HEY! I'm Ria, been converting oxygen to carbon dioxide since 1993. I live in the Pearl of the Orient Seas, or should I say, The Philippines. :)
I post random things here. And yes, I'm a Directioner. But don't worry, I tag my 1D posts. ;) :)) I still post things about Glee, but I'm not that much of a Gleek anymore. Although I am still a huge shipper of Mchalowitz and Tartie. :))
THIS IS NOT A GLEE BLOG. LOL ;) :))
I don't bite, you can always talk to me me in my ask. :)) ♥
Okay well this picture has really bad quality, but let me tell you a story. There’s this boy, and his name’s Dyllon. He’s the biggest bully and he’s always throwing stuff at me in school and I get so annoyed with him like he’s so rude. But today, I wore this brown cardigan thingy and the sleeves went down just past my elbows, so you could see some of my scars. In English I went to go hand him a pen or something and he saw them and he grabbed my arm and he like stroked one of them and smiled at me and I got really red and I thought he was gonna make fun of me for them, so I turned the other way. But he grabbed me and he hugged me and told me he loved me and then he showed me his arm and he had them too and I started crying and he told me it wasn’t worth it and that it’s okay and then he gave me his number and said if I ever needed him for anything to call him and he would do anything for me, even take the bus to my house if I needed him. It was the most serious I’d ever seen him be and i just love him so so much
I am a body dysmorphic, without the dysmorphic. I am a bulimic without the sick. I am fat.
“I wish so much there had been a Rae when I was growing up. It would have made my life so much easier to have had someone real on TV that I could have looked at and gone: ‘I kind of look like her. I don’t look perfect, but she’s got friends. People love her so maybe people will like me for being me. I don’t have to change. I can just be myself…’ How can kids and teenagers feel comfortable when they can’t see anyone who looks like them anywhere? (…) The thing about Rae is that no matter if you’re a boy or a girl, old or young, you can instantly relate to her because you’ve felt like that at some point. But what is normal? Normal is different to every single person.” — Sharon Rooney [x]