The musical episode this past Tuesday was by far my favorite. Here’s a few of the songs that I liked!
Moon River: Sung by Supergirl
Put A Little Love in Your Heart: Sung by Winn and Cisco
Superfriend: Sung by Flash and Supergirl
Runnin’ Home to You: The Flash (Barry Allen)
This episode I related very deeply too, makes me happy and sad. Happy because of the ending, but sad it’s not real life.
It happened almost 5 days ago, and I still can’t get over the ending :'(. In addition, the music is really good in the last episode! Lot’s of nostalgia for the series, and lot’s of music I’ve been connecting to. I’ll write about the episode eventually, but for now here are a few songs you should definitely look up!
TVD Finale playlist (along with some old ones just because I heart TVD)
Never Say Never – The Fray (old IK)
Hold On – Chord Overstreet <–currently my fav
Take on the World – You Me At Six
Breathe Again – Sara Bareilles (ily Katherine)
Cut – Plumb (Stelena feels)
Chances – Five for Fighting (literally don’t remember what seen this is from, I just like it a lot)
I know I just posted my hiatus, but I am excited to say that this story is really coming along great! Keep you guys posted!
Soo, I have something to share with ya’ll. I’m writing a story. I had started it awhile back, but never finished it. I found it’s an excellent distraction for me. And so, I’ll be working on that a little more than this blog. I’ll try to keep up with it as much as I can. But it’ll be less constant. I’m sorry! I’ll post as much as I can, and maybe even provide little excerpts! Thanks to everyone who’s been viewing my blog, and I promise to keep it updated as much as possible!
It definitely feels like it’s been weeks rather than three days. It’s hard to lose someone who was your best friend, and it’s even harder when it happens twice.
It’s important to know what you’re worth. And no, it’s not some conceited thing that you’re worth so much to one person because of how much to own, or what you give them. It’s knowing your worth for the genuine efforts you do, that don’t benefit just you. It’s doing the things for other people that make them happy, and the only reward you get from it is being happy that they are.
There is a time and there is a place for sharing your feelings. For example, maybe you shouldn’t share your feelings when your mom is stress, and you want to tell her you feel like she’s treating you like shit. In that case, she’s just going to get more mad and completely disregard what you’re saying. Or you shouldn’t share your feelings that you hate how your boyfriend eats in front of his family at the dinner table. That’s just a big NO.
So when is the right time?
So what exactly qualifies someone as a “short girl”? I’d say 5’4 and under? I’m 4’9 and let me tell you, it’s rough. In this post, I’m going to specifically talk about clothing for short girls; problems, tips, ways to dress, etc. These are things I constantly have to deal with while looking for shoes and clothes, so hopefully it’ll help you!
As a college student living at home, I have to commute to my school. Now I live about, 45 minutes (about 37 miles) from my school, and that’s with no traffic. I’ve created this post for those of you commuting, or thinking about commuting; and I am providing tips based of my two semesters: