He may love you. He probably does. He probably thinks about you all the time. But that isn’t what matters. What matters is what he’s doing about it, and what he’s doing about it is nothing. And if he’s doing nothing, you most certainly shouldn’t do anything. You need someone who goes out of their way to make it obvious that they want you in their life.

writepoemsaboutme (via thatkindofwoman)

thebuffbaker:

Don’t mind me, just hulking out under the overhead light. Don’t mind the cellulite, my booty is looking goooooooooood.

thebuffbaker:

Don’t mind me, just hulking out under the overhead light. Don’t mind the cellulite, my booty is looking goooooooooood.

Day Forty-Three:
At the office again (believe it or don’t). I’ve got rooibos tea, a pear, and a stress ball.
I used the stress ball as a substitute boyfriend—get your mind out of the gutter—to give myself a deeeeeeeep (heh) back massage. It did wonders.
If you’re ever out of a significant other, just take a stress or tennis ball, put it between your sore back muscles and a wall (or I guess a floor), and massage/roll/dig away. 
43/100

Day Forty-Three:

At the office again (believe it or don’t). I’ve got rooibos tea, a pear, and a stress ball.

I used the stress ball as a substitute boyfriend—get your mind out of the gutter—to give myself a deeeeeeeep (heh) back massage. It did wonders.

If you’re ever out of a significant other, just take a stress or tennis ball, put it between your sore back muscles and a wall (or I guess a floor), and massage/roll/dig away. 

43/100

Day Forty-One:

This weekend in the grad office, one girl and I did absolutely NOTHING. It was like we already decided in our heads that we needed a break.

So we watched Frozen (she hadn’t seen it before) and then watched a bunch of YouTube videos (mostly consisting of The Voice or The X-Factor contestants).

Oddly enough, we had both most of the same videos before. Of course, that resulted in much geekery. We also talked about our younger days, and the bullying or unnecessary frustration we had to endure in our younger years.

41/100

Day Forty:

I went to see a string quartet with my sister. We had lunch (giant, cheesy, “homemade” mozza sticks that choked you when you tried swallow them after you put too much in your mouth … hehe). It was absolutely delightful! My sister and I geeked out super hard. 

40/100