This is just an idea here but how about we all start saving yeah? And at least once in a life go on a long journey via; bike, car or motor-bike. You take only what you need and your money for; fuel, food, ect
You don’t just go a small way either, you take on a huge challenge. You go around all the states of America visit absolutely last one.and get a tattoo for every state as well. Just find the best tattoo parlour you can in each state that’s closest to your route.
Sometimes I do wonder…
Anonymous asked: Aw you have a girlfriend <3 that's so adorable, what is she like?
Who are you? c: <3
Anonymous asked: Are you single because I'd like to be your tumblr gf <3
I’m not single no, but you could be my tumblr gf, I don’t have many followers though, who are you? <3
Anonymous asked: You haven't posted any personal posts recently, what's been going on in your life lately?
Wow, someone who pays attention to my blog?! Fucking hell I’m actually shocked.
Urm well a lot happened really, i was homeless for a few months during the summer which was kinda nice but kinda sucked at once. Eventually my friends family took me in and I owe them everything I’m worth. Spent all my inheritance in about 6months, had a lot of that money stolen off me. Since then kinda just couldn’t be bothered to really do anything. Got really ill for two weeks, couldn’t eat anything without it coming back up (yummy), eventually bits of blood were comimg out as well. Went to the doctors, got pills, started to recover. Due to how long I had to take off college i got kicked out of college.
Prior to the wedding, you gather a strong wooden wine box, a bottle of wine and two glasses. Then, also before the ceremony, you both sit down separately and write love notes to each other, explaining your feelings on the eve of your wedding day. Each letter then gets sealed in its own envelope. You do not read your beau’s letter.
Then, at some point during the ceremony, your officiant explains the process, and the two of you seal the box by taking turns hammering in one nail at a time until the box is closed.
You don’t open the box until your 10th anniversary (or really whatever anniversary you choose. Either way, on the day that you open the box, you both read the letters and drink the wine, remembering how you both felt just days before your wedding day.
DOING THIS dkfjskfjkljf
yep. choosing something that’s not wine though
I wanna do this!