a bird…one of the other workers said. “Oh, so that’s where the dead bird came from…”

I legit hit a bird on a ride…and I killed it. #noshame

So I have to be up for work in 5 hours, but I’ve spent the last 3 hours applying to job after job, because in 5 days our season will be over and I will only be working weekends, so I need to get a weekday job again.

I’ve applied to about 10 different jobs now, and I’ve only heard back on 1, and it was that they filled the spot already (like 1 day after I applied). Tonight I applied for 4 different jobs, and took assessments for all of them. It was a lot of work.

Now that I’ve done all that, I’m not even sleepy, and I want to keep applying for jobs, but I haven’t found any others that meet my requirement to be full-time (I can’t afford a part time job, I have way too many bills and credit card payments for that).

Wish me luck. These next few days are going to filled with many more applications *hopefully*.

yugichrist:

thelandofmaps:

According to National Geographic, the Antarctic will melt by 2100 if nothing changes from today’s carbon output and the sea level rise will make the world look like this [1900x950]
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

if this is what it takes to get rid of florida so be it

Out of curiosity, if the Antarctic melts, then why is Antarctica still there, seemingly untouched?Hmm…not sure this can be trusted.

(via imjustreallygay)

Yes…please do!