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Steph

04/12/2019 10:08 PM 

How did I end up on the oldschool myspace knockoff? F*** if I know

Okay, So I'm part of a  ridiculous f***ton of groups on Facebook. One of them is this group called 'It's 2005 and this is cool as hell' . 


Someone mentioned this site there, and I decided to check it out. Not a huge issue, not a big story or anything weird. 

Then my brain hit this weird time warp and I went and checked my old myspace.

So. Many. Pictures. 

 Pictures of my children as babies, except I was off myspace before my son was born. Pictures of my siblings, God I missed those pictures. 

Then there it was. Pictures of my abuser. 

I can't go back to my myspace, although I'm sure I could probably create another one. But the format is like 120% different then when I originally was super active there.

I can't share things on Facebook, My family would be less than enthused to read what I have to say about... well...... anything. 

So... yeah. I'm fairly certain I will be keeping this mainly for the blogging aspect. Seems legit. 

Probably going to go delete actual photographs of myself though. Seems the safest way to keep myself half-assed anon. 

Yep. 

Toodles. 



James Brandon Hardesty

04/12/2019 01:50 PM 

Standard

D*ck

Top-straight.
Ass
Bottom-gay.

leo, like the star system

04/12/2019 12:28 PM 

social power moves

  • carrying around a deck of cards and whipping them out at breaks in conversation
  • wearing headphones and not listening to anything
feel free to add more

social anxiety, helpful life shit

Katie

04/11/2019 08:54 PM 

Marriage and me!
Current mood:  sleepy

The one thing I always heard before I got married was that marriage is hard work and that marriage was hard. But I came to find that marriage isn't as hard as everyone made it sound especially when you communicate with your spouse and have the ablity to talk about the things that are bothering you. My husband and I found the easiest way to communicate was for us to remind ourselves that when you're fighting it isn't you against your spouse, it's you against the problem. My husband and I have faced several problems together and always came out on the other end better for it. Communicating is so important in relationships, but I promise my husband and I weren't always so good at communicating. 

When my husband and I were first married we had this horrible habit of taking our problems and buring them deep down until we were finally able to just ignore them and make excuses for our snide remarks to one another as we past going to the kitchen for our morning coffee. The problem became though that because we weren't telling each other what was bothering us we began fighting, not the best way to start off a new marriage, but we didn't understand being twenty years old and naive that if we would just put away our stupid pride and make each others feelings matter our problems could go away. Finally after our umptenth big fight we decided we'd had enough; something had to change. So we sat on our bed and talked into the wee hours of the early morning and discussed all the problems we had with one another and what was truly bothering us. He mentioned that he thought I nagged too much, and I mentioned that I thought he was far too carefree. We talked all our problems out and remembered that when we were fighting and bringing these issues to the surface it wasn't me against him or him against me, it was us against our problem. 
We made all our feelings known adn reminded each other that our feelings were important, if we were going to fix anything his feelings had to be just as important as mine. 

Here we are nearly ten years of relationship and four years married and we have very little issue talking out our problems with one another and rememebering that some times we have to sit down and talk about what might be bothering the other person. Marriage doesn't have to be hard, in fact if you have to work so hard at a marriage you might be time that you sit down and talk to one another and try to figure out what problems might be eating at you. 
And always remember, when you fight it isn't you guys against one another it's you guys verses the problem. 

Marriage, relationships, fighting,

RATTO-CHAN

04/11/2019 06:07 PM 

convention this weekend!!!
Current mood:  excited

yo


this weekend is my yearly pilgrimage to my local anime convention aaa. Well it's a general nerd convention but over the years it's become very anime orientated. It's Armageddon expo in Wellington. I'm super excited. This year I'll be wearing a mahou kei outfit, as mahou kei is my favorite jfashion style. It literally just means "dressing like a magical girl" whichis what I strive to always do :'D
I'm hoping to get some good merch but I'm also gonna be meeting up with some friends which is super cool. I'm just super excited. I'm gonna be packing my bag tomorrow so that on Saturday I'm all ready to leave.

Maybe I should use this blog more often. It's nice to just blab on about stuff and I'm sure my twitter followers would much appreciate that I did it here and not in horribly unorganized, fragmented twitter threads :')

oki well that's me for the moment

RATTO-CHAN OUT
*static*

excited, anime, anime convention




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