“A dog has no use for fancy cars or big homes or designer clothes. Status symbol means nothing to him. A waterlogged stick will do just fine. A dog judges others not by their color or creed or class but by who they are inside. A dog doesn’t care if you are rich or poor, educated or illiterate, clever or dull. Give him your heart and he will give you his. It was really quite simple, and yet we humans, so much wiser and more sophisticated, have always had trouble figuring out what really counts and what does not.”
I’m about to burst into tears right now. That gif is real life for me, it’s deja vu exactly. I was petting my dog and whispering to him when we put him down. Just as the above quote says, I gave Ralph my heart, and he gave me his. He needed to know to his very last second that he was loved; it was the worst day of my life, but there was no way I was going to let him die alone. <3
E.T. - Katy Perry (as performed by the Kardashian/Jenner family)
I have a love/hate relationship with this family. I like the fact that they were all willing to participate (even Scott, WTF?), cute! Even if you think they’re useless, at least they have each other. Hahahahaha.
P.S. OMG. WHERE ARE THEY? THAT PLACE IS HEAVEN.
Photo Gallery: The Children of the Russian Rich (via SPIEGEL ONLINE) This folks, is a real Kalashnikov.
I like Lisa. “Lisa’s favorite activities are to skateboard through the white crystal rooms of her house and to play football.”
Justin’s tattoo is only henna, but I love that he styled it after his dad’s! :)
Just take a second. Look at this young boy. He’s 14 years old, happy, living a great life with great friends and a loving family. Look at him, again. This 14 year old boy took his own life January 18, 2011.
This is my brother, Kameron Edgar Jacobsen.
With his smile and laughter, you would have never expected him to be hiding a darker emotional layer. He was so active, always out and about with his various friends. He was having fun, he was learning and living well. Unfortunately, Kameron was severely bullied due to the fact that he weighed a mere 90lbs as a freshman in high school. He was bullied anonymously online, in the hallways of school by upperclassmen, and on Facebook by girls with superiority complexes.
Because of these people, I will never get to watch my beautiful brother grow into a beautiful man. He’ll never dance with me on my wedding day, he won’t be an uncle to my future children, he won’t laugh with me, cry with me, even fighting seems so perfect lately.
Because of these people, I am walking 18 miles tonight for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. It’s called The Overnight. It begins at 7pm and continues throughout the night, into the morning until 5am. It will be a journey of emotion, tears, smiles, laughter, and overall an amazing learning experience. I’ll be walking with two of Kameron’s close girlfriends and their mothers. My parents will be volunteering to work at different stations. All together, we raised $5,270.00. That’s incredible. All of that money goes to research and programs to help people like my brother, so that people, such as my family, don’t have to go through heartache and a lifetime of never-ending questions.
I hope some of my followers took the time to read this. Realize there are people out there who care about you. Realize that strangers will love you when you need to be loved. Realize that life sucks sometimes, but your darkest moments make you a stronger person. Life can be beautiful, just live to see it through.
Enjoy the beauty of this world, despite all the ugly that thrives in it. Rise above the negativity and live a full life. Explore, make mistakes, get a tattoo, dye your hair, travel the world, watch the sunrise, watch it set, take up painting, attempt to play an instrument, take pictures of everything, love your family, love your friends. Most importantly, please, love yourself.
He has tears in his eyes. He does that a lot lately. He gets very emotional when he comes face to face with everything that’s happened in my life. He’s been known to burst into tears during TV interviews, and he’s not all hung up about that. This guys a hockey-loving, elk-hunting, head-butting Canadian dude, tougher than anybody I know. I think that’s why he’s not afraid to show his feelings. How much he loves us, how proud he is of me and Mom and all his kids and grandkids. That’s why I’m not afraid to show my feelings either. (Well most of the time. Within reason. You know what I’m saying.) I’m finally taller than my grandpa, but I’ll always look up to him. He’s there for me when I need him and has been since my earliest memories.
dlskfja;lfkjdsklf;jdasl;kfsja Grandpa Dale forever.
This moment is when I start crying… every… single… time.
“I was young. I wanted to make sure that I gave him everything, that I would be the best that I could be for him. It was hard work, but it was worth it.” - Pattie Mallette