totally jealous of the bestie for having both a partner and a maybe developing something crush.


I’m hungry so I’m totally gunna cook dinner at 3 in the afternoon.


Anonymous: If someone were to anonymously send you a birthday present this year... What sort of gift would make you the happiest?

I’m a little curious as to who you are and how you know when my birthday is and where I live. 

I like books, tea, cute little decorative things (my bookshelves are covered in them), pretty underwear, jewellery off etsy, pens and stuff. 

Anonymous: 24, 32

24:Talk about something someone told you that meant a lot. Everything people say to me always feels like it’s buried in context and subcontext that ruins its meaning. Some people have said really great things to me, but those things get ruined by what happens with those people. 

32:Talk about a place you remember from your childhood. I remember a huge backyard, the neighbours to somebody that I can’t even remember if I was related to. It wasn’t fenced off from whoever owned that house, and we used to play with the kids there in their sandpit. I don’t have very many childhood memories.

Anonymous: 9

9:Talk about little things on your body that you like the most. My nose and its piercings. The little freckle next to my belly button. My tattoos. 


8:Talk about the thing you are most proud of. I so do not seem to be in the right mindset to answer these questions today! Oh well. Something I am proud of. Maybe my grades. I’ve been doing undergrad for seven years, in between living at home and with ex 1 and ex 2 both in Sydney and here, and living back at home and then alone. I’ve been studying through multiple episodes of depression and multiple break ups and friend break ups. It’s taken me seven years to do a three year undergrad degree studying part time while barely working, working full time, having a tonne of work issues, and now working full time again. This is my last semester of this degree and despite all of what I’ve mentioned above, I’m maintained relatively good grades overall with a few slip ups. I know so many people who have finished uni and have careers, including my younger sister, and sometimes I feel so left behind and that it’s so stupid that it’s taken me this long to do it, but I’m doing it. I’ll get there. 

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