Pacific Wandering

Valerie. 19. Washington state.

Chronic procrastinator. Avid fangirl. Unproductive college student. Abandoned animal hoarder. Anxious pessimist. Vehement feminist.

twitter.com/WeirdoValerico
instagram.com/Valerie1537

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castielsteenwolf:

fuhrisky:

castielsteenwolf:

castielsteenwolf:

sherlockintheimpala:

castielsteenwolf:

im doing my math hw

congrats

thank you

why does this have 200 notes

we’re proud of you

thanks

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fuckyeahjhene:

26 Years in the Making.

Watch Jhené Aiko, along side Jeff (her guitarist ) perform a beautiful acoustic version of “Spotless Mind” for her MTV: Artist to Watch campaign, on top of a New York City with a beautiful sunset in the background.

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I’m fangirling so hard. Jhene Aiko just favorited my tweet! On a serious note though, her album “Souled Out” is so incredible and I’m completely obsessed. <3

I’m fangirling so hard. Jhene Aiko just favorited my tweet! 

On a serious note though, her album “Souled Out” is so incredible and I’m completely obsessed. <3

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harryspankme:

*sees spider* should i try to kill it or should i just kill myself 

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humansofnewyork:

"The army asked for donations. I was the smallest one in the family, so I was given. I was seven or eight. I heard my parents arguing. My mother didn’t want me to go, because I was her only child. But a few nights later, my father brought me a new white robe, and told me I was going to go to school. When I first arrived at the military camp, I was scared to see the guns. In the morning we would go to school, in the evening we would train with the guns. But there were many children there who I grew up with and played with, I eventually felt more comfortable. After a few weeks, they marched us to Ethiopia for training. We never made it there. We ran out of food and water on the way.”"Are you angry with your father?""I speak with him regularly now. I’ve forgiven him. And in the end, I would have never been educated if he hadn’t sent me away. But I was very angry with him when we were dying. While we marched, the children who gave up would sit down in the shade. We would tell them not to sit but they’d say, ‘I’ll catch up later.’ And they never would. I saw many of them get eaten by wild animals."(Tongping Internally Displaced Persons Site, Juba, South Sudan)

humansofnewyork:

"The army asked for donations. I was the smallest one in the family, so I was given. I was seven or eight. I heard my parents arguing. My mother didn’t want me to go, because I was her only child. But a few nights later, my father brought me a new white robe, and told me I was going to go to school. When I first arrived at the military camp, I was scared to see the guns. In the morning we would go to school, in the evening we would train with the guns. But there were many children there who I grew up with and played with, I eventually felt more comfortable. After a few weeks, they marched us to Ethiopia for training. We never made it there. We ran out of food and water on the way.”
"Are you angry with your father?"
"I speak with him regularly now. I’ve forgiven him. And in the end, I would have never been educated if he hadn’t sent me away. But I was very angry with him when we were dying. While we marched, the children who gave up would sit down in the shade. We would tell them not to sit but they’d say, ‘I’ll catch up later.’ And they never would. I saw many of them get eaten by wild animals."

(Tongping Internally Displaced Persons Site, Juba, South Sudan)

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thegestianpoet:

romanticize the fuck out of life if thats how you cope who cares fuck those text posts that are like “your life will never be a wes anderson movie” well of course it won’t but i’m buying that cute yellow tea kettle anyways motherfucker dont harsh my vibes

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bleachdalilah:

thtwhitegurrl:

slutdust:

I bought my friend an elephant for their room.

They said “Thank you.”

I said “Don’t mention it.”

Is there a joke here that 15 thousand people get but I don’t?

PLEASE EXPLAIN

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setbabiesonfire:

lucid—daydreaming:

asylum-art:

konczakowski gifs

|Artist on Tumblr.

GIFs can often feel like a visual vortex, an infinite loop of pixelated madness, sucking you closer and closer to your laptop’s screen. One artist is taking that sensation to its logical extreme, as his GIFs intentionally strive to suck viewers into a digital whirlpool, comprised of uncanny imagery such as ears, vegetables, and cat eyes. 

Polish artist Feliks Tomasz Konczakowski is a self-described “unpolished visual artist who probably comes from Mars.” His Tumblr is piled high with GIFs and images that can feel hypnotic (or nauseating), depending on how long you gaze into his Photoshopped abysses.

I can’t stop staring

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zenis:

wet dream: being financially secure with a career i enjoy

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