The show that has brought us so much.
And even though we may have lost some people along the way…
I know I will always have this fandom.. these characters.. this show.
Happy Buffyversary everyone!
I love you fellow slayerettes, heres to another year full of Buffy. kbye.
if i was famous id probably just ask my fans to buy me food when im hungry
(Source: awkwardvagina, via livinlifeehisway)
I hate when people say that all country music is the same. Really? Please tell me how Red Solo Cup and He Stopped Loving Her Today are relevant to each other.
"That’s just part of growing up. We all go through it. The trick is to find something that is just for you. Something you love to do that no one can take away from you. For me that was animals. Not one in specific, but just being around them. Here let tell you a story; My first day of high school I didn’t know anyone. None of my former friends were at this new school so I chose to hang out with "the cool kids" (or what I thought). On the first day of school we were walking back from lunch and there was a baby squirrel who had fallen over 50ft from a tree and was dying from dehydration. I went right over to it and instantly the squirrel climbed under the cool shade of my shadow. He was open mouth breathing and I could tell he needed help. There was a vet clinic across the road from where he was laying so I decided to take him there for help. As I went to pick him up, the "cool girls" screamed in disgust and said "Ewww, if you touch that gross creature we will never talk to again." I was torn between doing what I knew was right, and being "accepted" as cool. I left the baby squirrel and walked back to school with my "cool new friends" and an awful feeling in my gut. That night I thought long and hard about what it meant to be "cool," Did that mean I had to give up my morals on what I thought was right? The next day at lunch I saw a girl I knew from my barn (where I kept Monty my first horse). I looked over at her, then back at the table where the "cool kids" were. I knew that being "cool" was not worth giving up who I was. From that day on I was friends with people who loved me for me, not for an idea they created in the perception of popular. I also started volunteering immediately after at the same vet clinic I should have brought the baby squirrel to… It was my way of repaying my dept."