Let’s make the Flubber movie cover the most reblogged picture on Tumblr.







Yes let’s do it for him.


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Today I felt pain as I watched people that I care about have to say goodbye to their cousin. He was only 21 years old. From the day I met him, I knew he was the kind of person to live life. I learned so much more about him over these past few days and in my heart, as much as it hurts all of us, he died doing something extreme and something he loved doing.

To all the parents out there, it’s hard raising children because sometimes your personalities clash. I’ve gone at it with my parents because I want to do things they don’t approve of. But at the end of the day, they are only looking out for my well-being.

But parents, don’t limit your child’s uniqueness and don’t fight with them for it. Talk about it. Understand. Start now. You don’t know what tomorrow brings. And to everyone, don’t fight with your parents. Understand them. You’ll understand later when you have children, but don’t be too late to build that bond.

I may not have known Cameron that well, but I was blessed to have met him and his family. Cam was risky and never judgemental. In my heart and mind, I feel like Cameron will be the greeter to Heaven’s gates to other souls that have been lost due to something extreme. But even then, he’ll never judge them, instead he would probably share a story. Because that’s who he was and will continue to be as an Angel.

Rest In Paradise Cameron.

Ever so often I like to sit and scroll through Tumblr, looking at Wedding inspiration. I’m sure a lot of us ladies do that. 

What I realized is that so many people plan their wedding in their mind, saying all they have left is to find the bride/groom. 

I have that figured out. I know who I’m marrying, but I don’t know who my bridesmaids will be when that time comes. 

I saw a photo with all the bridesmaids holding chalkboards. Written on them were how they met the bride or who they were to the bride. Highschool, sister-in-law, best friend, college, etc.

And it hit me. I don’t have that.

My sister and her best friend have known each other 17yrs. So, she sure as hell knows who her Maid of Honour will be.. At one point I had three friends who I said were going to be my bridesmaids and we were going to raise our kids together and get old. Where are they now? I have one friend from highschool and the rest I was fortunate to meet at work. But reality is, I’m not close with any of them enough to give them that role of a bridesmaid.

It’s an overwhelming feeling but in truth, people will come and go in your life and you just need to roll with the punches. I’m not be conceited, but I don’t think I did anything wrong. It’s just life and everyone has their own journey that they are on. You can’t expect everyone to stay. 

"He loved her, of course, but better than that, he chose her, day after day. Choice: that was the thing."
Sherman Alexie, The Toughest Indian in the World (via quoted-books)
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